Jesus Christ came to save all

Christmas is the time that we celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ ; whether He was born on December 25 or not, we celebrate that He came because if He had not been born, Our salvation would not have been fulfilled as there is no salvation in any other but Him alone (Acts 4:12).

Just us by one man sin entered into the world, through Jesus Christ the grace of God has abounded unto many because His main reason of coming was to nullify the offence of the one man Adam.

This is why Jesus came as the Light of the world, meaning that all who do not follow Him are still walking in darkness (John 6:12). It is those that have accepted Jesus Christ that walk in light because it is after accepting Jesus Christ as our personal Savior that we become children of the light. Simeon the prophet referred to Jesus as the Salvation and a light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of Israel (Luke 2:32).

Take not that this did not live anyone out; we are all included as long as we accept Jesus Christ as our personal Savior.

Many up to now still do not realize the reason why we need to accept Jesus as our Savior and are still bound by religion. Belonging to a particular denomination or following a particular preacher will not save anyone but will only attract darkness.

The Kingdom of God was likened unto the ten virgins who took their lamps to meet with the bridegroom. When the Bridegroom came, the foolish ones had no light as they could not light the lamps because they did not have enough oil. They thought they way saved yet they were religious. These are people that are in church but because they have not yet accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, they have no light in them but darkness.

These are people that believe in worshipping pastors as if the pastor came to die on then Cross the way Jesus did. Respect the pastor but they should not be getting the Glory that belongs to God alone.

As we are celebrating the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ, let us use this time to search our hearts and make sure that we truly have Him as a personal Savior. This is what we celebrate about on this day.

No matter what date He was born, He was still born and we are saved because of what He did on the cross which would not have been accomplished if He did not come. “For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given; and the Government shall be upon His shoulder” (Isaiah 9:6).

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Rina
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Christmas is a the time we truly celebrate the birth of the pagan god Mithras! When you go to church you think its all for Jesus but in truth its about this pagan god! Christians please know more about the origins of your faith, dont bury your head in the sand accept the truth….

Dickson chirwa
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Chrismas is not biblical because of the following reasons (1) no where in the bible you can find the term ‘chrismas’. (2) ancient christians did not celebrate birthdays but only those people who did not believe in God celebrated birthdays. (3) jesus himself did not encourage his followers to celebrate his birth, instead he encouraged them to celebrate his death which others call last supper. (4) Jesus was not born on 25 december findout with biblical calendar.

Joe
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Indeed it is vital to note that His coming to earth through birth is what is significant. Date of birth matters less but what Jesus accomplished at Calverley in redeeming humanity with His pure blood. Glory be to God.

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