Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas, everyone!  Christ the Lord has been born!  By choosing to become human, God has made an inseparable link between humanity and divinity, through Jesus Christ, who is fully God and fully human.  Let us thank God for his glorious Incarnation, which he undertook not for his own glory, but for our salvation.  Peace on Earth, good will to all, and Koko Kringles for everybody!

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Alright! Koko Kringles!

3D###Boy said...

NOOO!!!! God is just God, he's not a human. He came on Earth in a human soul but he is just God and he can't be a human like us because humans have sins but God dosen't1!!!! Merry X-mass to everybody by the side.

Nancy Drew said...

Merry Christmas everyone!!

Anonymous said...

And A Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

OBJECTION! It is Jesus, who was sent to the world to save us!

Anonymous said...

As God's son, He is true God and true man, so don't think He can't be human. God can do anything, so He sent Him to save us because He loves us. DEAL. WITH. IT.
(and besides, since can do anything, I'm pretty sure He can be a human, whether through Jesus or not). You don't know what you're saying. Want proof? READ THE BIBLE!

Anonymous said...

@3D###Boy: Don't say X-mas! The X crosses out the Christ in Christmas...

Anyway, Merry Christmas everyone!

Anonymous said...

Actually, x in Greek is a symbol for Christ, so he can say what he wants.

Anonymous said...

Remember Michael is Catholic and Catholicism states that Jesus IS God, just like the Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jesus was just a prophet. There are differences between every denomination, so respect his beliefs.

C Tippett said...

MICHAEL IS AWESOME AND MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! I JUST GOT PHOENIX WRIGHT ACE ATTORNEY FOR THE NINTENDO ds AND i'm going to use Michael's walkthroughs.

Anonymous said...

@anonymous 6:21 as a Jehovah's Witness, I find your comment a little unjust. We believe Jesus is the son of god, united as one in spirit. He was not 'just a prophet' And Michael I understand you have your beliefs, but the way you worded this post was a little one sided. There are many different types of Christians who read your blog, and not all believe jesus is god, and nit all celebrate Christmas. Christmas is a pagan holiday that does not respect Jesus' commands for us because it is pagan in oeigin (look up 'origins of christmas' for more information about the non-christian holiday) p.s. Jesus was not born December 25! And that is fact that has been proven by catholics.

Lynniepoo87 said...

Michael!

Christ the Lord is risen today! Alleluia! Thanks for helping me get through so many Nancy Drew mysteries. You are the best!!

Lynniepoo87 said...

Anonymous(JW)

Jesus is true God AND true man. He took on human flesh in order to pay for our sins. The Holy Trinity (God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit) are like a fountain - one being the stem of the water, one being the curve of the falling water, one being the downshoot of the water. ALL are part of the fountain.

As to Christmas, regardless of what was done in the past to replace a pagan holiday with a Christian one, there is no reason why Christians should not celebrate the birth of Christ! You are sadly mistaken, my friend. =(

Izzy :) said...

Wonderful summary! Merry Christmas Michael!

Kira said...

Amen! And let's end these debates. ^_^

Anonymous said...

@lynniepoo87 Are you listening to yourself? How is celebrating a holiday that glorifies santa have anything to do with Jesus? He never celebrated his birthday, celebrating someones birth is irrelevant, we should solemly remember what Jesus did and what he died for instead. Jesus told us that we should remember his blood with wine and remember his flesh with unleavened bread. But what does everyone do to supposedly remember Jesus' death? They give each other chocolate eggs and tell their children that a bunny delivers them! Do you realise how ridiculous and disrespectful it must be to Jesus to do that? You have to turn everything into a celebration when it should be serious!

Anonymous said...

This is because we are being solemn while at the same time, we rejoice and celebrate Christmas and Easter because they are glorious moments in Christ's life and in the very first millennium. Santa and Easter bunny are just extras and we should look deeper to see the true meanings. Speaking of time, it is believed that Christ was born to us at least sometime in December according to religion and scientific cycles of the sun. But who cares about when Christ was born? We rejoice in Christ's first coming and eagerly await his next coming. By the way, I'm not a theologian, nor a historian. I'm just a knowledgeable person.

Anonymous said...

merry LATE christmas michael! and happy ALMOST new year! xD

Anonymous said...

HAPPY HANNUKAH!