I just wanted you to know that Santa Claus actually says… Hope! Hope Hope! Merry CHRISTmas!
All of these years we grew up thinking that Santa Claus said… Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas!
Supposedly Santa Claus says “ho, ho, ho” to promote a joyful, happy and laughter-rich image for young children. “Ho, ho, ho” is an onomatopoeia, which is a word that sounds like what it means. It is used as the sound that Santa Claus makes because it is one of the onomatopoeia words for laughter.
Santa Claus is a chubby jolly old guy who wears a red suit and delivers presents to young children on Christmas Eve for their enjoyment and to give them hope and joy during the CHRISTmas season.
But, if we listen more closely to what Santa Clause truly says we can hear him saying… Hope! Hope! Hope! Merry CHRISTmas!
Hope is the feeling that what is wanted can be had or events will turn out for the best.
Santa Claus wants children to have hope and to believe. He wants them to dream, HOPE and believe that good things will and can happen everyday in their lives all year long, not just on Christmas Eve.
Anything is possible if you just believe. Santa Claus really wants children of all ages to just believe. Believe and know Jesus.
Jesus is the real reason for the season.
Have hope and anything is possible. Never give up. There is always hope and if you have hope all things are possible. Just have hope and pray. Jesus always listens and Jesus answers prayers.
16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.