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Christ-Mass: Your Gift to God is Intercessory Prayer

There is much evidence that Christmas, as precious the childhood memories it holds for so many Christians (including me), is not the birthday of the Lord Jesus Christ and is not of God.

Many Christians are already aware that December 25th is not the actual birthday of Jesus Christ. (December 25th is the birth date of Mithra the "Sun God.") Nevertheless, and in spite of the fact that Christmas is rife with pagan traditions, they like to celebrate it, supposedly because they are doing this in remembrance of his birth.

The Bible tells us how Jesus commanded his followers to remember him. We are to remember his death on the cross:

And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me. (Luke 22:19)

The saints of God remember the Lord Jesus Christ by partaking of the Lord's supper.

The world, which "lieth in wickedness" has not been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb. They have no understanding of his death and what it means:

For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. (1 Corinthians 1:18)

The world "remembers" the birth of Jesus Christ every year with commercialism and traditions rooted in paganism such as Christmas trees, holly wreaths, the yule log, mistletoe, Santa Claus, etc. God's word commands God's people to learn not the way of the heathen. (Jeremiah 10:2)  Many people who regard themselves as God's children believe that they have "liberty in Christ" to learn the way of the heathen if they so choose.

The disciples of Jesus Christ are not spiritually asleep like the world; rather, they watch, and are sober because they know Satan is at work in this world seeking to do tremendous harm:

Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

Christmastime is a season when Satan is especially successful in devouring human beings because Christmas, like Halloween, is a time of human sacrifice. On midnight, Christmas Eve, human sacrifices are performed.

Christmas really means the mass, or slaying of Jesus Christ:

In essence, the Mass is the ceremonial slaying of Jesus Christ over and over again, followed by the eating of his flesh and the drinking of his blood. The Mass is the death sacrifice, and the 'Host' is the victim. (1)

Human sacrifice is also carried out on the Winter Solstice (a major satanic high day), the full moon, and on New Year's Eve. (High level Satanists ritually murder people every single day from midnight Christmas Eve through New Year's Day!)

The reason God's people must be sober (rather than merry) at Christmastime is because of the need to intercede against human sacrifice. While Satan's followers are sacrificing human beings (particularly infant boys) on altars all over the world at midnight, Christmas Eve, most Christians are enjoying themselves—oblivious to these heinous goings-on. We must be vigilant at this time, not encumbered by the world's expectation that we partake of the Christmas celebration.

I realize that Christmas is an emotionally charged time that is filled with warm memories and expectations from one's family and friends to conform to the world. In spite of the pressures to fit in, the Christian must choose to be true to God every day, including Christmas:

"And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." (Romans 12:2)

Those who have the mind of Christ will not allow their own expectations at Christmastime or those of family and friends to be their bottom line. Their bottom line is what God expects. God holds his people accountable for the light that he has given them. Since we know about what is going on behind the scenes at Christmas time, we must stand against it.

Walking in the light of the LORD requires sacrifice. We must separate ourselves from things that we might personally treasure but God regards as a sin or weight that we must lay aside so that we can with patience run the race that is set before us. (See Hebrews 12:1)

God's people must accept the responsibility to be sober (rather than merry) on ritual high days, so that Satan's followers will be greatly hindered in their quest for worldwide human sacrifice. We cannot personally travel to the ends of the earth and rescue every person who has been targeted for human sacrifice, but God knows exactly where they are. He has all power to bring about their deliverance but his saints must petition him with prayers and fastings. 

Those who abide in Jesus Christ are the only people on the face of the earth who are qualified to stand against the powers of darkness. We must stand against human sacrifice that takes place during the Christmas season by being sober and praying rather than joining in the festivities that Satan uses as a distraction so that his human servants may commit ritual murders unhindered.

When we pray, we must ask our Heavenly Father in Jesus' name to rescue the infant boys (and others) who are being held for sacrifice throughout the entire Christmas season: Winter Solstice, Christmas, and through New Year's Eve.

Let us obey God's command to stand in the evil day:

Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Eph. 6:13

Be encouraged that the more Christians pray against human sacrifice, the less demons Satan's workers will have to bring about  the implementation of global government—which requires a tremendous amount of demonic and human cooperation. The prayers and fastings of the saints hinder Satan from fulfilling his goals unopposed in this world.

May God richly bless those of you who are willing to give up the unbiblical custom of Christmas and co-labor together with Jesus Christ by interceding for the people Satan's followers intend to brutally defile and kill during this time.

To God be the glory for the great things he has done and will continue to do in answer to the prayers of his people.


(1) [Note: This acknowledgement is not to be construed as an endorsement of this ministry.]


Reasons Not to Celebrate Christmas
Cases of Human Sacrifice Around the World
Christ-mass by David Neal

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