10 Christian Quotes About Christmas
Using Christian Christmas Quotes To Bless Your Loved Ones.
Every year people send out Christmas cards and make plans for holiday celebrations. One of the ways that they make their cards and celebrations more Christ-centered is by including Christian Christmas quotes in those cards or decorate their celebrations with those quotes.
I wanted to help you by putting together a list of Christian Christmas quotes for you to use in making your Christmas season more Christ-centered. Hopefully, this will help you be a blessing to your friends and family during this beautiful Christmas season.
The Greatest Gift
The greatest gift you will ever receive will never be found under a Christmas tree. It is far too valuable to be stored in any other place but in the depths of your heart. – Anonymous
Christmas Is Not A Myth
Christmas is not a myth, not a tradition, not a dream. It is a glorious reality. – Billy Graham
Jesus Christ Became Incarnate
Jesus Christ became Incarnate for one purpose, to make a way back to God that man might stand before Him as He was created to do, the friend and lover of God Himself. – Oswald Chambers
Commercialization Has Obscured The Meaning Of Christmas
Commercialization has obscured the meaning of Christmas. The commercial has become more important than the carol. What man has to sell more important than what God has given. – Anonymous
Among the oxen (like an ox I’m slow)
I see a glory in the stable grow
Which, with the ox’s dullness might at length
Give me an ox’s strength.
Among the asses (stubborn I as they)
I see my Saviour where I looked for hay;
So may my beast like folly learn at least
The patience of a beast.
Among the sheep (I like a sheep have strayed)
I watch the manger where my Lord is laid;
Oh that my baa-ing nature would win thence
Some woolly innocence! – C.S. Lewis
Let’s approach Christmas with an expectant hush, rather than a last-minute rush – Anonymous
Jesus Our Emmanuel
Veiled in flesh, the Godhead see;
hail the incarnate Deity
Pleased as man with men to dwell,
Jesus, our Emmanuel – Charles Wesley
Let Us Prepare Our Hearts
In the same manner in which we clean and prepare our homes in the anticipation of welcomed guests and family members this Christmas season, let us also prepare our hearts in anticipation of the Lord’s coming. Christ, our most honoured and eagerly anticipated guest, desires to meet with us in a heart prepared for his arrival. – Katherine Walden
God With Us
If we could condense all the truths of Christmas into only three words, these would be the words: “God with us.” We tend to focus our attention at Christmas on the infancy of Christ. The greater truth of the holiday is His deity. More astonishing than a baby in the manger is the truth that this promised baby is the omnipotent Creator of the heavens and the earth! – John MacArthur Jr
The Christmas Creed
I believe in Jesus Christ and the beauty of the gospel begun in Bethlehem.
I believe in the one whose spirit glorified a little town; and whose spirit still brings music to persons all over the world, in towns both large and small.
I believe in the one for whom the crowded inn could find no room, and I confess that my heart still sometimes wants to exclude Christ from my life today.
I believe in the one who the rulers of the earth ignored, and the proud could never understand; whose life was among ordinary people, whose welcome came from persons of hungry hearts.
I believe in the one who proclaimed the love of God to be invincible:
I believe in the one whose cradle was a mother’s arms, whose modest home in Nazareth had love for its only wealth, who looked at persons and made them see what God’s love saw in them, who by love brought sinners back to purity, and lifted human weakness up to meet the strength of God.
I confess my ever-lasting need of God: The need for forgiveness for our selfishness and greed, the need for a new life for empty souls, the need of love for hearts grown cold.
I believe in God who gives us the best of himself. I believe in Jesus, the son of the living God, born in Bethlehem this night, for me and the world. – Anonymous