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As people reject the pagan holidays (Christmas and Easter) and come out of Babylon, this winter season becomes hard especially when the call of family is ever present to join them for their holiday gatherings. Therefore, many Hebraic believers are happy to have at least one day a year they can share with family and friends. Hence they get somewhat reluctant and a little defensive at being invited to take a close look at Thanksgiving, because it feels like this is the one day that they can (in okay conscience) get away with celebrating with pagans. Not only is all about being thankful and family, but it doesn't appear to have it's roots in paganism and some preachers actually say it has it's roots in Sukkot. Therefore, one might feel that one can join up for this feast, even if Christmas and Easter are taboo. But we want to suggest that set-apart believers should not be celebrating Thanksgiving. And here are our reasons why. Take them or leave them, you will ultimately answer to Yahshua, not us... :-) ... Download to continue reading.
We know that this teaching isn't going to make us very popular with Christians, Messianics or people who love Thanksgiving,
but please download our article and read to the end and then let the Ruach ha'Kodesh guide you.