Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Christmas Is A Celebration For Pagans – Daddy Freeze

Christmas Is A Celebration For Pagans – Daddy Freeze
Controversial OAP, Daddy Freeze has shared his views about the celebration of Christmas. Sharing a post which says Christmas is for pagans on his IG page, he captioned it;
”Saying Christmas is about Christ is like using bible verses as the subtitles for a porn movie.

The word ‘pornea’ in Greek meant prostitution and is the origin of the word pornography.

In many instances, God himself likened idolatry and paganism to prostitution.
◄ Hosea 4:12 ►
New International Version
My people consult a wooden idol, and a diviner’s rod speaks to them. A spirit of prostitution leads them astray; they are unfaithful to their God.

◄ Ezekiel 23:20 ►
New International Version
There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.

◄ Ezekiel 23:49 ►
New Living Translation
You will be fully repaid for all your prostitution–your worship of idols. Yes, you will suffer the full penalty. Then you will know that I am the Sovereign LORD.”

2 comments:

  1. This guy has lost it, he just guffed , Christmas is not in the bible fine ,I agree, but the birth of Christ was there right, and there was celebrations, gifts rolling inn, 25th was fix as a Christian celeb to over rule the pegant celeb of there sun god field with immorality, that's how christmas came in and to God be the glory its highly pronounced and heard of by the whole world.

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  2. Boy freeze is disillusioned, u attack Christian and Christianity yet you read d bible, I pity your soul. Leave us foolish people to celebrate Christ. This is a time when the whole world talks about the love of Christ, the same Christ whom they hate. Victory for Christianity that the world can celebtate the love of Christ from December 1st to Jan 1st every year. You are a devil incarnate who believes otherwise. I pity your soul. Quoting d scripture to suite your warped mind.

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