• 00:30

    Easter Island and The Heads of the Moais

    in Paranormal

    Easter Island and The Heads of the Moais

  • 00:30

    Martydom, Easter the Abomination of the Church

    in Christianity

                                                                      Acts 12: 1 -5


    Easter=Eostre whch is named Ostara who was a Anglo-Saxon Goddess but comes from the Ancients such as Semiramis, Inanna, Ishtar,Isis, Astare, Asharoth, Queen Of Heaven, Diana & Mother Mary. There are many more names for the Easter Goddesses depending upon which country was worshipping her.Easter has nothing to do with Passover people and it never will becuse it was all a Fable, in which, God warned us about. If you celebrate Easter you are worshipping Semiramis the Wife of Nimrod & the Babylonian Queen, a she Devil. The tradition that  ministers in the Pulpit knows this also they just choose to keep a tradition that God is very much against. Jeremiah 44: 4 -30

  • 00:45

    Pagan Origins of Christmas and Easter

    in Education

    In the year AD 312, Emperor Constantine had a vision, seeing the cross of Christ superimposed on the sun, with the words, “in hoc signo vinces” = "in this sign you shall conquer."  He attributed a battle victory to this vision, and  he became a strong champion of Christianity.  The next year, he met with Emperor Licinius, the ruler of the eastern provinces, to sign the Edict of Milan giving equal rights to all religious groups within the Roman Empire.  Constantine blended Christian and pagan traditions by combining two pagan rituals (Saturn the god of Agriculture and Mithras the Persian god of light).  Constantine merged many of the traditions from these festivals with the Nativity story in the Bible and Christmas was born. From its beginning, Christmas was a holiday (or holy day), gifts were exchanged, families and friends gathered to feast, and a birth was celebrated; just like in the Roman and Persian festivities.  The first mention of December 25 as the date of Jesus' birth is found in an early Roman calendar from A.D. 336.


    Easter is is Chaldean (Babylonian) in origin - the name Astarte, one of the titles of Beltis, the queen of heaven. Astarte is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar. The worship of Bel and Astarte was introduced very early into Britain, along with the Druids, "the priests of the groves," the high places where the pagans worshipped the idols of Baal.
    The Easter Bunny, the oldest pagan symbol of fertility - Semiramis - has absolutely NOTHING to do with the resurrection of Christ, nor does the Sunrise service. Jesus was resurrected while it was still DARK.   John 20:1 (KJV)  The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre.

  • 00:53

    Preparing for Easter

    in Cooking

    Preparing for Easter

  • 00:44

    Easter, Passover and the Holy Days: What's a Christian to Do?

    in Christianity

                               Some born again believers wonder if they should be celebrating Old Testament Holy Days such as Passover, Feast of Weeks, etc. Most born again believers celebrate Easter thinking they are celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. A recently posed question to this ministry is Should Christians celebrate Passover, Easter, and other "holy days". Join Brother Jim in this Bible teaching as we get the wisdom of God and find out what God's expectation is for the Church regarding the celebration of such days. Amen.

  • 00:25

    Easter Is Coming

    in School

    This episode we will be talking about the true meaning of easter.

  • 00:30

    The Mystery Of Babylon, Easter The Consort Of El

    in Christianity

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=14&cad=rja&uact=8&sqi=2&ved=0CFwQFjAN&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fossilizedcustoms.com%2Feaster.html&ei=tejxVPbFKpGvogSq5YKoBQ&usg=AFQjCNEzCyG7uQHa7q7pc7lvymqN9b0fsQ&sig2=3lIHf5XfU2Q25hzG8kcg2A

  • 00:04

    Easter Greetings

    in Christianity

     "Easter Greetings" An Audio Reflection for Easter (Matthew 28: 1-11). 


    “Know that you are risen with Christ.” That text from Colossians is the way Christians said hello for centuries… not just at Easter, but year round. Kind of makes the whole Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays kerfuffle sound pretty tame. Imagine living in a world where we greeted each other with the plain truth of the Resurrection and our salvation in it. Jesus did more than imagine such a world, he gave his life for it...


    In the risen Christ we live in the here and now… crossing over seamlessly to the there and then… in the certainty of our own resurrection. In the risen Christ we are safe from sin… knowing that beyond our falls lies the resurrection of forgiveness. Beyond our betrayals, divine mercy awaits the penitent.


    Let this feast of the Resurrection mark a turning point in our lives. Christ is risen and he wants us to be risen, too. Greet this Easter in the certainty of the Resurrection. Live this day in the risen Christ. Believe with renewed confidence. Pray with renewed conviction. Love with renewed fervor. Serve with renewed energy. Make every morning a resurrection. And God will give us the ultimate Easter greeting: Well done, thou good and faithful servant… enter into the joy of the Lord. Allelulia! 


     


     

  • 00:32

    Episode 84: A Time of Worship for Easter - Part I

    in Christianity

    Episode 84:A Time of Worship for Easter - Part I


    Join astor Danton in the Month of March as he takes us on a journey of Worship for the Easter Season. In this episode, he looks at Matthew 26-28.

  • 01:08

    Celebrate Easter! with Alex and Christine

    in Cooking

    Join Alex and Christine as they celebrate Easter by sharing their tips, tricks and recipes for a memorable holiday. Happy Easter!

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