Well… I guess this is one way to welcome people to a church?
Join us and “The World To Come” as we explore “Should Christians Celebrate New Year’s?”
Scroll past the video for a “spoiler“..
Basically the answer is no. Because you will get drunk and confused.
And the Bible doesn’t say to celebrate the New Year.
I wonder what else we do that isn’t explicitly mentioned in the Bible…
From the magnificent ASBOJesus
Its Christmas! As such, you may find yourself at more Church things then normal.
“Church things” include activities such as Christmas Carol Services, homegroups, homegroup socials, nativity plays, Carol Services, normal church services, and nativity plays – possibly with livestock. (I realise I may have mentioned a few things twice there)
My point? There’s a lot of Church stuff there. What if you don’t really understand what Christians say?*
Well, you may find this helpful…
*There may be a new idea for a series of posts in the New Year, right there.
A couple of days ago, Donald Trump updated his Twitter account with the following
The Christmas Story begins 2,000 years ago with a mother, a father, their baby son and the most extraordinary gift of all—the gift of God’s love for all of humanity.
Whatever our beliefs, we know that the birth of Jesus Christ and the story of his life… pic.twitter.com/P94C3LjWlx
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2017
The sight of Donald Trump wishing people Merry Christmas, can be argued to be a throwback to his campaign trail, where he talked about making it OK for people to say “Merry Christmas again”.
Almost like no one in The White House has ever said “Merry Christmas” before…
At what point did America stop saying Merry Christmas, and what did America say before Donald Trump became in charge?
It seems that Donald Trump is “bringing Christmas back.”
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) December 4, 2017
Where did Christmas go, and how did Donald Trump know where to look for it?