Clearing Up the Christmas Origin Controversy

Every Christmas, there are many who discredit Christmas because of what anti-Christ historians have said about December 25, and their attempt to associate their pagan traditions with the observance of the birth of Jesus Christ. This article will not rehash the entire argument and history of the winter solstice or saturnalia or Nimrod or any of that nonsense. Instead, we simply offer this: Our Heavenly Father created the seasons, the years, the months and days. So for instance, God created the 7 day week. In the Bible, each day was known as the first day of the week, the second day, etc. But who came along and renamed them after pagan gods? Satan and his human children did! But does that mean Satan owns every day of the week? Of course not. Satan cannot create, he can only destroy. This also means Satan did not create October 31, although the name “October” he had something to do with. That day was created by God Almighty, so Halloween followers have no rights to it. They can do whatever they want on that day, but it doesn’t make it theirs.

Similarly, there is no hard core proof that Nimrod was born on December 25, just the hypotheses of historians and archaeologists. Does that mean Nimrod owns December 25? No. So if Christians choose December 25 to observe the miraculous birth and life of Jesus Christ, then Christians, as children of God, have every right to do so. Now we do caution our Christmas friends that Satan has packed a lot of demonic objects and rites around Christmas to distract us from Jesus Christ, such as decorated trees (Jeremiah 10), red and green (not that Satan owns those colors, but the combination at Christmas time has its origins), wreaths, Santa Claus aka Saint Nick (the name has some ties to Satan), reindeer, and many other things that have nothing to do with Jesus Christ. Let’s not mix pagan rituals in with the observance of Jesus Christ’s birth celebration. Was Jesus born December 25? Nothing in the Bible says so. He could have been more likely born prior to that. Is it bad to observe His birth? Not at all. Every opportunity we get to worship the life of our Savior is a great opportunity to share His love with the world, which is why Satan and his human children have been active in trying to eliminate “Merry Christmas” from the public’s mind. They know there is power in the Christmas holiday, so they try to spoil it and make it powerless by any means necessary. Let’s stop these demons and observe Jesus Christ this time of year! Merry Christmas!! We love you all, in Jesus Christ’s name…Amen! 🙂

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