Easter Sunday. Sunrise services, brunches with delicious baked honey ham and an Easter egg hunt for the little people. Always a lovely time with family as everyone gathers to worship and pay homage to: satan. Wait a minute, not again you say? Ah but I do. Easter is nothing more than a pagan unholy day centered around Ishtar, and her “son” Horus/Tammuz, which is in reality the worship of satan, the only being in all of scripture that declares that he will be like “The Most High”. Once you begin to wake up and discern that you are, in fact, directly in the center of Babylon and its Mystery Religion, you will remember that the worship of any “god” other than that of Yah, the Elohim of Israel, is in reality the worship of satan, the great counterfeit, regardless of how he packages it.
We are so easily distracted with the cares of this world that we very quickly forget all about our Almighty Elohim and all that He has done, and continues to do, for us. So quick we are to be angry with Him when something that is, in hindsight, not even important doesn’t go our way. And so it is that we go on, sinning and becoming wroth at times with the One, the only One, that truly loves us. Why is it, I wonder, that we do that? Pride perhaps is the answer. Pride is the reason that most, if not all, of the people that when presented with an absolute fact and the absolute truth, refuse to hear it. If the simple truth does not agree with their traditions and their justification of their actions, then it must not be the truth at all in their minds, but a blasphemous lie.
The truth however, is simply that, the truth. Regardless of how we think it should be, or who says that the truth would never be something “one sided”, it remains there, never changing. The issue is not whether or not the truth is in fact, the truth; the issue is that we simply do not wish to see it.
In Leviticus chapter 23 we are told by Yah Himself the feast days that He says we are supposed to celebrate. In this chapter are seven feasts of Yah that we are supposed to keep, along with the Sabbath every seventh day, which is Saturday by the way, not Sunday, and that is it. There is no Christmas listed, nor Easter, nor birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, anniversaries, New year’s eve/day, graduations, first communions, promotions at work, super bowl parties, or anything else for that matter. There just isn’t. Please, look for yourself, if you read the scriptures with eyes that can see, instead of reading into the scriptures that which you have been told, you will perhaps perceive the truth as it stands plainly and simply.
As I believe I have already stated elsewhere on this here blog, if you come to the knowledge of the truth that Easter is an abomination to Yah yet continue to celebrate it because of “peer pressure” or some insane belief that in so doing you can bring granny whats-her-name to salvation, then you’re just a sellout, and the worst part is; you’re only selling yourself short. If you don’t like what I’m saying, that’s fine, however remember that it is not to me that you will have to give an account.
Below is a link that I have included that will explain the atrocity of “Ishtar Sun-day” far more concisely than I can. Keep in mind that this one link is not the sole source, as there is a lot of information about this out there.