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The expression "Merry Christmas" is made up of three words: Merry, Christ, and Mass. Most people do not consider the combination of words, because their definition of Merry Christmas is just a mindless tradition.

Christmas: The Merry Murdering of Christ

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“And when they shall have finished their testimony, the beast that ascendeth out of the bottomless pit shall make war against them, and shall overcome them, and kill them. And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified. And they of the people and kindreds and tongues and nations shall see their dead bodies three days and a half, and shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves. And they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them, and make merry, and shall send gifts one to another; because these two prophets tormented them that dwelt on the earth. (Revelation 11:7-10)

The expression “Merry Christmas” is made up of three words: Merry, Christ, and Mass.  Most people do not consider the combination of words because their definition of Merry Christmas is just a mindless tradition.  To most, it means a time of winter celebration, partying, reveling, self-indulgences, drunkenness, and fornication.  And to others, it is the birthday of Jesus Christ.  But while the latter proclaim, “Jesus is the reason for the season,” their actions betray their lips.  Mostly they like to shop ‘til they drop, eat ‘til they urp, and nip until they are numb while smiling and squealing, “Merry Christmas!”

The word, Merry, has a wealth of meaning to it, such as, full of gaiety or high spirits, uninhibited enjoyment in frolic or festivities, and the exhilaration of spirits and high spirits expressed in laughing, bantering, and jesting.  This does not connote reverential awe, sobriety, or piety.

Then the next word, Christ, the first word of Christmas, means anointed: the anointed one of God.  To the believers, this is specifically the Jesus Christ in scripture, and not some custom Christ you hear about in denominational churches or non-Christian religions.  Perhaps for clarification, Christmas ought to be called, Jesus Christmas; but then again, one has to deal with the other word in Christmas, Mass, as in the Roman Catholic Mass.  The Mass is the ritual of celebrating the Eucharist, communion, but you have probably never thought of that before in regards to Christmas, have you?

In the Mass, the Eucharist is offered, and it is taught, the bread and wine are changed by a Roman priest into the literal flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, and only the priests have the power to transform it so.  Are you impressed?  The Bible does not teach the changing of the bread and wine into the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, though.  Speaking spiritually, the bread, representing his flesh, and the content of the cup, representing his blood, was the way he figuratively taught on many subjects.  He did not say there was some miraculous transubstantiation occurring: the changing of one substance to another.  He taught, however, as one consumes natural food and drink for physical nourishment, one must receive his word daily for spiritual nourishment.  In another example of figurative teaching, the Lord commanded the disciples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, but he was not talking about the one-celled fungi called yeast.  He was talking about the false doctrine and hypocrisy in the denominations of his day.  (Matthew 16:5-12; Luke 12:1)  Come to think about it, maybe you ought to relate that to today’s leaven infested denominations.

The Roman church also teaches the Eucharist is the renewing repeatedly, and thousands of times daily around the world, the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.  I should think the devil is rolling with laughter on this one.  He has gotten folk to bypass Christ's true teaching and teaches the Lamb of God must be sacrificed repeatedly - forever, I guess.  However, the Lord said about his sacrifice on the cross to the contrary, “It is finished,” and he meant once and for all.  (John 19:30)

You see, to Satan, the killing of Christ was his greatest victory, or so he thought, but in reality, it was his one-way ticket to the lake of fire.  What is more, the partakers of the Eucharist, the partakers of the mass killing of the Body of Christ, complete their satanic ritual with a swill of wine, encouraging alcohol imbibing as a religious practice and necessity.  Oh, how many non-drinking believers have been conned into doing it just like Lord did, and buy them a jug of Mogan David red.  Give me a break!  And speaking of encouraging alcohol use, the first three incidences of wine drinking in biblical history tell of sodomy (probably), incest, and the result of keeping questionable company.  (Genesis 9:18-24; Genesis 19:30-38; Job 1:4-19)  Alcohol, in fact, was the first mind-altering drug, the first recreational drug, the first date-rape drug, the first dumbing down drug, and was, and is, the primary drug of choice for devils and sorcerers.

The Roman Catholic Mass is, in reality, a morbid bastardization of the Lord's Supper that fondly recalls the murdering of Christ.  Why, they even hail each other with, “Merry Christmas,” or really, “Merry Murdering of Christ, and Happy New Year!”  Is this how you greet each other?  Are you glad someone told you the truth?

And now you also know what the crucifiers of Jesus Christ did after they killed him on the cross from the picture painted in Revelation 11:7-10: they made merry and gave gifts one to another, and mocked his Last Supper by calling the bread his body, and the wine his blood - the first Merry Christmas.  Don’t let the joke be on you.

And so, if you are not ready to meet the Lord, or you want to be in good shape when you do - eat his nutritious flesh and drink his life giving blood, the word of God, because...God loves you.  Read your Bible.

 

Maranatha


The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all.  Amen