Wrap the presents in paper with the Star of David on it.
If giving a sacrifice to Moloch, does it make a difference if the child is circumcised first?
If giving a sacrifice of bread to a pagan cause, does it make a difference if the bread is without leaven?
You cant just wrap something or change it in a superficial way and believe it is righteous.
Devan Smiralia said:Wrap the presents in paper with the Star of David on it.
What does that have to do with giving a christmas gift, on christmas, that says merry christmas on the card?
This is specifically not a Hanukkah gift. Changing the wrapping paper makes no difference, or even writing merry hanukkah on it, as long as it is given to be opened on christmas.
Remember that when the 2 witnesses are killed, for three days the people of the pagan world will celebrate with giving of gifts? Consult the Revelation.
Well its that time of year again.
I broke the news to family this year. Even though I have been part of the Nazarene faith for about five years now, I made an open declaration that this year was NOT going to include Christmas festivities.
It went terribly... but God was with me through it all. So it's all good now. :-)
i like it n fact i invite my leaders not to make Christmas exchange packs which we call here Manita. Instead put the money in the box and share it with the poor. I know many will not like this idea but i believe it is right.
How do you tell you friends and family that you no longer wish to exchange x-mas gifts?
this is a mitzvah,
and don't bother about the plastic wrapper."