Merry Christmas 2020: Wishes, Celebrations and Story of the Day

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Know The Importance Of Christmas
Christmas commemorates the birth of Lord Jesus Christ, who is the founder of the Christian religion. According to the Christian belief, Jesus Christ came to guide humanity to the righteous way and restore the moral order, which had become disrupted due to various developments. But to many people, Christmas also represents a day given to complete enjoyment, excitement, fun and frolic. Christmas signifies the mass (the act of worshipping) of Christ. It is said that when Jesus Christ was born, the earth was plagued with greed, superstition, and hypocrisy. He is considered to be the form of divinity who helped men of the world overcome those dark times. It is also the day when children await their favourite Christmas gifts from the legendary Santa Claus. You can read more about the Christmas Gifts based on Sun-Signs here.

The Celebration Of Christmas Around The World
Christmas is celebrated across the world and it has transcended the boundaries of creed and community. People celebrate Christmas by decorating the Christmas trees in their houses, displaying the scenes of the nativity on models when Jesus was born. The houses are decorated with Christmas lights. Christmas celebrations in churches include a midnight mass, as it is believed that Jesus was born at midnight. Christmas eve, the evening before Christmas is also celebrated with immense enthusiasm across the world. This year, the day of Christmas Eve, 24th of December will also set about Mars Transit to its own Zodiac Sign, Aries.

Ever wondered what is the significance of the Christmas Tree? Well, a Christmas tree is a symbol of Christ. It shows even in the winter, the tree stays evergreen, just like the undying spirit of Christ, a gift to humanity. People also decorate their houses with a star that is believed to have guided the three wise men.

And therefore, we can't ignore another important aspect of this festival; yes, its strong astrological side. While discussing an occasion so ethereal as Christmas, we cannot and should not discount the message from the heavens. All the more so because the exact date of Christ's birth has been traced using astrological information mentioned in the records. Jesus Christ was the son of God, whose coming changed the scenario.

The Callings From Heaven And The Christmas Festival
The relationship between Astrology and the birthday of Jesus Christ is well established by the fact that the three wise men who were travelling to search the New King (Jesus Christ) were guided by a “Star”. It is believed that these stars belonged to a cluster, with bright Jupiter at the centre. Divine grace is important to make our life prosperous. Life can also change if we take the help of Astrology. Do you want to grow financially? If yes, avail the Free 2021 Finance Report.

The Position Of Stars & Christmas Festival Story
The exact birth year of Jesus Christ is not known clearly as there has been no concrete recorded evidence to prove the same. However, astrologers around the world have concluded that Jesus would have been born anywhere between 5 and 7 BC by working backwards from the period of the Lord's crucifixion. Some astrologers claim that Jesus was born in the year 7 BC, at 1:21 am in Bethlehem (present-day Israel). Also, read How People Celebrate Christmas Day based on Zodiac Signs.

Astrological Points Surrounding Jesus’ Birth
The officially fixed birth date of Jesus Christ is December 25. It signifies the return of the Sun at the winter solstice. This solstice marks the entry of the Sun into the Capricorn sign whose ruling planet is Saturn. On this day, the Sun appears to stop over the tropic of Capricorn and begins its journey to the North. Are you interested in knowing your future? If yes, buy the 2021 Detailed Yearly Report.

The Relationship Between Jesus And Sun
There are various factors linking Jesus to the Sun. Jesus was associated with the Sun as in a verse of the Old Testament. As per an early sermon given by Saint Augustine, Jesus wanted to be born on the shortest day of the year for symbolic reasons. Thus, he was born on the shortest day of the year after which the days begin to increase in length signifying the increase of light. Lord Jesus has been called as “the light of the world” by John. Besides, there is a belief that creation started around the Spring Equinox (March 25), with the conception or birth of Jesus on March 28, which is, in Genesis, is the day of creation of the sun. Therefore, Malachi the prophet described him as the sun of righteousness.

Wish You All A Merry Christmas
Now, there are many ways of wishing Christmas to one another. Merry Christmas and Happy Christmas are the most used among the people. From the team of Ganesha, we would love to shower you with auspicious and festive Merry Christmas greetings.

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