Wednesday, December 7, 2011

"Merry Christmas" is Preferred by Customers

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. -Isaiah 9:6

The Christian Post (; 12-5-2011) reported,

“A recent Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 70 percent of American adults prefer retailers to use ‘Merry Christmas’ signs. Twenty-four percent of those polled would rather see ‘Happy Holidays.’ According to the survey, many adults across almost all demographic groups prefer ‘Merry Christmas,’ with young adults feeling as strong as older adults.”

I hope and pray more retail stores and even Christians themselves realize it can be more offensive to refuse to use the word Christmas at Christmas.

Stores, prominently display your “Merry Christmas” signs. Tell your employees they can actually wish their customers a “Merry Christmas.”

May we all remember and emphasize the true, biblical meaning of Christmas.

So this month I wish all a Merry, Christ-honoring Christmas!

-David R. Brumbelow, Gulf Coast Pastor, December 7, AD 2011.


  1. AMEN and AMEN pastor David! I wish the liberal media would share the results of this survey. If anyone needs a gift idea, your book "Ancient Wine & The Bible" is a GREAT book and easy to read. David, I pray you and your family will have a blessed CHRISTmas too!

  2. Thanks, Brenda. And I pray the same for you and your family.

    Thanks for the comment about "Ancient Wine and the Bible." Please pray the advertising will be effective and word will get out about this book.
    David R. Brumbelow


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