The Christmas spirit is one of love and compassion, one of hope and expectation, embodied in the life and death of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. That is why it is important to advertise Christ on all of your decorations, clothing, and bumper stickers this glorious Christmas season.
The Christmas spirit has been lost in our liberal-leaning, yet once Christian, nation. The growing quest for inclusivity have gone so far that we are now harassed for wishing someone a “Merry Christmas.” This strange cultural manipulation of Jesus’ birth celebration has lead many Christians to rightfully coin the phrase, “Keep Christ in Christmas.”
This motto of keeping Christ in the Christmas season is one that we conservatives can and should unite under. In our current political climate, especially with the re-election of Barack Hussein Obama, it is so very clear that the word “Christmas” will soon be seen as hate speech.
So this holiday season, let us remember our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the one who showed us life and life in its abundance, he showed us the only true path to salvation and revealed to us the wrath and mercy of God. As Jesus preached and saved the wicked, he undoubtedly frustrated the religious and political powers, which ultimately ended in his death – it is this radical spirit of activism that we Christians must submit ourselves to. We must stand up in civil disobedience to the liberal media and socialist politicians that are captivating our culture and transforming Christian values into the idolatrous worship of inclusivity.
Singing Christmas Carols, celebrating with family parties, adorning your car with a Christmas bumper sticker, wearing Christmas earrings, and decorating your homes and lawns and cars and trailer with the “Merry Christmas” message itself have become ways in which we as Christians can stand up against the “powers and principalities” that Paul told us we inevitably have to fight.
This year, in the flurry of cookies to bake, family to visit, and presents to exchange, remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. Christ should appear on every card, every ornament, and even every gift that you give. Pictures of Christ, lamps shaped like Christ, even glowing lawn ornaments that spell out the name of Christ are ways that you can help spread the true Christmas spirit.
Some people might call it commercialism, but for conservatives it just means you are bearing the cross of Christ.