Hanukkah Is Our—Culture

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We learned Christmas, but it ain’t our culture, but Hanukkah always has been our culture.

Hanukkah means dedication.



The annual, winter Feast of Dedication/Hanukkah (John 10:22), is what the Bible instructs us to understand honor, not Christmas.

Achoti/My sista Huldah Dauid provided an excellent exposition on what Hanukkah is and what it is not. It’s well worth your time, so please watch it:


Huldah says in this video, that if you want to skip straight to the Hanukkah portion, skip ahead to the 35:15 min mark. I would, however, suggest that you watch it fully for better understanding.
Let us understand,
effectual training
leads to dedication/hanukkah
and there’s no dedication/hanukkah
without atonement/sacrifice.

“Train (chanak/hanok) up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

It’s our duty to learn the truth and to teach it to the next generations; this is how we restore righteousness back to our culture (we have to restore it because it was taken away from us), but HalleluYAH because we are relearning our history understandings—Hanukkah is our culture family! Just as the Menorah, Temple, and Torah were previously taken away from us, and then YAH restored them for a time, the books of the Maccabees were also taken away from us, and now they are restored unto us. Learn the feast… Keep the feast… Stay dedicated to YAH and His Kingdom!



Until next time, shalom ✌?


CeeCee CP 1 y

Comprehending Hanukkah/Feast of Dedication as Israel's culture and not a required Feast/HOLY Day, as stated in Lev 23 should be noted. Yes, and Yahushah (the world known as Jesus) did attend the Feast of Dedication. Todah Rabbah!