Author: Michele at ScriptureStudy.Guide
Posted December 18, 2021
Ask any biblical scholar if Jesus was born on December 25th and the answer will be a resounding “no.” So when was Jesus actually born, and why is He called “the reason for the season?”
The Actual Birth Date of Jesus Christ
Most bible scholars agree that Jesus was born sometime in September. I found an article that can date the exact time of Jesus’ birth to within an 81-minute time frame on September 11, 3 B.C., sometime between 6:18pm and moonset at 7:39pm — for further study, the detailed explanation that ties scripture to God’s astronomical clock on that evening can be found here (link opens in a new tab — if the link goes down, email me and I will send you a Word copy of the article).
Most scholars estimate the date of Jesus’ birth by counting backward from his death on Passover which was on Nisan 14 in the spring of the year 33 A.D. (John 19:14-16). We are told that Jesus was “about 30 years old” when he began his three-and-a-half-year ministry, so that would place his birth in the early fall of 2 B.C. (Luke 3:23). However, based on the astronomical clock, Jesus was actually born in 3 B.C., not 2 B.C.
Based on the two estimations above, my personal belief is:
- Jesus was born on the Day of Trumpets, the 1st day of the 7th month of Tishri (mid-September on our Georgian calendar) in the year 3 B.C.
- He began his ministry on his 31st birthday (not “around” age 30) which is the Day of Trumpets. Jesus has the voice like a trumpet in Revelation 4:1!
- Jesus died at the age of 34, not age 33. 3+4=7 which is God’s number of completion and perfection. 3+3=6 which is the number that represents the works of pagan man and is also the highest degree of pagan freemasonry (see the bottom of this article for links to more information on how our worldly history is a lie).
Our bible does not tell us the year, month or day of Jesus’ birth; but based on what the bible does tell us, we know it was not in winter (i.e. shepherds were living outdoors, Luke 2:8) and that it was about 34 1/2 (not 33 1/2) years before His death, based on scripture that references God’s astronomical clock at His birth.
So Who is the Reason for the Season?
There’s a spirit behind the December 25th day of Christmas, but it certainly does not come from God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ. On the surface, I’d call it consumerism and capitalism; but when we go further back in history, we find 6 incredibly sinister reasons for the season:
1) Christmas is the Worship of Pagan Gods
Not only is Christmas not Jesus’ birthday, it has absolutely nothing to do with Jesus — it is a pagan celebration that began about 3 months after Jesus was born in the year 3 B.C.
Mid- to late-December has been the time of the worship of pagan gods which centers around Saturnalia — it is an ancient pagan Roman festival of 1-12 days of lawlessness honoring the agricultural sun god Saturn (the length of the festival grew as time went on).
The activities of this festival include human sacrifice, drunkeness, rape, and going house-to-house while singing naked. Gifts or sacrifices were offered to the gods during the winter sowing season. Saturnalia was the most popular holiday on the ancient Roman calendar, and sun god worship is still widely practiced today (see the end of this article for reference links on how God’s people have been tricked into sun god worship).
2) Christmas Disguises Paganism as a Holy Day
The time of worship of the sun/Saturn on Saturnalia, culminated on December 25th. On the Julian calendar which the ancient Romans used, the winter solstice was on December 25th.
It is said that church leaders chose the date of December 25th “to coincide with the pagan Roman festival marking the ‘birthday of the unconquered sun,’” at the time of the winter solstice (source: Encyclopedia Britannica). Many scholars believe that this was done “in order to make Christianity more meaningful to pagan converts” (source: The Encyclopedia Americana). Of course, we know these apostate church leaders are not of our God, but are of the antichrist spirit.
The mistletoe, tree, lights, wreath and Santa all have pagan origins. Caroling was done in nakedness. Santa is the pagan god Odin.
The word “holiday” means “holy day,” but it is a false holiness rooted in pagan deity worship that is not of Jesus and God the Father.
