A Channeled Message from St. Nicholas; The Wisdom of Christmas
If you celebrate Christmas, chances are you may have found some presents under the Christmas tree, and perhaps you may even believe that those mysterious presents came from a jolly old man in a furry, red suit.
Of course throughout the world St. Nicholas has a lot of names, including Santa Claus, Sinter Klaas, Kris Kringle, Noel Baba, – and of course St. Nicholas. But whether you choose to believe or not, St. Nicholas was an actual person. His real name – Nicholas of Myra.
Nicholas of Myra, was born in the city of Patara in the region of Lycia (on the south coast of the Asia Minor peninsula), and was the only son of wealthy, and spiritually devoted parents Theophanes and Nonna. History states that as a young child Nicholas’ parents encouraged him to study the Scriptures and to pray. And later, being deeply devoted to his spiritual beliefs Nicholas vowed to live what he had learned.
Eventually Nicholas became a monk and devoted himself to God, later becoming the Archbishop of Myra in Lycia. It is unknown when St. Nicholas was canonized, however history records that he was well known for the many good deeds he did (many of which was done in secret), as well as the love and generosity he shared whenever he found a need.
As the Christmas celebration is fast approaching, I felt led to channel the wisdom of St. Nicholas in order to not only help you to discover what really lies underneath the story of Santa Claus, but to also let St. Nicholas himself share with you the wisdom of this holiday season.