Webster's Dictionary defines merry as… "full of cheer-joyous in disposition or spirit, festive." When Merry is placed before Christmas, it usually means "Have a cheerful Christmas!" or "Enjoy Christmas and have a festive time!" Since the stresses and trials of life that weigh upon our souls every other month of the year don't take a break for December, we should ask, “What is it that inspires cheerfulness at Christmas?" or "What’s so merry about Christmas?"Today we begin a new Christmas series focusing on the lives of several characters who played a role in Christ's birth. Their part in God's plan helps us better understand where our joy comes from in December...as well as every other month of the year.
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