Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree?

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Christmas is celebrated on 25th of December every year. It is a festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Families come together to eat, drink whereas children look forward to a visit from Santa Claus and his sack of presents.

The favourite part of Christmas is decorating the Christmas tree. We decorate the tree with Star, Tinsels, little baubles etc. Do you know why do we decorate the Christmas tree with these beautiful decorations?Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree- Naadle

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A large Star on the top of the Christmas tree symbolizes the shining star of Bethlehem that had guided the three Magi to reach the stable when Jesus was born.Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree- NaadleThe Christmas tree is decorated with red, green, silver and gold colours. The green colour stands for all the trees, plants and all other forms of flora. The red colour stands for the blood of Jesus Christ shed to deliver us. Silver and gold colour symbolizes the blessings of Jesus.Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree- NaadleThe Christmas bells carry the symbolism of being the guide that rings out to the lost sheep to bring it back home. The Tinsels stand for the little sparks of the fire that was lit by Joseph to keep Mary and little Jesus warm in the stable. The tree is decorated with plenty of lights which signify the stars radiating in the sky.Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree- NaadleThe round and sparkling balls stand for the jewels of happiness from Heaven. The glittering bows indicate the strong bond of goodwill that will remain forever among us. The cones made of pine symbolize fertility and motherhood.Do You Know The Significance Of Decorating A Christmas Tree- NaadleThe wreath symbolizes the power of the love of the father. The candy canes are a reminder of Shepherd’s staff that guided the sheep. The gifts at the foot of the tree remind us of the most precious gifts we received from Jesus.
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