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I remember my aunt saying that Christmas helps the economy, and I find helps the Jewish business men.
Interesting to me that Jewish merchants were selling religious images especially since Christians are supposed to be walking by faith and Not by sight (sighted images) as per 2 Corinthians 5:7.
I too think of Christmas as a non-biblical tradition and clearly a later tradition, but since Jesus' forewarns that worship is in vain by following men's traditions as mentioned at Matthew 15:9 then what has been re-named as Christmas by men falls into that category.
Seems as if Jesus meant that God smiles on his children when we remember His Son in a special way at the time of the year when Jesus gave the instructions at Luke 22:19 as to how and when to remember him.
We follow Luke 22:19 in our sacrament meetings on Sunday. That is an example of a scriptural admonition to remember Jesus in a specific way. I would be remiss if I stopped doing that. But I see nothing in the Bible that discourages one from celebrating the birth of Jesus on December 25 every year. Again, I do believe that the "spirit of Christmas" is evidence of divine favor on the tradition (to the extent that the tradition is celbrated in a Christ like manner).