Kalimat Super: 100 Kata Mutiara dan Quotes Selebritis Tentang Keindahan Natal

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Natal adalah hari raya umat Kristen yang diperingati setiap tahun oleh umat Kristiani pada tanggal 25 Desember untuk memperingati hari kelahiran Yesus Kristus. Natal dirayakan dalam kebaktian malam pada tanggal 24 Desember; dan kebaktian pagi tanggal 25 Desember. Beberapa gereja Ortodoks merayakan Natal pada tanggal 6 Januari (lihat pula Epifani). Dalam tradisi barat, peringatan Natal juga mengandung aspek non-agamawi. Beberapa tradisi Natal yang berasal dari Barat antara lain adalah pohon Natal, kartu Natal, bertukar hadiah antara teman dan anggota keluarga serta kisah tentang Santa Klaus atau Sinterklas.

Peringatan hari kelahiran Yesus tidak pernah menjadi perintah Kristus untuk dilakukan. Cerita dari Perjanjian Baru tidak pernah menyebutkan adanya perayaan hari kelahiran Yesus dilakukan oleh gereja awal. Klemens dari Aleksandria mengejek orang-orang yang berusaha menghitung dan menentukan hari kelahiran Yesus. Dalam abad-abad pertama, hidup kerohanian anggota-anggota jemaat lebih diarahkan kepada kebangkitan Yesus. Natal tidak mendapat perhatian. Perayaan hari ulang tahun umumnya – terutama oleh Origenes – dianggap sebagai suatu kebiasaan kafir: orang orang seperti Firaun dan Herodes yang merayakan hari ulang tahun mereka. Orang Kristen tidak berbuat demikian: orang Kristen merayakan hari kematiannya sebagai hari ulang tahunnya.

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  • “The main reason Santa is so jolly is because he knows where all the bad girls live.” – George Carlin
  • “The rooms were very still while the pages were softly turned and the winter sunshine crept in to touch the bright heads and serious faces with a Christmas greeting.” – Louisa May Alcott
  • “We send out Christmas greetings to friends and family near and far, we put up the tree in hopes Santa will arrive, but most of all we take the time to thank God for His Son. ― Kate Summers
  • “Christmas gift suggestions: to your enemy, forgiveness. To an opponent, tolerance. To a friend, your heart. To a customer, service. To all, charity. To every child, a good example. To yourself, respect.” ― Oren Arnold
  • “I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.”― Charles Dickens
  • “My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” – Bob Hope
  • As you open your Christmas presents, open your heart to Christ’s presence. ― Miriam Kinai
  • “Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas.” ― Peg Bracken
  • “Christmas, children, is not a date. It is a state of mind. ” ― Mary Ellen Chase
  • “Christmas! ‘Tis the season for kindling the fire of hospitality in the hall, the genial flame of charity in the heart.”–Washington Irving
  • Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas.” – Peg Bracken
  • “If I could wish a wish for you, it would be for peace and happiness not only now, but for the whole year through!” – Catherine Pulsifer
  • “Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” – Norman Vincent Peale
  • “Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.” ― Charles M. Schulz
  • “Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love!”–Hamilton Wright Mabie

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  • “We send out Christmas greetings to friends and family near and far, we put up the tree in hopes Santa will arrive, but most of all we take the time to thank God for His Son. Kate Summers
  • “Christmas is for everyone, adults and children alike. Allow this season fill your heart, and let go of the things you dislike.” Julie Hebert
  • And so, seven hundred years before the Wise Men gave, before the angels sang, and before the shepherds arrived, Isaiah explains for us in wonderful detail what Christmas is all about. Daniel Akin
  • “When we remember a special Christmas, it is not the presents that made it special, but the laughter, the feeling of love, and the togetherness of friends and family that made that Christmas special.” Catherine Pulsifer
  • Some countries don’t celebrate Christmas, but everyone welcomes in the New Year, even if it’s on different dates. Paul K Stevens, Vintage New Year: Cards, Customs, Quotes, Poems, Myths and Legends
  • I will live this day as if it were Christmas. I will be a giver of gifts and deliver to my enemies the gift of forgiveness; my opponents, tolerance; my friends, a smile; my children, a good example, and every gift will be wrapped with unconditional love. Og Mandino, Mission: Success: A Breathtaking Personal Message of Hope and Happiness for a Successful Life
  • December days . . . as Christmas time draws near; brings family warmth, and friendship’s joyful cheer, from memory’s store so many days to bless and cherish so in quiet thankfulness. Johm McLeod
  • As you open your Christmas presents, open your heart to Christ’s presence. Miriam Kinai, Boxed Set 1 Quotations
