About The X Mass H8rs Blog

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Deuteronomy 12:29-31 (NKJV)

Beware of False Gods

29 “When the Lord your God cuts off from before you the nations which you go to dispossess, and you displace them and dwell in their land, 30 take heed to yourself that you are not ensnared to follow them, after they are destroyed from before you, and that you do not inquire after their gods, saying, ‘How did these nations serve their gods? I also will do likewise.’ 31 You shall not worship the Lord your God in that way; for every abomination to the Lord which He hates they have done to their gods; for they burn even their sons and daughters in the fire to their gods. (bold mine for emphasis)

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Deuteronomy+12%3A29-31&version=NKJV

“Do not learn the way of the nations . . . For the customs of the peoples are FALSE” (Jer.10:1-3, NRSV).

I, like many Christians, have come to the realization of the truth that Christ is not in Christmas. At least, not the true Jesus but one of another gospel, such as the one found in pagan worship, the sun-god “Christ”, Tammuz (or whatever other Baal names he goes by), whose given birth date is the 25th of December, and such as the one I call the Eucharistic Christ, the perpetual victim, as opposed to the victorious risen Saviour. Finding resources for anti-X Mass articles and videos has been quite successful and I wanted to compile them here at this blog for easy access by other X Mass H8rs. I have found Facebook pages and links that are posted in the links page. But, beware! Some have gone too far in their desire to please God that they have become like Judaizers  (Hebrew Roots Movement) in their misguided zeal concerning other issues that we ought not quibble about. This site will expose the gnosticism and religious pagan beliefs and traditions that have crept into our churches.

I hope this blog will be an encouraging one that those of us with a Christ-like mind toward traditions of men/pagan/papist “holy” days can help one another by sharing articles, posts and videos. There are many of us who have been railed against by our own brothers and sisters in Christ as we have tried to get them to heed Jesus’ warning to them to “Come out from among them” and to “not learn the ways of the heathen to worship (God) with.” Hopefully, those who feel as if they are alone in their God-honoring belief will find that they are not so alone in it. God has been calling His elect out from the oxymoronic religious traditions of so-called christianized paganism since the Reformation and its not just the cults that have had it right concerning the Christian’s participation in these Babylonish pagan/papist “holy” days.

If you are an X Mass celebrant and want to leave a comment please know that I will post it unaltered even if it must be censored. The reality is this: many X Mass celebrants think that X Mass H8rs are attacking their big day with family and friends or that we have an evil spirit that is trying to keep them from worshiping and thanking God for His Son on this man-made traditional “holy” day of His incarnation and they can be quite nasty about it. X Mass H8rs have pretty much heard it all in such unloving and scripturally ignorant attacks, even by teachers and preachers who should know better. We also know how to answer your justifications, like, its a great time for sharing the Gospel! Since when did God say it is OK to use paganism (lies) to win the lost? He doesn’t even give permission to worship Him with pagan rituals and traditions! Reread the above scriptures I’ve posted at the beginning of this About page. Look how pagan the Roman Catholic Church is and you will see that the Scarlet Harlot’s daughters from the Protestant/Evangelical Churches are fast on the Road to Rome with their Jingle Bells on. X Mass H8rs must expose the pagan evil and give warnings to those caught up in the beguiling Siren’s song of the Christ Mass and Easter Seasons. Even if it means we become your enemy for telling you the biblical truth.

I welcome everyone who visits this site to examine the reasons for not celebrating unordained, uncommanded “holy” days called “Christmas” and “Easter” even if you are one who celebrates them. I pray that the Holy Spirit will bring conviction to you through God’s Word.

And, yes, I KNOW that “X” is used to denote Jesus Christ. But it also goes back to the founder of all false religions, Nimrod. Another satanic symbol that Christianity adopted when they were in their early days of incorporating paganism with the true religion.

…The legendary symbol for Nimrod is “X.” The use of this symbol always denotes witchcraft. When “X” is used as a shortened form meaning Christmas, it actually means “to celebrate the feast of Nimrod.”

Quick note on my Pages-click on the Parent Page itself for more information or to use as a chat forum specific to that Page’s title.

Feel free to copy and paste articles but give credit to the original author of them! On You Tube videos go to the YT site and copy the code to paste where you want it posted. Let’s spread the word and help our brethren to see the truth about these christo-pagan “holy” days. Pray for God’s Holy Spirit to overtake the spirit of error and enchantments as you share.

May all of the Lord’s Servants be blessed in all that they do for His Kingdom, by His power and for His glory, amen~

Disclaimer: I do not endorse anyone’s certain religious views in what I post here. My goal is to share the truth about the pagan/papist “holy” days called Christmas and Easter and other forms of paganism in the church and that may include articles, posts, videos and teachings from those whose religious views you and I disagree with. Use discernment . I’m not asking anyone to do anything more than to give consideration to the scripturally sound message despite the messenger’s religious beliefs in other matters.  Also, I see that some articles I post on side issues like the keeping of the Sabbath and the Hebrew Roots Movement are by those who believe that the X Mass and Easter   “holy” days are OK to celebrate. That does not make it right to do as it is still an abomination to God.

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7 responses to “About The X Mass H8rs Blog

  1. Think about it…

    It is NEVER going to be acceptable to a Holy God to offer Him rituals created for worship to demons, no matter what name or revisionist meaning we slap upon it.

    He will absolutely refuse it, and most likely, if we continued trying to offer it after we have been made aware of the vile source, eventually we will invoke His righteous wrath.

    Decide for yourself what you wish to do, but as for ME, I will attempt to please God as HE instructs, NOT through paganic traditions as I may desire.

    Besides,
    Even if we COULD somehow use pagan rituals in worship to the true God, WHY SHOULD WE WANT to? ~ Gordon Kelse-Furr

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  2. https://shodfeet.wordpress.com/2015/10/14/why-some-christians-dont-celebrate-christmas/

    FTA: Having been a pastor for 30 years, from year to year I am confronted with the question of why are there Christians who do not celebrate or partake of the festivities of Christmas. It seems unimaginable that a professor in Jesus Christ could find fault with Christmas: an apparent unique opportunity to present the coming of our Lord into this world as it’s Saviour. Why would anyone want to oppose the undeniable recognition given to Him by the world that he came to redeem? Could there be a negative aspect so strong as to override the tradition that could stir up an animosity against its observance from a true believer? To protest the commercialization or a worldly reveling and such like seem understandable, but to totally reject any association at all with the holiday seems to be unrealistic for any real Christian. Yet, there are those who don’t just let December 25th pass in quiet protest of inobservance, but rather openly express an attitude of intolerance as to write, preach and even suffer family disunity in their opposition of it’s observance. What is it about December 25th that affects some Christians in this matter? Is it fanaticism? Is there a reasonable cause behind their actions? Does the Word of God say anything that would provoke this minority’s views toward Christmas? This pamphlet is intended to help answer these questions.

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