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What Christmas means to Christians

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What Christmas means to Christians Christmas today is happily celebrated by millions of people for whom its religious meaning is not very important. For many people Christmas is just a happy holiday when they exchange gifts, eat lots of good food and go to parties. ...read more.

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This is most clearly remembered during the church service. At midnight on Christmas Eve, church bells ring out all over the world. Inside churches, Christians gather together to sing and thank god for the gift of Jesus. Thy believe that Jesus came into the world to tell people about god's love for them and so give them hope and happiness. ...read more.

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The lights on the Christmas tree and in the church remind Christians of the light of god's goodness. It is more than a time of stockings bulging with presents and lots of delicious food. It is a time of thanksgiving to god for giving them the greatest gift Christians believe he could have given them-his own son Jesus Christ. ...read more.

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