  • I bring you the most joyful news ever announced, and it is for everyone! The Savior – yes the Messiah, the Lord – has been born tonight in Bethlehem! Luke 2:10 -11
  • For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself. Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol
  • “If I could wish a wish for you, it would be for peace and happiness not only now, but for the whole year through!” Catherine Pulsifer, My Christmas Wish To YOU
  • “Christmas was all about God’s gift to man, and His peace, as well as ours.” Carolyn Molica, WINGS: A Journey in Faith from the Earthly to the Heavenly   
  • “Advent is a season of wise women and men following the example of Jesus and thereby constructing a spiritual life on solid principles.” Robert F. Morneau, Fathoming Bethlehem
  • It amazes me that something that happened over 2000 years ago is still recognized today. The birth of Jesus Christ – the reason for Christmas. May we always be inspired and may we always recognize that this miracle is the reason for our celebrations. Catherine Pulsifer
  • “Christmas day is a day of joy and charity. May God make you very rich in both.” Phillips Brooks
  • “Christmas is more than just presents, it’s love and harmony.” Julie Hebert
  • “Peace on earth will come to stay, when we live Christmas every day.” Helen Steiner Rice
  • And at this Christmas season, when we pause to reflect on the Incarnation of Christ – that is, of God becoming human in Jesus – we reemphasize that Jesus Christ should remain central to the celebration. Melvin Banks Sr.
  • “From home to home, and heart to heart, from one place to another. The warmth and joy of Christmas, brings us closer to each other.” Emily Matthews
  • “At Christmas play and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year.” Thomas Tusser
  • “What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future. It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal, and that every path may lead to peace.” Agnes M. Pharo
  • Anyone familiar with the Christmas Story itself will also understand that Mary was happily married to Joseph and that the willing took on the role of caregiver for Jesus. Sarah Lawrence, Mary Mother Of Jesus: Understanding Mary a Bit Closer
  • After all, isn’t Christmas the beginning of our hope? It is the celebration of God becoming man and taking on the ‘form of a servant’ so that he could ultimately give His life for us.” Dr. David Jeremiah
  • “The angels’ visit to the shepherds became the first Christmas celebration. It’s as though heaven and earth were celebrating it together, as though a portal to glory had been opened up.” Greg Laurie
  • “Christmas can’t be bought from a store . . . Maybe Christmas means a little bit more.” Dr.Seuss
  • As he considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream. “Joseph, son of David,” the angel said, “do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife. For the child within her was conceived by the Holy Spirit. And she will have a son, and you are to name him Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.” Matthew 1:20-21 (NLT)
  • God’s Message is very personal, and it is life changing. Open yourself to receive God’’s Message this Advent. David Mead, Message In The Manger
  • You see, the Christmas most people celebrate is not the way God intended it to be celebrated. We have commercialized it, super-sized it, downgraded it, and for most people, ignored the real meaning of Christmas. C. P. Lewis, Humpty Dumpty Is Damaged Goods: A Christmas Message in 9 Lessons and Carols
  • “We need to celebrate this Christmas. Jesus’ birth was – and is – good news of great joy.” Rick Warren
  • “The only blind person at Christmas time is he who has not Christmas in his heart.” Hellen Keller
  • “We can participate in every festivity of the Christmas season, but until we receive the gift of Jesus Christ, we will never truly experience Christmas.” Mary Southerland
  • “This season, keep your eyes and heart open for unexpected ways that God will reveal to you the hope of Christmas.” Jack Countryman
  • “Wonderful counselor and heaven father, guide us to see the true meaning of the gifts we have and that we share this Christmas.” D. Duane Engler, 40 Prayers for Christmas
  • The holy magic that filled that lonely stable so long ago still fills the air of Christmas today. Mary Hollingsworth
  • Christmas has been, as for many, something of a challenge to find the best way of being together across distance and differences. The biggest difference and perhaps distance has been between the family and the rituals of Christmas at home and then Christmas and its message in church – which speaks of poverty as well as generosity. Robin Morrison, Christmas Poems
  • At Christmas we decorate our trees with festive lights and ornaments. But the real “tree” in the Christmas story wasn t beautiful at all; it was a cruel instrument of execution, used to bring about the death of God’s Son. Greg Laurie, Red The Color of Christmas: 15 Favorite Christmas Messages
