Christmas is canceled in the birthplace of Jesus, Nazareth
The city where Jesus grew up, Nazareth, is recovering due to the recent move of the embassy. The mayor, Ali Salem, is canceling Christmas to protest against Trump.
At a press conference on Thursday, Salem said that Trump moving the embassy “has taken away the joy of the holidays, and we will cancel the festivities this year.”
This includes canceling a parade, concerts, the Christmas market and the amusement of thousands of visitors. But Salem believes that what Trump did is too offensive to continue normal celebrations. He said Trump “stabbed the Palestinians in the back.”
Many consider that this movement puts an end to any possibility of a peace agreement since no solution has been presented to include Palestine in the future of Jerusalem.
“People want to know how you can overcome something like this,” she says. “From the beginning I began to praise the Lord. Even the day she died and I had the reality that my daughter would see again and because I know Jesus Christ. ”
She continued “As I know Jesus Christ, the cross meant more to me on the day of my daughter’s death than it ever meant to me. I realized that I was paying that price so we could have a meeting. ”
Foster said the revelation also made him fall in love with Jesus as never before and now minister to others who are mourning the loss of a child or another loved one.
“You have to cling to the Lord,” he explained. If you want this to become a good thing, the Bible says that all things work together for the good of those who love God and who are called by his purpose, and therefore you must determine in your heart that I will love God. I will not blame him for what the enemy did.
“Where Satan is trying to get you away from God, God wants to draw you to him,” Foster said.