Amen
P.A.G.A.N Lyrics


Flesh:
Amen, amen if you've felt the struggles, say ... ... amen, amen, amen pray, say ...
... amen, amen if you rollin?with god, say ... ... amen, amen, amen.

Welcome to my terror dome. I'm glad to invite you, I'm your host, flesh bone. niggas
Have come from (????) in you when I ran in my thug zone. been alone, and I can't
See. better trust nothin?but
In?chromes. daily, been so much drama. feel like I'm cursed with karma that's not my
Own. so, I ask the lord to guide my sight, keep me, don't leave my forsaken. will I
Make it through them gate
Will I burn off in that lake? when I feel the earthquake shake, and the dead awake,
How many waited too late, it's over now.

You niggas had a lack of faith, so life ain't straight if you incapable, been
Havin?a little trouble, unable to fuel your soul. better bleed the blood of jesus,
Watch how the majesty control, an
't let it go. oh, no, hold on, now can I get a witness, shout hallellujah. amen, now
Fear that the holy ghost, make your move soon ya. smoothe, I'm able to free your
Mind with the rhythm I got de
D. when I roll, drop dimes. let's go, you'll find there's no other like my kind.

Amen, amen if you've felt the struggles, say ... ... amen, amen, amen

Montell jordan:
To all my thugs and my soldiers, we're living in a crazy world. it's gettin?
Colder, but ya keep on praying to god, just like I told ya, and you will never walk
Alone. no, you will never walk alone.

Flesh:
Amen, amen if you've felt the struggles, say ... ... amen, amen, amen

Sometimes I wonder, what kind of stud influence people under. and they bonkers from
The loss. can they tell when they see lightning strike thunder bolts, luminous, wet
Dooms day. listen to me, why
Must be zombies, walkin?around all day. can rhymes set off nuclear wars like nam, me
Armageddon. flesh, ready, set, aim, let off lead, leave all you demons dead in a
Ditch. let's recite the scri
S from my holy book. you fled, better make my move, all y'all gotta die.

Split up and fight, oh my. and the lord's gonna walk rejoicefully by my side.
Achieve, let's spit, and unfold two-seventy-three. miraculously showed him the word
He was born of. shit finna get be
Up, sho?nuff. hold up when I go, buck, you better duck smoothly, move, snooze you
Lose. he ran outta luck, fucked. look at him start cryin?the fuckin?blues. baby,
What would you do when you gott
E your life surrounded by so much madness. be the madman, I am the pscycho, you may
Be reasons of my badness. turn the page, if you don't wanna be burned, be saved. how
Many men got faith? then
T with authority, hurry, now break ...

Montell jordan:
To all my thugs and my soldiers, we're living in a crazy world. it's gettin?
Colder, but ya keep on praying to god, just like I told ya, and you will never walk
Alone. no, you will never walk alone.

Flesh:
These are the scriptures of my book of thugs. head over foot, we livin?in
Revelation. could it be the end of the new beginnin? descend to heaven's my
Destination. I'm gonna take you to another level, what part of the game is this you
Have? have flesh any mercy, not when this gunshot blast. my enemies wavin?the white
Flag. we the tightest, tru
Mbly united, my family never divide. we the survivors, mighty mighty mo thug riders.
Here we come, still on the rise. if you knew what I know, this game tight, see if
You can see what I see, bel
It. niggas, they see me, try to be me, cause flesh the realest t-h-you-g, amen.

Montell jordan:
To all my thugs and my soldiers, we're living in a crazy world. it's gettin?
Colder, but ya keep on praying to god, just like I told ya, and you will never walk
Alone. no, you will never walk alone.

Flesh:
Amen, amen if you've felt the struggles, say ... amen, amen, amen pray, say ...
Amen, amen if you rollin?with god, say ... amen, amen, amen.

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
Written by: ANDRE BENJAMIN, CAMERON F. GIPP, JIMMY PATTON, JIMMY RUSSELL, MONTELL DU'SEAN JORDAN, PATRICK L. BROWN, RAYMON AMEER MURRAY, RICO R. WADE, STANLEY HOWSE, THOMAS DECARLO BURTON

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Michael N

Pagan words snuck into the scriptures

Angel/Angels from Greek word Angelos meaning messenger/messengers. Angelos was the name of a Greek god associated with sun-worship.

Malakh/Malakim from Hebrew word meaning messenger/messengers has no association with Sun-worship.


Sunday was the day set aside in the Mithra (Roman) cult as its official day to assemble together to worship its Sun-deity.

Roman emperor Constantine legislated Sunday as a day of rest dedicated to the idol Helios.

Constantine worshipped Christos Helios which means christ-the-true-sun.

This is passed on today through Sunday worship.

Lord comes from the old English spelling of Lard which comes from lar/larth lares, Estruscan and Roman deities associated with sun-worship.

The Greek word Kurios was originally a title for the Greek and Roman sun-deity Helios and was called The Kurios (Lord) of Heaven and Earth.

The Hindu God Krishna is also known as Lord the title Lord was eventually applied to all Heathen deities.

Jesus comes from the Greek name Iesous/IHSOUS and Latin Iesus. Iesous is adapted from the name of the Greek goddess of healing Iesos/Iaso, the daughter of Apollo the sun idol.

This goddess was linked to the Egyptain Isis who had a son named Isu. During the era of Roman Emperors, there were numerous worshippers of Isis.

