Thursday, December 18, 2008

Merry Christmas?

Merry Christmas?

What's "merry" about what God condemns? Don't you believe the Bible that whitewashed pagan hollow days are abominations? Aren't you a Christian? National captivity won't seem too merry. Merry national captivity? Merry catastrophe? Think again and have the change of heart God calls upon our nation to experience or suffer the serious consequences!

Christmas condemned!

C.H. Spurgeon on Christmas and Roman Catholicism
Christmas is About Giving -- Says Who?
Why I No Longer Celebrate Christmas
Will God Curse Our Countries for Christmas?


1 comment:

john10001 said...

I agree with you on this. I believe that we should celebrate the birth of Christ but I would love to know when it actualy is.

It is true that the current dates we celebrate on our pagan dates for their festivals. I'm pretty sure the new year should also begin in summer or spring not in the middle of winter.

Christmas apart from being on the wrong date has also become too commercial and we have lost sight of the true meaning of Christmas. It is not about giving and receiving presents.

I should really research into this more to find the true dates we should celebrate our religious days on. I won't find that out by looking at the current calendar though.

The Church switched our festivity dates to pagan dates to hijack those dates and make it easier for them to accept it. This was a big error.

Unfortunately the Church has now fallen foul of God by continuing these current days we use and it will be pretty much impossible for them to change it.

We really do need to just let the pagans, aethists have those dates for their God of money and presents and true Christians should celebrate the true dates without the commercial and consumeristic nature of the current pagan Christmas.

Easter is also not an important Christian event it is a pagan one and has nothing to do with the death and ressurection of Christ. We should celebrate that on the correct date and it certainly shouldn't be called Easter.