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Happy New Year!

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As all around the world people celebrating the new year. Look back on the good times of 2015, not the bad. But maybe try things different this year if you failed last year. If you fail, don’t stop trying. Pick up where you failed from & retry. Don’t rage quit!

Jesus bless you all!

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NEW YEARS COUNTDOWN!!!

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Tune into Liberty University Winterfest LIVE tonight @ 6:30. Humble Tip, Newsboys, Lecrae, Skillet and more! Get ready to get your faces melted in Jesus name!

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WINTERFEST LIVE!

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Powerful 1 Minute Videos – Daily Devotionals

If your receiving this by e-mail, you need to click on the page to watch these videos. Like I said 1 minute and powerful! Here are 3 videos for you.

If your in the North America, tomorrow is New Years Eve and those head of us, Today is New Years Eve. Happy New Years from us, the 116 Boyz to you! Where were you go, may you shine bright for JESUS our Lord & Savior!

116-3-1 New Years

Jesus bless you all!

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How to Pronounce, Holiday

The word holiday derived from the notion of “Holy Day”, and gradually evolved to its current form. The word holiday comes from the Old English word hāligdæg. The word originally referred only to special religious days. In modern use, it means any special day of rest or relaxation, as opposed to normal days away from work or school.

Definition of holiday: holy day: the day or days of a religious festival.

Ho”ly*day`\, n. 1. A religious festival.

2. A secular festival; a holiday.

Born-again Christians, I know majority of us, when pronounce, Happy Holidays (hóllə dày) But Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Passover. Are not a secular festival. We need to speak, Happy Holydays. This brings me to my next point.

Correct english, you need to switch the first “y” in holydays, and switch it to an “i”. Now looking holidays where do you get holla-days? Again, the pagans switched word, like the word, Christian (CHRIST-EE-uh n) not [ kríschən ].

Now, Valentines Day is not a “religious day,” this is a secular day. Everyday is the day of Love.

So please pronounce holiday (holy day) Happy Holy days!!! Jesus bless you!
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