Why I hate Christmas
Date: Jan 22nd, 2006 7:31:35 pm - Subscribe
Why I hate Christmas? Ya, this pretty much covers it. People think I'm crazy for gettin irritated with Jingle bells and ho ho ho, but come on. When people refuse to say "Merry Christmas" and start saying "Seasons Greetings" I get pretty pissed. They take the only deep and important thing out of Cmas and replace it with an imaginary person who goes around giving gifts to the good people, and giving coal to the bad people. Kinda sounds like a twisted version of God. I think it's sad how we have perverted Cmas from being about the birth of Christ to being about something as shallow as Santa and elves. Don't get me wrong, Santa and Elves could be a fun part of Cmas, but not when they're blown out of porportion and completely erase Christ from the picture. This bulletin is awesome.
Jesus Is Better Than Santa
Santa lives at the North Pole; Jesus is everywhere.
Santa rides in a sleigh; Jesus rides on the wind and walks on the water.
Santa comes but once a year; Jesus is ever present help.
Santa comes down your chimney uninvited; Jesus stands at your door and knocks.
Santa makes you stand in line to see him; Jesus is as close as the mention of His name.
Santa lets you sit on his lap; Jesus lets you rest in His arms.
Santa asks, "Little boy, little girl, what is your name?"; Jesus knew our names before we did.
Santa has a belly like a bowl full of jelly; Jesus has a heart full of love.
Santa offers "Ho, ho, ho;" Jesus offers: health, help, and hope.
Santa says: "You better not cry."; Jesus says: "Cast all your cares on me for I care for you."
Santa's helpers makes toys; Jesus makes new lifes, mends hearts, and repairs broken homes.
Santa may make you chuckle; Jesus gives you joy.
Santa puts gifts under the tree; Jesus became our gift and died on the cross.
There's really no comparison. Jesus is the reason for the season. If you believe it, repost this. If not, ignore it and well, nothing will happen.
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