But regardless of your stance there, no one can deny that the willingness of today’s society to overtly display the Jesus-side of Christmas is steadily on the decline. From the “Merry Christmas” to “Happy Holidays” switcharoo to replacing nativity scenes with Santa and reindeer, we’ve all seen it.
But a McDonald’s in Spring Hill, Tenn., did something that has shattered that politically correct mold by painting a nativity scene on their storefront window. And this isn’t just any nativity scene…
Notice on the sides that the words “His Name Is Jesus” and “Rejoice” are boldly written.
One woman was so excited that she snapped a photo that has since been shared on Facebook thousands of times!
“Drove by and did a double-take,” wrote Amy Basel of Spring Hill, Tennessee. “Growing up in the mitten, you would NEVER see this. Tennessee McDonald’s…you made my day. ‘His name is Jesus.'”
Though I can’t speak for all of them, it looks like this McDonald’s is sure spreadin’ the love and real meaning of Christmas in more ways than one. They could’ve used the space to display a 2 for $2 double cheeseburger special, but I think proclaiming the name of Jesus as Lord to oncoming patrons is a much better use of that prime window real estate. 😉
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