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YULE LOVE REPEATING CHILDHOOD

  Welcome to an authentic Yuletide atmosphere where people never grow up, even when they grow old. The very name by which Christmas is also known – Yule or Yule Day or the Yuletide Season — is literally linked to … Continue reading

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Christmas – The Holiday Trade Built

The American Christmas we celebrate today was dreamed up in New York City – the city that trade built. New York is the city of money-makers. It’s the city of commerce. The city itself was founded as a trading post … Continue reading

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Christmas Kiss of Death

MYRRH Gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Three gifts fit for a king – the King. I’m gonna blow right past gold and frankincense to myrrh. Myrrh was used to embalm the dead, believe it or not. Jesus’ death on cross was … Continue reading

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YULE LOVE – Repeating Childhood

Exotic Babylon… the land just outside the original Garden… the place where war and earthly kings came into existence. To understand Babylon, we must comprehend some important features of the man who started it all. Before Nimrod, there were neither … Continue reading

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