Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Kirk Cameron Defends Christmas





Christmas is a false holiday.

See

Even The Pagans Know Christmas is Pagan

False Religions Love Christmas

The Truth About Christmas




11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Romans 14:2-7

"For one believeth that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth herbs.Let not him that eateth despise him that eateth not; and let not him which eateth not judge him that eateth: for God hath received him. Who art thou that judgest another man's servant? to his own master he standeth or falleth. Yea, he shall be holden up: for God is able to make him stand.One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord; and he that regardeth not the day, to the Lord he doth not regard it. He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for he giveth God thanks; and he that eateth not, to the Lord he eateth not, and giveth God thanks.For none of us liveth to himself, and no man dieth to himself."

Bible Believer said...

Years ago I considered Christmas a "liberty" issue like Sabbath keeping but not anymore, since Christmas is of Babylon, sun worship, Saturnalia. [worship of BAAL etc]

Anonymous said...

We have not taught our children about Santa, instead we celebrated Jesus birth. My family all thought we were wrong to deprive our children of the fun of "trick -or-treat' or elves and magic. After learning the truth about many things last year we did not celebrate Jesus birth last year and we will not this year. My children know the truth and they do not want to offend the Lord.
It's almost Halloween and when we are out running errands and things people will ask my kids what they are going to be for Halloween and my children will politely say we don't celebrate it it's evil. I get a look like I'm a neglectful parent. And some people get real quiet and uncomfortable. I can tell that some even have a look of guilt, probably cause they are Christians and know that it is evil but celebrate it anyway.
Then the whole what is Santa going to bring you this year. My kids will tell them Santa is a lie. The looks I get from that are Wow! you are a real dirtbag to tell your kids that. So I think this year I will print out some tracts and offer them to anyone who questions us. It would be much easier then trying to explain things in 2 min.
My children in no way feel left out or unhappy about our choice as a family to not participate in mens' traditions. They actually feel for those who do not know the truth or who do know the truth , but do what pleases men instead of God. So I will go to the link you provided, and maybe we can help to shed some light on these issues. We all need to be ready to give an answer for the hope that is in us.

Faith

Victoria Di Agnello said...

Amen Faith!

What I do is use everything as an opportunity to share the Lord. In that is no wrong. I don't celebrate anything evil or pagan either. I avoid halloween and have nothing to do with it (or evil at any time of year, parents; watch the books your kids are getting from school). If it ever comes up I just tell people that I don't celebrate halloween. In this part of the country there are still some old fashioned believers like me who know the truth and understand right away. If anyone asks I tell them because I'm a Christian and don't celebrate evil. It's a perfect opportunity to launch into sharing the gospel and also for all the backslidden believers it causes conviction. As for Christmas, I don't see what is wrong with celebrating the fact that God sent His Son to us and I celebrate that, but you can do that on any day. I use it all as an opportunity to witness to others about the gospel too because I see that people are more open around that time of year to hearing about God's love and I make use of that. I send Christmas cards with nativity scenes and use every excuse I can to get out the gospel in some way. Of course I avoid all the pagan trappings. No santa, no tree, no presents, none of that. It's just to honor the Lord, and no day is a bad day to do that. Easter is a Christian holiday to honor the crucifixion and resurrection of our Lord and His victory over evil, so of course I celebrate that (who wouldn't?!?) Obviously also without the pagan trappings of bunnies and eggs, etc. It's also a great time to witness about the reason for it all. It spreads the gospel message.

"But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man." 1 Cor. 2; 15

See you on another posting!

Anonymous said...

This is sad and funny all at the same time. While I read huge billboards in my area that state "Jesus is the reason for the season" or "Put Jesus back into Christmas"...most church goers don't read their Bibles to fully understand that "Christmas" is not even in God's Word.

It is all man made and mostly man centered....around the capitalistic, worship me syndrome....the cross was never the center of this pagan ritual. It seems like the church has hoodwinked, snookered, and bamboozled millions into believing a lie. The same goes with Easter/Ishtar.....the early church never celebrated this pagan holiday as well.....

When Jesus was crucified on that tree at Calvary for the remission of our, yes our sins, all was fulfilled in Christ alone. We, as born again believers and followers of our Savior are to worship Him in spirit and truth....every day, individually, and with like minded believers.

Jesus fulfilled all of the law and we have been set free from the bondage of sin. So we are now bondservants of Christ instead of slaves of man.

Oh, what a Savior!

Anonymous said...

Christmas -- Christ MASS. It is a road to Rome. Catholicism, in other words.

It is garbage. It is used by catholics and sympathizers with catholicism, to unite in ecumenicalism.

They all want to "defend Christmas", but who wants to defend the Bible? Not nearly as many. FOX (fake) News will trumpet "defend Christmas" every year, but it is because they are all CATHOLICS.

And catholicism is a false gospel of works that leads to hell.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 6:42....

Yes and amen! I have many catholic church members surrounding me saying "You must do good deeds!" all the while bragging and boasting of the great and wonderful works/deeds that they do. It is utter self exaltation! It is so very easy in my own flesh to want to counter their braggadocious self by listing the wonderful works that I, myself do in anonymous ways, and then God, the Holy Spirit convicts my heart by shutting me down. For in giving and doing good deeds/works, who does the Glory and Power really belong too, if we indeed, are born again in the Spirit of God.

Jesus receives the Glory, not man.

Christmas: Man/woman speaking:"Do you like the gift that "I" gave to you out of the goodness of "my" heart. And why don't you "thank" me for being so "good(?)" to you?"

God, our Father speaking: "I have already given you the free gift, the Bread of Life, the Living Water, and His Name is Jesus Christ, your Savior and Redeemer. Why aren't you thanking Me, your Father who art in Heaven?"

And when you don't celebrate Christmas, just watch the Catholics, the Lutherans, the Baptists, the Assembly of God, the "Non" demoninational sects, etc., have a religious fit for not succumbing to the "herd mentality."

Even many atheists know that christmas is not in the Bible, what does that tell you?

Anonymous said...

Christmas colors: red, white, and green. Flesh (red) and (blood) on a (green) tree. Blasphemy.

Anonymous said...

Victoria said "I" or "I'm", 17 times in "her" post above.

"I bot"?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at Oct 17, 9:27 AM....

Amen to all you said.

Bible Believer said...

Yeah I know we could have "bots" I just don't have the time to screen them all unless they post something overtly nasty.

Go read Zero Hedge, interesting website but why does every commenter or 90% have the same sense of humor and typing style?

I have told people I do not celebrate Halloween.

I think it is okay to read the part in the book of Luke when Jesus was born. Children need to know that. Explain to them according to their understanding why the family doesn't celebrate Christmas.
Its okay too to speak about Jesus's resurrection and say these things are to be celebrated EVERY DAY. That is what I tell people.

I agree both holidays are Catholic in nature.

The pagans and atheists know that Christmas is Saturnalia and based on the solstice.