Tuesday, April 15, 2014

A Holy Night and A Day To Meditate


Here I am with my daughter and her co-worker (back row) and her two sweet and adorable grand-daughter's at a very special celebration we attended last night, The Lord's Evening Meal. 
To me and my family Jesus did the most loving thing that any human can do for another, he gave his life so that we could have our sins forgiven and have the hope for everlasting life on a clean and beautiful earth!  John 3:16, 36
One of my friends is dealing with her second round of cancer.  We are all praying for her.  


We got home around 9:30 p.m. and I put my dinner in the oven, fish and yucca.  It was a late night for me but I would not miss it for anything short of death. 


The Lord's Evening Meal is the only celebration in the bible that Jesus commanded us to do in remembrance of what he did for us.  Therefore, you will not ever see any posts on my blog about any other holiday. 
His resurrection is not even celebrated in the bible, so that is why I do not celebrate the worldly holiday of Easter.  It is in fact a pagan holiday celebration.  If you research all the holiday's you will find they all started in pagan religions and are not Christian at all.
I am not condemning anyone who decides to celebrate any holiday, that is your choice. But, what I get puzzled about is why people react so shocked when someone does not celebrate a holiday they think is so wonderful when in fact they are not celebrating a Christian holiday but a pagan one! (This information is for education purposes only)
The bible says that we can hurt God with our actions and attitude and I for one do not want to make him feel regret for my actions.  I want to do what Proverbs 27:11 says: "Be wise my son or daughter and make my heart rejoice so that I may give a reply to the one that is taunting me."
Soon, Jesus is going to come to rid the earth of all who oppose God and his Son Christ Jesus.  I want to be on the side that survives, don't you!
Psalms 37: 10, 11, Daniel 2:44
I want to live on the earth and have perfect health so I can do all the things we were meant to do, serve God and enjoy life!
If you would like more information about what the bible really teaches, feel free to contact me.  I am a bible instructor and can conduct a free bible study with you online using google hangout.  Email me at easybiblelessonsonline@gmail.com

Have a blessed day!

Resources:
Religion Facts 
Encyclopedia Britannica

6 comments:

katiecupcakes said...

Hmm that's odd! I went to Catholic school for thirteen years and never heard of this before.

Michelle Zuiderweg said...

Lovely post! Great explanation about why some of us make a choice not to celebrate holidays. I used to celebrate them until someone studied the Bible with me 20 years ago. She took an encyclopedia off of my own shelf and showed me how christmas and easter got started! I was blown away! I'm so glad you were able to make it to the Memorial of Christ's sacrifice truly a holy nite.

Debra said...

Great to hear about your attendance at the Memorial of Christ's Death event on 4/14/14. I also attended (of course) in my own area, just as many millions of others did worldwide since that is the only thing Jesus told his followers to celebrate. As you said, learning what the Bible really teaches is the only way to know for sure how God wants to be worshiped, and to be sure we are not celebrating holidays that dishonor God and his son, Jesus Christ, such as the ones you mentioned which are all based on lies and pagan philosophy. Learning the truth and living as a true Christian are the best way to live now, and we also have the wonderful hope for the future that the Bible explains clearly regarding life here on earth in perfect health and conditions, the way God intended in the beginning. Thanks for sharing about your Bible-based beliefs and keep up the good work!

Kristin Aquariann said...

*healing sparkles for your friend*

Anita Olson said...

Beautifully explained, Marsha! Love the photos! Love, Anita

Laura Crumpacker said...

You have already given readers food for thought. How nice to be able to utilize online options to conduct a Bible study, too! Keep planting those seeds!