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Berlin is calling off Christmas in the name of equality


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RT News updates that Berlin is no longer going to celebrate religious holidays, instead they are having a generic winter festival and summer festival. This is all for the reason that this will create an equality for all religions and non religious to celebrate without it being against their religion and to keep the economy from crashing since they export a great deal of holiday craft decorations and what not.

Interesting!!! I could see this catching on in many places, of course we would not take part in this celebration because it takes the place of religious holidays we are no part of. I wonder how this will deplete the churches funds since most people donate when they attend during these holidays...

Changes are happening quickly, the harlot's fleshy parts are disappearing quite quickly.

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I agree, there is an intense talk going on with regards to religion in general not being needed and causing too many problems around the world. This is when we need to get our personal libraries in order have our family worship regularly and get to know our brothers and sisters personally so we can help when needed. We should be using this time to prepare the way the society has been admonishing us and getting our ministry accomplished. I am looking forward to our campaign for memorial very much.

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I was talking to my wife about the WT study this week. The slave mentions, think about what you would need to observe the memorial. We discussed it in the context of being prepared to obseve it on our own if we were not allowed to meet as a congregation.

so what exactly do we need? unleavened bread is just flour n water. what about the wine though? are u thinking we should keep this on hand? I likely have flour and water if we are in our homes, but probably not an acceptable wine. I think I could go to the ethnic section of the grocer and get a Jewish wine for Passover?

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You know what I was thinking is to keep a few tester bottles of wine put away, maybe 5 of them in case it is not available at that time or it costs too much to afford. Also a calendar for a few yrs marked with the date ahead of time, in case no electricity for researching online because I have no idea how to calculate by the stars. And I am going to jet the already made unleavened Jewish bread/crackers incase we don't have flour or water resources easily accessible, and don't forget a copy of this Watchtower for following procedure...and I am hiding them away for safe keeping...double ziplock bags.

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Wow brother...very funny!!! But I'm sure they were serious about it when they used it. Isn't it nice to know the real truth instead of what the world knows? Thanks for sharing, I loved it!!!

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