The Easter bunny of the Obama’s

Michelle Obama breaks out Uptown Funk dance moves AGAIN at White House Easter Egg Roll.

Barack Hussein and Michelle Obama mixes paganisem into a Biblical festival.
Barack Hussein and Michelle Obama mixes paganisem into a Biblical festival.

Some 35,000 gathered on the White House South Lawn Monday morning for the 137th annual Easter Egg Roll festivities.

Pop band Fifth Harmony and duo MKTO brought music to the event, and Mrs Obama joined the So You Think You Can Dance All Stars on stage taking the spotlight during a choreographed routine.
This comes only days after she sported her mom dance moves on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon during a segment called The Evolution of Mom Dancing Part 2.

The children in the White House garden are lead into paganism instead of truth during the festival of Easter.
The children in the White House garden are lead into paganism instead of truth during the festival of Easter.

On Monday, another highlight of the day’s festivities was Mr Obama’s annual reading of his favorite childhood book Where the Wild Things Are, which he has done since 2009.

However, this year there was a disturbance when bees started buzzing near the children gathered for story-time on the South Lawn.

Not breaking character, Mr Obama settled the shrieking children by saying: ‘If you’re a wild thing, you can’t be scared of bees!’

Source: The Daily Mail.

My comment:

Easter eggs, bunnies and paganism. That is what the death and resurrection of Jesus the Messiah is for false Christians.

The most prominent false Christian couple in our modern times, are Barack Hussein and Michelle Obama. But they are not alone.  The large majority of claimed to be Christian Churches do follow the Roman Catholic calendar, and eventually celebrate the Roman Catholic festival of “Easter”.

The truth is that Jesus the Messiah celebrated the Jewish festival of passover in the city of Jerusalem. He him self was presented as the passover lamb of God. He died and ressurrected during a Biblical Jewish festival.

All Easter eggs and Easter bunnies have absolutely nothing to do with Biblical Christianity.  They are pagan symbols for the goddess of Ishtar, the goddess of fertilization. The serpent also lay eggs.  Jesus the Messiah called people “snakes”, and “brood of vipers”.

“You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell?

If you accept Roman Catholicism as Christianity, you will be loved by the World. 1,2 billion people are Catholics. And about 500 million protestant Christian copy the traditions of Rome. Like the celebration of “good friday”.  Not being able to count to three. The Messiah had to be three nights in Sheol (the grave). There have never been three nights from Friday to Ressurrection Sunday.  Catholicism is not only based on religious fraud. It also apply to all people who are not able to count to three.

Repent or perish.

Written by Ivar

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23 thoughts on “The Easter bunny of the Obama’s

  1. I suppose if you’re going to criticise you have to be ready to take some. The line “you snakes, you brood of vipers” , Jesus was talking to the Jews, and Jesus was crucified allegedly for violating strict Jewish laws. Easter is hardly a religious thing at all anymore, it’s more like the 4th of july. Secular, humanist, a celebration made by people, for people. A godless celebration for a godless society. Like so.

    2 Timothy 3:2 For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred….lovers of pleasure not lovers of God – having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people.

    1. Dear Ed Jones

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      Everyone is permitted to criticise the editor of this blog. But I hope the debates will not turn personal, but consentrate on the Word of God.

      1. The Bible do mention the passover lamb. Please explain to me where “eggs” and “bunnies” fits into the Word of God related to this festival?

      2. It is very easy to find passover in the Bible. Just read the book of Exodus, and the New Testament. What is the English meaining of the word “Easter”. Do this word have any relevance to Biblical history and culture?

      1. They don’t fit together, nothing could make them fit together. They are two entirely seperate feasts. The Jewish feasts were given to Moses by God. The Passover is a 24 hour feast which coincides with Christs crucifixion. Immediately after Passover is the 7 day feast of unleavened bread, immediately after that is the feasts of first fruits. 50 days later is Pentecost. Those are the Jewish feasts given to Moses by God. There is no Jewish feast specifically for the Sunday of Christs resurrection. So you see, there is nothing people can do that would make a celebration specifically for Christs resurrection Kosher.