  • Thanksgiving, at least in the U.S., leads directly to the Christmas holiday where gifts are given to friends and family as an expression of heartfelt love and appreciation. Devin D. Thorpe, 925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World
  • Every Christmas a thousand, thousand preachers ask if we will make more room for Jesus than the Bethlehem innkeeper of long ago ever did. Les Norman; Pilar Norman, Never Have A Minute To Call Your Own: Well, Now You Do    |  Words of Faith
  • Now, granted, the Christmas tree doesn’t have “everlasting life” just because it is evergreen, but it does represent that to us. It is a symbol of life. Patricia Meyers, 70 Extraordinary Object Lessons for Home School and Sunday School
  • One of my favorite Christmas traditions is attending the Candlelight Christmas Eve service . . . Shari Howerton, Breaking the Chains
  • During the legendary Christmas truce of 1914, English and German soldiers stopped fighting one another, met in the “no man’s land” between their armies, traded goods, sang Christmas carols, and even played soccer. Joshua Nickel, The Reign of Grace and the End of Sin in Your Life
  • So during this Christmas season, let us take comfort in Him–and always. Julia Audrina Carrington, Comfort for Today–A Book in Honor of Christmas
  • Is it an acceptable boundary to simply send a Christmas card and ignore a friend for the rest of the year? Jeffrey Dawson, Boundaries: Line Between Right And Wrong
  • Christmas – that magic carpet that wraps itself about us, that something so intangible that it is like a fragrance. It may weave a spell of nostalgia. Christmas may be a day of feasting, or of prayer, but always it will be a day of remembrance – a day in which we think of everything we have ever loved. Arnold Westcott
  • Once you put your Christmas tree up, wrap any presents you have and put them under the tree; this will take some of the stress out of last minute wrapping and also looks nice under the tree. Catherine Pulsifer
  • Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without mince pies. Rosanne Hewitt-Cromwell, Like Mam Used to Bake
  • As this is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, a little bit of planning will help to relieve the stress that surrounds producing a Christmas turkey dinner. Sheila Kiely, Gimme The Recipe
  • Christmas can become overly expensive if you let it. Remember a homemade gift is not only nice, but also says, “I love You” more than anything else. Catherine Pulsifer
  • You can paint cookies to make wonderful decorations for Christmas or other holidays. Whether you are looking for a fun project with the kids or just want to impress the neighbors, try painting cookies. Dennis Weaver, Dennis. Mrs. Claus’ Christmas Cookies
  • Christmas brings many pleasures; from tree trimming, to special music, exhanging gifts, good food to name only a few. Take time in this busy season to remember the reason for the season – the birth of Jesus Catherine Pulsifer
  • At no other time during the year is the spirit of giving and sharing more alive in people’s hearts.. Keep this spirit of Christmas in your heart all year long. Sam Longhorn
  • To be a parent who is unable to provide a Christmas is heartbreaking. We all need to share in making a Christmas for everyone. Rather than that one extra gift, give the money to your church, to an organization that provides for those less fortunate. By helping someone else you will realize the true meaning of Christmas. Catherine Pulsifer
  • “Christmas can be a maze of commercialism if we let it. Instead, let’s make it a moment of clarity in which we view our sometimes confusing and threatening world against the back drop of God’s gift to us: the Prince of Peace who was announced by angels on that original ‘midnight clear’.” David Jeremiah
  • Christmas is a charming and memorable season for children, and it is perfectly reasonable for well-informed adults to enjoy cribs, candles, and carols, decorated trees, presents, and family feasts. It is not possible, however, to be a well-informed adult believer without adding to the value of the Christmas celebration by searching for the deeper meaning of the gospels, a meaning that is beyond the comprehension of young children. Noel Cooper, Gospel Overtures: The Message of the Christmas Stories in Matthew and Luke
  • . . . we can be an influence for what is good and right and wonderful about Christmas! We can focus on the fact that a special holiday is set apart and that time gives us the opportunity to proclaim the Christ that came and died for us! J S Brandon, Get rid of the “Bah! Humbug!” Attitude This Christmas: A Message for Christians
  • “The Christmas cards we receive each year remind us of the importance of friends and family not only at this special time of year but for the whole year. Catherine Pulsifer 
  • “Because – don’t you know, Santa Claus is the spirit of Christmas: and ever and ever so many years ago when the dear little Baby was born after whom we call Christmas, and was cradled in a manger out in the stable.” Jacob Riis, Is There a Santa Claus? 
