Thursday, 8 December 2016


Do Not “Celebrate Christmas”, but Celebrate The Birth of The LORD (The Messiah) Jesus Christ. Let me Reiterate that There Is Nothing Wrong with Celebrating The Birth of The Messiah Jesus Christ. You can Celebrate it any Day (Every Day actually), including December 25th. It thus should not be a moment to indulge in Drunkardness, Sexual Immoralities and other Sins.

25th December is not the exact day that The Messiah Jesus Christ was born, but it is not out of Order to Celebrate His Birthday on any Day (every Day actually), including even on 25th December.

When you essentially Celebrate The Birth of The Messiah Jesus Christ and not “Celebrate Christmas”, then it will indeed be a moment for you to Reflect on The Love of The LORD God Almighty and also on The Blood & The Cross of Calvary; and indeed, on Eternal Life derived therein for those who Believe and Accept The LORD Jesus Christ as their LORD, Master and Saviour.


Isaiah 9: 6-9 ‘“For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of His government and peace There will be no end, Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, To order it and establish it with judgment and justice From that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.”’


Your Brother in Christ Jesus, and a Shepherd of The LORD,

Kevin Mirasi


  1. the devil tricks the word Xmas replacing CHRISTmas. Let Christmas be filled with loving toward CHRIST THE MESSIAH.

    1. Amen brother let us keep Christ in CHRISTmas.

  2. Christ- mass actually means 'Christ-death' thanks to the pope who decided to change Saturnalia (the popular pagan celebration) into Christ-mass.

  3. As the story goes Jesus was conceived in the womb of his mother Mary on December 25th and not actually born on this date as many are led to believe.

    December 25th takes significance because on this day Jesus the son of God came into the world in human form with a mission to save us from our sins so that we can receive eternal salvation.  This gesture to save the human race after our first parents Adam and Eve messed up in the Garden of Eden is worthy of celebration not just on Christmas day but every day as Prophet Kevin alluded.

  4. He told a sister in Christ that He was conceived at Hanukkah (any time from the end of Nov. to Dec) - the date changes every year, according to the Moon Calendar......this year it seems it may be very late, to be near the 25th..... This is very special then...for people to just celebrate His Birth...those who know about the time of it and those who don't know/don't want to know/change their, HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS! And HAPPY JESUS-FEAST everybody!