December 25 is Christ born...?

Philippines
December 24, 2011 1:42am CST
No...!No where in the Bible that Jesus was born on that day..nothing.Some people says it was 25,but they are wrong because the Bible does not say or not listed any in the Bible that December was Jesus birth! Actually,the december 25 is became tradition of many people to celebrate it,they thought it is JESUS birth but no... Jesus was born in cold day, giving,and when Jesus was born the angels in Heaven was praising because Jesus was born of virgin....! So for me,december is great month,and the important is to celebrate Jesus to remember that He was born a savior of all...He is alive Jesus and and not the dead God.Thank you...
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5 responses
@jadoixa (1171)
• Philippines
24 Dec 11
i thought all these years jesus birthday was truly december 25 so on christmas day i sometimes say "happy birthday jesus" but recently i just saw on the news that jesus was not born on december 25, it would be impossible because it said that he was born in a manger and if he was born on december and on a winter it would be so cold..i have just known that jesus was born in spring..sometime in march or april..it all started a hundred years ago that they made december 25 as a celebration for christmas and the birth of christ..so this is already a tradition...i love this month, christmas has always been my favorite time of the year..so let's all celebrate,,,have a blessed and peaceful christmas to you :)
• Philippines
24 Dec 11
Yes thanks for the response.It is true that he was not born on that day ,but we just to remember Him that He was born of a virgin and a savior off all. Thanking that He is alive,a savior and always there for us to celebrate......a joy
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@Bluedoll (17050)
• Canada
24 Dec 11
Who is to say that it wasn’t December really. It could have been. The fact is though no one really knows. Does it matter? People will always dispute over details like they did in Jesus’s day about whether good Israelites should always wash to the elbow on the Sabbath. Maybe it is good practice to wash thoroughly before eating but Jesus didn’t when he told the apostles to eat from the fields and was ridiculed for doing so. What I mean sometimes I think we can get absorbed with details and traditions then miss the most important thing. And we all know what the most important thing is.
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• Davao, Philippines
25 Dec 11
Of course, December 25 is not the birthday of Jesus Christ. Even the Catholic Priests know that. It is not supported in the Bible and no historian in the past had written about it either. Anyway, what is important is that we believe that a Saviour was born was born a baby in a manger, thousand years ago. A Saviour who would save us from the damnation of sin...
@junmae (1592)
• Philippines
25 Dec 11
When I was in grade school, my religion teacher told us that the birth date of Jesus was not mentioned in the bible but it is already a tradition even before Spaniards conquer the Philippines. That tradition was celebrated for more then centuries now and I believe that even if the birth date of our savior did not mentioned in the bible, it will never be forgotten.
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@slothgurl (573)
• Enumclaw, Washington
24 Dec 11
Although I give praise to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ every day, I am very glad we have made Him a special day called Christmas!!!
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@telmesh (1793)
25 Dec 11
Never mind when Jesus was born. This really does not matter because from the two passages written about the occasion it is uncertain even if Herod was king at the time. What really matters is that Jesus tried to give his nation a new direction in matters of religion and to this day they refuse to accept that direction. Peace on earth and goodwill to all men.