When was Jesus Christ born? Of course we don't know the day or
date. The important thing is that He was born. And don't just say "Jesus." It's a beautiful name, but
in the southern hemisphere, it's a rather common name. There have been several in major league baseball.
No, the Jesus we're talking about is Jesus Christ. All
the difference in the world. Because Christ was born to fulfill hundreds of prophecies, and to save from sin, everyone who
accepts Him for who He is.
isn't important...on the other side of the world, it's already tomorrow, so dates are not a factor. And so although
the day we celebrate His birth...December 25th...is not to "celebrate," but to remember. The day He was born,
the day He died, and the day He rose again, must be remembered, revered and perpetuated for every human to accept or deny.
But woe to those who deny Him! In the end, it will be better if they had not been born. No one has been able to disprove
Him, or anything written in our Bible. And the fact that Jesus Christ Himself, left not one word written by His own hand,
nor anything else that could be taken and worshipped for having been His, takes not one iota from His strength.
Somewhere in the past, December 25th was chosen as the day to
remember his birth, and the idea may have been born in Esther 9:19, with the giving of gifts.
You may deny Him, or stay on the fence, saying you "don't know"
whether He really was the Christ, but try studying the Bible to strengthen your argument. You'll end up changing sides.