I Am Not A Pagan

I AM NOT A PAGAN – I worship the Lord Jesus Christ, and Him alone do I serve and give homage. It is He alone that has given me and my family numerous gifts, blessings, food, and shelter. I chose to celebrate His coming to the earth to die for my sins at this time every year. I am not commanded to do this, nor am I commanded not to do this. I am like the Jews in the days of Esther who upon hearing word that the conspiracy to have them killed was discovered and the conspirators were killed, they held a FREE WILL festival called Purim. They were not commanded to, they wanted to. They still do to this day. The conspirator against me was defeated by the birth of Jesus Christ and He is worthy to be praised. Why should I let Satan receive any honor on December 25th when the Bible says “This is the day that the Lord hath made, we will rejoice and be glad in it.” If you choose not to celebrate the Nativity of our Lord, that is fine, I am not offended and you are doing so to honor God. I, likewise and many others like me, choose this day to honor the message of Luke 2, and Matthew 1 and 2. Please out of respect for Collossians 2:16, and Romans 14:4-10, do not come into judgment or condemnation over someones conscience in choosing this time of year to show forth the Gospel. Remember, God hath concluded us ALL under sin, that the promise by faith of Jesus Christ might be given to them that believe.

7 thoughts on “I Am Not A Pagan”

  1. pastor mike what a world it would be if those who believe in Christ would truly believe in the simplicity in Christ and not be so judgmental of others you keep doing what the good lord leads you to do the important thing is you reach those of us who are and were lost with the truth and bring us back home have a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

  2. I do not have a problem with those that wish to celebrate a day for our Lord and Saviour’s birth. My question is this – since we are a light to the darkness of the world should we be engaged in traditions and symbolism that have roots in the worship of plural gods or should we define the observance of the Lord’s birth with what is holy and acceptable according to the word and not an abomination to the most high GOD? I have struggled with this topic for almost 30 years. I am deeply convicted by the Holy Spirit not to participate in the pagan ritual. I respect you and your teachings according to the KJV Bible. I would very much appreciate a Watchman Video Broadcast of this topic. I am sure it will help to define the boundaries between holy observance and unholy practices. I Love You with the Love of Jesus!


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