Christmas isn't a traditional celebration, it is a pagan celebration which was adopted by Rome when it became a politic and religious empire in order to bring together the pagan the christian people. But it was closed enough to forget The Savior and honor Satan. *Hosea 4:6 says: My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.* *Hosea 6:3 says: Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the Lord : his going forth is prepared as the morning; and he shall come unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth.* Our Lord, king of Israel, whom died for us in a cross, He was not born on December 25th.
Read 1 Chronicles 24:1-19 and Luke 1 to understand the divisions of the sanctuary service according to the hebrew's calendar (2 groups for month). Reading the history of the priest Zacharias we can understand that his wife, Elizabeth, get pregnant after his service period (5th month) and Maria her cousin get pregnant right after John was born (1st month of the year), so our Jesus (Yeshua) was born on the 9th month of hebrew's calendar.
Our modern calendar is from Rome, but until today in Jerusalem they use the Hebrew calendar. If we compare both, 12th month on the first are not together, or the same of 9th month on the second.
The Christmas tree, the gifts, the decorations, the lights, all that are part of Tamus worship (pagan god) which was son of Semiades, Nimrod's wife whom named himself as SunGod and required worship from all people. Are U curious?
Search on Youtube or Google it! You'll find out more about the history of pagan people and their cerimonies adopted by Rome and years after by the Catholic Church and Presbiterian Church, which are used until today. John 8:32 says: And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
//[my name is celaena sardothien. but it makes no difference if my name's celaena or lillian or b****, because i'd still beat you, no matter what you call me]
what’s your favourite book by sarah j maas?
DAY 10: #decktheshelves = most owned author
ah this’d definitely be sarah j maas i’ve got nearly all her books (i can’t afford the remaining two i’m broke)
I try to never be too far from a good book. Tonight I was looking for a warm spot to smoke a cigar and read, but my two favorite spots are closed so I chose a NY Strip to enjoy The Losers Club with. #reading#agoodbook#fiction
Quando as mentiras alimentam vidas e mundos, assumir a verdade pode levar à morte. Com uma linguagem extremamente ritualística e narrativas pesadas quanto a psiquê humana, este A ÁRVORE DA MENTIRA te pega de imediato ao ponto de querermos devorá-lo em dias. O livro 17 do ano foi deliciosamente mórbido!
The Life & Death of Samuel Clearwater
by T. M. Frazier @t.m.frazier .
And I get to eat pancakes too - BONUS!
As I'm a huge fan of King & Bear I'm sure I'm going to love Preppy