This afternoon as we considered the subject of interest before all people of Christendom, and the time of the year, and the season in which we are celebrating, there is one good thing about Christmas and also about Resurrection or Easter. Upon these two weekends all of Christendom thinks about the same thing at the same time. The great catalyst of spiritual force which emerges out of this common testimony is to great advantage to the Kingdom. But strikes fear deep into the heart of the enemy.
Make no mistake about it. For it is a very vital and important service throughout all Christendom. We well understand that there is always controversy over the exactness of ‘dates’. But the importance of the exactness of dates is not as important as it is for Christendom to celebrate the birth of Christ, that they set aside a ceremony and a period and a time for rejoicing and for festivity. For Christmas is a time of festivity for the people of God. This is one of the things about the words, ‘The House of Isaac’ For they are the ‘sons of laughter’, the ‘sons of joy’. Because of the covenants that God has made with them. Because of this then this is one of the great days of festivities of God’s Kingdom.