Amid cries the food industry is taking Christ out of Christmas, one chain restaurant is shaking things up, and the result has gone viral.
A photo of the nativity painted on a Tennessee McDonald's now boasts more than 103,500 likes, 71,000 shares and nearly 7,000 comments.
"His name is Jesus," reads the first window pane, followed by a cow, the virgin Mary, baby Jesus, a shepherd and a sheep, while "Rejoice" finishes out the display.
Michigan-native Amy Basel says she did a double take when she drove by.
"Growing up in the mitten, you would NEVER see this," Basel says. "Tennessee McDonald's...you made my day. 'His name is Jesus.'"
The thousands of comments on the photo include everything from "Praise God!" to "yeah!" to "Happy birthday, Jesus!"
It's certainly heart-warming to see the birth of Christ celebrated like this.
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