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Luisa Doraz

Do You Know the Symbols of Christmas?………….for Children, Young & Old!

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The Legend of the First Christmas Tree

The night of the Saviour’s birth, all the living creatures, both flora and fauna, came to Bethlehem with gifts. The olive tree brought its fruit and the palm its dates. But the little fir tree had no gift and was so tired it couldn’t resist when the big trees pushed it into the background and hid it from view. But then a nearby angel took pity and commanded a cluster of stars to come and rest on its delicate boughs. When the Baby Jesus beheld this lovely lighted tree, He smiled and blessed it, declaring henceforth that fir trees should always be filled with lights at Christmastime to please little children.

The true meaning of Christmas…

* The Star: A heavenly signs of prophecy fulfilled long, long ago- The shining hope of mankind. * The Color Red: The first color of Christmas, symbolizing that Savior’s sacrifice for all. * The Fir Tree: Evergreen- the second color of Christmas shows everlasting light and life. The needles point up to heaven. * The Bell: Rings out to guide lost sheep back to the fold, signifying that all are precious in His eyes. * The Candle: A mirror of starlight, reflecting our thanks for the star of Bethlehem. * The Gift Bow: Tied as we should all be tied together in bonds of goodwill forever. * The Candy Cane: Represents the shape of the shepherd’s crook, used to bring lost lambs back to the fold. * The Wreath: A symbol of the never ending eternal value of love‚Ķhaving no end. Image Hosted by ImageShack.us

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