3) Christmas Promotes Lying
This author is not alone in finding out from a cousin or a friend that our parents had been lying to us all of our lives about Santa being “real.” Who cares about Santa — it was the trust in my parents that suffered because they caused me to be a fool by believing in a lie; and sadly, most of us went on to perpetuate the lie onto our own children.
Revelation 21:8b says “….sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.” God sees a lie as a lie. There are not white lies, or good lies, or little lies, or polite lies; but only lies which is sin.
In Proverbs 6:16-19, God tells us there are 7 things that are an abomination to Him, and 2 of the 7 have to do with lying: “a lying tongue” and “a false witness that speaketh lies.”
4) Santa was Given the Characteristics of God
Here are the characteristics given to “Saint” Nick:
- He has a list of the good and bad people.
- He supernaturally knows who has been good and bad.
- Santa gives rewards to the good and coal to the bad.
- He knows when you’re asleep. He knows when you’re awake.
- Santa comes in the sky.
- Children are taught to sit on Santa’s lap (ugh) and tell him all their desires.
- Santa comes as a thief in the night.
- Santa has the Christmas spirit.
- We look forward to Santa’s “coming” to town.
Are all of these very specific characteristics just happenstance?
Only God is all-knowing (Proverbs 15:3). Only God can see us all in all places (Jeremiah 23:24). Only God gives everlasting rewards (Revelation 22:12). Only God has a book of all of our names (Revelation 20:15). Only Jesus is coming in the sky (Mark 14:62). Only Jesus will come supernaturally as a thief in the night (Revelation 16:15). Only God gives us the one righteous Spirit, the Holy Spirit (Thessalonians 4:8). Only God should know the desires of our heart — we should go before His throne only (Philippians 4:6; Hebrews 4:16). JESUS IS THE SAVIOR WHOSE COMING WE ANTICIPATE (Revelation 22:20).
Those innocent, poor babies and children who scream and cry at the sight of Santa know something their uneducated worldly hive-mind parents do not!
5) Christmas Exposes Satan
The Evergreen Tree
The evergreen doesn’t die in winter, so during the winter solstice, pagans started bringing the trees into their houses as a symbol of everlasting life. They worshipped these trees and believed they were sacred. God has a special tree too: The Tree of Life. Satan cannot create; he can only imitate God.
He Resides in the North
Santa lives up North. Isaiah 14:13 tells us that God sits in the sides of the North:
For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:Isaiah 14:13
The letters in S A N T A spells S A T A N.
Christmas was Banned for Satanical Practices
A statute was passed in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1659. The public notice read:
“Publick Notice: The observation of Christmas having been deemed a sacrilege, the exchanging of Gifts and Greetings, dressing in Fine Clothing, Feasting and similar Satanical Practices are hereby FORBIDDEN with the Offender liable to a Fine of Five Shillings.”
6) Christmas is Not Biblical
None of the disciples celebrated Christmas. Jesus did not celebrate Christmas. Christmas is not found anywhere in the bible. December 25th is the birthday of the unconquered sun. But Jesus is the reason for the season??
There is one verse in the bible where God talks about “heathens” decking their trees with silver and gold — WE MUST HEED GOD’S WARNING HERE IF WE ARE TO ABIDE IN HIM:
2 Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them. 3 For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe. 4 They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.Jeremiah 10:2-4
Does this verse not apply today? Did God say these things for no reason? Or did He foresee His elect being deceived and acting like the heathens who are decorating trees and erecting them in their homes as centerpieces during a pagan winter solstice celebration? Despite how you try to spin it, Jesus is NOT the reason for that season, so what is the Lord telling us here?
“COME OUT OF HER MY PEOPLE, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues!” ~Revelation 18:4
Truth is unpopular for a reason. But when we know better, we can do better, and repent and turn back to Father God and His Son.
Highly Recommended (links open in a new tab):
YouTube Video: Who They Are and Why They Lie: The Sun God Connections
YouTube Video: Before It Became Washington DC, It Was Called Rome
YouTube Video: The World’s Truths Are Lies
YouTube Video: You’ve Been Tricked Into Honoring Their Sun Gods
YouTube Video: The Lucifer and Lady Liberty Connection