        Whenever people make a holiday it is either bbq, chocolate or bunnies delivering eggs. Perhaps it’s best that it is a secular holiday, so not to detract from the true biblical feasts. It’s a feast made by man for man sometimes in God’s honor.

      2. Dear Ed Jones.

        Shalom, and love in Jesus.

        You wrote:

        They don’t fit together, nothing could make them fit together. They are two entirely seperate feasts. The Jewish feasts were given to Moses by God.

        My comment:

        You live in error. The Jewish feasts all points towards the comming of the Messiah. He has fulfiled them. He is the fulfilment of Passover. That is why He is the perfect Passover Lamb of God. He is not our “Easter bunny”.

        Why is this important?

        Because there would come false teachers and prophets, and set aside the Word of God. God told the Jews to celebrate passover, as a lasting ordinanace. Even Messianic Jews who belive in Jesus as the Messiah follow this command. Pagans who have no regards for Judaism, like the Pope, treat the Word of God with contempt. And make up their own religious practises.

        Do the Jews celebrathe the ressurection of Jesus, on the first day of the Jewish week, the day after the Sabbath? (called Sunday by Rome).

        Yes, all Messinic Jews, from the year 33 A.D up to 2015 A.D.

        And for all true followers of the Messiah. EVERYDAY we celerabte His ressurection.

      3. The Passover only marks the crucifixion. Those lambs never got back up. Other feasts tell the rest of the story. But I think over the years Judaism lumped together Passover and the feast of unleavened bread? A little bit of leaven leavened the lump?

        Leviticus 23:5 The LORD’s Passover begins at twilight on the fourteenth day of the first month. On the fifteenth day of that month the LORD’s Festival of Unleavened Bread begins; for seven days you must eat bread made without yeast.

  2. I celebrate Easter,we brake eggs and indulge after fasting,i abstain from meat and i tell my son what easter in christian term is about,yes it is a pagan festivity if you want to celebrate it that way or you can see it for the christian term,

  3. Easter is not a Godless celebration unless you want it that way,Easter is about the son of God JESUS,and all celebration is man made is it not ?

    1. Right, it can be a godless celebration, a celebration made by man for man. Or if you celebrate it as Jesus’ resurrection day, a celebration made by man for God. But the Jewish feasts given to Moses are celebrations made by God for man. Prophetic in nature, laid out to tell the story of mankinds redemption. Of the first and second coming of Jesus.

      1. Dear Ed Jones

        Shalom, and love in Jesus.

        You wrote:

        Right, it can be a godless celebration, a celebration made by man for man. Or if you celebrate it as Jesus’ resurrection day, a celebration made by man for God.

        My comment:

        Mark 7:6-9:

        He replied, “Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you hypocrites; as it is written:

        “‘These people honor me with their lips,
        but their hearts are far from me.

        They worship me in vain;
        their teachings are merely human rules.’

        You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to human traditions.”
        And he continued, “You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe your own traditions!

        (end of scriptures).

        Man made stuff that contradict the Word of God is worthless. Its only lip service in the name of “Christ”. Like the papal worship of “good friday”. If you are able to count three nights from Friday to Sunday, you are as religious as most people on Earth. If so, just contrinue to obey the papacy. You will not listen to whatever truth is being told on this site, and you will perish.

  4. when you have little ones,its hard to get passed the commercial glut of all things chocolate,but we always observe what the true meaning of these festivities are about,and i dont think GOD would be angry at me for snavling a little lindt from Joshua Eli,

    1. Dear Rommgirl

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      You wrote:

      when you have little ones,its hard to get passed the commercial glut of all things chocolate,but we always observe what the true meaning of these festivities are about.

