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Do You Know These Things, and What They Mean?

posted by Jael Ever @ 7:00 AM
December 7, 2017

1.       Did you Know that the Texas Killer, Devin Kelley, age 26 , visited the Halloween Party at The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, before he came back a few days later and slaughtered some 26 men, women and children, from ages 5 to 72 years old, and injuring several others?

Daily Mail.com reports:  “Texas shooter attended the church’s annual Halloween party with his children just five days before he returned and opened fire on parishioners. Texas gunman Devin Kelley took his kids to the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs’ annual Fall Festival on Halloween night. His fellow churchgoers were surprised but pleased to see the 26-year-old after his disagreements with his family members.”

Hmm.  Like this blog keeps warning, as well as our sister blog, ‘Worlds Collide—Culture, Christianity, End of Time,’ explains as well: Halloween has nothing to do with Christianity.  It has everything to do with Satanism and evil, and to celebrate the rite is to try to justify evil, which cannot be done!

2.      Did you know that the East Coast–not the West–was struck by an earthquake in the last few days?  And do you know what that may mean for the rest of the country?  The Associated Press reports: “An earthquake has jolted the Mid-Atlantic region of the East Coast, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. “The U.S. Geological Survey says the 4.4 magnitude quake struck at 4:45 p.m. Thursday, and was centered about 6 miles east-northeast of Dover, Delaware.” CBS News actually confessed that such an earthquake on the U.S. East Coast is extremely rare!

3.       Did you know that December isn’t really The LORD Jesus’ Birthday, that in Medieval Days, priests labeled it His birthday, because they could not dissuade people to stop celebrating Winter Solstice, as these celebrations included pagan witchcraft worship? As Wikipedia explains, classic Roman tradition, December 25th included sacrifices to the gods, partying and gift-giving:  “Saturnalia was an ancient Roman festival in honor of the god Saturn, held on 17 December of the Julian calendar and later expanded with festivities through to 23 December. The holiday was celebrated with a sacrifice at the Temple of Saturn, in the Roman Forum, and a public banquet, followed by private gift-giving, continual partying, and a carnival atmosphere that overturned Roman social norms: gambling was permitted, and masters provided table service for their slaves.

Wikipedia adds:  “Although it is not known why December 25 became a date of celebration, there are several factors that may have  influenced the choice. December 25 was the date the Romans marked as the winter solstice, the shortest and darkest day of the year, and the first day in which the days would begin to elongate and the Sun would have a longer presence in the sky. Jesus was identified with the Sun based on an Old Testament verse, and the date is exactly nine months following Annunciation, when the conception of Jesus is celebrated, which is one theory on what may have influenced the timing of the Christmas holiday. Also, Ancient Romans had a series of pagan festivals near the end of the year, and Christmas may have been scheduled at this time to appropriate, or compete with, one or more of these festivals.

4.       And did you know that God loves you, regardless of who you are or what you have done?  That He loves you especially if you have accepted His Son, The LORD Jesus Christ, into your heart as your Personal Savior,  because when you do that He becomes your Father too, that He would prefer that you would not celebrate Halloween, but that He does not denounce Christmas.  He and His Father only want you to keep The Great Gift of Jesus in the center of your celebrations.  As wholesale Christian Bible explains:“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3: 16).

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