Sunday, November 1, 2009

Christmas Anecdotes

I love Christmas Anecdotes, they give you a different perspective on Christmas and they help you to see Christmas through the eyes of other people and very often through the easy of children.

Looking at Christmas through the eyes of children very often brings back the magic of Christmas and that is another reason why I love Christmas Anecdotes!

Here are a few to wet your appetite:

The Sunday School teacher was telling the class about the armor of the Christian. She told of the breastplate of righteousness, the shield of faith, and added, "And Paul said we should carry a weapon which he says is the Word of God. Do you remember what he called the Word of god?"
There was no answer, so she added, "it's something very sharp, something that cuts."
"I know, I know!" one little few answered. "It's the axe of the Apostles!"

The maternity hospital had a bumper crop of babies during the Christmas season and the nurses had been run ragged. one afternoon as visiting hours began, a roar of laughter came from a group of young fathers gathered in front of the nursery observation window. A supervisor hurried in to see what was causing the gaiety. Emblazoned on the window in foot-high letters surrounded by musical notes was. "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen."

"Pop" inquired Junior, "what is a financial genius?"
"A financial genius, my boy," replied the father thoughtfully, "is a man who can pay his family's Christmas bills in January."

For more useful and amusing Christmas Anecdotes go to the Site Christmas Anecdotes.

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