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Where do you do most of your holiday shopping?

Locally
48% (137 votes)
In Anchorage
14% (40 votes)
Online
33% (94 votes)
Other
4% (12 votes)
Total votes: 283
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Jerry 11/29/11 - 08:43 am
If its Christ mas shopping

If its Christ mas shopping thats in question i don't do much shopping anywhere for the worshipping of the winter soltice sun god on Dec. 25th.

I realize that many say its a GR8 time to acknowledge Christs birth, even though it was a date proclaimed by a Roman Caesar that was feed up with a holiday every month by pagans to their differant sun gods, not Christs "B" day, why Dec. 25?
Its the winter soltice date for the sun, not the Son.

Christ Jesus, was more than likely born during Yahweh, Gods fall Feasts of Trumpets/Rosh Hashana, Atonement/Yom Kippur or Tabernacle/Sukkot, which are in late Sept. early October.
All 7 Feasts of God are mentioned in Leviticus 23; and were a picture of things to come concerning the Messiah, Yeshua, for the Jews & all the World to look foreward to & prepare for.

The Feasts of God have been replaced, forgotten or over shadowed by many pagan feasts such as Easter, Christ mas.
Only the Chosen People, the Jews, celebrate the Feasts of God, with the exception of a few Christians that realize exactly what the Feasts are ment to do.

Christians, either Jewish or Gentile, are actually the only ones that can celebrate the Feasts of God correctly as we believe that Yeshua, Jesus fulfilled or will fulfill all of them at exactly the right time according to Yahweh Gods eternal plan for redemption of All Creation.

If ya want to celebrate Christ, celebrate Chanukkah, the Feastival of Light, as Christ is the Light of the World, the True Son God.
Chanukkah starts Dec. 20th this yr.
Christ mas, its just a time to try and replace Yahweh Gods gift to all mankind, the gift of his son Yeshua, the Only Hope & Faith to Believe in with earthly gifts of material things which shall perrish.

Hope this helps some of you that are missing whats really happening all around us with a mass deceiving of many as to whats True or False in this spiritual battle being waged all around us for our souls daily.

Happy Chanukkah.

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