      My commnet:

      Please give chocolate to the kids for passover. And I do eat eggs, even in the claimed to be “Holy week”. But I have come to understand who the pagan goddess Ishtar is. And how Rome criminalized Judaism, and replaced the content and meaning of the true Biblical festivals. How the Pope changed the calender and the set Biblical time, and enforced worship of the Queen of Heaven and her son, during the pagan festival of Ishtar. (Easter).

      Daniel 7:25
      He will speak against the Most High and oppress his holy people and try to change the set times and the laws. The holy people will be delivered into his hands for a time, times and half a time.

  5. Ivar: Just as Christmas is the designated (but not the true) date of Jesus birth. What is known about the true dates of his crucifixion and rising from the dead?

    1. Dear jesusdidntgiveuponme

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      You asked:

      What is known about the true dates of his crucifixion and rising from the dead?

      My comment:

      Most of Bible-beliving Christians accept that Jesus rose after the end of the Sabbath, which ends Saturday evening at sundown. When Maria came to the tomb on the morning of the first day (Sunday), the tomb was empthy.

      Is the exact timing important?

      I do not belive so. But if you mock the Word of God by claiming Jesus was crucified on a Friday and ressurected before three nights had passed, you accept blasphemy.

      Jesus the Messiah had to fulffil His own words, related to the sign of Jonah. If not, he would be correctly branded as a lawless man, and a false Messiah.

      Matthew 12:40
      For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

  6. did not the cock crow thrice,was it wednesday eve that Jesus broke bread with his disciples and later went to the garden to be with his father,did the Romans arrest him in the early hours before dawn on the thursday ?is it Jewish burial tradition to cleanse and wrap the body straight away{i also saw this happen in a dream when i was younger and had no idea what i was seeing,but think it was about the prep of JESUS body

  7. Oops I was wrong, the feast of firstfruits celebrates Jesus’ resurrection. Waving a sheaf of barley is symbolic of his resurrection. Barley, the first crop to be harvested and Jesus, the first raised from the dead. As compared to the wheat which is the fall harvest and represents the general resurrection at His second coming.

  8. No, sorry Ed, in ancient Israel (and likely still today) both the barley and the wheat are planted in the fall and harvested in the spring. Both grains need the winter rains, but barley matures earlier and requires less rain, so it was a reasonably reliable crop. The Feast of First Fruits (Bikkurim) celebrated the barley harvest and the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot) celebrated the wheat harvest in late May or early June. The wheat harvest could be scanty or non-existant because the rains would sometimes be scarce, greatly affecting wheat yield throughout the Middle East (think of the drought-caused famine in the days of Joseph that forced the sons of Israel to go to Egypt to buy grain). The Egyptians used irrigation and they had a more reliable wheat crops because of it, even though they could get severe multi-year drought too (per the Joseph story). The Temple Scroll (discovered in the last century in a cave in Qumran) reveals that there were other celebrations of “first fruits” (notably the “firstfruits of the wine” in late June through early July) that ceased to be celebrated eventually. The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) in the fall has themes of all the “Seven Species” of Israel’s bounty: grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives and dates were celebrated, in addition to the grains harvested in the spring.

    1. Well it doesn’t specifically say barley. It says the first grain you harvest. I have heard that barley comes first before wheat. The timing though is very specific. After the Sabbath and it begins the counting for the feast of weeks.

      Lev 23:10 Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘When you enter the land I am going to give you and you reap its harvest, bring to the priest a sheaf of the first grain you harvest.

      Leviticus 23:15’ From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, count off seven full weeks.

      1. It likely doesn’t say barley specifically because this was an agrarian society and they were well aware that the first grain to be harvested was barley. Interesting that the Lord fed the multitude from barley loaves and fish. Not only is there a strong symbolism between the “Bread of Heaven” and the barley harvest but there is a strong association between the redeemed of mankind and fish. The Apostles were told that they were to be “fishers of men” among many other allusions to fish.

