Biblical Thoughts About Holidays

Some of these Biblical thoughts about holidays may challenge the way you view Christian and non-Christian celebrations, others are simple reminders to keep Jesus in our celebrations. God wants us to celebrate - but he wants us to celebrate Jesus, and the life with have in him, instead of celebrating idols such as Santa, the Easter bunny, and other pagan symbols.

The purpose of this collection of Biblical thoughts about holidays is to motivate you to search God's Word more, to find the answers you're looking for. Here are the thoughts...

 

Thought:
Merry X-mas? Special Announcement: Missing Child. Name: Jesus (Emmanuel); If found, please return to Father to receive reward. Merry Christmas!

God spoke this thought to: Austin Beamer
Related Bible Verse: Isaiah 9:6


Thought:
Attention Godly parents: Do you believe in Santa Clause, and his presents? If you don't, and you've taught your children that Santa is real, how will they respond to you when they found out you lied to them?

God spoke this thought to: Jonathan Hostetler
Related Bible Verse: Colossians 3:9


Thought:
What message are we speaking to "the world" when we celebrate our country's Independence Day with fireworks (mere imitations of gun-shots and death)? If we are ambassadors for Jesus' Eternal Kingdom, let's not become traitors by representing our earthly nation instead.

God spoke this thought to: Jonathan Hostetler
Related Bible Verse: John 18:36


Thought:
Let us celebrate, day by day, Jesus Christ our Lord!

God spoke this thought to: Jonathan Hostetler
Related Bible Verse: Philippians 4:4


Thought:
Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Glory Hallelujah, Alleluia, Praise the Lord - any way you say it, it's time to celebrate the Good News!

God spoke this thought to: Austin Beamer
Related Bible Verse: Psalm 145:7


 

If you have any Biblical thoughts about holidays, you may send me your thoughts.

 

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