Why Christmas is about love?
Christmas is a Celebration of Love: At Christmas we are not just celebration thebirth of the child Jesus. Essentially we are celebrating the Love of God the Father. Our Lord Jesus Christ is God’s most precious gift to the world. At Christmas we are meant to share in this love of God.
What are the wonders of God’s love?
I read in my Strong’s Concordance that God’s lovingkindness incorporates three principles: strength, steadfastness and love. The Strong’s Concordance went even further by saying to truly understand lovingkindness we must incorporate all three of these principles into the definition.
Is Christmas a celebration of love?
The festival of Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ and conveys his message of love, tolerance and brotherhood. It is a celebration of humanity and mankind. Though Christmas is a primary festival of the Christian calendar, it still has a special significance in everyone’s life.
What is Christmas all about LDS?
In short, the Christmas spirit is the Christ spirit, that makes our hearts glow in brotherly love and friendship and prompts us to kind deeds of service. “It is the spirit of the gospel of Jesus Christ, obedience to which will bring ‘peace on earth,’ because it means—good will toward all men.”
What is the meaning behind Christmas?
Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. The name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ (or Jesus). So we get the name Christ-Mass, shortened to Christmas. Christmas is now celebrated by people around the world, whether they are Christians or not.
What does God’s love mean to us?
God’s relentless, loyal love arrives in Jesus, and his affection for us drives him to give us the ultimate act of loyal love in his life, death, and resurrection. Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his khesed endures forever.
Why is Christmas important LDS?
The Christmas season is a time to reflect and act upon the blessings and opportunities we have because of the birth, life, Atonement, and Resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Why do we celebrate Christmas in December LDS?
Well, then, why do we celebrate Christmas in December? The answer lies in the early centuries when missionaries first carried Christianity to the peoples of northern Europe. Early Christian missionaries chose to link this important pagan celebration with the birth of Christ.