Last night sitting in church my pastor voiced a topic that I never really put a lot of thought into it but when he made the question known I could not help but think, why do nonbelievers in Jesus Christ celebrate Christmas?
If you stop and think about it is kind of puzzling how nonbeliever celebrate the holiday of a man/god they believe not to be real or was born but never had the powers of God. As a sit and think about this I wonder why the need or why the feel to exchange gifts around a Christmas tree on a day, on one particular day (December 25th), and not any other day?
December 25 is a day set aside simply for Christians to celebrate the birth of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
So I ask, if you’re reading this blog and you are a nonbeliever why do you celebrate on December 25th, if you have a celebration, and not any other day? Who are you celebrating or what are you celebrating?