‘Tis the Season.
While this phrase is meant to illicit joy, as in ‘Tis the Season to Be Jolly,” oftentimes when people utter this phrase they are referring to the season for being busy, rushed, frustrated, short-tempered, broke, tired, depressed, and oftentimes ill.
Christmas is not about money, purchases, wrapping presents, hustle and bustle, Santa, food, and all those things that send us spiraling wondering how we’re going to do it all, how we will afford everything, or how we will manage to make it to all those family gatherings during this time of year. Christmas is about Jesus, our Savior. He, who came into this world to die for us. He is who we celebrate with love, joy, comfort, happiness, family, fun, friendship, and most importantly — worship! So, Come, All Ye Faithful, and this Christmas season, let us be Joyful and Triumphant!