Think on this: “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven!” (Matthew 5:16)
Pray like this: Father, since all Biblical feasts and festivals have the fulfillment in Jesus, help Christians to feel free to participate, in Jesus name, AMEN!
Thank you for this wonderful explanation I can forward to guest who declined the Hanukkah event last night, bu the ones who came had the Holy Spirit with them and we were all so blessed.
I have tom respecfully disgree with Hanukkah. There is an inferemce bthat Christianjs come u8nder the law . That is true but we also have a savior who brings us into His Kingdomj in thsi life to spare us the conequences of violating the alw. The Jews do not have that. It is fine to celebrate Hanukkah as it appears in the Bible but do not believe for a moment that Hanukkah is oart of Christianity like Easter or Christmas. This belongs to the Jews not the Christians.