Why New Year’s is a Christian holiday


new-years-christianThe Christmas-haters substitute “happy HOLIDAYS” for the Christ-bearing word. It doesn’t seem like they realize HOLY-days is still derived from Christianity and still points believers and non-believers ultimately to Jesus.

New Year’s is part of the HOLY-days. It is a time to make resolutions, to change, to emend wrongs and commit to rights. Change — and getting a new start through forgiveness — is the distilled essence of Christianity. Celebrate New Year’s discovering the “new you” that’s find only in Jesus.

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12 responses to “Why New Year’s is a Christian holiday

  1. Hello,brother Mike.
    Merry belated Christmas and Happy New Year 2017. Thank you for your support to my blog. I will never forget your blog tips several years ago 🙂 Thank you and God bless.

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  3. “Celebrate the New Year discovering the ‘new you’ found only in Jesus”
    yes! amen!

  4. Amen and happy happy New Year to you!

  5. Happy New Year today and I hope you had a great start already on the Holy Days preceding it. God bless.

  6. That is a great point! Happy belated Holy Days to you guys! 🙂 💜 Jackie@KWH

  7. Happy New Year!!! Wonderful advice.
    Catholics even commemorate Mary, the Mother of God on New Years Day since she was instrumental in Christ’s incarnation.

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