Monday

Happy Birthday, Jesus


Please join in aand let wish Jesus a Happy Birthday.

Happy Birthday to you.
Happy Birthday to you.
Happy Birthday to you, Dear Jesus.
Happy Birthday to you.

I love you and thank you for my many blessings.


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13 comments:

Deborah Ann said...

What a wonderful way to celebrate the birthday of the most beloved celebrity of all times...JESUS!!!

Deborah Ann said...

BTW, Happy Birthday to you, my dear sister, on New Years Eve!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Happy Birthday Jesus. You have opened the floodgates of heaven for all who will believe in You. Thanks for the inspired post. God bless you all always.

Faith Imagined said...

I love Jesus' birthday! I hope you have a blessed week and a very merry Christmas!

Sarah said...

Have a joy filled, love overflow Christmas,
Sarah

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello May,

A wonderful way to celebrate Christmas.

Lovely photo which depicts peace, happiness and devotion.

Wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas filled with peace,joy and merriment.May Infant Jesus bless you all and make all your dreams come true.
Joseph

alf said...

happy birthday dear
Jesus!

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Nezzy said...

Amen!!! May we never forget why we celebrate Christmas. We always sing 'Happy Birthday to Jesus' after the first Christmas story is read from the Bible and before the presents are opened. It's tradition!!!

God bless ya and have a very blessed and Merry Christmas sweetie!!!

Jordasche Kingston said...

It is shocking to me how many people think Jesus was born on December 25th. I dare someone to show me where it states that is true. I won't hold my breath.

A True Believer said...

Personally, I agree with Jordasche Kingston. Yahshua [or, Yahweh-Hushua - literally translated: "Yahweh's Salvation"] wasn't born in December at all! There are several obvious keys to this puzzle found within the scriptures:

1.) "The shepherds were watching over their flocks by night."

2.) "Joseph and Mary had returned to Bethlehem [The City Of David] for the Roman Census at that time."

Have we all forgotten that Israel is in Earth's Northern Hemisphere... that their pastures are just as: Cold, Barren, and Harsh as our own during the Winter?

Luckily, however, The Romans kept excellent records... Their Census was actually in the Spring of that year.

More importantly, the celebration of any Birthdays was frowned upon within the scriptures. Such celebrations are: Of Pagan Origin, Self Oriented, and Evoking Of A Curse - according to The Old Testament Scriptures, which Yahshua Himself lived by.

This is all food for thought....

Jeshurun said...

Do any of you [ even ] realize The Actual Fact That The Old Testament Clearly Speaks Against ' The Pagan Celebration Of Birthdays '... or that The Winter Solstice Celebration Has Nothing At All To With Yahweh?

Why not read Jeremiah Chapter 10:1-5?

Shalom.

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