Unite the USA
12/25/16 at 07:06 AM 0 Comments

It's "Merry Christmas" --not "Happy Holidays"

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Christmas celebrates that Jesus Christ came to us! Think about that fact. As Billy Graham rightly said, "The very purpose of Christ's coming into the world was that He might offer up His life as a sacrifice of men. He came to die. This is the heart of Christmas."

With that said, let's recognize Christ as we all say "Merry Christmas!" instead of the PC greeting of "Happy Holidays". After all, Christ's birth is what we are celebrating. Christmas should not be a time of political correctness. It is a time when we should be happy and free to share about our Lord Jesus Christ!

There will always be people who disagree, but we are not harming anyone when we say "Merry Christmas". And people don't harm us when mentioning holidays like Hanukkah.

With that said, we do have the right and the joy to celebrate the birth of our Savior and Lord. Don't let the grinches of this world spoil it! Amen? As President-elect Donald Trump has said, "We're going to start saying Merry Christmas again." It is refreshing that this year so many people are starting to say "Merry Christmas" again. We've been wished "Merry Christmas" more this year than ever. It's wonderful!

Please embrace the freedoms afforded to us in the United States. Thanks to our veterans, we are free to say "Merry Christmas" and display a nativity for all to enjoy.

We hope you enjoy this month's feature article called "Away With the Manger?" by Dr. Jerry Newcombe. It has excellent points about keeping Christ at the forefront of Christmas.

So, yes, we wish you a Merry Christmas! May God bless you this Christmas, and in the New Year, too!

God bless you always,
Carrie Stoelting and Stacie Stoelting
Sisters and founders of Unite the USA

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