The Hard Truth of Christmas

Grindael, a good friend of the Mormon Coffee community, put together a powerful Christmas video. With some graphic scenes from the movie The Passion of the Christ, this is a difficult but thoughtful reminder that Christmas really is much more than the tidy stable scene we are used to seeing.

May your Christmas include a time of reflection on the purpose of Christ’s incarnation, and a joyful celebration of God’s precious Gift given for you and me.

About Sharon Lindbloom

Sharon surrendered her life to the Lord Jesus Christ in 1979. Deeply passionate about Truth, Sharon loves serving as a full-time volunteer research associate with Mormonism Research Ministry. Sharon and her husband live in Minnesota.
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3 Responses to The Hard Truth of Christmas

  1. Dale says:

    The Mormon thought on the conception of Jesus is one of the clearest examples of false teaching. I hope Aaron is able to get more people to see and understand this pivotal difference.

  2. f_melo says:

    I really don´t think i have even begun to grasp what was that really happened in that occasion, i mean, i accept what i understand from studying the Bible but i acknowledge how limited i am intellectually and spiritually to say i actually understand what it means for God to be born as a man to do what He did for us. It´s just too much! It brings an overwhelming feeling of humility and gratitude, and it gives me a glimpse at the love God has for me and what awaits us after the resurrection.

    I´m really a miserable ignorant being, but thanks to God´s love, i´ll be accepted into His presence and live the most beautiful life, a life i can´t even imagine.

    At times i hear Mormons scoffing at the idea of angels living in the presence of God just to sing praises to Him. They can´t accept that´s what you´d do for eternity. For me, on the other hand, it would be the most joyous thing if i could spend eternity praising Him, so much is the gratitude i feel for everything He has done for me – i couldn´t ask for anything better!

  3. Linda Harding says:

    It is so hard to grasp, isn't it? That God became flesh to dwell among us, to feel what we feel, to hurt, to laugh, to love, to die. Thank you for posting this lovely video.

    veggie girl

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