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Easter Glorifies the Babylonian Goddess Ishtar, Passover is the True Holy Day

From a chat I’ve just had with another friend in Ghana:

We at don’t celebrate “Easter” which is, truly, Ishtar, a Babylonian “goddess” which the false churches glorify instead of Jesus Christ, if a great many congregants do so unwittingly because of the wolves in sheep’s clothing that are leading them straight into the arms of the soon-to-come Antichrist and, thereby, to eternal perdition instead of teaching them in the way that leads unto life everlasting.

The false “churches” teach the false pagan (satanic) doctrine of “Easter” being about Jesus’ resurrection on the third day. But it’s false. Easter has nothing to do with Jesus. We’ve all been lied to for many, many centuries.

Passover is the true holy day. Jesus Christ was our true Passover Lamb, who came to pay for the sins of the whole world.

“Easter” (truly, Ishtar) glorifies the goddess of prostitution, which is likewise known by a great many other names across the ancient world.

But don’t take my word for it, Brother.

Read the article [The Pagan Origin Of Easter]. And, more importantly, read, daily, the Word of God. The one instance of “Easter” in the King James Bible, in Acts 12:4, is a deliberate corruption, as a wicked means to try to justify, or uphold, the so-called “Church” and its wicked traditions.

The underlying word in Scripture is the Greek word for Passover.

And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people. (Acts 12:4, King James Bible)

ον και πιασας εθετο εις φυλακην παραδους τεσσαρσιν τετραδιοις στρατιωτων φυλασσειν αυτον βουλομενος μετα το πασχα αναγαγειν αυτον τω λαω (Acts 12:4)

πασχα is the Greek word for Passover. It would be spelled Pascha in English. Greek is, of course, the original language of the New Testament, and the writer of the Book of Acts, Luke, knew exactly what he was saying, through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, when he wrote πασχα, referring as he was to the Passover.

I was raised in the Church of England in the U.S. It likewise carries on a great many of the false wicked traditions of the Catholic Church.

These are grossly false “churches”, Brother.

It’s VERY important that you not put your faith and trust in these wicked institutions, but that you, rather, put ALL of your faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ.

The things of “Easter” — bunny rabbits, “Easter” eggs, etc. — have NOTHING to do with Jesus Christ nor the Bible. They are purely pagan (satanic) traditions of man and man’s false churches.

It’s crucially important that you come to Jesus Christ in faith and truth. Otherwise, Brother, you’ll end up in hell, alongside everyone else who rejected the true Jesus Christ:

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. (John 14:6)

Please read our Salvation page carefully. Pray to God the Father, in the name of His Son Jesus Christ. And ask Him to show you the truth. And you’re always more than welcome to reach out to me, whenever, if I can answer any questions you might have, etc. That’s what we’re here for.

Note: The below sentence from the above-linked article is false, though widely believed even by those who recognize the evils of the Easter unholy day:

“It is because Acts, chapter 12, tells us that it was the evil King Herod, who was planning to celebrate Easter, and not the Christians.” The Pagan Origin Of Easter

The truth is exactly as I’ve indicated. The King James Bible translation team deliberately “mis”-translated the Greek word for Passover as a means to try to legitimate the pagan wickedness of the Church of England, its Catholic Church predecessor and all the so-called Protestant churches that followed. Why? Because, in truth, these “churches” are the works of the devil.

For more details concerning the devilish works of these “churches”, stay tuned for the upcoming On Fire For God Today Podcast interview with David Felix Mukaga of Busia, Uganda.