Thursday, December 15, 2005
Operation Just Say Merry Christmas

I wanted to thank one of my readers for this wonderful Christmas site. It sells "Just Say Merry Christmas" wristbands for $2 proclaiming the truth of the real reason for the season - Jesus.

Why have we gone so far to remove God from our lives? I heard a man on the radio today talking and the assault on Chritmas and mirroring it to a hypothetical example of how we shouldn't sell meat in stores because it may offend those whose religion forbids eating meat. But will they? No, because we all have a Freedom TO religion not a freedom FROM religion.

This site gets an A+ Keep Christ in Christmas

1 comment(s):

del_button December 15, 2005 at 10:05 PM
Hector said...

I thought about what cards to use and what words to use for my co-workers. The inside of the card said "May the light of Christ's birth shine in our darkness and fill us with renewed hope. Merry Christmas" I thought that since it is a Christian holiday, it should be OK for me to do this. If someone does not believe in Christ, they can throw it away. I'm not a pushy person evangelizing at work, so it should be OK. I noticed many people had it up on their desk and one secretary came by and whispered "Thanks for saying Christ."

If one of the people from India at work gave me a Hindu holiday card about a Hindu religious holiday that person was celebrating i wouldn't be offended. That is their faith and the holiday been observed.

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