Christmas will always find a way to get its message out. Here are two wonderful examples.

Some of you have seen this post before but because of the demand I am reposting it for those who still want to share in the Christmas joy.  Here are two videos that show Christians being creative and fighting back against the war on Christmas.   The first video shows an  ingenious Christian response to the  decision by a judge in Santa Monica California to cater to a handful of atheists who were “offended” and as the video will show you they were threatened by the Manger Scene.  The Manger scene had been placed in Santa Monica every year since 1953!  You must play the video twice(if you can take it)  to see how pompous and tedious the man is who, in a world filled with rape, war, and addiction can only “feel free” and protected by the Constitution when Manger scenes are removed.  It is probably just me but it is hilarious to see someone so ardent against something he does even believe exists!

Before you view the next video I want to ask you something.  Did you know that Charles Dickens had a supernatural encounter?  It happened after Dickens asked to see the worst part of London.  He was horrified to find feral children.  Literally, they were wild animals and roamed the streets with no human to look after them in the bitter cold.  Dickens vowed to use his considerable popularity as a writer to save these children.

He wrote a scathing tract entitled AN APPEAL ON BEHALF OF THE POOR MAN’S CHILD.  He said that then God dealt with him.  “If you write the story it will affect but one generation, but if you write the story that I will give you it will touch endless generations.   With that, he wrote, or rather wrote down the story that we all know as A CHRISTMAS CAROL: The story of Ebeneezer Scrooge.

God has always given people original ways of countering evil.   The current war on Christmas found a similar creativity when a group of people in Redondo Beach…well, I won’t spoil it look at the video.

Christmas fights back!

Christmas fights back!  Here are two videos that show Christians being creative and fighting back against the insane bigotry against Christmas.   The first video shows an  ingenious Christian response to the absurd decision by a judge in Santa Monica California to cater to a handful of atheists who were “offended” and as the video will show you they were threatened by the Manger Scene.  The Manger scene had been placed in Santa Monica every year since 1953!  You must play the video twice(if you can take it)  to see how pompous and tedious the man is who, in a world filled with rape, war, and addiction can only “feel free” and protected by the Constitution when Manger scenes are removed.  It is probably just me but it is hilarious to see someone so ardent against something he does even believe exists!

Before you view the next video I want to ask you something.  Did you know that Charles Dickens had a supernatural encounter?  It happened after Dickens asked to see the worst part of London.  He was horrified to find feral children.  Literally, they were wild animals and roamed the streets with no human to look after them in the bitter cold.  Dickens vowed to use his considerable popularity as a writer to save these children.

He wrote a scathing tract entitled AN APPEAL ON BEHALF OF THE POOR MAN’S CHILD.  He said that God dealt with him.  “If you write the story it will affect but one generation, but if you write the story that I will give you it will touch endless generations.   With that, he wrote, or rather wrote down the story that we all know as A CHRISTMAS CAROL: The story of Ebenezer Scrooge.

God has always given people original ways of countering evil.   The current war on Christmas found a similar creativity when a group of people in Redondo Beach…well, I won’t spoil it look at the video.

Santa Monica Bans Nativity Scene.

Judge denies bid for Nativity displays in Santa Monica

November 19, 2012 | 12:16 pm

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The city of Santa Monica can bar seasonal displays, including a Nativity scene that has appeared in Palisades Park for nearly 60 years, a federal judge ruled Monday.

In a closely watched case that has attracted national attention, Judge Audrey B. Collins denied a request from the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes Committee to erect multiple large displays depicting the story of the birth of Jesus in the park overlooking the ocean. The coalition of churches has erected the displays every December since the 1950s.

But last year, after requests for display spots exceeded the space allotted, the city held a lottery to allocate spaces. Atheists won 18 of 21 spots. A Jewish group won another. The traditional Nativity story that used to take up 14 displays was crammed into two.

PHOTOS: Battle over Christmas displays

Controversy erupted, and as a result, the city decided the lottery would become increasingly costly. Last June, the City Council voted to ban all private unattended displays.

In October, Nativity scene proponents filed suit in federal court to allow the traditional Christian displays to continue. In a 27-page tentative ruling, Collins denied the group permission to erect their displays this year while the case is pending.

“The atheists won,” said William Becker, attorney for the Nativity group. He then went on to compare the city to Pontius Pilate, the judge at Jesus’ trial, saying: “It’s a shame about Christmas. Pontius Pilate was exactly the same kind of administrator.”Santa Monica’s attorney, Barry A. Rosenbaum, said the city is “very pleased” with the ruling. The judge, he said, “understood the government interests and that [groups wanting to put up displays] have a number of alternatives to erect displays.”

All the parties are due back in court Dec. 3, when the judge will hear additional arguments in the case.