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Wishing you and yours a wonderful festival of lights (and birthday). Chag Sameach. Well, I’m a Jewish girl who spent a lifetime surrounded by Christians. I enjoyed getting chocolate bunnies in Easter baskets and placing tinsel on evergreen trees. But not even half as much as I loved watching and listening to my grandmother as she sang prayers while lighting our Hanukah menorah. For Christ-followers (or anyone else interested): Christmas celebrates the birth of a little Jewish baby, Yeshua (or Jesus as we call him in English). Did you know Jesus celebrated Hanukkah?
John 10:22-23 places Jesus in Jerusalem for the Feast of Dedication in the winter. Hanukkah is the Hebrew word for dedication. The Feast of Dedication is the feast of Hanukkah and Jesus celebrated it. Maybe we should too. Actually, there are Christian’s who do. I have family who is Christian and Unicorn Dabbing Hanukkah Shirt church only celebrates Jewish holiday’s. Because Jesus was Jewish and Christian holidays are actually pagan holidays. I’m not sure of the exact branch, I’m sure it is a smaller one, but thought it was something you would be happy to be aware of.