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“Tsunami” on Christmas Day?


Now, is it appropriate to say “Advance Merry Christmas” to Mindanao? And is it appropriate to seek for higher grounds to survive tsunami on Christmas day?

Christmas is for Santa Claus and a crododile park is for crocodile

Christmas is for Santa Claus and a crocodile park is for crocodile. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

As required by circumstances, apparently, only disaster can convince humanity that Christmas is being celebrated to honor a “false Christ”; that December 25 is not the Christ’s birthday; that Christmas is an exercise in futility; that the alleged “holy” mass celebrated by Roman Catholic Alleged Church during Christmas is a traditional religious deception; and, that “The Name” was and presently used in vain to deceive the  world through  Christmas.

The incoming proof that all the above are true is when the coming Christmas would no longer be “merry” because of catastrophe.

Incidentally, the disaster may be able to “explain” clearly the scriptural truths, which are being destroyed by Roman Catholicism, opportunism, secularism which resulted to “same-sex marriage” and reproductive health law, and atheism.  In essence, it will be destruction against the destroyer of spiritual truths. Theoretically, on Christmas day, another evidence of religious deception will be at hand-the statistics of dead bodies.

In Philippines, instead of treating the continuing calamities as a “curse” after Typhoon Yolanda, Filipinos are still attending the idolatry of Roman Catholicism in alleged churches. Catholic priests and followers are still insistent to show it. Also, there is no apparent attempt to rectify the “oral sex” law or reproductive health law. Thus, the continuation of disasters because and/or despite of the “Roman” Christmas.

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