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How will your celebrate Merry Christmas...

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Asked by raju gandhi, 25 Dec '10 12:06 am
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Hmmm bachho ko ghuma kar laya hoon...............ghar me decoration bhi karna padta hai unko khush rakhne ke liye to decoration bhi karta hoon
Answered by kamal purohit, 25 Dec '10 12:10 am

 
  
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Kuchh nahi karte hum , bas wish kar diya.
Answered by Avantika, 25 Dec '10 12:08 am

 
  
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PARTY with friends nothing special
Answered by humtum, 25 Dec '10 12:07 am

 
  
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Christians have been conditioned to accept that Christmas and Easter are essentially part of the Christian tradition. The fact is that neither is at all Christian and both have their roots in the Mystery cults, the Saturnalia, the worship of the Mother-goddess system and the worship of the Sun god. They are directly contradictory to the Laws of God and His system.

Modern so-called Christianity celebrates two major festivals of Christmas and Easter. One is in December and the other is in March-April. The Bible celebrates no religious festival in December. The March-April festival commanded to be observed by the Bible is called the Passover. It falls in March-April but is not called Easter and does not fall as determined by the calculations for Easter.

More importantly, there are also other festivals commanded by the Bible that are not being kept. The Sabbath, which is the Fourth Commandment, is not kept but the day of the Sun is kept in its stead. How did this happen? How did it a ...more
Answered by SHAD KHAN, 25 Dec '10 12:07 am

 
  
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Putup a star @ home..........make a manger...........go to church.......cook delicious food and have it with the whole family on Christmas Eve.
Answered by rudeegreesh, 25 Dec '10 12:19 am

 
  
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