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Holiday Quotes

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New Years  -  Martin Luther King Jr. Day  -  Valentines Day  -  Easter  - 
Thanksgiving  -  Christmas  -  Kwanzaa



New Years Day


Deciding not to make a resolution is a resolve to not better yourself.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2016, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot


New Year Rules ! When Christ rules your life.
- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2016, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



We are but mere mortals; tears for past fears, courage for this New Year!

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2016, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Resolve to resolve to better yourself.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2016, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Make last year's failure a step to success, in this New Year.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2016, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



One more year is as one more day; just a moment of time in eternity.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2013, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



For any resolution to succeed you must first resolve to succeed in all you do.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2013 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



It's a New Year. It's a new day. Everyday is a new day to begin anew.
Envision the future, then act upon your vision.

- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2013 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


"
I resolve to procrastinate on addressing my procrastination issues."
- Roger W Hancock, Jan. 2013, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Working through a resolution strengthens the character within.
- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


Not so Happy New Year of Liberty waned.
- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


First Day of New Year, - Pause, reflect upon past life, - everyday new!
 
- Roger W Hancock, Poem "First Day" ~


Brand New Year to start anew, to make a better year. Shed the old, bring on the new, celebrate New Year!
- Roger W Hancock, Poem "New Years Day" http://NewYearsDay.PoetPatriot.com

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See also PoetPatriot on Holiday for more on New Year's Day

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Martin Luther Kings Day

February is Black History Month

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Civil Rights & Bigotry Quotes






Valentine's Day

The heart loves, the eyes adore, with tears of joy.
- Roger W Hancock, Feb. 2013 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot




Valentine's Day

Love Quotes

Love & Life Quotations

Valentine's Day Sayings for Church Signs



Easter

Easter is the celebration of Christ's resurrection from crucifixion three days earlier... all for my sin.
- Roger W Hancock, March 2013, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot


See the Christian Quotes

See Easter Sayings for Church Signs



Independence Day


The splash of sky fires celebrate the 200+ year struggle of our liberty
- Roger W Hancock, July 2013, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Independence Day to celebrate America's declaration of independence.
 May we be vigilant in defense of that liberty!

- Roger W Hancock, July 2013, Posted @ twitter.com/PoetPatriot



See the Liberty Quotes

PatrioticPoems.PoetPatriot.com
 Veterans.PoetPatriot.com
Roger's Rhymes of Liberty.PoetPatriot.com
 FlagPoems.PoetPatriot.com
 www.FlagRules.PoetPatriot.com

TimeLinesOfLibrty.PoetPatriot.com
 


 

Thanksgiving Day


Though Thanksgiving Day now is past, thankfulness is everlasting.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



If one is walking, aware of Christ beside him,

the Father, Spirit and all God's messengers are aware of one's Thankfulness.
- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Thankful to be going to bed to sleep in liberty.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



B
e Thankful for the money, that you could have been shopping.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Thankful for another day. Another day of freedom; liberty from oppression and sin.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



God gave thankfulness when he gave us a soul, separating us from animals. Our pets not thankful, they simply want more.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Forget the table, forget your belly, remember those with empty bellies.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The feast you eat is a feast of thanks on Thanksgiving Day.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Remember the lean times, remember the good times, In all things give thanks for all that you have.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Let Christ touchdown your heart, this Thanksgiving Day.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Thanksgiving Day two days away. Begin today, Thanksgiving thanks everyday.
 An American Tradition of Thanking God.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


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See also PoetPatriot on Holiday for more on Thanksgiving Day

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Christmas Day Quotes


I celebrate Christ everyday with every prayer, praise,
and act of worship to the might King, ruler of heaven
and earth; author of Liberty.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Here I am with stuffed stomach, an American Blessing.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Before the world Christ was born a Babe to live and die as man. His blood shed for our redemption.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Just Business. Salvation is the bottom line of Christmas.
Expenses are sin, blood, and life of Christ. Profit/Loss is eternal... life or death.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Babe born to live to bleed. Babe born to live to die. Babe born that I not die, His blood has cleansed my sin!

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christmas reason, a Babe born for Christ be risen. Our salvation the bottom line reason.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot




It is un-American to refuse to use "Christmas" the NAME of our National Holiday!
- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Though not the actual Day but the Day chosen to Celebrate the greatest day.
 A baby born to show the way. A way of living everyday, God's Way.
- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


"Christmas Thought" Christmas full of thought, thoughtfulness in the giving, rather than the gift. -

Roger W Hancock  then Posted on Twitter.


Celebrate the birth of Christ, Celebrate his gift, his death. Babe, a gift; born to die, Christmas celebrates new life.
Roger W Hancock  then Posted on Twitter.



Everyday is a celebration of Christ's redemption.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christmas has no magic. Christmas has power of peace and joy in redemption by Christ on the Cross.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Peace and Joy is under realized by those who do not know Jesus Christ.
Redemption is the bottom-line reason of the season.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The longest running actual "Christmas" tradition is to attend Church to worship and praise the Lord Jesus.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Beware, Satan Clause is lurking.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



He who has not Christ in his heart will never find the true Joy and Peace of Christmas.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Joy and Peace of the season is in the reason, our redemption in Jesus Christ.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Dogs only know gifts are for them.
They do not grasp Christ as true meaning of Christmas. But then neither do a lot of people.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ Has Risen In Sovereignty To Manage Atonement's Salvation. - by the blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The reason of the season is Christ crucified for our redemption. To Live Forever!