  • Whatever the circumstances around your Christmas are this year – may you find peace and hope in inviting Jesus right into the mess. Jenni Hunt, Haywire Christmas: Inviting Jesus Into the Mess 
  • “God gave us Christmas to give us hope and peace in our hearts.” Catherine Pulsifer 
  • “The meaning of Advent: ‘the arrival of a special person or event’. That first Christmas, the arrival of Jesus was a special event, a miraculous event. We celebrate Advent in the Christian tradition the four Sundays before Christmas Day. And, as Christians we are inspired to look forward with confidence to the advent of when Jesus returns. Catherine Pulsifer 
  • For many generations Christmas has been joyously observed … because on that day was born one who grew to be the only perfect man and became the Savior of the world. No other fact, no other influence in human experience has compared with the birth and life of Christ. Calvin Coolidge 
  • My brothers and sisters, the celebration of Jesus’ birth should ignite hearts of all humanity; humanity; especially Christian to rejoice. Why? Because this is a joyous time, a reverent time, and a humbling time. Dr. Joseph R. Rogers, Sr., Christmas Sermons S: (Messages For The Christmas Season) 
  • The earth has grown old with its burden of care, but at Christmas it always is young, the heart of the jewel burns lustrous and fair, and its soul full of music breaks the air, when the song of angels is sung. Phillips Brooks 
  • Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas. If we think on these things there will be born in us a Savior and over us all will shine a star – sending its gleam of hope to the world. Calvin Coolidge, 1927 Christmas Message 
  • There seems a magic in the very name of Christmas. Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Writings 
  • Let us not on this Christmas, in our enjoyment of the abundance with which Providence has endowed us, forget those who, because of the cruelty of war, have no shelter– those multitudes for whom, in the phrase of historic irony, there is no room in the inn. In this blessed season, let not blind passion darken our counsels. We shall not solve a moral question by dodging it. We can scarcely hope to have a full Christmas if we turn a deaf ear to the suffering of even the least of Christ’s little ones. Harry S. Truman 
  • The real spirit of Christmas is the joy of giving. We all of us enjoy what we receive, primarily because of the fact that behind each gift lies the loving thought of some individual. But for everyone the real thrill is the thrill of being able to give something no matter how small. Eleanor Roosevelt
  • The event which Christmas commemorates means more to the world as a whole than any other holiday that we observe. Lucretia Walker Hardy But there is nothing better than a Christmas card with a personal message in it. . . A Christmas card tells people you are thinking of them and that you are grateful for having them in your life. Natalie SnowWhite, Best Christmas Messages and Greetings For Family, Friends and Business 
  • “If each one of us gave only $10. to a charity that helped people who are less fortunate what a difference that would make! Especially at Christmas time, I would ask that you be that Angel that helps others by 1%.” Catherine Pulsifer 
  • “My heart longs for you to realize that you can still celebrate, bless others, and truly enjoy Christmas while spending and doing less.” Cherie Lowe, Keep the Happy in Your Holidays 
  • A good conscience is a continual Christmas. Benjamin Franklin 
  • “More than 2,000 years ago, a child was born to two faithful travelers who could find rest only in a stable, among the cattle and the sheep. But this was not just any child. Christ’s birth made the angels rejoice and attracted shepherds and kings from afar. He was a manifestation of God’s love for us. And He grew up to become a leader with a servant’s heart who taught us a message as simple as it is powerful: that we should love God, and love our neighbor as ourselves.” President Barack Obama 
  • “Snowflakes falling from the sky, not quite enough to stay. But soon it’ll be time for us to say, Merry Christmas on a marvelous day!” Julie Hebert 
  • “The Christmas carols familiar to contemporary Christians in the West deserve our Christmas attention. They are biblical, beautiful, bountiful, and often breathtaking in the praise and honor they ascribe to Christ.” Dr. David Jeremiah 
  • “As you prepare to celebrate Christmas this year, ask yourself this question: Have you left room in your inn for Jesus?” Rick Warren 
  • “Each one of us who is fortunate not to have to deal with despair or lack of caring at Christmas can do much to help those who have so little. And, it doesn’t have to be a huge commitment either.” Byron Pulsifer 
  • “What is Christmas at its best? It is a glimpse of things to come – the beauty, the worshipful music, the adoring angels, the love, the warmth, the promise, the hope. . .all things promised to us in a life to yet come.” Greg Laurie 
  • “One of the best parts of the holiday season is spending time with the special people in your life.” President Barack Obama 
  • “At Christmas I am always struck by how the spirit of togetherness lies also at the heart of the Christmas story. A young mother and a dutiful father with their baby were joined by poor shepherds and visitors from afar. They came with their gifts to worship the Christ child. From that day on he has inspired people to commit themselves to the best interests of others.” Queen Elizabeth II 
  • “We miss the purpose of Christ’s birth if we do not accept it as a living link which joins us together in spirit as children of the everliving and true God.” Harry S. Truman 
  • “At Christmas a man is at his finest towards the finish of the year;
    he is almost what he should be when the Christmas seasons here. Edgar A Guest 
  • “Unlike some of our Christmas traditions, our God does not change from year to year, from generation to generation, or even from century to century.” Jack Countryman 
  • “Christmas can be the end of emptiness and waywardness; The beginning of happiness and purposefulness.” William A Ward 
  • “Ground yourself in the real meaning of the season and let this focus bring calm and purpose to all the Christmas preparations surrounding you.” Kathryn Shirey, Pray Deep for Advent 
  • “May peace be more than the Christmas season, it is my hope that it may be a way of life.” Author Unknown   
  • “A journey. A stable. A manager. A Baby. And the Miracle of Christmas was quietly born in a small town some two thousand years ago.” Mary Hollingsworth 
  • “The day after Thanksgiving, we kick-off the Christmas season with a mad dash to get ‘great deals’ on all those great gifts we want to give to our friends and family (and of course ourselves :-)).” Jose Figueroa, What Do You Mean is Not My Money? 
