By Jaime Noriega | 2015
In order to follow the commandments of the L-RD, we need to acknowledge that are things that He commanded us to do and other things that He commanded us NOT to do. One of those things is not to worship Him in the way pagans worship their gods (Deuteronomy 12:29-32). Pagans worshipped all sort of things including sun, moon, stars, trees, animals and even man-made idols. However, sun-god worship was one of the most popular forms of paganism. Pagans believe that the sun was born or re-born right around December 25 each year.
Real facts about Christmas
This Pagan celebration was merged into Christianity hundreds of years after Yeshua died and it was know before as "midwinter", "yule", "saturnalia" and "Dies Natalis Solis Invicti" - (Birthday of Sol Invictus).
The Protestant Reformation leaders wanted to abolish Christmas observance because of its deeply Pagan roots associated with the Birth of a variety of Pagan Sun-gods traced back to ancient Babylon and the cult of Nimrod.
G-D detests the ways of the Pagans
Yeshua was not born in December 25th; He was born in the time of the Feast of Tabernacles, according to the account of the Bible.
The Christmas evergreen tree finds its roots in ancient Babylonian fertility-god worship. It is a symbol of the male reproductive organ and the wreath is the corresponding female reproductive organ. its balls represent fertility and tinsel, semen. When people bow down before these pagan idols to receive gifts from them, they are worshipping the sun-god.
After having this evidence the question is, Is it right to celebrate Christmas? Also read Deut 12:2; 1 Kings 14:23; 2 Kings 16:4, 17:10; 2 Chro 28:4, Isaiah 57:5; Jeremiah 2:20, 3:6,13; Ez 6:13. Notice that these passages make reference to Spiritual Adultery.
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