This book is neither meant to justify December 25th as the birth day of Jesus nor justify the different practices during the season. If you do not see December 25th as more special than other days, you have not done badly and if you take the day as special you have not done better either. Hence, we shall not engage ourselves in endless arguments on Christmas which will serve as a distraction from the meat or essence of Jesus’ birth. Rather, we intend making an excellent use of this time to look into the essence of the birth of Jesus Christ. Many believers probably do not know the in-depth of the essence of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. For instance, if you were asked the essence of His birth, you will probably say He was born to save us and that is not wrong. But there are further questions. Must He be born to save us? Is there no other way? What are the peculiarities surrounding His birth? Why was He born by a virgin? Why was He not born of the union of a man and woman? These questions, among other ones, will be answered in the course of this book, as this is the focus of the book—to let us understand the essence or significance of the birth of Jesus and the peculiarities surrounding His birth. Thus, this book has just one chapter with 5 hashtags. And I strongly believe you will not but add value and virtue to yourself reading this book.