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Title : Top London 2019 Christmas lights \u0026 store windows
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I am taking a break for a few minutes - hot here today on the Treasure Coast of Florida. AC is blasting and I am working on a quilt. I have been to London twice - First trip was the week of the royal wedding Prince Charles and Lady D. Second after Y2K...I hope I have 1 more visit...if I do will be at Christmas time. Thank you
Merry Christmas from Colorado, USA. It's Christmas evening here now and I'm enjoying a few "walk around" videos of Christmas decorations in various cities. My husband and I had the privilege of living in England 1976 to 1979. We made a good many trips to London and really enjoyed ourselves there. Sadly, it seems London is loosing its historical flavor. Guess I'm just a traditionalist at heart who loves historical things, so I was disappointed to see London decked out in mostly pink and gold. It was beautiful and glittery but looked more like New Years than Christmas. I'm not complaining, but I I would have enjoyed it even more if it had been more red and green, and like someone else commented, it would have been nice to see a nativity or two. It just seems hypocritical to celebrate Christmas if you don't believe in the very meaning of Christmas. I watched a video of someone walking around New York City and it was the same there. Just didn't seem like CHRISTMAS. Just lots of bright lights and fancy scenes. If there were any nativities about, they didn't make it on the video. Anyway, I enjoyed your video and seeing London again, though I didn't recognize much of it since it's gone so modern. Thanks for sharing. Hope your Christmas was wonderful and blessed!
Great video Douglas you did a superb job. Well, they were all very beautiful in their own way. But to be honest, most weren't very Christmassy. My feeling is the more sophisticated they get the less Christmassy they are. Call me old-fashioned, but I like to have fairy lights, garland and things like that. They make you feel like it's really Christmas. And of course, God forbid any of those windows should have a Nativity scene in them recalling the birth of Christ. That would be evidently a big No-No. But anyway, you did a great job, thanks so much for posting. I'm you're a big fan in America.
Nice.England is a country which taught civilization to many of the underdeveloped countries.Many US and British people became missionaries left their country and preached the gospel to other countries but I heard now that number of people who are following Christ has decreased. Happy to see the decoration in London. Every BRITISH people should understand Jesus is the True living God.Holy Revival which happened in Scotland many years ago,should happen again in this country.Pray for that.God bless UK.
Luke 2:10–11, 13–14, NIV
But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord"...Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests."
🕊️Prayer for All the Belivers🕊️
our Father in heaven, you have sent us the Savior, who was born to bring great joy to all people. Glorify your name, we pray. Give the world the peace you alone can give, the peace that wells up in our hearts. Let your favor rest on us so that we may hold out under our sufferings on earth. We need your loving help to remain inwardly steadfast until everyone can be reached by the message, "Be strong in the grace of Jesus Christ." Amen.
Thank you so much for showing this. I noticed a lot of what you saw was by bus can I please ask which bus was best for viewing lights please? I'm travelling with a group of wonderful but challenging children so a bus route to see lights would be amazing. Merry Christmas 🌟❄⛄