Nữ Hoàng Anh Chúc Mừng Giáng Sinh (2020)
Every year we herald the coming of Christmas by turning on the lights. And light does more than create a festive mood—light brings hope. For Christians, Jesus is ‘the light of the world’
Today, our front-line services still shine that lamp for us—supported by the amazing achievements of modern science—and we owe them a debt of gratitude. We continue to be inspired by the kindness of strangers and draw comfort that—even on the darkest nights—there is hope in the new dawn.
Jesus touched on this with the parable of the Good Samaritan. The man who is robbed and left at the roadside is saved by someone who did not share his religion or culture. This wonderful story of kindness is still as relevant today. Good Samaritans have emerged across society showing care and respect for all, regardless of gender, race or background, reminding us that each one of us is special and equal in the eyes of God.
The teachings of Christ have served as my inner light, as has the sense of purpose we can find in coming together to worship.
Queen Elizabeth II
December 25, 2020
Thư Viện Tin Lành (2020)