Christ is the light at Christmas

Joy to the world, the Lord has come. Yes, for the year 2020, we may have been crippled by the coronavirus, but the spirit of Christmas must be kept alive.

Jan 09, 2021

Dear Editor,
Joy to the world, the Lord has come. Yes, for the year 2020, we may have been crippled by the coronavirus, but the spirit of Christmas must be kept alive. Kudos to the Parishes which have lighted up their Churches like fairylands to show the world that Christ is alive today, despite the darkness of coronavirus. Let Jesus be the light to the darkness of the world, as light is associated with creation.

This idea of light over darkness is biblical and it’s a timely reminder to many of us who went through a tough period in one way or another as we adjusted to the global pandemic. There is no denying that the darkness of coronavirus has come to plunge the world into horror, closing Churches, disrupting activities, depressing economies, creating layoffs and denying the social needs of mankind. We have never experienced anything like this before.

In John 8:12, Jesus said, “I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”

Light will always conquer darkness. Keep your Christmas spirit brightly lit. Let Jesus be the Light of the World. Finding light in the darkness means finding hope in times of despair.

Lawrence Foo
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