Keeping Jesus a Priority During the Christmas Season
So much hustle and bustle over the holidays:
Already a busy people, we become even busier around the holidays.
Christmas is a time of year when more people attend church, but is Jesus really central during the holiday season or are we too busy to spend time with Him?
This Christmas curriculum will challenge you to keep Jesus a priority.
So much emphasis on the newest and best Christmas gifts:
Already a material people, we become even more dazzled in finding the latest fad or most popular brand.
Christmas is a time of year we give gifts, but is the need to shop for the "best" crowding out the true gift of Jesus Christ?
This Christmas curriculum will cause you to remember that Jesus is more than a fad. He is always relevant for Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
So much stress and depression during the Christmas season:
Already an emotionally fragile people, we become even more burned out and feeling alone at the holidays.
Christmas is a time of year when Christians should be celebrating and feeling more alive because of the hope we have in Jesus.
This Christmas curriculum will help you choose to lay hold of that abundant life Jesus came to give you that's full of joy.
So much fuss about decorating for the holidays:
Already "politically correct" people become even more intolerant.
Christmas is a time of year when nativity scenes are quite appropriate due to the true reason for the season but Santa and Christmas trees are all some people want to allow.
This Christmas curriculum will help you celebrate Jesus as more than an ornament but rather as the King of kings and Lord of lords who came to earth to bring salvation to mankind.
So much financial, physical, and relational drain:
Already a maxed-out people, we become even more in debt, more tired, and more wanting to get away from people.
Christmas is a time of year that should be bringing us together and showing us the way to be released from our bondages.
This Christmas curriculum will remind you of Jesus' words, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest" (Matt. 11:28).
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