Here’s how people are celebrating the holiday

Here’s how people are celebrating the holiday

Here’s how people are celebrating the holiday

COAS General Bajwa joined the Christian community at Christ Church, Rawalpindi for Christmas festivities.

Also, a cleric, Istifanus Koce of the ECWA Good News in Kuje, enjoined Christians to emulate Jesus Christ by being humble, show love and promote peaceful co-existence. "The world has nothing to offer us but if we believe in Jesus Christ we will have eternal life".

Groups of young boys and girls present carols in melodious tones which add more charm to the Christmas functions and faces glow with happiness bringing people together to feast, pray, wish each other well and enjoy the moments that are sacred and blessed.

The government of Iraq has declared that December 25th which is Christmas Day will now be recognised as a national holiday in the country to celebrate "the occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ".

"Jesus is the greatest gift God has given to the world; he is our redeemer and our initiator to God".

Bishop Nwokolo in his Christmas message while addressing newsmen in Onitsha called on Christians all over the country to work as one and shun scapegoatism.

Clear, Sunny & Cold For Your Christmas
The best chance for steadier rain will likely be overnight Thursday into Friday with rain lightening up during the day on Friday . The storm could drop as much as 9 inches of snow, but those areas are primarily south of the Bemidji area, the forecast said.

"The security agencies must of necessity redouble their efforts to ensure that the Christmas and New Year celebrations are observed peacefully across the country", Saraki said.

In a statement here today, Chandrababu said Jesus Christ preached peace and wished the welfare of human mankind.

In his Christmas message posted on his Facebook wall, the ex-president said we are the recipients of God's grace in the form of Jesus Christ who is the reason for this season.

"I am happy and thankful to God, for giving me life and health to celebrate Christmas".

But maybe this year we can be better.

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