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Santa here! I hope this letter finds you in high spirits and filled with the joy and excitement that comes with the Christmas season. As you can imagine, the North Pole is a bustling place this time of year, with elves scurrying about, reindeer training for their big night, and Mrs. Claus baking her delicious cookies.
Now, I know you’ve probably heard a lot about me, but I wanted to share a few fun facts about myself. Did you know that Santa’s favorite color is red? That’s why my suit is always that jolly shade of red that you see in pictures. And speaking of red, did you know that before I started delivering toys, I used to be a firefighter? I guess I’ve always had a knack for spreading joy and making people feel safe and happy.
Here’s a little Santa joke just for you: Why did Santa go to music school? Because he wanted to improve his “wrap” skills! I hope that brings a smile to your face – spreading laughter is one of my favorite things to do!
But you see, Tiffany, beyond the laughter and the presents, there is a deeper meaning to Christmas. It is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, our Savior. In the Bible, it says that God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, Jesus, as a gift to us. Jesus came to Earth to show us love, forgiveness, and to bring hope to all mankind.
The true meaning of Christmas is found in the story of Jesus, born in a humble stable, surrounded by animals and visited by shepherds and wise men. His life and teachings inspire us to love one another, show kindness, and live with grateful hearts. This season is a reminder of God’s incredible love for us and an invitation for us to share that love with those around us.
As we celebrate this beautiful season, remember that the greatest gift we can give is love. Whether it’s through kind gestures, helping those in need, or simply spending time with loved ones, let us honor the true meaning of Christmas by spreading joy, peace, and love to everyone we meet.
Merry Christmas – The Savior is Born,
P.S. In the book of Matthew, chapter 1, verse 21, it is written: “She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus because he will save his people from their sins.” Keep this verse close to your heart and remember the true reason we rejoice during Christmas.