With great anecdotes you’ll never forget
Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing, but of reflection.
Sir Winston Churchill 1874 – 1965 (Former British Prime Minister)
The Son of God became a man, to enable men become the sons of God
C.S. Lewis 1898 – 1963 (Author & Theologian)
Unless we make Christmas an occasion to share our blessings, all the snow in Alaska won’t make it “white”
Bing Crosby 1903 – 1977 (Singer & Actor)
He was created of a mother whom He created. He was carried by hands that He formed… He cried in the manger in wordless infancy. He, The Word, without whom all human eloquence is mute.
Augustine of Hippo 354 – 430 (Theologian)
He will be called the Son of the Most High… and of His Kingdom there will be no end. Luke1:32-33
The great trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong was once asked whether he objected to the impressions of him frequently given by other singers and comedians. “Not really,” he replied, shrugging his shoulders. “A lotta cats copy the Mona Lisa, but people still line up to see the original.” Clifton Fadiman, The Little, Brown Book of Anecdotes
Christmas can be celebrated in the school with trees, tinsel and lights, but there must be no mention of the man who we celebrate. One wonders if a student would ask his teacher why it was called Christmas?
Ronald Reagan 1911 – 2004 (US President)
The problem with some people is that they’d rather pray for forgiveness than fight temptation.