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The Beginnings of Christmas
The word “Christmas” doesn’t appear in the Bible. And it didn’t appear until a thousand years after Christ,
as declared by the Catholic Encyclopedia: “The word for Christmas in late Old English is Cristes Maesse,
the Mass of Christ, was first found in 1038.”
IT'S THE MOST PAGAN TIME OF THE YEAR..
December 25th was a date that was chosen for pagan sun god worship of Baal that can be traced back all the way to ancient Babylon originating with Nimrod and Tammuz. These pagan traditions were passed along through many different cultures from the Babylonians, Egyptians, Samarians, Palestinians,
Greeks, Persians and the Romans.
The Demonology of Christmas
Cookies & Milk for Santa ?
The sacrifices of pagans are offered to demons,
not to God, and I do not want you to be participants with demons.
1 Corinthians 10:20
The Pagan god's of Christmas
The following are just some of the pagan gods " demons" that had “birthdays,” along with very dark occult festivals, on December 25th: Mithras, Horus, Attis, Dionysus the son of Zeus, Tammuz, Hercules, Osiris, Perseus, Helios, Bacchus, Apollo, Jupiter, and Sol Invictus (The “Unconquered Sun”).
You shall not bow down to worship their gods, nor serve them,
nor do anything in accordance with their practices. You shall completely overthrow
them and break down their sacred pillars and images of pagan worship.
The Christmas Deception
The Catholic Church merged practices and traditions with pagan sun god worship in the 4th century.
The deception is in the attempt at mixing different faiths as a means of worshipping God with the practices and traditions of a pagan origin.
Many will acknowledge the origins of Christmas, but will argue that it is not what it means to them; therefore,
if they erect a tree and decorate it in their home, it means whatever they want it to mean even though
it has everything has to do with fertility god worship. They then go on to say that they are
acknowledging and worshiping God instead.
The question that needs to be asked is:
Can we worship God in the ways that pagans worship their gods?
Yet you have not merely walked in their ways or behaved in accordance with their pagan practices;
but, as if that were too little, you soon acted more corruptly in all your ways than they.
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