Why do people go to Church during Christmas? Is it a "sudden" mindful decision that we "need GOD in our lives", NOW? Is it a compulsive guilt that has to be satisfied and washed away? Or, could it be THE HOLY SPIRIT "Drawing us to GOD"? The atmosphere of "...The LORD, your GOD is in your midst, HE gives you victory; HE rejoices over you, HE will renew you with HIS Love, and HE will exalt over you..."(Zephaniah 3:17). HE wants us to have the same JOY and PEACE that HE has (John 15:11). We do not go to Church during Christmas from guilt or compulsion; WE SEEK MORE OF THE "SAFE HAVEN" AND JOY, THAT GIVES US THE PERSONAL CERTAINTY THAT WE ARE LOVED. MAYBE THAT IS WHY WE GO TO CHURCH DURING CHRISTMAS.
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