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Awaken The Sleeping Bride – Introduction

Over the course of the next several posts, I am going to be sharing a book that my mother wrote called “Awaken the Sleeping Bride.”   Introduction This book evolved through a personal journey with God.  As I began to lay myself open before the Lord, He began to reveal and peel away things in […]

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Bibliography for Awaken the Sleeping Bride

Bibliography Barth, Edna. Holly, Reindeer, and Colored Lights. New York: Seabury Press, 1971. “Christmas.” World Book Encyclopedia. 1992. Coffin, Tristram Potter.  The Illustrated Book of Christmas Folklore. New York: The Seabury Press, 1973. Count, Earl W.  4000 Years of Christmas.  New York:  Rider And Company, 1953. Crippen, T. G.  Christmas and Christmas Lore.  Detroit: Omnigraphics, 1990. Chuvin, […]

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Chapter 9 : You Shall You Shall Not Worship The Lord In That Way

You Shall You Shall Not Worship The Lord In That Way I hope that as you have read the previous chapters you have been able to grasp the depth of the deception the enemy has sewn into the very fabric of our customs, traditions and heritage.  Even the names of the months and days of […]

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Chapter 8 : Uniting The One New Man

Uniting The One New Man The rejection of the Jewish roots has caused confusion about the date of Christ’s resurrection and made it unclear how Yeshua was the fulfillment of the Passover feast. It has also contributed to the separation of the Gentile and the Jew, preventing the Gentile Christian from witnessing the truth of […]

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Chapter 7 : What Happened To The Lamb That Was Slain?

What Happened To The Lamb That Was Slain? The anti-semitism of the church, as previously discussed, contributed to what we know as “Easter” today, and why the church has adopted the various pagan customs rather than keeping the Passover feast.  The Christian church’s commemoration of the resurrection of Christ at the same time as Easter […]

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Chapter 6 : What Does A Bunny Have to Do With The Cross?

Chapter 6 What Does A Bunny Have to Do With The Cross? Easter is the most important holiday of the church, intending to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus.  Sadly, pre-Christian customs originating from paganism have been assimilated into the present day traditions and practices, polluting the significance of the resurrection of Jesus. The Layman’s Bible Encyclopedia […]

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Chapter 5 : What Agreement Has The Temple Of God With Idols?

Chapter 5 What Agreement Has The Temple Of God With Idols? Many of the rituals of the winter pagan holidays are the same customs that make up our modern-day Christmas (Crippen 13). One of these customs is the use of candles.    Centuries before the birth of Christ people lit torches at their pagan winter solstices. […]

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Chapter 4 : What Does Santa have To Do With Yeshua’s Birth?

Chapter 4 What Does Santa have To Do With Yeshua’s Birth? I remember my own experiences growing up in a traditional Christian home at Christmas time.  My mother always let me set up the nativity scene as the house was being transformed with all of the holiday decorations.  She used this time to teach me about […]

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Chapter 3 : Constantine I, Christian or Politician?

Chapter 3 Constantine I, Christian or Politician? Who was this emperor that Bishop Eusibius later wrote in his Ecclesiastical History of as “the most exalted person living” and “God’s dearly beloved”? The Bishop considered opposition to Constantine as opposition of God’s own (Manschreck, 31).  Constantine was born and educated in the Imperial Court.  His father, […]

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Chapter 2 : Early Christianity in An Empirical Cult

Chapter 2 Early Christianity in an Empirical Cult Before going into the historical roots of the current holiday customs I want to lay down some foundational information regarding the history of the Christian movement that I hope will shed some light on how syncretism has been a ploy of Satan’s from the beginning.  A brief […]

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