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The “Nimrod” Tree
“NIMROD” – The LORD of Christmas

“Nimrod started the great organized worldly apostasy 
from God that has dominated this world until now. 
Nimrod married his own mother, whose name was Semiramis. 
After Nimrod’s death, his so-called mother-wife, 
Semiramis, propagated the evil doctrine of the survival 
of Nimrod as a spirit being. She claimed a full-grown 
evergreen tree sprang overnight from a dead tree stump, 
which symbolized the springing forth unto new life 
of the dead Nimrod. On each anniversary of his birth, 
she claimed, Nimrod would visit the evergreen tree 
and leave gifts upon it. December 25th, was the birthday 
of Nimrod. This is the real origin of the Christmas tree.”
-The Plain Truth About Christmas
by David J. Stewart | December 24th, 2005

“Traditionally, a yule log was burned in the fireplace 
on Christmas Eve and during the night as the log’s embers 
died, there appeared in the room, as if by magic, a 
Christmas tree surrounded by gifts. The yule log 
represented the sun-god Nimrod and the Christmas tree 
represented himself resurrected as his own son Tammuz.”
–After Armageddon -Chapter 4
Where do we get our ideas?
by John A. Sarkett

“So our Christmas tree — and our yule log — have 
tremendous meaning, but not a Christian meaning. 
The yule log is the dead Nimrod, human ruler of 
ancient Babylon, who was eventually deified as the 
sun incarnate, and hence a god. The Christmas tree 
is mystical Tammuz, the slain god come to life again.”
–After Armageddon -Chapter 4
Where do we get our ideas?
by John A. Sarkett 

Hope for those that Love Celebrating Christ for Christmas!!

Messianic Jews and Christmas

Most biblical scholars agree that Yeshua was not born on December 25th but sometime earlier in the year, perhaps around Sukkot (soo-KOTE) in the fall. The Church adopted the date as a way of providing Believers the opportunity to honor Yeshua and also counter a pagan holiday celebrated at the same time. This, along with the rich symbolism in Chanukah that speaks of Yeshua, leads most Messianic Jews to honor His coming at Chanukah rather than Christmas.

Chanukah and Christmas include miracles, light and dedication. Whether Messianic Jew or Gentile, both holidays point our attention to Yeshua, the Light of the World, and how God intervened to provide our freedom. Each beckons us to whole-hearted dedication to Him

Prepare for the Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s Death on the Cross for payment for your sins.

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