And So This Is Christmas

Christmas is celebrated on December 25 of each year. It celebrates the birth of the Son of God who died on the cross to save his people from their sins. Is this the same Son of God mentioned in the Bible? The birth of our Saviour is described in the Bible with a scenario of the sheppherds out in the field watching over their flocks. This is a scenario not happening in winter.

Luke 2:8 And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.

The celebration of Christmas does not match the description in the Bible. December 25 is a wrong date based on the desscription in the Bible. It is a celebration of the birth of the son of another god named Tammuz.

Yahuwah hates Tammuz:

Ezekiel 8:13 He said also unto me, Turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations that they do.

Ezekiel 8:14 Then he brought me to the entrance of the north gate of the house of the LORD Yahuwah, and I saw women sitting there, mourning the god Tammuz.

It is clear that the Bible has been changed to make room for Pagan tradition. This is in line with the deceptions I have already discussed: 1) the name of the Father was replaced by the phrase "the Lord"; 2) the name of our Saviour was changed to Jesus; 3) the calendar was changed so that the Sabbath may be forgotten.

The name Jesus means "god Zeus". He is called the Christ. The word Christmas means Christ's mass. The same Christ referred to in a Vatican mass invoking Lucifer. The invocation describes Christ as the son of Lucifer in the following video:

See how the people say Amen. This is another truth in the words of our Saviour in our Bible:

Matthew 7:13 Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it.

And so we have been taught for centuries that a Saviour was born in Bethlehem, but being led to celebrate the birth of the enemy of life—the author of pain, suffering and death since the beginning.

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