Thursday 11 November 2021

Difference Between CHRISTMAS and XMAS

As another "CHRISTMAS" is approaching, do not join with atheists and the anti Christ by calling it "XMAS".

CHRISTMAS is combination of 2 words: "Christ" and "Mass".

Before Christ was born, 25th of December used to be PAGAN'S day for SACRIFICES. Later in the year 533 AD Constantine the head of the then Roman Church which is today the Roman Catholic, changed the day from pagan's day of sacrifices to Jesus Christ's birth commemoration. He called the day "THE MASS FOR CHRIST" ie "CHRISTMAS".

1. CHRIST in Hebrew means "The Anointed One" or "The Chosen One".

2. MAS in Greek means "A Big Gathering of People".

Thus CHRISTMAS means "The Gathering of Christ". Then, where did the word "X-MASS" come from? Be ware!! It is believed that after the day of Christ's gathering {CHRISTMAS}, became famous and respected worldwide, Atheists and Antichrists decided to change it by removing the name Christ for an X to mean that there is no Christ.

It changed the meaning  by reading "X-MASS" i.e to mean "there is no Christ's Gathering".


X is often used 2 designate a person, thing, factor, whose true name is unknown/withheld. It is used to take out, excise, cancel words. "X" has nothing to do with "Christ" "The Anointed One," Don't replace Christ with "X". Therefore as a Christians don't use X-MAS but "CHRISTMAS".

You might have made that mistake in the past, by wishing people X-Mass instead of CHRISTMAS. Our Father in heaven is a lovely father and a merciful one at that. He will forgive you. Why don't you drop your phone now and plead for His mercy and share this message across to others.

God bless you as you help and join in correcting this error.

The Lord bless you and have a MERRY CHRISTMAS not x-mass!!

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