For those who know the truth of heathen Christ-mass.
And shun such idolatry.
Can be sung to the tune of Away in a manger
AWAY IN OLD BABEL
Away in old Babel, the harlot’s cult bed,
The baby god Tammuz lay down his stone head;
His whore mother Ishtar - great Babylon’s light,
The pure virgin goddess gave birth on that night.
The time was the solstice, December two - five,
Though cut down in summer, he now is alive;
So light all your candles and send gifts around
And sacrifice babies - abortions abound.
Away in old Egypt does Isis give birth,
And baby god Horus has now come to earth
Three chiliads later in Ichabod Rome
A counterfeit CHILD is there welcomed home.
Your God is not our God, your goddess is damned,
Foul goddess reserved, for the fire brand
Nor can Lord Yeshua or Miriam have blame;
Let Pontifex Maximus hang his head in shame.
So let the believers reject heathen arts
And heed these true words that the Saviour imparts;
‘I encourage my saints to reject Christmas Day,
for my God will never bless such a foul way!’
Richard Merrell 1989
PO Box 107 Wentworth Falls, NSW Australia 2782
THE MESSIAH WAS BORN IN THE MONTH TISHRI and HE WAS CRUCIFIED IN THE MONTH NISAN on the 14th DAY, the DAY OF PREPARATION; and rose on the day of FIRSTFRUIT, PASSOVER is the TRUTH.......CHRISTMAS and EASTER have NOTHING TO DO WITH THE LORD
the poem The Two Babylons
the poem The Folly of Christmas
the poem The Devil's Tree
Hanukah, Feast of Dedication
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'If," says he, "I wished to please men, I should not be Christ's servant." But the same apostle elsewhere bids us take care to please all: "As I," he says, "please all by all means." No doubt he used to please them by celebrating the Saturnalia and New-year's day! [Was it so] or was it by moderation and patience? by gravity, by kindness, by integrity? In like manner, when he is saying, "I have become all things to all, that I may gain all," does he mean "to idolaters an idolater? "to heathens a heathen?" "to the worldly worldly?" from Tertullian, On Idolatry, chapter xiv