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Does it REALLY Matter Celebrating the Birth of Jesus at Christmas?

“THE SON OF THE LIVING GOD”

by Dr. Laurie Roth, ©2012

Christians believe that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, sent to Earth to redeem sinners if they believed in Him

(Dec. 20, 2012) — Christmastime has morphed into the politically-correct playground and misguided bag of tricks we throw all our important national discussions into  –  Islamic intentions for the world, s*x and women’s rights, illegal aliens and the real agenda of Obama and the progressive left.  There is no good and evil, only misguided intentions.

There is also no Jesus Christ — the Son of God.  We in our good-heartedness and wisdom have figured it all out.  There was only a good man – if we even acknowledge that Jesus Christ existed.  He is now transformed into a symbol in a Wal-Mart manger scene and figure in old Christmas songs kids sing about.

Many will throw Jesus a snowball, go to a ritualistic church service on Christmas Eve and go encourage some old folks at a nursing home.  There, now…let’s get back to food, wine and presents.  We feel very religious and special now.  Jesus doesn’t mind that we mock him, minimize and betray him, especially at Christmas, because he was just a weird figure in history who thought He was deity…weird.

In my lifetime I have seen our country systematically turning away from God, especially over the last few decades.  Those in the world who demand worship, devotion and obedience include the U.N., Obama and the progressive left.  Add to this list the new world order, a bedfellow with the Islamic agenda.  Worshiping that pesky Jesus and God of the Holy Bible is simply in the way.  To Obama and the left, big Government that he controls IS God, not Jesus.

Real Christians, who represent the vast majority of Americans, are simply in the way.  They are on the top of the emerging ‘domestic terrorist’ list because they won’t give worship to the small and poser messiah – Obama.  Instead, they worship the King of kings and real God – Jesus Christ.

Real Americans and Christians are growing in power and might  – spiritual power. Obama should be frightened.  Not because of ‘the people of God’, but because they have the real ear of God and GOD IS NOT HAPPY WITH OBAMA WORSHIP THIS CHRISTMAS.

We all know the battles ahead for our country to keep her freedom, reputation and future intact.  Obama’s full-on intention is to knock America off her high horse of achievement and leadership, turning us into an obedient, redistribution of wealth serf.  No….a ‘redistribution of wealth Islamic – Sharia law compliant…serf.’

Obama knows we are mostly a Christian country, unique in the entire world.  Most of us worship the God of the Holy Bible and know Jesus Christ died and rose again for our sins.  His miracles, death and resurrection were recorded and witnessed by thousands of people and recorded in history sources other than the Holy Bible.  In addition, Jesus Christ said and modeled that He was the Son of the living God described in the Bible, not anything to do with Muhammad, Islam or any other cult fantasy.

Jesus Christ of Christmas presents a challenge and problem for Obama and the anti-American crowd.  He stands in the way of worship and submission that Obama and other dictators crave and demand.

Remember this Christmas season who the REAL Lord and savior is — Jesus Christ, who came to earth, was born of the virgin Mary, was crucified, died, was buried and rose on the 3rd day.  Prayer and obedience to the Lord Jesus Christ IS the only key for our country to recover from and endure the nightmare agenda of Obama.

Merry Christmas, everyone.  Join me each day for my national radio show from 7-10pm PAC at www.therothshow.com.

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3 Responses to Does it REALLY Matter Celebrating the Birth of Jesus at Christmas?

  1. Sidesaddle

    Friday, December 21, 2012 at 9:50 AM

    Charles Haddon Spurgeon on Christmas

    From a sermon preached by C. H. Spurgeon on Dec. 24, 1871:

    We venture to assert, that if there be any day in the year, of which we may be pretty sure that it was not the day on which the Savior was born, it is the 25th of December. … Regarding not the day, let us, nevertheless, give God thanks for the gift of His dear Son.

    Additional info on Christmas

    English parliament under Oliver Cromwell outlawed Christmas in 1644 and punished violaters.
    http://testallthings.com/2007/09/22/reasons-not-to-celebrate-christmas/

    The Pilgrims in 1620, seeking to worship God in truth, formally banned the holiday.
    http://maniolas.net/category/reformation-theology/puritanism/

    First us state to make Christmas an official holiday?
    Answer:
    1-Alabama in 1836
    2-Louisiana and Arkansas in 1838
    3-Connecticut in 1845
    4-Pennsylvania in 1848
    5-New York and Virginia in 1849
    6-Vermont and South Carolina in 1850
    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/First_us_state_to_make_christmas_an_official_holiday

    A.W. Pink on Christmas
    http://justifiedbychristalone.com/2012/10/28/arthur-pink-christmas/

    On What Day Was Jesus Born

    http://biblelight.net/sukkoth.htm

    Colossians 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

  2. OPOVV

    Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 12:33 PM

    In 1966 Elvis nailed it when he recorded the song “If Everyday was like Christmas”.

  3. meyerlm

    Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 12:32 PM

    Wishing You and Yours as well as ALL those that Frequent these pages, a “BLESSED and MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!”
    “WE” Shall, OVERCOME!

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