HAPPY DELIGHT!! THIS IS CHRISTMAS!!! CELEBRATE THE BIRTH OF JESUS CHRIST WITH FESTIVE GLORY!!
Christmas is a religious as well as a cultural holiday, centred around the birth of Jesus and celebrated all over the world. At Christmas, Christians all over the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Today Christmas is celebrated by people all across the world, whether they are Christians or non-Christians. Cheer for your christmas by wishing your friend with pleasant wishes & gifts. Get your blissful Xmas Wishes 2023 here. Send your Merry Xmas wishes, pictures, messages to your family & friends. Enjoy your Christmas day with more fun and full of happiness. Exchange your gifts and happiness during your christmas day eve.
Christmas is the perfect time when friends and families come together, spreading joy and happiness.
People and especially children wait for Christmas as it is a time when you get and give gifts. Traditional Christmas decorations and festive celebrations are admirable. Christmas trees are the most popular decoration with little jingle bells and tiny sparkling lights glowing everywhere.
Christmas Day is generally celebrated on the 25th of December. However, Some countries have slightly different Christmas traditions as such festive season celebrations take place from the beginning of December to the beginning of January.
Why is it called Christmas?
The word Christmas comes from Cristes maesse, Old English for “Christ’s Mass,” which references the Catholic tradition of holding a special mass ceremony to celebrate Jesus.
THE CHRISTMAS DAY
Christmas is the festival celebrated to honour the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of the Christianity religion. The festival is celebrated to mark the arrival of Jesus Christ into the world. It is believed that 'the birth of Jesus' brings peace and pleasure to people.
Across the world, all Christians celebrate Christmas Day as the anniversary of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. The original purpose of Christmas was to remember the birth of Jesus.
How Will Be The Christmas Eve?
Christmas is celebrated with Church services, Singing Christmas carols, Santa Claus, Decorating Christmas trees, Watching Christmas movies, Giving gifts, Decorating Your Home, Spending time with family members and eating Christmas meals, Making candy canes and traditional foods and so on.
' Let your Christmas be merry and may your heart be full. '
Kids are given special importance in this festival, as they get gifts from their parents, family members, relatives and Santa Claus, who has attained a mythic status throughout the years. Children eagerly wait for Santa Claus whom they believe will bring presents for them by coming down the chimney and putting them right below the Christmas tree, on Christmas night.
How to wish for a christmas?
Wish your loved ones with a short xmas wishes.
01. Wishing you a Christmas that's as special as the love of Christ.
02. May His blessings guide you throughout the coming year.
03. May you have a lovely Christmas season.
04. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours.
05. Wishing you love, joy, and peace this Christmas.
06. Wishing you a very merry Christmas!
07. May all your days be merry and bright this season.
08. Have a joyful Christmas season!
09. Have a joyous Christmas filled with love, happiness, and prosperity!
10. Have yourself a merry little Christmas.
11. May this season be full of light and laughter.
12. May the spirit of the holidays fill your home with love and peace.
13. Merry Christmas With Lots Of Love
14. Warmest wishes for a joyful Christmas season.
15. May all your days be merry and bright this season.
16. I am wishing for nothing but cheer for you this Christmas!
17. Wishing you a season that's merry and bright with the light of God's love!
18. Wishing you to have love, joy, and peace — today, tomorrow, and always.
19. Wishing you to have a wonderful time of Christmas of the year 2023!
20. May all your long-cherished dreams come true this Christmas.
Where did Santa Claus come from?
The jolly old elf with the magical sleigh came from the story of a humble monk named St. Nicholas, who was born in Turkey around 280 AD. He belongs to a rich family where he was born and bought up as a baby with a silver spoon and led a luxurious life.
His parents died when he was young, leaving him alone with a lot of wealth and resources. Monk St. Nicholas acquired his sainthood after giving away all his wealth to help the poor and the needy. He became known as the patron saint who gave secret gifts to children and he had his own honorary day on December 6.
What is special about Christmas?
Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, whom Christians heartfully trust the Son of God. The name 'Christmas' comes from the Mass of Christ. A Mass service is where Christians remember that Jesus died and then came back to life.
How to wish for a Christmas?
Now you can send a short christmas wish for your friend. We also,
"Wishing you a Christmas that's merry and bright!" "We hope you have a safe and relaxing holiday season." "I hope your holiday season is full of peace, joy, and happiness." "Merry Christmas with lots of love.
What are the “5” facts about Christmas?
Ah, Christmas. That wonderful time of the year when the air is crisp, the smell of gingerbread fills the house and presents magically appear under the tree.
Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.
Christmas is an annual Christian holiday. It celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. The 25th day of December was chosen to mark his birthday. It was marked by the Roman Catholic Church. This Christian holiday is celebrated by Christians all over the world.
Christmas trees were first used by ancient Egyptians and Romans.
The origin or the use of Christmas trees goes way back to ancient Egyptians and Romans. They used evergreen trees like fir or pine trees, wreaths, and garlands. The use of modern Christmas trees started in Germany in the 16th century. Instead of the glitzy decorations that we see on them today, they were decorated with fruits and nuts. Wet bet you didn’t know this interesting fact about the Christmas tree!
' May all who celebrate feel the warmth of Christmas this year!'
The term X-mas simply meant for Christmas
The use of the term ‘Xmas’ dates back to the 16th century. The ‘X’ in the word Xmas comes from the ancient Greek language. In Greek, Christ begins with the letter X. So, Xmas simply means Christmas.
The Christmas wreath is a symbol of love and eternal life.
The colors of Christmas – red, green, and gold were added. Red is said to represent the blood of Jesus, green is supposed to symbolize life, and gold stands for royalty and light. And the evergreen foliage used to make Christmas wreaths symbolizes the continuity of life and nature even in the darkest days of winter.
Caroling is based on the tradition of wassailing.
Have you ever wondered why people go door to door singing carols? The tradition is based on the English custom of wassailing, which was a tradition to toast to someone’s good health and fortune.
May the Christmas Season bring only happiness and joy to you and your family.
Why we are wishing Merry Christmas?
No one knows for sure why Merry Christmas became the more popular greeting. Some Christians believe it is a more fitting greeting, given the unrestrained and emotional response followers should have to a celebration of the birth of their Savior, Jesus Christ.
What is the full form of Christmas?
The English word "Christmas" is a shortened form of "Christ's Mass". And the word X-mas also has its unique meaning. In the earlier days, Christians used the letter “X” as a secret symbol to indicate the membership in the church to others.
Christmas would not be the same without your presence.
Did you know?
The real name of Jesus in Hebrew is “Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.… or again Jehoshua, meaning "Jehovah is salvation”. And above all the names instead, he was most commonly called as “Jesus son of Joseph” or “Jesus of Nazareth.”
Bring Christmas Trees To Your House!
Deck the halls with boughs of holly! ...
A Christmas tree is an evergreen tree, often a pine, spruce, or fir, decorated with lights and ornaments as a part of Christmas festivities. In Christianity, the Christmas tree is symbolic of the birth and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
May all your wishes come into fruition this holiday.
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