Next, he pulled from his bag a gift and said, "Teach the children that God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son so that he who believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. Thanks be to God for His unspeakable gift."
"Teach the children that the wise men bowed before the holy babe and presented him with gold, frankincense and myrrh. We should always give gifts in the same spirit as the wise men."
Santa then reached into his bag and pulled out a candy cane and hung it on the tree. "Teach the children that the candy cane represents the Shepherd's crook. The crook on the staff helps to bring back strayed sheep to the flock. The candy cane is a symbol that we are our brother's keeper."
He reached in again and pulled out an Angel. "Teach the children that it was the Angels that heralded in the glorious news of the Savior's birth. The Angels sang Glory To God in the Highest, on Earth Peave and Goodwill toward Men."
Lastly, he pulled out a bell. "Teach the children that as lost sheep are found by sound, it should ring mankind to the fold. The bell symbolizes guidance and return."