Thank you for the blessings of this Christmas Break.
Since last we gathered in this classroom,
we celebrated the birth of your Son,
we rang in a brand new year,
and we watched the magi give their gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
As we meet in school again,
help us celebrate your Son’s presence in every moment of every day;
inspire us to use this new year to draw closer to you;
and grant us the desire to give our most precious gifts to those in need.
Give us the energy, enthusiasm, and strength
to withstand the doldrums of January, February, and March,
so that when Spring Break comes,
the hard work we have done
will blossom into new achievements, successes, and opportunities.
Grant this through Christ your Son,
the Light of the World,
the hope of the new year,
and your most precious gift to us.
Christmas Messages for Your Teacher: Teaching is one of the greatest professions in the world. Without our teachers, we wouldn’t become a successful person as we can be in the future. They can be strict sometimes but let us understand that these are only strategies that they make to help us focus more with our studies. Teachers also serve as our mentors and guide as we pursue our dreams and goals.
Let us be thankful for they have shared their knowledge with us in a way that would encourage us to finish our studies. We should take occasions like this as an opportunity to express how thankful we are for having them as our teachers. With Christmas messages that show respect and acknowledgement, let us make them happy on Christmas Day.
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Merry Christmas Greetings for Teachers
“May you always serve as an inspiration to us as your students. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“May you always be guided by the Holy Spirit as you continue to teach us in our everyday lessons. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“A good teacher like you deserves to have more blessings as you continue in being a good model to your students. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“You’ve always been a great teacher to all of us. With that, I want to thank you for always teaching us the right thing to do. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“You are not only my teacher, you are also my mentor. Thank you for guiding me in every decision that I make and for giving advises in my problems. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“As we improve our skills and capabilities, we thank you for always helping us in our studies not only as a teacher but also as a friend. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Through your teachings, we learned how to be more responsible and have initiative in everything that we do. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Not only you teach us to have high grades in our studies, but you also taught us how to be a better person. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
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Christmas Messages Greetings for Teachers
“Having wisdom is one of the things you have taught us. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for everything you have taught us inside and outside the class. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“We want to thank you for the patience you have showed us. We may have caused you headaches sometimes, but still you managed to teach us in the nicest way. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Our discussions have always been fun. With your strategies and plans on how to teach us, it really made us understand the lessons and retain it in our minds. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Outside the class you’re just like a student who hangs out with us. Inside the class, you want us to treat you with respect and obey you as your students. We want to salute you for your kindness and professionalism. Thank you and Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Even if I graduate, become a professional, and grow old, I’ll always remember you as the one who taught me how to be a wise man. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“I’ll never forget the teachings you taught us and the experiences you have shared to us. All of these served as an addition to our knowledge and a great lesson for us. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“I’ll always remember that you are one of the people who helped me achieve of what I am going to have and what I am going to be. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
Christmas Card Messages for Teachers
“Teachers are the instruments for the students to learn and become a successful person. And you ma’am, is a one great instrument. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“We may have made you angry. We may have made you cry. We may have made you sad. But despite of it all, I want you to know that we really appreciate your hard work and patience in teaching us. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“We know that our simple “thank you” cannot repay all the knowledge you have given to us, but still we want to express our gratitude by saying THANK YOU for all of it. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Teachers are supposed to teach their students that would help them finish their studies. But you? You did more than that. You taught us not only for our studies, but teachings in life that we’ll carry on for the rest of our lives. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“On this special day, I wish you and your family joy and happiness. May you live a healthy and successful life. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“A teacher always guides the students into the right path to have a successful life. You? You do not only guide us but you also encourage us to achieve our goals and dreams. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“I owe to you everything I achieved today. If not for you, I wouldn’t be the man as successful as today. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
Christmas Wishes for Teacher
“Having you as a teacher is an honor, and I’m very pleased as you share your knowledge with us and help us to be successful in our chosen career. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, may you also be blessed and continue on sharing your teachings to us. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Every day you are with us, your students, sharing your knowledge and learning to us. On this special occasion, it is time to have a break and prepare a feast for your family. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“All of your teachings and learning will remain in our minds even if we will reach the height of our careers. May you keep on being a good role model to all of your students. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“As we are having a break this Christmas season, we want you to know that we already missed you and our everyday lessons. See you soon when the class starts again. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“Thank you for being one of the first teachers that I had. You were the one who taught me how to read and write. Without you, I wouldn’t have learned the way I had for the past years. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“As we celebrate this season, I want to give thanks to the Lord for giving me a teacher like you who is always patient in dealing with his students and hardworking to give the service that any student deserves. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“I may not be the best student in the class, but I want you to know that I have learned a lot from you. I promise that I’m going to use these learning in a good way and to serve the people in the best way I can. Merry Christmas Teacher!”
“The funny thing about the holiday season is that even when it’s cold, hearts like yours become warmer than the usual. I wish the Christmas season grant you more wonderful days.”
