The Termination of Christian Celebration

I remember when Easter was a major religious holiday. Today it is “Transgender Day of Visibility.” President Biden told us that “Today” this Easter Sunday, “we send a message to all transgender Americans You are America, and my entire administration and I have your back.”

The Resurrection of Christ has been replaced with a celebration of sexual perversion that includes “all LGBTQI+ Americans,” declared President Biden.

Easter moves about on the calendar between March and April. This year Easter is March 31. Biden might have meant that our celebration of sexual perversion day is henceforth on March 31, or he may think that Easter is always on March 31. Regardless, it wasn’t very unifying to identify Easter Sunday in 2024 with the celebration of LGBT etc.

Easter, like Christmas, has been secularized by agnostic gentiles and Jews. Christmas is Santa Claus bringing children gifts, and Easter is when a rabbit brings them baskets of candy. The destruction of the meaning of the two major Christian holidays seems to be complete.

The consequence of the successful coup against Christianity is that today the United States is a combination of Sodom and Gomorrah and a Tower of Babel. It will require a lot more than Donald Trump to resurrect the United States of America.

The Termination of Christian Celebration

3 thoughts on “The Termination of Christian Celebration

  • Gerry

    What happened is because Christians do not openly profess their faith. What is needed is Churches to bring their faith ceremonies out of churches and into public places.

    • John

      I find it hard, as a professing Christian, to embrace any form of LGBTQI. It flies totally against any form of Christian values, where God created a man and a woman only, and for them both to unite as one to bring about the Holy Value God placed on Marriage. And I firmly blame the church today for failing to stand up against this abnormal belief and practice of LGBTQI. Butt then lets look at who we have running these churches. God fearing or Human Fearing Shepherds?

  • akiko

    do not discouraged, God is not dead, No, He is arrive!
    He resurrected once for all those who live in Him. “For he is not a God of the dead, but of the living: for all live unto him.” Luke 20:38
    just in the world, look like so many people are still dead in His Spirit.


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