Facts About Easter

Jesus did not command hisfollowers to commemorate
either his birth or his resurrection, he did institute the Memorial of
his, sacrificial death
commanded his disciples to observe. (Luke
22:19, 20), annual event is still being observed by Jehovah’s
Witnesses.—1 Corinthians 11:20-26

Easter and Christmas are all derived from pagan
practices and prove that Christendom’s worship is not in harmony with
the Bible.

Christmas and its customs come from ancient false
religions. The same is true of Easter customs, such as the use of eggs
and rabbits

The early Christians did not celebrate Christmas
or Easter, nor do true Christians today.

Jesus never commanded Christians to celebrate his
birth. Rather, he told his disciples to memorialize, or remember, his
death.Luke 22:19,20

“Easter. Originally the spring festival in honor
of the Teutonic goddess of light and spring known in Anglo-Saxon as
Eastre

Easter eggs, brought by the Easter rabbit. This is
not mere child’s play, but the vestige of a fertility rite, both
symbolizing fertility

“What means the term Easter itself? It is not a
Christian name. It bears its Chaldean origin on its very forehead#

Easter is nothing else than Astarte, one of the
titles of Beltis, the queen of heaven, whose name , is Ishtar

The hot cross buns of Good Friday, and the dyed
eggs of Pasch or Easter Sunday, figured in the Chaldean rites just as
they do now

The word “Easter” that appears once in the King
James Bible at Acts 12:4 is a wrong translation for the word “passover

“Easter” appears nowhere in the Catholic Douay
Bible.

Christendom’s chief holiday, Easter,therefore
finds no support at all in the Bible. It is of pagan origin, and
therefore displeasing to God

Would Jehovah condone the use of a filthy
fertility rite to commemorate his Son’s resurrection? Never!
(2 Corinthians 6:17, 18 Easter

As symbols of fertility. Easter, therefore, is
really a fertility rite thinly disguised as a celebration of Christ’s
resurrection.

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