2nd Timothy 4:4 “And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.” This prophecy spoken by the Apostle Paul has been fulfilled. Although this warning has been given to us many generations ago, our people follow fables that are destructive. Celebrations like Christmas and Three Kings Day have mythical characters that children are taught to believe in, causing them to turn unto false gods for gifts. These mythical characters are rooted on the pagan (false) gods of the Romans, then blended by the Roman Catholic Church.
Besides breaking the first commandment, Exodus 20:3 “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.”, these days promote white supremacy. By removing your own history and accomplishments, it is replaced by ideals that promulgates mental slavery of inferiority. The Christmas tradition of Santa Claus’ helpers originally presented as one or more enslaved demons forced to assist their captor is a perfect example. These chained and fire scorched demons were redeveloped as black skinned humans in the likeness of Moors who work as servants for Saint Nicholas.
This is portrayed by the racist custom of blackface with Zwarte (black) Peter, a moor. The irony is that whites are portrayed as holy and good while black is looked upon as evil, is what is instilled. Zwarte Peter alludes to the disciple of Christ as being black and the Israelites, who once ruled Europe as the moors personifying evil.
But their white Germanic or Norse paganism represented by Santa Claus is good. During the three kings day celebration blackface is also common, since one of the wise men is depicted as a dark skinned Arabian.
While they mock our heritage right in front of our faces, we refuse to acknowledge who we are, and teach our children instead their destructive ways. Hopefully, the lesson presented to you will move you to apply the wisdom of the scriptures. 1st Timothy 4:7 “But refuse profane and old wives’ fables, and exercise thyself rather unto godliness.” Shalam (Peace)!