Christmas is Full of Lights
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Christmas is Full of Lights

Christmas is full of lights. Christmas lights are lit but are we spreading the light? Being plugged into His light? We decorate our homes, Christmas Trees, businesses and more with Christmas lights. However, do we spread our light of Christ too?

Christmas Carol Spotlight: Up on the Housetop - The history of and lyrics to "Up on the Housetop." #UpOnTheHousetop
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Christmas Carol Spotlight: Up on the Housetop

Christmas Carol Spotlight: Up on the Housetop – The history of and lyrics to “Up on the Housetop.” #UpOnTheHousetop

The meaning of the menorah - Menorahs are a prominent symbol of Chanukah, are seven-branched candelabras that have been used in Jewish worship since ancient times. #Menorah
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The meaning of the menorah

The meaning of the menorah – Menorahs are a prominent symbol of Chanukah, are seven-branched candelabras that have been used in Jewish worship since ancient times. #Menorah

Linus shares What Christmas Is All About
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Linus Drops His Blanket sharing what Christmas is All About

This is a video segment from A Charlie Brown Christmas. Charlie Brown asked if anyone can tell him what Christmas is really about and Linus gives it to him real. Linus drops his security blanket too! He breaks out scripture to explain about Jesus’s birth as found in the Gospel of Luke Chapter 2 #CharlieBrown #CharlieBrownChristmas #Linus #ChristmasStory

Scoorge An Example of a New Creation
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Scrooge, An Example of a New Creation

The Bible says that with Christ we are a new creation, a total change, Scrooge, is a great example of a new creation. The old is gone and the new is here. People will notice this change too. #Scrooge #Christmas #NewCreation

Leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus - The practice of leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus is a Christmas Eve tradition.
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Leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus

Leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus – The practice of leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus is a Christmas Eve tradition.

The History of Christmas Lights - Holiday celebrants employ Christmas lights in various ways. Certain individuals may be content to hang lights on their Christmas trees and call their decorating complete. Others may get their holiday jollies by making sure each square inch of their home is covered in twinkling lights. Still, other people prefer the more subdued effect of lights framing one picture window of the house.
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The History of Christmas Lights

The History of Christmas Lights – Holiday celebrants employ Christmas lights in various ways. Certain individuals may be content to hang lights on their Christmas trees and call their decorating complete. Others may get their holiday jollies by making sure each square inch of their home is covered in twinkling lights. Still, other people prefer the more subdued effect of lights framing one picture window of the house.

The meaning of Ivy, Berries and the Wreath Printable
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Ivy Berries Wreath Meaning

Ivy Berries Wreath Meaning. A wreath is always popular during Christmas including wreaths with ivy and berries. Do you know what ivy, berries and wreath mean or symbolic of? Includes free printable version.

M&M Christmas Poem Jar
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M&M Christmas Poem Jars

Check out this creative idea for Christmas using M&M’s, a jar, decoration and a simple Christmas Poem to make A M&M Christmas Poem Jar. Just move the M to make a M, W, 3 and E. #ChristmasPoem #ChristmasPoemJars

The First Wrapped Gift
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The First Wrapped Gift

This blog post talks about the first wrapped gift and even what the best wrapped gift ever given. Merry Christmas! #WrappedGift

The Colors of Christmas
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The Colors of Christmas

The colors of Christmas are often taken for granted, and many celebrants are unaware of how these colors became symbols of the Christmas season and why they remain so to this day. There are many colors we see a lot during Christmas. So what are the colors of Christmas and what to they mean? #Christmas #ChristmasColors #ColorsofChristmas

Christmas Carol Spotlight: O Come All Ye Faithful - The history of and lyrics to "O Come, All Ye Faithful." #OComeAllYeFaithful
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Christmas Carol Spotlight: O Come All Ye Faithful

Christmas Carol Spotlight: O Come All Ye Faithful – The history of and lyrics to “O Come, All Ye Faithful.” #OComeAllYeFaithful

The History of Christmas Stockings
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The History of Christmas Stockings

The History of Christmas Stockings. The hanging of Christmas stockings is a tradition with an extensive history. Several legends attribute the hanging of stockings to different people or events. Here is a look at some of the stories that have made Christmas stockings so popular.

North Pole
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North Pole – Did you know?

North Pole – Did you know? While it might be synonymous with Santa Claus and cold weather, the North Pole is actually much warmer than the South Pole. #NorthPole #Christmas

The Christmas Story Using Candy - A fun and eatable way to share the Christmas Story by using candy and chocolates. #CandyChristmasStory
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The Christmas Story Using Candy

The Christmas Story Using Candy – A fun and eatable way to share the Christmas Story by using candy and chocolates. #CandyChristmasStory Includes A Free Printable Version.

Christmas Symbols - This is a list of Christmas Symbols that we know of and see around Christmas Time. #ChristmasSymbols
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Christmas Symbols

Christmas Symbols – This is a list of Christmas Symbols that we know of and see around Christmas Time. #ChristmasSymbols

National Cookie Day #NationalCookieDay
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National Cookie Day

National Cookie Day is Friday, December 4. Find out a little bit about this “unofficial” holiday, plus some information about cookies and even places to score a free cookie. #NationalCookieDay

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The Giving of Gifts as Part of Christmas

The Giving of Gifts as Part of Christmas – Part of Christmas is the giving of gifts and even receiving of gifts. Why do we give gifts as part of this Holiday tradition?

Santa letter-writing secrets - Although Santa Claus does a thorough job of making sure children's treats are delivered on the same night, sometimes he needs assistance with reading and responding to the thousands upon thousands of letters sent to him each year. That is why he often relies on an extensive list of helpers to handle much of his holiday correspondence.
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Santa letter-writing secrets

Santa letter-writing secrets – Although Santa Claus does a thorough job of making sure children’s treats are delivered on the same night, sometimes he needs assistance with reading and responding to the thousands upon thousands of letters sent to him each year. That is why he often relies on an extensive list of helpers to handle much of his holiday correspondence.

National Sock Day - Yes there is a day for those socks we put on our feet to keep them warm. #SockDay
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National Sock Day

National Sock Day – Yes there is a day for those socks we put on our feet to keep them warm. #SockDay