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What kind of gifts do Scottish people give for Christmas?
Gifts at Christmas are symbolic of the gift of grace Jesus gave to us through his sacraficial death on the cross. It's also symbolic of the 'love thy neighbor as thyself' mess…age God gives to us through Jesus.
The best gift to give during Christmas is something that money cannot buy. It's not even for sale at any shopping center and it is free. Know what it is? Love is the best gift… ever and you can give it to anyone.
They eat turkey and chocolates. They eat roast goose, roast pork, beef,fish,so mostly meat.
Yes, because Buddhists believe deeply in compassion and helping others they traditionally may give very small gifts. Usually, gifts are centered around charity. They will vi…sit homeless shelters or similar charitable places and give gifts. They also often give gifts to practicing monks and others at their Buddhist temples.
Yes, they do. On the Christmas Eve after eating a meal (made of 12 different dishes!) they are going to open the gifts that were put under the Christmas Tree. It's on the 24th… of December, in the evening. Actually the whole celebration should start when the first star appears on the sky.
If by Spanish you mean anybody of Latin American or Central American nationality, in most cases, we exchange gifts during Christmas Eve. However, it depends on how they have b…een raised. I know many Puerto Rican families that because of their affiliation with the states, they celebrate the 25th and also do the gift exchange the morning of.
they offer a turkey
There's no special gifts. People give each other whatever they think would be nice and bring joy.
yes they give gifts..and alot of other things ,ithink its very just like the Us.
i think it is a way to give thanks
they give me hot dogs and sasuages sincerly,qiuara benning
we give gifts on Christmas day to celebrate jesus's birthday cuz The reason is that the creator of the universe has given a very special gift to you: the first Christmas …gift.The gifts we give are a recognition of His spirit of giving, even though our gifts cannot compare to what He gave us. Christmas is a special day for the nations of the world to celebrate the gift of a Savior, Jesus, the Christ, who brought to us, from God, the good news that our sins can be forgiven and that we might live eternally with Him. There is but one special provision: you must honestly accept Him as your Savior and as the Lord of your life. Will you accept this greatest of gifts? Read the Gospel of John verses 16 through 17 in chapter 3. Also, read the story of His birth in Luke, chapters 2 and 3.
That would have to be the three wise men who brought the baby Jesus gifts of frankincense and mirh. I think that giving gifts at Christmas is a way of representing the gift o…f life, as Jesus' birthday is on Christmas Day.
Ah... The classic question. My answer to that is any gift from the heart. It does not matter if you can't buy it. A gift from the heart is truly the best. Same goes …for a dad... or anyone! Go home-made if you please! Yours truly, Anonymous
Most branches of Judaism do not celebrate Christmas. They do not believe that Christ is the son of God, so it is a holiday that is outside of their beliefs. However, they do c…elebrate Hanukkah around the same time of year. On Hanukkah, they still exchange gifts, and they are the same types of gifts that we give each other for Christmas. However, if you want to be respectful to their beliefs, it is better to wrap their gifts in Hanukkah paper, which can be found at stores such as Target. Blue and silver are the traditional Hanukkah colors.
Yes. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints(the "Mormon" church) celebrate Christmas and follow the samecustoms that are common in their nation or culture,… which usuallyincludes gift giving. If you'd like to learn more about Mormons beliefs about Christmas,check out the 'Related Links' below.