Solstice celebrations kick off tonight, the darkest night of the year

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December 21 is the Winter Solstice, seen by many worldwide -- including people watching the sun at Stonehenge in England, as a spiritual event.

December 21 is the Winter Solstice, seen by many worldwide -- including people watching the sun at Stonehenge in England, as a spiritual event.

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Pagans, druids and revelers gather at ancient Stonehenge in England for the shortest day and darkest night of the year.

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  • We can see that God who created the heavens and earth and the sea and all that is in them is a God of order. He gives us the seasons which symbolize for us year after year the gospel message. That is, life, death and resurrection. From the dormant winter we see God’s creation bursting with new life each spring. Awesome. Even the heavens reveal the same message from Virgo to Leo they symbolize the Biblical story. Jesus, the Savior, Messiah (bread of life) who was sent from heaven to be born of a virgin from the tribe of Judah (the lion of Judah). To die for our sins and to be resurrected and exalted to the right hand of God The Father. Receive Him as Lord and Savior. Turn away from sin and follow Him. Then you will be in communion with the One who created and sustains all things. God Bless