Skip to comments.A Christmas/Hanukkah message from Amir, following the latest from the Middle East
Posted on 12/22/2019 6:06:22 PM PST by firebrand
Changes in the growing conflict around Syria, with Iran withdrawing troops; Israel and the ICC; more support for Israel among the Sunni nations.
A very nice blending of Hanukkah and Christmas messages, too. Don't be dismayed by what some see as the pagan aspects of Christmas. The true message is definitely there among the symbols if you see it.
There is another video from the past week, which I will post below.
Have a wonderful holiday, everyone, as the central candle and the next candle of the menorah are lit and the rejoicing of Christmas is all around us.
It's a really good one, on the Boris Johnson victory, the chaos in Iran and Lebanon, and the very important paper signed by Russia, as things continue to escalate. More kind words about Trump's support for Israel; a report on a would-be terrorist attack in Denmark that was stopped with the help of Mossad; and more!
Still very timely, even though almost a week old, and in conjunction with today's video, a powerful message about things to come.
Telling The Creator what he get's cheezed about is a bit above my chutzpah. Fear? Respect? Love? Marrying your celebrations with the pagans shows none of these.
I got a kick out of Michael Pearl saying that it’s ok to celebrate Christmas, just make sure you keep Christ out of it.
The original pagan celebration around our Christmastime was because of the growing of the daylight from that point on, which you may know. The establishment of Christmas infuses the concept with the growing of the true light of the world.
And if you watched the video, you realized that the exact center of the lighting of the eight candles is, this year, on Christmas Day, from the light that gives light to all the other candles.
We modern types have a natural fear of pagan symbolism, but pagan practices came from something within us that had yet to reach its ultimate God-given form and meaning. We wanted light, but did not yet have the Messiah. Same with Easter: As pagans, we rejoiced at the return of spring, not realizing that what we really wanted was to be born again.
I follow Amir on Behold Israel and look forward to his messages.
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