Go read! Pn’N at HubPages, on Christmas


I’ve thought about not posting about Christmas this year, but have decided to because of seeing that it’s needed. Please research the history of this holiday – Christ Mass – and don’t dismiss the testimony of so many protestants and evangelicals of the past, people who understood that we can’t celebrate this holiday for the Lord because He didn’t ask us to, and that we should worship Him only in the ways He told us to.

In Jesus’ love,


That's right kids, close your eyes and ears.

Can you worship God in the ways that pagans worship their gods?

The Christmas Story You Don’t Want to Hear

A lot of Christians believe that Christmas is about the celebration of the birth of Yahshua [Yeshuah – Jesus] our Messiah. This belief stems from traditions that have been passed down through the generations… This article will investigate the concepts of the Christmas season and its origins.”

HT: Sherry Cesna, our blogging friend, her Facebook page


12 thoughts on “Go read! Pn’N at HubPages, on Christmas

  1. God wants our hearts not our man made traditions! Amen! I don’t think many realize what they are doing when they go ahead and do what they want instead of the importance of looking to the Lord and what He wants from us.

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  2. Reblogged this on I ONCE WAS LOST and commented:
    Reblogged with the love and respect for God’s truth He has given us through the simplicity of Jesus the Christ-His Majesty- who is no longer a baby but seated at the right hand
    of God.
    Colossians 2:8
    Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

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  3. Reblogged this on The X Mass H8rs Blog and commented:
    Praises to God for revealing to His children all of the lies that they are believing as truth.

    X Mass celebrants, know that we are watchmen who care for your souls and are not trying to take away from you your holiday joy and good memories and family time but are warning you with brotherly love to do as God has said and worship Him in spirit and truth. Please research this! God bless you as you do…

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  4. Good thing to reblog. Since most people have so little of the pagan symbolism, that doesn’t bother me so much. My real concern is that people don’t read the Bible, and the holy day has become holiday that has so little to do with Jesus and a great deal to do with the commercialism we have attached to the occasion.

    What I hope that article does is force people to confront their ignorance. We all need to take a step back and try to focus on what is important. As it is, most people just allow themselves to herded along by people who know what buttons to push.

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    • So many good points, Tom! Recently I read that some of those in the Massachusetts Bay Colony disliked that Christmas wasn’t kept. The order of events that followed:
      These people complained that they wished to keep the day for religious reasons.
      Bradford allowed them to.
      Those who didn’t keep it went out to work but came back to find the others amusing themselves , sports, etc.
      Human nature, truly! :0)
      We all need to confront our ignorance and repent of many things. Thank you so much for commenting!

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  5. I may have told you this last Christmas, but I suppose a repeat will not hurt. When I was very small, someone challenged me to compare the worship of the SUN in Roman culture with the worship of the SON in Christianity. I rose to the challenge and found that the Roman culture and government, which dominated the Jews at the time of Jesus birth also dominated the early weaker Christians. You will note that the dates of the two celebrations are only four days apart. The shortest day of the year (Dec. 21st) was worshipped by the Romans to bring back the SUN, and Christians were persuaded to celebrate a similar holiday four days later (Dec. 25th). You are absolutely right that there is NO DAY designated in Scripture for the worship of the child Jesus. Also, if you know about the climate in Israel/Judah, you know that shepherds could not have been in the field during december because of the freezing weather.

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