|Holding a Candy Cane I ask the children what this is. I have
a story to tell about Christmas. It is not all about party’s and
gifts, but Jesus is the reason for the season. Yes Jesus &
God want us to fun, go to parties, give gifts, be joyful, sing, dance,
& be happy. Bible says; “consider it all joy.” But we
never should forget about celebrating Jesus birth. This is how I
remember each time I look at a candy cane.
the end I state that some children have the wrong understanding of
Santa Claus. They have been told, by some, Santa is as powerful
as God or Jesus. That is just not so. I, Santa, can do
magic, but no way can you compare me. I am just a humble servant
of the Lord. Trying to do as he leads me. They can ask Mrs.
Claus and she will tell them I am just a normal man that can easily
sin. I love to give gifts, make people smile, bring them
joy. Yes just a simple man trying to do as I am lead. Any
questions? OH I have some presents to pass out…
- “J” represents the name of Jesus.
shape of a shepherd's crook a long and sturdy stick with a hook at one
end to hook around a sheep’s belly to be pulled for safety. That
is us when we sin. Jesus is referred to as the “Good
Shepherd”. John “The sheep hear his voice, and he calls his
own sheep by name...” those of us that have accepted Jesus as Lord and
- Hard candy, the solid foundation of Jesus to build our life on.
- Red is the blood of Jesus on the cross.
stripes is told by Isaiah lived 700 years before Jesus and stated "by
his stripes we are healed". But for me I feel we are saved.
- White represents his purity, Jesus never sinned. Also virgin birth.
- Sugar represents the sweet taste of his love.
- Peppermint his forever long lasting love.