Sunday, December 25, 2011

25th of December, 2011 - Christ's Mass

Today is a very special day in
the Christian Calender
because this day is a day to remember
where Christ was born through Mary,
and his mission on Earth was to
save us all - Christians and Non-Christians alike

The Paradox Of Christmas
Above is a link to a video
just to remind everyone what Christmas actually is

some people are looking forward more
to Santa Claus than to Jesus Christ.
I'm sure some of us are even confused
whether Santa Claus is Jesus Christ or not.
Well today I'd like to share to everyone
that Santa Claus and Jesus Christ
ARE NOT of the same person.

So who is Santa Claus?
The true story of Santa Claus
begins with Nicholas,
who was born during the third century
in the village of Patara.
At the time the area was Greek
and is now on the southern coast of Turkey.
His wealthy parents,
who raised him to be a devout Christian,
died in an epidemic while Nicholas was still young.
Obeying Jesus' words to
"sell what you own and give the money to the poor,"
Nicholas used his whole inheritance
to assist the needy, the sick, and the suffering.
He dedicated his life to serving God
and was made Bishop of Myra
while still a young man.
Bishop Nicholas became known
throughout the land for his generosity
to the those in need,
his love for children,
and his concern for sailors and ships.
Now he is known to be Saint Nicholas.
:Click here for reference:

Here is a video link about
Jesus & Santa

Jesus Christ ,on the other hand,
is known to be the Son of God who
was born through a Virgin, named Mary,
and he came to suffer and died for us
in order to path a way to his Kingdom
which God has promised us
during King David's time.
I'm sure his story is being made well-known
throughout the world
especially those among Christians.

Aside from that I wish everyone
Merry Christmas