It has come to my attention that some of you like to worship me as it relates to the fact of my incarnation during the month of December. Please stop. I never told you it was okay.
Feel free to focus on that important point in our story of redemption other times of the year, just not around the end of the year.
Even though it was an amazing, miraculous act of love. Even though it represents what I gave up for you. Even though it is so wonderfully complex and important. Don’t worship me pertaining to that for a few weeks in December, okay?
When others are talking about it, emphasizing it, and getting excited about Me, please restrain yourself. Practice some self-control and wait until spring.
Even if joy, wonder, and amazement well up inside of you, don’t give in. Just continue on like normal, as if nothing happened.
This might require turning off the radio at certain times and avoiding certan hymns in your books and certain people who won’t obey this command. Whatever happens, resist the temptation.
I hope you understand,
your Lord and Savior
I was wondering if that argument made anymore sense if put explicitly in Jesus’ words.
Nope, it doesn’t.