Best Easter Worship Songs 2019 Collection – He Is Riren – Greatest Jesus Songs Of All Time

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  1. The following is what you might not know about Easter as celebrated by the Church. The original origin of the Rabbit and the Egg, and why it is not celebrated on Nissan 14 as Jesus instructed. The ancient Egyptian mythological accounts tell of Osiris’ being murdered by his brother Set and then being restored to life, becoming the judge and king of the dead. The relationship of Osiris and Isis and their respective characteristics strikingly correspond to the relationship and characteristics of the Babylonian Tammuz and Inanna/Ishtar.

    The Encyclopedia Britannica clearly explains the pagan traditions associated with the egg. “The egg as a symbol of fertility and of renewed life goes back to the ancient Egyptians and Persians, who had also the custom of colouring and eating eggs during their spring festival.” In ancient Egypt, an egg symbolised the sun, while for the Babylonians, the egg represents the hatching of the Venus Ishtar, who fell from heaven to the Euphrates.

    Inanna (known also as Ishtar by other cultures) was the patron deity during the Uruk period (4000 – 3100 B.C). She became one of the most widely venerated deities in the Sumerian pantheon, with temples across Mesopotamia. The Canaanites, Philistines, Edomite’s, Ammonites, Sidonians also worshiped her before the Israelites crossed into the promised lands.

    The name Ishtar is likely Semitic in origin, and was identified in ancient times with Canaanite goddess Ashtoreth or Astarte (Biblical Hebrew עשתרת).

    The Sumerians worshipped Inanna-Ishtar as the goddess of both warfare and sexuality. The cult of Inanna-Ishtar, which may have been associated with a variety of sexual rites, including homosexual transvestite priests, sacred prostitution and hierogamy between Sumerian kings and her priestesses, was continued by the East Semitic-speaking people who succeeded the Sumerians in the region. She was especially beloved by the Assyrians, who elevated her to become the highest deity in their pantheon, ranking above their own national god Ashur.

    The worship of Ashtoreth possibly existed in Canaan as early as Abraham’s time, for one of the cities there was called “Ashteroth-karnaim.” – see Genesis 14:5. Also mentioned in Scripture is the city of Ashtaroth, the dwelling place of the giant King Og of Bashan. Its name would indicate that this city may have been a center of Ashtoreth worship.— See Deuteronomy 1:4; Joshua 9:10; 12:4.

    In the sixth century B.C.E., the great Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II constructed the mammoth "Ishtar Gate" in honor of the goddess.

    It’s very likely that the Greeks worshiped her as Aphrodite, and the Romans called her Venus (derived from the shortened Babylonian goddess of Venus Ishtar).

    False Worship Permeates Christianity.

    In the first couple of centuries after Jesus's life, celebrations in the new Christian church after 325C.E were attached to old pagan festivals. At Matthew 12:24-30 Jesus prophesied in an illustration that an enemy of God (Satan) would sow weeds among his field of wheat (True Christians). The weeds of false Christianity would ignore God’s command to not worship other gods.

    According to the New Unger’s Bible Dictionary says: “The word Easter is of Saxon origin, Eastra (sourced from the goddess Ishtar), the goddess of spring, in whose honor sacrifices were offered about Passover time each year. By the eighth century, Anglo–Saxons had adopted the name to designate the celebration of Christ’s resurrection.”

    The rabbit was a symbol associated with the goddess Eostre, Likewise, the egg has come to represent spring, fertility and renewal.

    Her symbols (like the egg and rabbit) were and still are fertility and sex symbols that goes back thousands of years.

    The Warning for True Christians.

    Time and again, God warned his people to avoid the worshiping other god’s. “Do not turn to worthless gods or make for yourselves gods of cast metal. I am Jehovah your God” – Leviticus 19:4.

    However the Israelites failed to heed God’s warnings and in Judges 10:6 it states- “Again the Israelites did what was bad in the eyes of Jehovah, and they began to serve the Baals, the Ashtoreth (Ishtar) images, the gods of Aram, the gods of Sidon, the gods of Moab, the gods of the Ammonites, and the gods of the Philistines. They abandoned Jehovah and did not serve him”.

    Solomon also disobeyed Gods command to his detriment as stated in 1Kings: 4-6- “In Solomon’s old age, his (pagan) wives inclined his heart to follow other gods, and his heart was not complete with Jehovah…. And Solomon followed after Ashtoreth (Ishtar), the goddess of the Sidonians, and Milcom, the disgusting god of the Ammonites. And Solomon did what was bad in the eyes of Jehovah, and he did not follow Jehovah completely as David his father had done”.

    Solomon who was favored by God, became disobedient to the point that God promised his next generations would have the kingdom taken away from him, because he worshiped Ashteroth/Ishter among other gods.

    True Christians/worshipers of God have also been warned many times not to mix false worship with true worship. The Apostle Paul warned in 1Corinthians 10:20 says – “No; but I say that what the nations sacrifice, they sacrifice to demons and not to God; and I do not want you to become sharers with the demons”.

    Not only did Jesus reject false religion but he also showed what true religion involves. He declared: “Go away, Satan! For it is written, ‘It is Jehovah your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render sacred service.’” – Matthew 4:10.

    Jehovah’s Witness celebrate the memorial of Jesus death, and the meaning of the sacrifice Jesus gave for all mankind, and realise the benefits that sacrifice will bring in his coming Kingdom. However the above is the reason why Jehovah’s Witness do not celebrate Easter with the rabbit and the egg or any other customs associated with it, or the Trinity (which is really not taught in the bible), or Christmas as it is really worship festival to the sun god and saturnalia, or the Cross which is also pagan, as these all are steeped in pagan origins and worship of pagan god’s which the church has incorporated and corrupted the true word of God. Other such deceptions is the Removal of God’s name and teaching pagan teachings such as Hell and Purgatory. We encourage others to find worship that is acceptable to the true God. Favorable, Free from Pagan and false demonic influences as cites scriptures below indicate.

    John 4:23-24 – “Nevertheless, the hour is coming, and it is now, when the true worshippers will worship the Father with spirit and truth, for indeed, the Father is looking for ones like these to worship him. God is a Spirit, and those worshipping him must worship with spirit and truth.”

    Will you worship the true God in spirt and truth? Free from false doctrine, pagan teachings and practices? Or will you continue to be deceived, or search out a worship free from pagan and demonic influence?

    This drama and not a dramtisation of the bible account of King Josiah’s struggle to eliminate pagan worship form Israel, considering the above information see the similarities to this world today.

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  2. Dear God, please forgive me for having doubts regarding you. Please forgive me for not trusting in you enough. Please forgive me for removing myself from you. Dear father, thank you for all you have done for me and loving me even though I feel I am not worthy enough. You are my strength and in you I trust.

  3. Listened as soon as I woke up yesterday. What a set up to celebrate Jesus on Easter Day on Shutdown. Followed by 'sharing" Jubilant Ressurrection Songs on Premier Radio in garden with my neighbours. Onto streamed Easter Sunday Services Online – prayer, exhortation, teaching, praise & worship – Wow!!

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