Mormon Messages

Kids and Christmas

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Christmas is a time when we can all learn from a child's gratitude and love for Jesus Christ. See the meaning and the story of Christmas through the eyes of children.

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    [MUSIC PLAYING] Christmas is when I get presents from Santa.

    Having presents.

    Christmas is when Santa Claus comes.

    The trees and the lights.

    Ho, ho, ho.

    Ho, ho, ho.

    He says, ho, ho, ho, merry Christmas.

    [SINGING] Deck the halls with bows of holly. Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la.

    My favorite thing about Christmas is to give presents, because it makes me feel good inside.

    I can't stop myself from laughing.

    It's where we celebrate Jesus' birth.

    He makes it Christmas time.

    Jesus was born in a manger.

    I don't know what else.

    Three wise kings, they saw a star.

    And that led them to Jesus.

    The shepherds saw the star, too, and they were watching their sheep. And they saw some angels come.

    He was born in Bethlehem in a stable.

    But the angels said, don't be scared. And they showed the way to the stable. And the wise men were in there, too.

    And they gave presents. I don't really know the presents.

    They gave him three presents-- gold, myrrh, and frankincense.

    We get presents now on Christmas because the three wise men gave presents at Jesus' birth.

    Ah.

    If I was there when Jesus was born, I would probably thank him and tell him how much that I loved him.

    I would like to give Jesus the gift of keeping the commandments.

    If I was there when Jesus was born, I would thank him.

    That I love him and give him toys.

    Could obey his commandments.

    By doing the right things.

    If I was there when Jesus was born, I would tell him that I love him.

    Because he's special.

    Baby Jesus, And to make him happy.

    The story of his birth makes me just kind of emotional sometimes.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas.

    Merry Christmas, everyone.

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