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A Christmas Carol
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Ghost of Christmas Present

Lesson 2
Marley and the
Ghost of Christmas Past

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Ghost of Christmas Future


The Biblical principle is Selfishness, and the key scripture is
Mark 8:36 “What good is it for a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul?”

Meet Scrooge—a man so selfish, not even Christmas puts him in a giving mood. When Bob Cratchit tries to stoke the office fire, Scrooge denies the cold man coal. And when nephew Fred invites him to dinner, Uncle Scrooge rudely refuses. Only later is Scrooge himself at a loss, when the ghostly Jacob Marley appears to accuse his selfish soul.

Marley and the Ghost of Christmas Past

The Biblical principle is Regret, and the key scripture is
Ecclesiastes 3:15 Whatever is has already been, and what will be has been before; and
God will call the past to account.

Scrooge regrets the mistakes of his past—even as he learns that they will haunt his future. First, the ghost of Jacob Marley warns Scrooge that the sins of this Life are punished in the next. Then, the Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge back to the pivotal time when he first chose the love of money over a Life of love—a tragic day, in a past of regret.

Ghost of Christmas Present

The Biblical theme is Repentance, and the key scripture is
2 Corinthians 7:10 Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation
and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.

Scrooge repents of his cynical spirit as this Ghost shows him how Christmas is truly kept. On Christmas Day, the Cratchits prove that while poor in finances, they are rich in family. And Scrooge notes how well they love despite how badly he treats their father Bob. Finally, Scrooge is touched by Tiny Tim, who toasts to Scrooge’s health even as his own fails him.

Ghost of Christmas Future

The Biblical theme is Salvation, and the key scripture is
1 Thessalonians 5:9 For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath
but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.

Scrooge crawls toward salvation as this Ghost foretells of not one but two deaths. And while Scrooge is saddened to see the demise of Tiny Tim, he is distraught to be the death that no one mourns because of the Life he never fully lived. Thus, after facing his death, he is re-born into a new Life—and everyone stands in awe at the salvation of Scrooge.