  • “It seems to be easier for people to receive at Christmas, but after the New Year people tend to go back to their old ways. Yet our need to give love, time and caring goes on the whole year round.” Cathy Grant, The Journey 
  • “Now I make a point of donating to children in need every Christmas season. I know what it’s like to be on the receiving end.” Lorraine C Ladish, Reach! from single mom on welfare to digital entrepreneur 

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  • Missions should not be treated as a yearly event like Christmas. It must be a way of life. As Christians, we have no greater purpose than to tell the world about Christ. Shannon Scott, Influence 
  • “It’s that wonderful time again,
    When Christmas isn’t far.
    Lights, ornaments and tinsel too,
    Then lastly put on that star!” Julie Hebert 
  • “Advent is a season of love. Our journey toward celebrating the birth of Christ is essentially an experience of God’s love for us and for the world.” Robert F. Morneau, Fathoming Bethlehem 
  • We have quite a large collection of movies at our house, and we put it to good use during our family Christmas celebrations. Kurt Zimmerman, 25 Christmas Traditions Your Family Can Start This Year! Family
  • Our culture and television tells us that Christmas is about buying stuff but actually Christmas is about loving others and the promise of love, forgiveness, and grace that the Savior brings. Henry Owen, How to Have a Green Christmas 
  • On Christmas Eve, they came with arms filled with toys, candy, nuts and fruits! How dismal Christmas would have been for my sisters and me but for the kindness and thoughfulness of God’s children. W. B. Knight
  • Like Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, what if you could see the end of your life, learn from it, and then come back to the present? Drew Scott Pearlman, The Four Faces of Transformation: A Guide to Inner Peace and Personal Power 
  • Make an effort this Christmas season, along with your family, to see Who deserves to be seen. Yes, enjoy this holiday! Gifts, food, music, fellowship – there is much that can remind us of who Christ is and what He was born to accomplish in our lives. David Jeremiah 
  • “Christmas is definitely the season of lights. But a modern Christmas song – ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?’ reminds us of the light that shone at the very first Christmas.” David Jeremaih 
  • During the Octave of Christmas it is well to review the gifts we received at Christmas. But there is one gift in particular which is of supreme importance – the gift of a grateful heart. This gift is not wrapped, has no weight, has never been seen. But when it is present everyone can feel it, for it shines with radiance and joy.” Robert F. Morneau, Fathoming Bethlehem 
  • “The world grows old but the spirit of Christmas is ever young.” Harry S. Truman |   Age
  • “Father, as we anticipate the birth of Your Son, let us know joy as lovely as snow falling fresh and clean.” Pam Kidd 
  • “Sometimes, the very people we love get lost in the hustle and bustle of packed schedules, holiday parties, and Christmas musicals. This Christmas, let’s keep our focus on Jesus and celebrate the reason He came.” Sharon Jaynes 
  • “There is something each of us knows quite well, we do them every year. Traditions passed down throughout the years, when holidays are finally here.” Julie Hebert, Traditions 
  • The lights, the tree, the food, the gifts can never compare to the gift God, the Father, gave us all. His Son, born to us on the day we now recognize as Christmas. May our faith be strong and never let the lights, the tree, the food, the gifts come before the most precious of all gifts, Jesus! Catherine Pulsifer 
  • If you would like to do some entertaining during the holiday season but aren’t sure where to begin, try choosing a theme for a party. Shanna Hatfield, Savvy Holiday Entertaining 
  • Jesus was born, lived, died, and rose again from the dead so that you could come into a relationship with God, receive the gift of eternal life, and live life with meaning and purpose. That is the real message of Christmas. Let every glimpse of red remind you of the greatest gift of all. Greg Laurie, Red The Color of Christmas

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