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The Pagan Origins of Christmas by PAGANAVIDAD, via Flickr

The Pagan Origins of Christmas by PAGANAVIDAD, via Flickr

Kristitty kuningas Haakon herätti kiukkua Norjassa kieltäytyessään juhlimasta pakanallista joulua. Kuva: Peter Nicolai Arbo  Viikingit viettivät joulua alkoholin merkeissä | Historianet.fi

Kristitty kuningas Haakon herätti kiukkua Norjassa kieltäytyessään juhlimasta pakanallista joulua. Kuva: Peter Nicolai Arbo Viikingit viettivät joulua alkoholin merkeissä | Historianet.fi

Jer 10:2-4.

Jer 10:2-4.

The origins of Christmas and Christmas tree go back to before the time of Christ - This day is mentioned in the book of Jeremiah as a day that is not honoring to God.

The origins of Christmas and Christmas tree go back to before the time of Christ - This day is mentioned in the book of Jeremiah as a day that is not honoring to God.

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Jesus was born in September not December.

Jesus was born in September not December.

When we see that our forefathers served other Gods and sinned against the Most High. Its always in our best interest to find out what those other Gods are. Also, be careful who you "pledge your allegiance to." Some nations God hates because they have looted, murdered, and wrongfully imprisoned his chosen people. Make sure when pledging your allegiance that you trust the leaders enough to know they are clean in the eyes of the Lord.

When we see that our forefathers served other Gods and sinned against the Most High. Its always in our best interest to find out what those other Gods are. Also, be careful who you "pledge your allegiance to." Some nations God hates because they have looted, murdered, and wrongfully imprisoned his chosen people. Make sure when pledging your allegiance that you trust the leaders enough to know they are clean in the eyes of the Lord.

Did you know? Unwrap the Truth!

Did you know? Unwrap the Truth!

Molech worshipe.  The god of Ammon, with its gruesome child sacrifices. - This is where the idea of Hellfire comes from, NOT from God, Jehovah. It was a practice in the pagan nations to sacrifice living babies or even virgins to their false gods, and drums would drown out the screams of the victims.

Molech worshipe. The god of Ammon, with its gruesome child sacrifices. - This is where the idea of Hellfire comes from, NOT from God, Jehovah. It was a practice in the pagan nations to sacrifice living babies or even virgins to their false gods, and drums would drown out the screams of the victims.

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