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10 Christmas Commandments


Tuesday, December 06, 2011

10 Christmas Commandments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anonymous

1. You shall not leave ‘Christ’ out of Christmas, making it ‘Xmas.’ To some, ‘X’ is unknown.
2. You shall prepare your soul for Christmas. Spend not so much on gifts that your soul is forgotten.
3. You shall not let Santa Claus replace Christ, thus robbing the day of its spiritual reality.
4. You shall not burden the shop girl, the mailman, and the merchant with complaints and demands.
5. You shall give yourself with your gift. This will increase its value a hundred fold, and the one who receives it shall treasure it forever.
6. You shall not value gifts received by their cost. Even the least expensive may signify love, and that is more priceless than silver and gold.
7. You shall not neglect the needy. Share your blessings with many who will go hungry and cold if you are generous.
8. You shall not neglect your church. Its services highlight the true meaning of the season.
9. You shall be as a little child. Not until you become in spirit as a little one are you ready to enter into the kingdom of Heaven.
10. You shall give your heart to Christ. Let Him be at the top of your Christmas list.

Anyone keeping these commandments is sure to have a Blessed Christmas."

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2BEHEALTHYAGAIN 12/22/2011 11:38PM

    What wonderful commandments to live by every day of the year and not just at Christmas.

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1COUNTRY_GAL 12/13/2011 1:36AM

    Amen,very good and I wish you a Blessed Christmas! Thank you for sharing. emoticon emoticon

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MAMAKITTY10 12/8/2011 10:41PM

  Thank you sharing the true meaning of Christmas.

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SHAPNUP 12/7/2011 8:17AM

    I love being reminded of the true meaning of Christmas. I have a button on my coat that says, "You Can Say merry Christmas to Me" and it has a picture of the nativity. The Knights of Columbus were handing them out next year.

Happy Birthday Jesus, and THANKS!

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WINDSONG~ 12/7/2011 3:19AM

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NEW-CAZ 12/7/2011 2:38AM

    Loved it! emoticon

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KAMAPERRY 12/6/2011 8:50PM

    Amen!


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ELISADENK 12/6/2011 8:11PM

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Thought for a minute that the candle and poinsettias where made from white chocolate. LOL

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SPARKINGINMASS 12/6/2011 7:48PM

    Loved it!

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