“A kind person like you is very hard to gift during the Holiday season. You have so much happiness in you that even the smallest and simplest gift seem like the biggest surprise of your life. I pray that you will always stay this kind of person.”
Many of us are familiar with the notion of saying prayers on Christmas with family, whether it’s before a meal or to simply say “thanks.” What’s even better is getting the children involved!
For children, Christmas prayers can be fun and lighthearted. It’s a good way to entertain them while teaching them about the important principles of Christmas: The birth of Jesus Christ and being thankful for each and everything provided to you. Kids all too often associate Christmas with the wrong things such as presents, Santa Claus, and any other symbolic thing that is not a cross or even remotely related to the birth of Jesus.
Christmas Prayers for Kids
Christmas prayers for children are important because it also teaches them that being thankful goes far beyond Thanksgiving or any holiday, but extends to the heights of the heavens. Whether they decide to write their own to recite, use another’s, or even say a silent prayer, their prayers will be heard by at least one person…
Here are a few sweet prayers for children:
Reason for the Season
Dear Father in Heaven, Thank you for giving us the gift of Jesus, the greatest Christmas gift of all. Please help me to remember why we celebrate, even as we eat Christmas cookies and open presents. Help me to be thankful for the real reason for the season, and without Jesus, we wouldn’t have Christmas anyways! I love you and thank you for giving us this day! Amen!
Dear Jesus, Today, I want to thank you for all you’ve done for me. Thank you for my wonderful parents, brothers and sisters, grandparents, and rest of my family. Thank you for my pets, my room, my teachers at school, my baby sister, and for Christmas. Thank you for Santa Claus on Christmas morning, and the presents that sit under the tree. Thank you for the delicious food Mom has made. And thank you for coming here to save us! In Your name I pray, Amen!
Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday, dear Jesus! Happy birthday to you! Today we celebrate the birth of the most important person ever! Thank you for sharing this day with us, and for giving us the greatest birthday gift, You!
Blessings for Others
Dear Jesus, I know I’m very blessed today, spending time with my family, having a yummy dinner, and getting to open presents, but I know there are many people who won’t get those things today. Please send those people lots of blessings, and let them know that someone was thinking about them on Christmas! Help me see how I can bless other people more too! In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen!
Dear God, Today is my favorite day of the year, and this is my favorite dinner of the year! Thank you for this delicious food, and thank you for the people who made it, and please give me strength to help me clean up after it! Amen!
Kids will have a lot of fun saying a cute prayer to the heavens. Have each kid participate if they wish to so that no child feels left out; after all, it is prayer and everyone should say one! Your best bet is to let them write their own before dinner, while they are caught up in all of the emotions of Christmas. (Be sure to proofread!)
“Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!”
Heavenly Father, Glory, Glory, Glory and Praise and Honor to Your blessed reign. You are God Almighty and Father to the human race.
We come together with our family members and friends on bended knees and we pray and thank You abundantly for Your blessings this great day.
A day we mark our Lord Jesus’s birth as we thank You for this blessed birth, an amazing Gift You promised mankind through the prophets. A birth that would reconcile mankind to You in eternal life and salvation.
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Father, We praise You and we thank You for taking the form of flesh to be with us in the name of Jesus. You made this possible through a virgin called Mary and blessed is she chosen to do Your will on earth.
Isaiah 9:6 –
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.
Father, we place our heartfelt thanks to You as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Prince of Peace, Lord of Lords and King of Kings.
As we enter into the holiest of seasons, let us think back to a much simpler time. A time when, as children, we were taught the story of Lord Jesus’s birth. And, as we grew, we learned of His teachings and ministry throughout the world. Now as adults, we have the ability to pass on Your word and story to our children in order that they will come to love You our God and Lord Jesus as our Savior.
He is the true reason for the season
Help us celebrate Jesus and know that He is the true reason for the season. We pray not to be caught in the beauty and exploitation of world in Lord Jesus’s birth, but to remember the Humble Savior lying in a manger. Help us remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and worship of the wise men.
We pray to truly reflect on the reason for His blessed birth. We pray to reflect on our own lives and come in repentance. May our hearts reconcile as we lay our failings at the feet of Lord Jesus and celebrate His mystical birth.
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Christmas Prayer – Loving one another as He Loved Us
We pray to understand His call to love one another as He Loved us. We earnestly pray to close the doors of hate and open the door of love all over the world.
May we reach out to each child with the message of His Love, Mercy and Grace and show them what the true meaning of Christmas is to us all. Let kindness come with every gift and good desires with every greeting. May we take this time to extend our gifts to the poor and the lonely and bring His love to them.
We pray for all those who are not able to be with their families in this joyous season. May we reach those we can and extend the Love and Peace of Lord Jesus.
Deliver us from evil by the blessings which Lord Jesus brings, and teach us to be glad with clear hearts in this season of peace.
May the Christmas morning make us happy to be Thy children, and Christmas evening bring us to our beds with grateful thoughts, forgiving one another and feeling the true love and peace of Lord Jesus with us.
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We pray in the blessed name of Jesus, Amen!