The people of Judah went to the forest and cut down
an evergreen tree, decorated it and proceeded to worship this
inanimate object. Where did this pagan ritual come from? The worship
of trees had its origin in Babel with Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz.
Semiramis became known as the queen of heaven and Roman Catholicism
eventually replaced her with Mary and Tammuz with Jesus, yet all the
pagan rituals remained. Jesus was not pleased with the people of Judah nor is
He pleased with the majority of modern day Christians because all
the pagan customs adopted by the people of Judah are still with us
today. Where is the discernment of Christians who engage in such
idolatry? It is with pride that pastors allow evergreen trees
decorated with silver and gold to be set up in their churches. Then
we wonder why there is no spiritual power in the churches today?
How can the Holy Spirit sanction a mixture of pagan
traditions with Jesus? Paganism is an abomination, so why have
Christians around the world adopted pagan customs and discarded the
words of Jesus? The modern church is no better than the people of
Judah 2,600 years ago.