Who Put Christ in Christ-mas?

To the Tune of “Deck the Halls”

Deck the halls with boughs of holly,

fa la la la la, la la la la

’tis the season to be jolly,

fa la la la la, la la la la

Does it ever make you wonder,

fa la la la la la, la la la

why do we decorate trees and wreaths?

fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

Oh, I grew up adoring Santa,

fa la la la la, la la la la

and prayed for gifts on Christmas day.

fa la la la la la, la la la

  Then one night while singing Carols,

I heard the words of, “O Christmas Tree,”

that’s when I knew, this is not okay.

 Finally I Googled “Christmas,

Constantine, 325 A.D.”

I’d assumed the change was harmless,

until I read Proverbs 30:6.

Now everybody knows of Christ-mas,

but not our Creator’s Holy, (Set Apart) days.

His birth, death and Resurrection,

all fulfilled on His Appointed days!

“Passover,” and “Unleavened Bread,”

His blood was shed and He died that day.

Three days later, right on First Fruits,

He rose to Life, like He said He would.

At “Feast of Weeks” He sent His Spirit,

Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles,

His Return, Judgement and True Birthday.

“You have let go of the teachings of God and are holding on to human traditions.” Mark 7:8Mark 7:13 Matthew 15:31 Peter 1:18Leviticus 10:10Deuteronomy 4:2Deuteronomy 12:30Leviticus 18:30Leviticus 23, Jeremiah 10:2Jeremiah 10:3Jeremiah 10:4,  Psalm 106:35 

Keep the Holy, Sacred, Set Apart from the Common holidays of the world.

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