Life without Integrity - is a life of uncertainty

Santa Clause

Let’s be honest  …  Santa Claus takes ones focus off Jesus Christ – at a VERY Early age, there is no one flying around in a sleigh delivering presents through Chimneys. We all know that. Thus, it is in fact a Lie.      Yep, an untruth.

You maybe saying and ready to hit me over the head , HEY thats not right – Santa clause is a fun fantasy. Santa Clause is fun for the children and something they can understand.

Let’s back that truck up for a moment, please  : )  Do you truly think that a young child would not understand the warm , real , true story of the Birth of Jesus the Christ in a manger ? 

Take a look at this: The Jesus Film for Children  and ask yourself how nice this will be to gather together with some apple cider / hot chocolate and watch with my child / Children /Grand Children

Why do Parents not celebrate only the birth of Jesus Christ at Christmas and express to their children the truth about Santa Clause and teaching / sharing the reality ( truth ) of the birth of Christ with their children ?

The major problem about Santa Claus is it DINGS the foundation of trust the child has for its parents at – yes – again – a very young age.   Think about this …. even though your children may never say anything to you  ….

As they grow older ; Why / How could Mom and Dad lie to me – telling me for years Santa Clause was real ?   

How do I know what they are saying to me now , is true ?   They say Jesus Christ is real and I should believe in HIM, why , after all Santa Claus is not real… yet they said he was… Will I ever know ?

Remind yourself who is the father of all lies ? read John 8:44

Dictionary;   Lie 


  1. a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood. Synonyms: prevarication, falsification. Antonyms: truth.
  2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture
  3. an inaccurate or false statement; a falsehood.
  4. the charge or accusation of telling a lie

 verb (used without object), lied, ly·ing.

  1. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, Synonyms: prevaricate, fib.
  2. to express what is false; convey a false impression.

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