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Manís sin is the cause of Christmas. God's solution is life and blood of Jesus Christ.
The outcome is our redemption... saving us from Hell.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ, born a Babe, to live, teach, then die for sins of man. God's only son; my redeeming sacrifice.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


 
Santa and Satan rode together, clothed in red,
both with horns and tales of promises to deceive the children of the world.

Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Flash Fiction Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


Christmas opportunity under the mistletoe, snatch a kiss but quenched her cheer.
Christmas kiss; worth her slap across my face.

Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Flash Fiction Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot
 

This silent night I see a star streaming across the night.
I hear a faint "Ho,Ho, Oh,No! as that star plummeted to the ground.

Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Flash Fiction Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


Christ is Christmas. Christmas is our National Holiday, whether Democrat Liberals like it or not.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christmas is the season, Christmas is the National Holiday.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Seasoned reason is Jesus Christ, born a babe, to live, to teach, then to die for our redemption.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Jesus is the man-God, the Son-God, born a babe; purposed reason this season to die for our redemption.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The true meaning of Christmas is a babe, born to become, Christ on the Cross.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christmas season is not treason; itís theseason to contemplate the reason.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Love, Joy and Peace of Christmas is Jesus.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Birth of Christ the lamb, to live, to teach, to die, then live again, eternally. He took our sin, that we might be with Him.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christmas is an American Holiday.
The Holiday is called "Christmas!" In fearing to offend we offend American tradition.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ, born to die for our sin, who is God's gift of eternal life. ~ Merry Christmas to all... and to all a Good God !

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Today's celebrations, from various origins, continue today
because of-core reason to celebrate the birth of Christ the Lamb.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Santa Clause obscures the Reason for the Season, just as Satan does.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ is the origin of Christmas season. Decorated a manmade tree,
stripped and whipped, mocked and scorned, loved and mourned.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Christmas celebration, for the believer, continues each day, no matter the season.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Crimson Blood; Broken Body; Light of the World; Sun dark to light again;
Carols of wailing tears ;Origins of Christmas Traditions.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The first Christmas Tree was Christ on the Cross.
The reason is the sin in us; the bottom-line reason of this season.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Reason of this Season. Babe born to die for our transgressions. Redemption is the Season's Reason.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Joy of Christmas is the Joy of Christ, born a babe to live, teach, love, heal, forgive, then die for our sins.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Congress enacted Christmas! . . . Not "Holiday Season".

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ is the reason, the basis of the season, for our national holiday called, "CHRISTMAS".

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



You have not known the height of Christmas Joy, until you have known the Joy of Jesus.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



"Happy Holidays?" the National holiday is called, Christmas!
Christ's birth celebrated but his death provides the Joy of the season.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The true joy and meaning of the Christmas season is Jesus Christ, born a babe,
 to live, teach then die for the sins of man.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



To deny Christmas is to deny ourselves as who we are as Americans.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



To deny Christmas is to deny American history.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



To deny Christmas is to deny American tradition.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



To deny Christmas is to denies American heritage.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The National Holiday is called "CHRISTMAS"!
To avoid calling it by its name is un-American.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Peace on earth God's will for man.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



'Merry Christmas' is the American Tradition.
'Happy Holidays' is the subversion of an American holiday tradition.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Love, Joy and Peace of Christmas is Jesus. The American holiday is called Christmas.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Satan is anagram of Santa. Both wear red, have helpers, have horns, and both lie.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot (Santa has reindeer horns.)



To remove Christ from the Christmas season offends American tradition.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Christ is the the reason for the season, this and every season.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



If a Holiday Tree, and not a Christmas Tree, it can be left up until After April Fools Day.
It is called Christmas by order of U.S. Congress.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The Christmas Spirit is found in Christ, never under a tree!

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



The miracles of salvation are the reason of this season; born to die that I might live.

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot



Freedom from sin taught freedom from tyranny. Christmas is a part of American History.
The Holiday is called" Christmas!"

- Roger W Hancock, Nov. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


"Whatever season, whenever His real birthday, the birth of Christ birthed redemption.
It was settled that day to celebrate the reason; His birth this season regardless, 
this season, whatever tradition, Jesus is the real reason!"
-
Roger W Hancock, 12-23-09, www.PoetPatriot.com
 

"I'm a fan of the reason behind the season! May that reason be tradition, this season. 
The miracles of salvation are the reason of this season; born to die that I might live,
the greatest gift of all !
"
- Roger W Hancock, 12-23-09, www.PoetPatriot.com


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For more Christmas Quotes see my Christmas Sayings 4 Church Signs.
 
See also PoetPatriot on Holiday for more on
Christmas Day

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Kwanzaa Quote


Kwanzaa NOT a religious holiday. it's a racial holiday.
I think Hitler had such holidays on days when Jews were killed
.

- Roger W Hancock, Dec. 2012 - Posted @ Twitter.com/PoetPatriot


 

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