Friday, October 25, 2019


There are a number of wretched songs from Hollywood that have been given Christian words in a vomit drenched attempt to charm worldly Christians into believing their lust for garbage can be made sacred.

Here is a classic.

The original song was first presented to the public in 1913 and evolved into what is known as a Maori love song in the neighborhood of New Zealand. This version was used in a tear jerker movie long ago,

Now, here are the alleged "Christian" words.

What noble lyrics. What zeal to be cleansed of sin and made whole by Christ. The words seem to be biblically sound and uplifting. 



Consider the possibility the older saints sitting in your local church as this song is sung. They may have been deep into worldly things before they got saved, and their memories of the tune and original words will be used of Satan to drag them back to shame and regrets over their past life. This is a damnable and vile thing to do to these folks. But no, you just have to have your mixture of hog slop and Jesus. 

I have news for you. A bloody Mary has vodka and tomato juice in it. Tomato juice is very healthy food. But, the tomato in the drink does not sanctify the end product. 

You see, when you mix the world with the truth from the Bible, you get a hybrid hatched in the mind of Satan. You get the same response from God that Moses showed when he returned from Mount Sinai and found the children of Israel dancing before a golden calk with the ark of God sitting behind the calf. Aaron thought he could sanctify this return to pagan worship be adding the ark of God to the golden calf. Moses ground the golden calf to dust and made the children of Israel drink it in water.

When you observe pagan rituals and add Jesus to them, God is not amused. Examples of this are the very old tradition of observing the birth of Christ on the winter solstice when the pagan world believed that Marduke, the god of Babylon, was reborn every winter. You now call it Christmas. In doing this, you are mixing the filth of Satan worship with the account of Jesus' birth. You simply traded in Marduke for Jesus.

Then, again in April, you mix the Easter bunny and Easter eggs, part of the worship of Ishtar and the exaltation of sex and fertility, with the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and you call it Easter.

The T-shirt means that we need to give Christmas back to Satan and leave Jesus out of it.

Why do you think the village drunk and the village whore show up on those two days every year, Christmas and Easter, for those Sundays when you celebrate these pagan holidays? It is because the wicked are attracted to the Jesus who has been filthied by your pagan mixture.

You and your pastor are NO different from the Hebrew people dancing naked around the golden calf in the wilderness with your paganized Jesus and your notions of self-righteous zeal. Your religion is about as useful as the cross hanging down between the breasts of some Hollywood whore.

So, you have been getting more and more uncomfortable with Christmas. How about doing something to cleanse you home and church of this paganized mixture this year?

Psalms 75:8 For in the hand of the LORD there is a cup, and the wine is red; it is full of mixture; and he poureth out of the same: but the dregs thereof, all the wicked of the earth shall wring them out, and drink them.

The Lord also has a mixture in Heaven. It is a mixture of pain and wrath. If you keep slapping the face of Jesus with your pagan rituals on Christmas and Easter, God will give you a dose of his mixture, just as he did with Sodom and Pompey long ago.

Revelation 14:9 And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
10 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:

So, what are you going to do about it?