significance of christmas decorations &how to share love and light to others this season…
” the true spirit of christmas is love ”
Every year we celebrate, busting jingles all over the place Christmas lights shining bright sitting so gracefully on the evergreen tree or maybe white you decide your vibe which ever,
We look forward to the warmth of reuniting with family, the excitement of unboxing presents, finally after days of trying to guess and wondering what’s inside the box with your name.
The presents make the atmosphere merry but the variety of food, cookies , cakes and christmas candies are too tasty to resist. I always look forward to that too no doubt…
But…. what is the reason for the season The simple answer is the celebration of love and redemption which we have freely received from our ever loving father. This redemption is not biased therefore the redemption is for everybody, thus christmas is for everybody and no one should be excluded because we as individuals have all being redeemed through the sacrifice of Jesus.
In this season we are to share love, positivity, kindness and joy. Reach out to someone next to you and be a blessing. It doesn’t matter if you can’t afford a present ‘its not what’s under the tree that matters it’s who’s gathered around it’. You may not even have a tree but don’t let that stop you keep your spirits up, be merry and spread love it’s what’s really in your heart that matters.
Almost every place you go to now has a hint of christmas decorations, i always grew up with the idea that during christmas decorations had to be hung up it was the ‘Christmas tradition’ but i didn’t really have a clear idea of the significance of those decorations. so we will briefly scheme through some very Common symbols in Christmas decor and get to know their significance.
The star which is usually placed on the top most part of the tree signifies the prophecy of Jesus coming as a star, a Scepter which will rise from Isreal.( numbers 24;17)
The holly which is placed on the tree signifies the crown of thorns which was worn on Jesus head. And the berries attached to the holly are usually toxic signifies christ salvation for us ( Redeemption). we sing the common Christmas song deck the halls with boughs of holly…..
The socks which are very common items for decoration signifies gifts which we will receive. actually the origin of this story was from a man named saint nick who was very rich and lost his parents and gave most of his wealth to those in need and it was said that he would usually drop money into the socks of children hanging on the line.
The J candy very nice and common Christmas candy and decor signifies the staff of a shepherd(which is Jesus) to lead.
The evergreen tree this is actually the most used Christmas decor and its called evergreen because of its unchanging nature it signifies the unchanging nature of christ
. The Christmas light this signifies the light that jesus brings into the world to eradicate every darkness.
CELEBRATE THE BIRTH OF A NEW BORN KING AS YOU GRACEFULLY ENTER A NEW YEAR POSITIVELY.Happy holidays….