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Does God Hate Halloween?

Halloween“You must not worship the LORD your God the way the other nations worship their gods, for they perform for their gods [Satan] every detestable act that the LORD hates…” – Deuteronomy 12:31

Celebrating Halloween is not harmless fun as many ignorantly claim. Whether they realize it or not, Christians who participate in this evil holiday are guilty of witchcraft by commemorating a Satanic high holy day. If you have ignorantly celebrated Halloween in the past, you must repent before God of your sin, ask Him to forgive you, and never again allow yourself or your children to celebrate a holiday that has such an evil history and defiling influence.

To learn more about what God has to say about the dangers of Halloween, write for our free CD, “Does God Hate Halloween?” by Pastor Luis Josephus. Email us with your request at: realjesusministries@gmail.com



Comment from Pastor Luis:

Celebrating Halloween will spiritually defile you.

Whether you take Halloween seriously or not, by observing this holiday you are participating in witchcraft and consorting with evil spirits. Burn any leftover Halloween paraphenalia in your home. Don’t open your doors to trick or treaters. Halloween has never been a Christian holiday, and it has no place in the church or the life of a born again believer in Jesus Christ. In fact, take a stand firmly against it by exposing its evil practice.

“Do not defile yourselves by turning to mediums or to those who consult the spirits of the dead. I am the LORD your God.” – Leviticus 19:31

Take no part in the worthless deeds of evil and darkness; instead, expose them.” – Ephesians 5:11

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When was Jesus actually born?

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

The Bible doesn’t give us an exact date, but He could not have been born in December. Most likely Jesus was born in September. The Christmas holiday celebrated annually on December 25th was an invention of the Roman Catholic Church around the fourth century A.D. and has no biblical support whatsoever. Furthermore, Jesus only commanded us to memorialize His sacrificial death – not His birth. December 25th was originally the celebration of the pagan sun god’s birthday which the Roman church deceptively changed to Christ’s birthday instead.

Later in history, the Protestant Church continued this unholy invention of the Roman Catholic Church and “Christ-Mass”, or “Christmas” became an established holiday to this day. If you study the history of Christmas further you’ll also be shocked to discover that the decoration of Christmas trees with silver and gold ornaments, mistletoe, Santa Claus, elves, reindeer, and many other such customs all have sinister origins and have no place in the Christian Church.

Since Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Israel, the days are too cold in December for shepherds to be out in the fields at night keeping watch over their flocks.

“…and she [Mary] gave birth to her firstborn, a son [Jesus]. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn. And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night.” – Luke 2:7-8

Hanukkah, the Feast of Lights, began at Sundown on December 7th of this year. Although not one of the original Seven Feasts instituted by Yahovah God, it is a holiday which my family and I prefer to celebrate as a substitute for Christmas. It has no pagan connection and gifts are also exchanged after (or during) the eight days of Hanukkah. As born-again Christians, my family and grandchildren prefer observing Hanukkah better than celebrating Christmas, since we are not participating in any pagan traditions that will offend God.

For further study of the pagan origins of Christmas, click here to order our free booklet, “The Seven Biblical Feasts.”

–         Pastor Luis Yosefus


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