Remove Santa, Remove Curses

Santa is taking people away from Jesus. Or should I say Satan is, which is the same person. I often wonder why people won’t listen to people who are simply God’s watchmen. We are warning people that anything related to Santa should be destroyed. I am talking about a big burning for sure. This removes curses from people’s lives. People don’t realize it but they may very well be under a curse by God. From generation to generation this wicked teaching of Santa is passed down. It was passed down from generation to generation until me also. And then God put a stop to it with my family. Praise God that he has lifted me and others out of this same curse also. I am talking about the cursing that comes with bringing Santa into people’s homes. God is upset when people get mixed with the gods like Santa Clause. “The Lord is longsuffering, and of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression, and by no means clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.” (Numbers 14:18) You could very well be under a curse and not even be aware of it.

People have forgotten about Jesus during this time of year. The precious birth of Jesus is slowly being forgotten. Imagine what Jesus is thinking about all this Santa propaganda in the news media, stores, and in people’s homes. This is Satan’s propaganda for sure and God’s wrath is upon people who submit to this. What really upsets me is when Santa Claus is seen in churches. This is when we really know for sure that corruption is in that church. We truly live in a wicked and fallen world where people have forgotten God and made up their own man-made gods that please them and their kids, like Santa. In regards to this, God said, “thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.” (Exodus 20:5) and their goes the cursing again from God. This means that our choices will not only affect our generation but our children’s also, and possibly theirs. You can be the one to stop this cursing once and for all. Remove Santa/Satan from your lives for Jesus’s sake. Amen.

Let us pray:
Oh Lord, I pray for this lost generation. Surely, people have given into the propaganda that the new media is feeding people and especially children. This is a very sad time of year for sure, Lord. Instead of people giving their attention to You like other parts of the year, people’s hearts are turned to Santa Clause and presents. Even though Christians have tried to help people remember You and Your birth, parents of children are making things even worse. Lord, I have tried to warn them that bringing Santa into their houses is only bringing courses into their family, but they laugh and scoff at me instead. People don’t realize that these wicked traditions of Santa being a part of Christmas will then be passed down from generation to generation. Thankfully, You have come and broke these curses and wicked traditions from my life and my family’s. My parents may not have raised me well when it comes to believing in Santa, but a new life starts now with my family. We are devoted to You, Jesus, and not what the world says is good. I love You, Lord. You are everything to me. Have your way in my life. Amen.

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  1. Somewhat off topic: I find it disturbing that the intrusion of Santa results in little time to celebrate the birth of Jesus. It also concerns me that we celebrate his birthday on a pagan holiday. Since Jesus was the sacrificial lamb, he was probably born around the time the lambs used for sacrifice were born. I think it would be far better to celebrate his birthday at the appropriate time instead of in December. Doing so presents a perfect opportunity to teach the connection of Jesus to the lambs. There’s so much richness there. As for Santa, the history- beginnings of the myth is rooted in fact. St. Nicholas, in the 3rd c. was the Patron Saint of children. He sold or gave away all his worldly goods and used that money to help poor children, even providing a dowry for sisters who otherwise would have been sold into prostitution. The problem is that today’s Santa bears little similarity to the historical. If folks still want to give gifts, do that in December and focus on the real Santa-the one who helped the poor. That would be an excellent time to teach children the joy of giving instead of getting. I know this won’t happen. But, I wish it would.


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