(Salt Lake City)- Millions throughout the world are bringing out the ‘Christ’ in Christmas. The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held their annual Christmas devotional, Sunday evening. The LDS church broadcast the meeting in several languages, but 21,000 members also showed up to take part in person. LDS leaders instructed people on how to spread what they call ‘true Christmas spirit.’ That includes serving others, reflecting on Jesus Christ’s birth, and remembering the holy parents, Mary and Joseph. “When we live the attributes demonstrated by this holy family on a daily basis, we will, in fact, be celebrating Christmas every day of the year,” said Richard J. Maynes, who serves in the LDS Presicency of the Seventy. “When we see shepherds, may we remember to be humble. When we see wise men, may we remember to be generous. When we see the star, may we remember the light of Christ, which gives life and light to all things,” said Bonnie L. Oscarson, LDS General Young Women President.