Many people who have purchased and read My Love is One have come to understand Chanukah (December 2-10, 2018) as a holiday beyond the Macabees taking back the LORD’s temple. It’s actually a modern day taking back and building the true LORD’s temple and preparing for the “eighth” day.
Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God, on which you must not do any work. Deuteronomy 5:13-14
Each day is a blessing. Each day is a true celebration. It’s also dividing pagan rituals from the truth. There are no elves or retired old men with white beards and red suits. There is a real GOD being celebrated according to the original text and DNA of heaven.
If you don’t believe in GOD, then you may be asking your government to fix global warming. You probably believe that 100 years of irresponsible short term thinking can repair a planet 10 billion years in formation.
Climate change is not a science or political issue. It is a heavenly issue that man was given the authority, with GOD’s help, to maintain with wisdom and integrity. The planet was intended to be a resource for man, not a landfill for ignorance.
During the eight days of Chanukah, we acknowledge the majesty of GOD as the Creator and CEO of the Universe. Every day one recites the prayer (blessing) one becomes more and more aware and thus reminded as to who created the ground on which all of us stand. Upside down and right side up the earth rotates and by the grace of GOD none of us falls off. That’s a real miracle.
Count your blessings. Your children will never outgrow this gratitude. They can take it everywhere they go and benefit from it for life.
Learn more about the true hidden meaning behind the eight candle-stick menorah in My Love is One (What I Learned from the Messiah about Love, Family, Climate Change & The Second Coming) - Official Second Revised Edition
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The people who had been living in darkness have seen a great light.The light of life has shined on those who dwelt in the shadowy darkness of death. Isaiah 9:2