      2. Then there is another piece that seems out of place. First it says after the Sabbath count 7 full weeks for the Feast of Weeks. Seven full weeks starting on a Sunday is 49 days. The very next line it says count of fifty days referring to the same Feast.

        Lev. 23:15 ‘From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, count off seven full weeks.

        Lev 23:16 Count off fifty days up to the day after the seventh Sabbath, and then present an offering of new grain to the LORD.

    2. Hello Job,

      According to the Jewish calendar Yom HaBikkurim is also called Re’shiyt (Lev 23:10-14) or First Fruits of the Barley.

      It is Celebrated on Nisan 16 – this year that was April 5, 2015

      This Feast is a type and shadow that prophesied the resurrection of Jesus on the Third Day, All the Jewish rites were shadows of gospel blessings, shadows of the things to come.

      Lev. 23 talks about the Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread and then the Feast of First Fruits, in that order. Then it goes on to talk about the Festival of Weeks.

      The Barley Harvest you refer to is something totally different and is agricultural, not a one day Feast of First Fruits. So Ed is correct in what he said.

      The Bikkurim (First Fruits) is the third day, the resurrection. In ancient Israel it was the barley harvest although the sacrifices were not just barley, but other grains, fruits, olive oil, etc.

      The first Sunday after Passover is when “The Feast of First Fruits” is celebrated. Today it is wrongly labeled as “Easter” or the Barley Harvest, but this is the true resurrection day. “Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep” (1 Cor 15:20).

      Yeshua was our Passover Lamb and He was also waved before the Father to be accepted as a sacrifice on our behalf.

      Here is the passage in Lev. 23:

      Offering the Firstfruits

      The Lord said to Moses, “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘When you enter the land I am going to give you and you reap its harvest, bring to the priest a sheaf of the first grain you harvest.

      He is to wave the sheaf before the Lord so it will be accepted on your behalf; the priest is to wave it on the day after the Sabbath.

      On the day you wave the sheaf, you must sacrifice as a burnt offering to the Lord a lamb a year old without defect, together with its grain offering of two-tenths of an ephah[a] of the finest flour mixed with olive oil—a food offering presented to the Lord, a pleasing aroma—and its drink offering of a quarter of a hin[b] of wine.

      You must not eat any bread, or roasted or new grain, until the very day you bring this offering to your God. This is to be a lasting ordinance for the generations to come, wherever you live.

      1. Dear Jonah

        Shalom, and love in Jesus

        You wrote:

        The Bikkurim (First Fruits) is the third day, the resurrection.

        My comment:

        I am honored to have commentors on this blog, with solid knowledge about the Biblical feasts.

        Jesus cried when he faced the disbelife of his fellow Jews, not having faith in His capability of raising Lazarus from the dead. The third day had ended, and the Jews thought is was to late to quicken His departed soul. Jesus raised Lazaraus on the forth day, with a loud command: “Lazarus, Come out”. Than He gave us all a clear cut warning: “I am the ressurrection and life”.

        All the Biblical feasts are fulfiled in Him. From the Passover, through Yum Kippur to the Feast of Tabernacles. He is the way, truth and life!.

        All powers in Heaven and Earth is in His hands. He reigns!.

  9. Ishtar/easter IS a pagan festival and it IS abominable to YHVH Elohim. He commands us to have NO other gods before Him, and Ishtar is worshipping other gods. Period. And the commandments given to Moses by Elohim on the His Feasts were not only for the jews. So many people get this incorrect. They are for His people, “Israel”. And you are either grafted in or you are not. Thus you are either in covenant with YHVH or you are not. And…. if you are in covenant with YHVH and have been grafted in to Israel, then you keep His commanded Feasts that He gave through Moses and if you do not keep them, you are NOT in covenant with YHVH and you are NOT grafted in to Israel. PERIOD!

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