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Christmas, the KKK and Demons

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Published on Apr 24, 2011

It's almost that time again! Watch Jim Brown of Grace and Truth Ministries in Nashville describe and illustrate the wonders of Christmas History and clear up some supposed 'facts' about Christmas which some are propagating. Christmas is a wonderful time to teach your children about the Christ we are taught in churches across America. He loves everyone, and desires that we all be given all that our hearts desire. Christmas can be a time for that. Listen to Minister Jim Brown teach a simple Christmas message of love, and show you a miracle of truth regarding the Christmas Holiday. Christmas time is when people from all over the world, of various faiths and denominations, can hold hands and compromise for peace.

Learn about how Mt. Zion is connected with Christmas. Learn what the early bishop (s) of the christian church taught about Christmas, what many a baptist does not know! Mount up and be a walker in truth after the path of Joseph, and likeness of Christ the cornerstone of our salvation and the greatest gift of all

Listen to this wonderful Christmas sermon preached by the round-toned Jim Brown of Grace and Truth Ministries, as he teaches about the glorious origins of our beloved Christmas traditions. Of recent, certain men professing to be godly have been seen and heard telling fables regarding the origins of our Christmas Holiday, destroying the faith of many... Allow the scholarly Jim Brown to clear up some misconceptions regarding Christmas.

Christmas (the X-Mass) is Roman Catholicism and shares the same origins as the KKK, being paganism and the ancient and false belief in 'demons' (the referencing of living or dead men as gods), and the priesthood of Baal with their tall pointed hats and white sheets also worn by Roman Catholic priesthood. The early Baptists despised the X-Mass and would not allow 'such Romanism' among it's assemblies.

Grace & Truth Ministries

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