To Find the Meaning of Christmas

for every Single Day

 

My dear brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ …

            We just finished to celebrate our Christmas. But, we still continue to keep the meaning of Christmas for our daily life. Personally, Christmas this year has taught me how to be able to see Him in the midst of the crowd – How to be able to greet Him in my prayer, how to be able to welcome Him by strong commitment and how to let His peace fills me for every single day. I’m sure all of you doing the same like me, how to keep the spirit of Christmas until now. Just to review. How to  find what is the meaning of Christmas. Two points, I would like to offer you …

  • First, Christmas means that God never lets me alone.
  • Second, Christmas means that God invites us to have peace, joy and grace wherever we are.
  • Third, Christmas means that God invites me to say, “Thank You.”

And why did God come to the world? And came in midst of simple family … for this question I have three answers and you can add  for you own …

  • First, Why? Because God came to bring joy and peace (so difficult to find peace and joy in the world).
  • Second, Why? Because God came to accompany us to see God (so many blocks to see God because of our pride, our greedy, and so on. We need somebody who becomes our Angel because life is not only one time, but it is journey to other life – other space – other time. For this time, only God knows).
  • Third, Why? Because God came to guide us to see the light (many of us like to walk in darkness).

My dear brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ …

            For this purpose and reason, let us continue to keep our spirit of Christmas – let us to continue to keep our hope and our expectation, especially like Anna in the gospel today. May the celebration of Christmas brings us to go deeper in our relationship with Him. Remember, In Him alone we have strength, in Him alone we place our destiny and our future. May God always multiply His blessing in every single day. Let us bring peace, joy and grace for everybody we encounter. Amen.