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December 22, 2022

throwback Thursday

keep calm
it’s not the end of the world

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

we hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office

~ Aesop

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You know it’s a bad day
when you get your wiener stuck in the snow

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Did you know?
No one for the first three centuries celebrated the Messiah’s birthday at all?

It was first created by pagans
336 AD

link: theglobaldispatch
The Truth of Genesis: The True Birthday of Jesus, the Messiah
…in the article, it mentions Genesis 1 as the first revelation in the Bible of the Lord Jesus (Yesuha), I think he meant Genesis 10-11
(Noah, Shem, the tower of Babel). The article is good and explains a lot.

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So then how did December 25 come to be the date that most all Christians recognize as the birth date of Christ? We quote from Jesus Christ Our Promised Seed: “In 274 A.D., the Romans designated December 25 as the birthday of the unconquered sun, being the time when the sun begins noticeably to show an increase in light, resulting in longer daylight hours. By 336 A.D., the church in Rome was adapting this festival, spiritualizing its significance as a reference to Jesus Christ and calling it the ‘Feast of the Nativity of the Sun of Righteousness.’ Attempting to Christianize and incorporate the pagan traditions of antiquity, the church in Rome adopted this midwinter holiday celebrating the birth of the sun god as one of its own observances, somewhat changing its significance, but retaining many customs of the pagan festival. As the Roman church spread its influence religiously and militarily, this holiday of December 25 became the most popular date in Christendom to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A special mass was established for Christ, hence, the name, ‘Christmass,’ abbreviated ‘Christmas.’”

take care
stay safe
much love

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