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Merry Christmas: 109 Fun and Festive Merry Christmas Wishes to Share With Everyone You Love

The True Meaning Of Christ-Mass by David Meyer


They tell us that it is the season to be jolly. It is a time of ornaments, red and green decorations, silver bells, holly, mistletoe and colored lights. It is also a time of department store Santas calling out their universal mantra, “Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas.” Nearly all of the realm of so-called “Christianity” join in and repeat this same greeting, “Merry Christmas!”

Although we hear these words constantly as they resonate millions of times throughout the land, almost nobody understands what they are really saying. It is the purpose of this tract to take the words, “Merry Christmas” and examine the true meaning and essence of those words.

A true Christian would want to examine everything they say, because Jesus said in Matthew 12:36-37, “But I say unto you, that every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgement. For by your words you shall be justified, and by your words you shall be condemned.” We will now set aside all of the customs, glitter and traditions of Christmas, which were taken from pagan witchcraft and popularized by the Roman Catholic Church, and we will focus on the true meaning of the words, “Merry Christmas!”

The word “Merry” is simple to define. It unquestionably means to be happy, joyful and light-hearted. The word “merry” fits into the ambience of laughter and frivolity. This word “merry” by itself is innocent and innocuous enough, but as we will now see, it becomes heinously blasphemous when used with the word “Christmas.”

Here let it be noted that most people think that the word, “Christmas” means “the birth of Christ.” By definition, it means “death of Christ”, and I will prove it by using the World Book Encyclopedia, the Catholic Encyclopedia, and a book entitled, The Mass In Slow Motion.

If you are an honest, sincere and discerning Christian, please read on; if not, you might as well stop right here. The World Book Encyclopedia defines “Christmas” as follows: “The word Christmas comes from “Cristes Maesse”, an early English phrase that means “Mass of Christ.” (1) It is interesting to note that the word “Mass”, as used by the Roman Catholics, has traditionally been rejected by the so-called Protestants, such as Lutherans, Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Pentecostals and so on. The word “Mass” is strictly a Catholic word and thus, so is “Christ-Mass.”

It would stand to reason, that since all of these denominations love and embrace “Christ-Mass”, that December 25th is the great homecoming day, when all of the Protestants become Catholic for a day. It would seem that all of the so-called “wayward daughters” of the Romish church return to their mother, the scarlet harlot. Thus, all of the so-called Protestant churches could sing to the Pope that popular song “I’ll be home for Christmas.”

As previously stated, the word “Mass” in religious usage means a “death sacrifice.” The impact of this fact is horrifying and shocking; for when the millions of people are saying, “Merry Christmas”, they are literally saying “Merry death of Christ!” Furthermore, when the fat man in the red suit laughs boisterously and says, “Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas”, he is mocking and laughing at the suffering and bleeding Savior, who died for our sins. He does this while parents place their little children into his waiting arms to hear his false promises of gifts that he says he will give them. Consider what you are saying when you say “Merry Christmas.”

What is so amusing about our Savior’s painful death? What is so funny? Why is Santa laughing? Why are you going along with it? Your words do count and Satan knows it. Yes, the word “Mass” does mean “death sacrifice”, and to cement that fact, we will consider the definition of the inventors of the religious application of the word “Mass.” I am looking at page 537 of the Catholic Encyclopedia, which says, “In the Christian law, the supreme sacrifice is that of the Mass.” It goes on to say, “The supreme act of worship consists essentially in an offering of a worthy victim to God, the offering made by a proper person, as a priest, the destruction of the victim.” (2)

Please note carefully the word, “victim” of the Mass. The Latin word for victim is “Hostia” from which the word “host” is derived. The Mass, by definition of those who coined the word, is a sacrifice involving a victim. There is no other meaning for the word “Mass” or “Christ-Mass.” On page 110 of a book entitled “The Mass In Slow Motion”, we find the following words: “It is only with the consecration that the sacrifice of the Mass is achieved. I have represented the Mass to you, more than once, as a kind of ritual dance.” (3)

In essence, the Mass is the ceremonial slaying of Jesus Christ over and over again, followed by the eating of his flesh and the drinking of his blood. The Mass is the death sacrifice, and the “Host” is the victim. This is official Roman Catholic doctrine, and “Christmas” is a word that they invented. Again, I ask, what is so merry about the pain, bleeding, suffering and death of Jesus Christ? Satan has done quite a job of getting millions of so-called “Christians” to blaspheme. What a deceiver he is.

Now you know the true meaning of the word “Christmas” or Mass of Christ. There is much more to know about this pagan holiday, and we will be glad to provide you with plenty of evidence that Jesus was not born on December 25th, and that Christmas is not only a lie, but is actually a witches’ sabbat called “Yule” in clever disguise. For the sake of your soul, flee from idolatry!

Acknowledgments:

01. World Book Encyclopedia, vol.3, p. 408, 1986 ed., World Book Inc., Chicago, IL

02. The Catholic Encyclopedia, R.C. Broderick, 1975 ed., Nihil Obstat, Richard J. Sklba, Censor Librorum. Imprimatur, Archbishop William E. Cousins, Milwaukee, WI.

