It's about 12:45 AM and Santa hasn't arrived yet. I need to talk to him about those reindeer droppings on my roof last year.
We went to an afternoon service Christmas Eve before traveling into the city for dinner at the home of my brother-in-law. The pastor's sermon was based on 1 Timothy 1:15
"Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners---of whom I am the worst."
It is, of course, that section I emboldened, the point of His coming. It was the purpose of His having been born 2000-some years ago that we celebrate His birth every December 25th. There's no Easter without Christmas.
Anyway, the pastor suggested greeting people with the emboldened part during these holy-days rather than "Merry Christmas". The associate pastor looked forward to employing that verse in response to those who say "Happy Holidays".
To all who visit here, may God richly bless you. Merry Christmas.