I Don't Celebrate Christmas As a Religious Holiday

I don't celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday. First of all, God would not be pleased by a Christ's Mass. There was a one time sacrifice for all time, for the elect. Mass, the continual sacrifice of Christ, is false religion.

Then, Christmas music, the religious music, is fraught with false doctrine, the elevation of days, of holy nights, all that have nothing to do with a spiritual kingdom of Christ.

For those who would celebrate the Lord's birth on the 25th of December, I would simply tell them that the day is an arbitrary day. Christ's birthday is an unknown. Therefore, at best, the 25th of December is a representative day, not the day of Christ's birth.

I conform to social norms for a secular Christmas, to make my family happy. I like Santa Claus and the tree with decorations. Of course, I shed any religous connotations of those practices, knowing that they have roots in either pagan or false religious practice.

The winter solstice celebration is not the birthday of Christ, and as I have said, no one knows what the birthday of Christ was. It wasn't important enough to include in revealed scripture. It was likely not in December because of clues.

Based on John the Baptist's conception, in the middle of June, in the course of Abijah (Luke 1:5), it is likely that Jesus was born sometime in September, since Jesus was 6 months younger than John. But it doesn't matter, since it isn't during the pagan winter solstice celebration.

I don't believe God uses Christmas to save the elect. The Christmas spirit is not the Spirit of Christ!

If someone wants to remember Christ on any day, including the 25th of December, it is fine. The elect will remember Christ every day!

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