03. The Mass In Slow Motion, Ronald Knox, 1948, Sheed & Ward, Inc., New York, MY. Nihil Obstat, E.C. Messenger, Censor Deputatus. Imprimatur, E. Morrogh Bernard, Vic. Gen.

Send these yuletide greetings on cards, cakes, cookies, and more.

The holiday season definitely lives up to its reputation as the happiest time of the year. From memorable days spent decorating the tree and DIY-ing unique decorations to fun-filled celebrations and cozy cups of cocoa by the fire, there’s just something about the month of December that inspires an overflow of joy. It’s also the perfect time of year to tell friends and family just how much they mean to you with “Merry Christmas” wishes that express it perfectly. You know what they say in Love, Actually: “If you can’t say it at Christmas, when can you, eh?”

While some may consider holiday cards a thing of the past, we’re of the mindset that no Christmas greeting is ever out of place—but sometimes it’s hard to put your Christmas wishes into words. Whether you need the perfect meaningful message for a gift, a generic yet festive greeting for the family card, or a professional bit of prose for your work OOO email auto reply, we’re here to help. Below, we’ve rounded up 109 “Merry Christmas” wishes that range from short and sweet to silly and sentimental, all aimed at helping you express love, gratitude, and a festive spirit this holiday season.

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Traditional Merry Christmas Wishes

  • “Merry Christmas! Wishing you love and happiness this holiday season.”
  • “Merry Christmas from our family to yours.”
  • “Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas.”
  • “Happy holidays! We hope all your Christmas wishes come true.”
  • “May God bless you and your family during this Christmas season.”
  • “Wishing you and your family a season full of light and laughter.”
  • “Our family wishes yours joy and peace today, tomorrow, and always.”
  • “May your holiday season sparkle with love and laughter.”
  • “Wishing you a merry and bright holiday season!”
  • “We’re a little late with our holiday wishes, so we’re just sending hugs and kisses.”

Religious Christmas Wishes

  • “May your heart be lifted in praise this Christmas for the wonderful gift of Jesus and the joy He brings to our lives.”
  • “Merry Christmas! May God bless you richly throughout the year.”
  • “Jesus is the reason for the season. Merry Christmas!”
  • “May God fill your yuletide season and all your days with immeasurable prosperity and joy! Merry Christmas!”
  • “Sending prayers and hearty Christmas greetings to you. May you receive the most special of God’s blessings during this amazing Christmas season!”
  • “May you have the gift of faith, the blessing of hope, and the peace of His love at Christmas and always!”
  • “Merry Christmas! I hope you receive one blessing after another this coming year.”
  • “May the Lord grant you and all your loved ones peace, joy, and goodwill.”
  • “Wishing you a season that’s merry and bright with the light of God’s love.”
  • “May God’s blessings be yours this Christmas.”
  • “May the wonder of that first Christmas, the joy of God’s abundant blessings, and the peace of Jesus’s presence be with you always.”
  • “May the true spirit of Christmas shine in your heart and light your path.”
  • “Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas.”
  • “May God bless and keep you during the holiday season and all through the year.”
  • “May God bless your life with love and joy this holiday season.”
  • “Merry Christmas! May God’s love be with you.”
  • “May the spirit of Christmas be with you all year round.”

Funny Christmas Greetings

  • “Don we now our ugly sweaters…. Let’s party! Happy Holidays!”
  • “Christmas is the only time of year in which one can sit in front of a dead tree and eat candy out of socks. Enjoy!”
  • “Wishing you a white Christmas! (And when you run out of white, just open a bottle of red).”
  • “You’re a gift in my life. And not the kind I’d return for store credit. Merry Christmas!”
  • “A Christmas reminder: Don’t try to borrow any money from elves—they’re always a little short! Have a Merry Christmas!”
  • “Wishing you hope, peace, and lots of Christmas cookies this holiday season!”
  • “They say the best Christmas gifts come from the heart, but cash and gift cards do wonders too! Happy Holidays!”
  • “Remember, Santa is watching. Everything. Yes, even that. Anyway, Merry Christmas!”
  • “Merry Christmas! May your happiness be large and your bills be small.”
  • “This holiday season, let’s make it a point to cherish what’s truly important in our lives: cookies.”
  • “I told Santa you were good this year and sent him a link to your Pinterest board. Merry Christmas to you!”
  • “I consider my presence a gift—you’re welcome. Merry Christmas!”
  • “I hope you enjoy the present you told me to buy for you. Happy holidays!”
  • “Wishing you a holiday season filled with good times and even better drinks.”
  • “This present proves how well I can read your Amazon wishlist. Merry Christmas!”
  • “Merry Christmas! Yule always be my favorite sibling.”

