How will Jesus react if he comes back and there is no Christmas?

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    I mean the conservatives will have it pulmb wiped out by then and it will only be a commercial buying spree holiday.
     
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    Wait. Isn't it that way already?
     
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    It really doesn't matter. The Man Born of Woman named Jesus was NOT born on Christmas. There was no tax, there was no census. Christmas was originally a Pagan Holiday (same as Easter for that matter).


    Jesus was BORN HOMELESS and DIED HOMELESS.
     
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    I don't think that Jesus was born homeless. Did Mary not live in a house? Yes. Jesus chose to be homeless to spread the word of God. He had many homes.
     
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    Taking the "Birth" of Jesus as biblical, yes he was born homeless. There was no room at the inn, Jesus was born in a stable (Homeless) and died Homeless, being a traveling Rabbi.

    His last years he was Homeless by choice.
     

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