Christmas trees are synonymous with evergreen trees, which thrive throughout the winter. The leaves remain green even though there is a lot of snow on it. Therefore the identical Christmas tree is interpreted as hope and life.
In addition, according to history the creation of the tradition of this Christmas tree originated in Germany, namely from Saint Boniface, the propagator of Christianity in Germany. He was furious when in the middle of his visit met a group of people who were worshiping the oak tree (Saxon). So, he cut down the oak tree. Miracles happen, from the roots of fallen trees that grow sprout shoots. This incident is believed to be a sign of Christian faithfulness to his faith.