What do you think the term “Saving Christmas” means based on Kirk Cameron's Movie?
If you read Backwards its says "Christmas Saving". Christmas Saves our emotions, relations values by joining us all as one.
That is such a nice saying! I love it! Without Christmas every year, that is our celebration of Santa Claus and the Christmas Tree and all the trimming regarding Jesus. It’s a reminder, so why not. Worship the Lord, Our God they way you know. Let’s not change anything. Put the Spring Back in YOUR STEP. I'd be dead without the Christmas. I love Christmas. We Celebrate it Great in the United States.
Kirk Cameron is amazing in this movie. He speaks regarding intriguing stuff relating to Jesus. Things you would not have imagined before! Of Course, It's a love budget movie, except, it is great. It's a family movie, You will laugh a lot too.
Happy New Year, Have a HAPPY And a Healthy One. I went to a party last night wearing a beautiful gown to celebrate with my neighbors. I had a few sips of beer, ha ha.
Well you know the mas in Christ mas got its orientation from WEST INDIAN state, that my home land Subcontinent , some people say its means death and i strongly opposed as Jesus Christ Is till Alive, watching us. II think it points to some occasion. and yes you are write Dear Craan, Can't Imagine world without Christmas, its like kidnapping Happiness from the World.
Happy 2015 New Year to you as well. I wish I could of Joined you. I love Parting. Please can you send me some pictures of yours in gown. I promise you look Ravishing in it. Beer hmmmm Plz dont take much its harmful for you. little little is ok. Cheers.
I am sorry I can't and I won't! All the pictures of me are posted on line.
by Greg Sereda 5 years ago
With so many elements of Christmas being distinctly pagan:Dec. 25 - Birthday of the Pagan Sun God, MithraChristmas Tree - Pagan IdolSanta Clause - A lie and anti-christ in every sense of the wordShould Christians celebrate Christmas?
by Larry Slawson 21 months ago
Is the celebration of Christmas, Biblical?I recently wrote a Hub article that discusses the Biblical nature of Christmas, and it got me to thinking: Do you feel as though the celebration of Christmas is sanctioned by the Bible? Why or why not?
by retellect 6 years ago
Is Jesus still the reason we celebrate Christmas?
by chambersgirl21 8 years ago
So many people around the world celebrate Christmas by buying Christmas trees decking them with gold and silver ornaments, hanging lights on their houses, spending thousands of dollars on presents, creating that fictional charachter of Santa Clause for their children, milk and cookies, reindeers...
by Precious Pearl 8 years ago
What would Jesus do to celebrate His birthday? We all know that it is really not His birthday but go with me here ... I just wrote a hub ... Christ & Christmas. Tell me what you think ... what would He do?
by thomasczech 4 years ago
To say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays"?Some people say that we ought to say "Happy Holidays" to not offend some people. Others say that it offends Christians to not say "Merry Christmas" and that there would be no holiday this time of year if it were...
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