Was Jesus Born During The Feast Of Tabernacles And Not On Christmas?

In a previous article we alluded to the fact that Yahshua (Jesus) was almost certainly born during the Feast of  Tabernacles.  But is there any evidence for this?  Is there any evidence that Jesus was not born on December 25th? The truth is that the vast majority of both Christians and non-Christians are shocked when you tell them that Yahshua (Jesus) was not born anywhere near December 25th. In fact, the word “Christmas” is not anywhere in the Bible, and neither are “Christmas trees” or “Christmas presents”.

So what does the Bible say about when Yahshua (Jesus) was born?

Well, our research has uncovered some stunning truths about Christmas, and we have presented those findings in a short YouTube video entitled: “Proof That Jesus Christ Was NOT Born On December 25th”. The video is embedded at the end of this post, and we hope that you will watch it and send it to others as well.

Our YouTube video examines the following questions:

*Wouldn’t it have been way too cold for the shepherds to be out with their flocks at night in late December?

*Can we prove from the Scriptures that Yahshua (Jesus) was NOT born during the winter?

*Do the Scriptures give us any information about when Yahshua (Jesus) actually was born?

*Was there a real historical reason why the inns were full when Mary and Joseph were looking for a place to stay?

*Was there a festival that was instituted by the Lord God over a thousand years before Yahshua(Jesus) was born that prophetically foreshadowed the circumstances and timing of His birth?

The truth is that there is a whole lot about the birth of Yahshua (Jesus) that you were never taught in church.

So if Yahshua (Jesus) was not born on December 25th, then why do Christians celebrate that day?

The truth might shock you.

The reality is that there was a late December pagan holiday that was celebrated for centuries before Yahshua(Jesus) was ever born.  This pagan holiday that commemorated the birth of various pagan “gods” was celebrated throughout the Roman Empire in different forms.  In fact, many of the “Christmas traditions” of today can be directly traced to pagan religious practices that pre-date Christ.

The Roman Catholics decided to “christianize” this pagan holiday starting in 336 A.D. and turn it into a celebration of the birth of Christ.  But they also kept many of the same traditions and practices from the pagan festivals.

You can find out much more about the pagan roots of Christmas by watching our other video on this topic entitled “The Christmas Conspiracy: The Pagan Origins Of Christmas”.  If you do not know about these things yet, then it will REALLY open your eyes.

But first, please watch our YouTube video that shows why Yahshua (Jesus) was NOT born on December 25th…..

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