Tuesday, December 13, 2011


If Christmas is the day we celebrate as Christ’s birth (Dec. 25th, according to Webster’s Dictionary), then what is the abbreviation “Xmas” all about? If “X” is the mathematical symbol for the unknown, then “X”-mas must mean the celebration of the unknown.

Jesus Christ is known by many people to be the Son of God. He is not an unknown factor. It is our responsibility to tell everyone about Jesus. Christians—let’s help everyone put Christ back into Christmas and take the “X” out. “Merry Christ – mas”!

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