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Links for the Holiday

December 20, 2017

I’d thought I’d share a few links. I could probably post 10 articles every day of December and still not use all the stuff I’ve collected about Christmas! ~ Connie

Have you ever wondered what some of the words mean that we sing in our carols? This is from Dictionary.com. and they give very good explanations.
“Here we go a-wassailing among the leaves so green!”
If you’ve ever heard a caroler sing this phrase and thought, “What the heck is a wassail?” you’re not alone!
Crack the Christmas Code: Carols Demystified! – Everything After Z by Dictionary.com

A Gift for you: A Christmas prayer, Christmas carols and Bible verses

20 Verses to Remind you of God’s Faithfulness

10 Bible Verses About Snow

Click on the date and it will show you a Christmas card from history…
Posted on December 24, 2016 by Matthew Wright

Link for Iceland Christmas greeting:
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Reader’s Digest BY CLAIRE NOWAK
Link: This Is the Oldest Christmas Carol (Hint: It’s Not “Silent Night”)

In the 12/10/2017 edition:
THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS…WRITING CLICHÉS
By Anne R. Allen on Dec 10, 2017

Reader’s Digest by MEGHAN JONES
Link: Why Every Book Lover Should Steal Iceland’s Christmas Tradition

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