Putting the Holy back in the Holidays

It has been a multi-generational process of removing God from the hearts and minds of the people, especially the children. We have lost the cohesive bond of what it means to be American, of our morals, and of what is right and wrong. The repercussions have been devastating on society such as the rampant crime, senseless murders and shooting, broken families, lower standard of living, and a mounting pile debt.

Predictably, and biblically throughout history when a people and nation reject God is not without consequence, especially on the next generation (the children). Many parents have not taught their children about God, but of the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, or of Santa Claus and Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. The anti-God forces are truly the Grinch that stole Christmas.

It’s time that we restored the spirit to the Holy Days and the true reason for the season. It is time we reject the Godless of today’s society and its commercialism.

Pagan and Secular Humanism Holiday Counterfeits, Fairy Tales, Fables, Myths, and other Celebrations

Traditional Christian Holidays and Celebrations

December:

Dec.  ~ 21-22 – Winter Solstice

Dec. 23 – Human Light Celebration (Humanist)

Dec. 24-25 – Santa Claus, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Grinch that Stole Christmas

Dec. 26-Jan. 1 – Kwanzaa – (Made up Holiday)

Dec. 31 – New Years Eve – Party Evening

January:

Jan. 5 – Epiphany

 

February:

Feb. 2 – Ground Hogs Day

Feb. 2 – Imbolc or Imbolg

Feb. – 14 – Valentine’s Day

Feb — President’s Day (Third Monday of February)

Feb. 29 – Darwin Day

March:

Mar. March Madness Basketball Tournament brackets

Mar. 17 – Saint Patrick’s Day – Wear Green Drink Beer

Mar. 20-21 – Spring (Vernal) Equinox

Mar. – Glitter Ash Wednesday. (A sacrilegious against God. An attempt by some within the LBGT movement to profane Christ.

 

April:

Apr. 1 – April Fools Day

Apr.  — The Easter Bunny, Easter Eggs

Apr. 15  – Tax Day

Apr. 22 – Earth Day

Apr. — Arbor Day  

May:

May. 1 – May Day – Pagan & Communist Holiday

Apr. 30 – May 1 – Beltaine Festival

May. 5 – Cinco de Mayo – Is a regional Mexican holiday to celebrate their victory over the Spanish at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. In the United States is celebrated as a drinking holiday, and covertly without the public’s knowledge, a way to get them to celebrate the birthday of Karl Marx who is considered to be the father of communism.

May. — Mother’s Day – (Second Sunday of May)

May. — Memorial Day

June:

Jun. — Father’s Day (Third Sunday of June)

Jun. 21-22 – Summer Solstice

Jun. 18-21 – Litha

Jun. 21 – World Humanist Day

 

July:

Jul. 4 – Independence Day – Three Day Weekend – Food & Fire Works

 

August:

July 31 – August 1 – Lughnasa

 

September:

Sept. — Labor Day (First Monday in Sept.)

Sept. 22-23 Autumnal Equinox

 

October:

Oct. 31 – Samhain

Oct. 31 – Halloween

 

November:

Nov. 11 – Veterans Day  

Nov. 27 – Turkey Day

Nov. 27 – Black Friday – Shopping Day

Nov. 30 – Cyber Monday – Shopping Day

December:

 Dec. 8 – Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Patroness of the United States of America.

Dec. 12 – Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Dec. 24   Christmas Eve – Birth of Jesus Christ

Dec. 25   Christmas Day

Dec. 31   New Year’s Eve – Reflection on the previous year and the one to come. New Years Resolution

January:

Jan. 1 Solemnity of Mary Mother of God

Jan. 7 – Russian Christmas

February:

Feb. 2 – Candlemas Day (Pesentation of Jesus at the Temple( (Christian Festival of Light)

Feb. 14 – Saint Valentine – (Roman Saint and Martyr)

Feb. 22 – Washington’s Birthday

March:

Mar. 17 – Saint Patrick’s Day (Feast of Patron Saint of Ireland)

Mar. — Ash Wednesday

April:

Apr. — Palm Sunday

Apr. — Good Friday

Apr. — Easter

Apr. — Divine Mercy Sunday

May:

May. – The National Day of Prayer (First Thursday of May)

May. — Memorial Day – (A Day of Remembrance of Those Who Lost Their Lives in War)

June:

Jun. –– Pentecost Sunday

Jun. 24 – St. John the Baptist Day

July:

Jul. 4 – Independence Day –

August:

Aug. Assumption of Mary

September:

 

October:

Oct. 12 – Columbus Day

November:

Nov. 1 All Saints Day

Nov. 2 All Souls Day

Nov. 11 – Veterans Day

Nov. – Dec. – Hanukkah

Nov. 27 – Thanksgiving Day

Christ and Common Sense: The dark side of Halloween Pastor - Tim Dinkins

“… At the root, those connected with the occult world desire to have power and control like God. They are willing to dabble in forms of witchcraft because they like the feeling of power and independence it provides.

Halloween is undeniably connected with the occult. Oct. 31 was chosen because of the ancient Celtic ritual of Samhain. It was the day that celebrated the end of fall and the beginning of winter. The orange and black of Halloween comes from the orange of autumn and the black of winter. Samhain was known as the day when the veil between the demonic world and the natural world was at its thinnest.

All Hallows Eve was established on Oct. 31 to distract from Samhain. It was supposed to prepare people for All Saints Day, which falls on Nov. 1. Instead of distracting from it, the name was shortened to Halloween, from All Hallows Eve, and the traditions became even stronger.”

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