Christmas is the time to pay homage to the Almighty for all the blessings he showers on us throughout the year which enables us to sail smoothly through the thick and thin that we confront while on our journey, called life. We breathe because of him; we are alive, cause he wants us to dwell in this state of existence.
The meaning and significance of Christmas has undergone a major metamorphosis after the advent of consumerism. We have started measuring every aspect of our existence in terms of monetary gains and that has evolved as an ideal yardstick for weighing our spirituality and sense of being too.
In a fast paced life like ours, where pretensions and selfishness has come to dominate as a rule rather than an exception, we desperately require to seek refuge in some form of spirituality where we can find a little solace from the ravages of our everyday existence.
Christmas is the ideal time to commemorate the glory of God, this being the holiday season when everybody gets a welcome respite from their routine, mundane chores. Christmas Prayers are by far the ideal way to reach out to God.
The prayers have been so designed so that they soothe the soul and refresh the mind. The Bible and the gospel are replete with references of miracles and how God had descended on earth from time to time to vanquish the evil and glorify the good. Christmas prayers strengthens the belief in God and that his omnipotent mercy is meant fore all. Everyone would be delivered if they resort to good deeds and that is what Jesus preached before he ascended the heaven. His words still resonate with fervor cause they stood for truth, integrity and fellow feeling.
Help us remember the birth of Jesus,
that we may share in the song of the angels,
the gladness of the shepherds,
and worship of the wise men.
Close the door of hate
and open the door of love all over the world.
Let kindness come with every gift
and good desires with every greeting.
Deliver us from evil by the blessing
which Christ brings,
and teach us to be merry with clear hearts.
May the Christmas morning
make us happy to be thy children,
and Christmas evening bring us to our beds
with grateful thoughts,
forgiving and forgiven,
for Jesus’ sake.
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