On the Controversy of Easter

It is never wrong to celebrate the Resurrection of Christ, and choosing to celebrate the Resurrection on a certain day, on every Sunday or on every day is never wrong. Moreover, one cannot be seen as wrong with God because he worships on a certain day as opposed to another (Colossians 2:6-23; Galatians 4:8-11; Romans 14).

HOWEVER, one must not mix Christian worship with pagan traditions and rituals (2 Corinthians 6:14-18). BE AWARE that Easter was once (and is) a wicked pagan holiday (see Ostara and/or Ishtar) that was assumed by historic Catholicism into “Christian” tradition. That assumption was erroneous. Biblically, it never should have happened. Because of this error, the timing of Easter 2016 is not according to the biblical timing of Passover, when Jesus was crucified and resurrected afterward. Also because of this paganization of Christianity, rabbits and eggs enter into western tradition of “Easter”—a fertility and new seed festival.

Worship Christ, but do not worship (ignorantly or knowingly) in the methods and means and cycles of days of heathen beliefs, behind which are the forces of darkness. You, who are God’s, are Light!

Today, among every day you choose, celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in the ways our God prescribes (Ephesians 5:14-21)!!

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