Heartfelt Christmas Wishes

  • “May the Christmas season bring only happiness and joy to you and your family.”
  • “The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift of happiness. May all these be yours at Christmas.”
  • “Wishing you a season full of light and laughter for you and your family.”
  • “Best wishes for a joyous Christmas filled with love, happiness, and prosperity!”
  • “May all that is beautiful, meaningful, and joyful be yours this holiday season and throughout the coming year!”
  • “Merry Christmas! Wishing you all the happiness your holiday can hold!”
  • “May your holidays sparkle with joy and laughter.”
  • “I hope the magic of Christmas fills every corner of your heart and home with joy, now and always.”
  • “Our family wishes you love, joy, and peace—today, tomorrow, and always.”
  • “May your family have a holiday season that’s full of wonderful surprises, treats, and nonstop laughter.”
  • “Merry Christmas! Wishing you all the best this holiday season!”
  • “Wishing you a Christmas that’s merry and bright!”
  • “We hope you have a safe and relaxing holiday season.”
  • “I hope your holiday season is full of peace, joy, and happiness.”
  • “Merry Christmas with lots of love.”
  • “I hope your Christmas is filled with joy this year!”
  • “Happy holidays! I hope all of your Christmas wishes come true.”
  • “Your friendship is the best gift I could ever receive. Merry Christmas!”
  • “This holiday season, may time with your loved ones fill your heart with joy.”
  • “It simply wouldn’t be Christmas without you—sending love to the whole family!”
  • “Wishing you peace, joy, and love during Christmas and always.”
  • “Whatever is beautiful, whatever is meaningful, whatever brings you happiness. May it be yours this Christmas season and throughout the coming year.”

Romantic Christmas Wishes

  • “You’re the most wonderful part of the most wonderful time of the year.”
  • “Your love is the best Christmas gift I could ever receive. Merry Christmas, sweetheart!”
  • “You’re the partridge to my pear tree.”
  • “Christmas is more magical now that you’re in my life!”
  • “Merry Christmas to someone who’s sweeter than a candy cane, warms me up more than a cup of hot cocoa, and fills my heart with joy more than the biggest present under the tree!”
  • “The only thing I love more than Christmas is you.”
  • “It’s not what’s under the tree that matters most; it’s who’s around it. Every year I’m so grateful to have you there.”
  • “You put the merry in my Christmas.”
  • “Forget the mistletoe. You can kiss me anytime you like.”
  • “All I want for Christmas is you.”
  • “I’m so lucky to be spending another Christmas with you!”
  • “Merry Christmas! You’re the best gift I could ask for.”
  • “Holidays like Christmas make me so grateful to share life with you.”
  • “Christmas is magical because we’re together.”

Quotes to Use for Merry Christmas Wishes

  • “May this season find you among those you love, sharing in the twin glories of generosity and gratitude.” —Oprah Winfrey
  • “Christmas is the day that holds all time together.” —Alexander Smith
  • “I wish we could put up some of the Christmas spirit in jars and open a jar of it every month.” —Harlan Miller
  • “Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand.” —Dr. Seuss
  • “One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas Day. Don’t clean it up too quickly.” —Andy Rooney
  • “Christmas isn’t a season. It’s a feeling.” —Edna Ferber
  • “A lovely thing about Christmas is that it’s compulsory, like a thunderstorm, and we all go through it together.” —Garrison Keillor
  • “Christmas isn’t just a day. It’s a frame of mind.” —Valentine Davies, Miracle on 34th Street
  • “Christmas Eve was a night of song that wrapped itself about you like a shawl. But it warmed more than your body. It warmed your heart…filled it too, with melody that would last forever.” —Bess Streeter Aldrich
  • “Christmas is not an external event at all, but a piece of one’s home that one carries in one’s heart.” —Freya Stark

Christmas Wishes for Long-Distance Loved Ones

  • “All the way from here, I send a special wish, a holiday hug, and a holiday kiss!”
  • “Far apart during this holiday but totally together in our hearts and minds. Merry Christmas!”
  • “Sending a smile across the miles for a wonderful Christmas!”
  • “I may not be nearby, but you are totally in my mind and heart this holiday. Merry Christmas!”
  • “Missing you most during this festive time.”
  • “We may not be together on Christmas morning, but you’re always in my heart.”
  • “I wish we could be together this holiday season, but I’m sending warm wishes your way.”
  • “I’ll miss celebrating with you this Christmas. Eat a few extra cookies for me!”
  • “We may not be able to rock around the Christmas tree together, but I’ll deck the halls in your honor.”
  • “Even though we’re apart, our hearts are together.”
  • “Let’s have a Christmas video call—I’ll bring the cocoa!”
  • “Christmas won’t be the same without you here.”
  • “Even though we’re apart, I hope you have a joyous holiday.”
  • “Consider this card a rain check for a belated Christmas hug.”
  • “Though we’re apart, you’re in my heart this Christmas.”

Professional Holiday Greetings

  • “Sending my best wishes for a joyous holiday season filled with love and happiness!”
  • “Wishing you a lovely holiday season and a very happy New Year!”
  • “Happy holidays and best wishes for the New Year—I look forward to working together again in 2024!”
  • “Cheers to a warm and happy holiday season.”
  • “Warmest wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season! I look forward to reconnecting in the new year.”

Originally written by: KATE MCGREGOR on House Beautiful

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