Many converted to Constantine's religion that mixed paganism with the Messianic Faith that eventually became the Roman catholic church.

The Roman catholic church continues to use the sunburst emblem known as the Eucharist which to this day contains the Greek letters IHS for IHSOUS.

Yahshua/Yahushua/Yahoshua, all derived from the Yahweh from the Babylonian tetragrammation created from Elite Black Magicians and Kabbalists.

God, Gad, Gud are all interrelated names, God was a common Teutonic Germanic word that was applied to superhuman beings of Heathen mythologies.

Gad was the babylonian/Canaanite/Syrian deity of Good luck or fortune, also called Meni, the god of destiny who was regarded as the Lord moon or sin.

The city of Gad was named after this deity. Gad was identified with Jupiter, the sun-deity, and applied to Nimrod whose general character was that of a sun-god or sun-divinity.

Church comes from the Angelo-Saxon root word Circe, and stems from the Greek name of the goddess Circe the daughter of Apollo, the same Circe of llliad. In Celtic pagan worship is the name Kirce. From her name comes the word Kirch which pertained to the building dedicated to pagan Celtic worship and rituals. 

The Greek word kuriakon was used for the building or house of Kurios (Lord) or house of Baal.

There are 36,000 denominations are all are just daughters with the same surname church.

Kahal or Kehelat are the proper Hebrew words pertaining to a public place of assembly or congregational place worship dedicated to the Father.

Ekklesia is the Greek word used in the Brit chadasha/ New testament for the assembly of the called out ones, but is never used in reference to a building, only denoting the people who have assembled.

Christ/Christian comes from the Greek word Christos meaning anointed/anointed one, and was used in the pagan Greek and Roman religions to give reference to their sun-idol, Helios.

Christos originates from the Greek word Chrestos which means good and alludes to the Greek/Roman idol Chrestos.

Chrestos as reverenced by Greeks and Romans was none other than Osiris, a Sun-deity of Egypt.

Heretic Gnostics during the time of the circulation of the new testament scriptures also used the title of Christos for their purposes.

Amen comes from the name of the Egyptian god of life and procreation identified with the sun-god as a supreme deity called Amen-Ra/Amen-Rah/Rah.

Omaine is the Hebrew pronunciation for prayer ending, does not pay homage to a pagan deity.

By various sources amen, anon, or amun were different names for this same deity.

The meaning of amen, it is hidden sun or hidden one. However the sun of reproduction and fertility was called amen-Ra.

This means amen means Baal because Baal and Ra are the same deity.

Fish symbol was used as a derogatory slur against Messiah in conjunction with using the word christos as a mockery of the savior.

Originally used as a symbol for the Greek fish-deity Dagon labeled with the phrase that made up the mystical name of ICTHUS which was one of the names of the Babylonian idol.

Bacchus/Dionysus/Tammuz, whose symbol is also the Cross lower case t and upper case T.

Glory and Glorify comes from the Latin word Gloria which is identified with the sun as being radiant, shining, brilliant, bright as the sun. Gloria was a roman goddess that was half-naked and held the zodiac signs.

Halo comes from the Greek/Roman sun-idol Helios. Romans applied the word Gloria to be a sunburst or ring of light around the head of Helios.

The use of Halos around the heads of angels, the Madonna and son, and Catholic saints has been extremely popular in paintings, artwork, and statuary connected to the Roman Catholic  Church.

The Roman catholic church still uses the Gloria sunburst in the Eucharist.

Easter originated from the pagan festival in honor of Eostre, a Teutonic Germanic dawn, spring and fertility goddess.

This same dawn, spring and fertility goddess Eostre was also known as Eastre and Ostara, dates back to the ancient Babylonian/Canaanite cultures where she was known as Astarte. In Ninevah, this same goddess was known as Ishtar. The idolatrous worship of this goddess revered as the Queen of Heaven is mentioned in Hebrew Scriptures in Jeremiah 7:18. The worship of this goddess spread throughout all the cultures of the world. She is found in India as the Hindu dawn-goddess Usha/Ushas, and in the west as Mary.

Christmas - 25th of December was the largest pagan festival dedicated to the birthday of the sun-god deity celebrated by the Mithras (Roman) religion known as the nativity of the sun.

Mithraism was the major rival of the Messianic faith in 321 AD until a merger came to happen under the banner of Christianity.

Bible comes from the Greek word Biblos/Biblion which refers to the Egyptian Papyrus reed which the Greeks called Byblos/Byblus.

The papyrus reed was shipped from the Egyptian city Biblis named after its female sun-deity. It was imported through the Greek seaport called Byblos named after its Phoenician sun-deity Byblis/Byblos believed to be the granddaughter of Apollo, the Greek sun-idol.

Grace comes from the Greek word charis, and Latin word gratis. Charis was a Greek deity, the wife of Vulcan. 

From Charis comes the Greek Charities, three female deities, daughters of Apollo

Chesed or favor are better words both in Hebrew and English, and can be used without reference to paganism.

Hallowed comes from the description of the pagan English fall festival of Halloween or Hallow-even. The festival portrays the sun-image of the KromKrauch who was worshipped at this seasonal festival.

Sacred comes from the word Sakra pertaining to the Persian/Roman god Mithra/Mithras. Sakra/Mithra/Mithras became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus, the unconquered sun-idol.

Sanctified comes from the Latin word sanctus which comes from the Greek word sancus used expressly for the Greek idol Apollo.

Kodesh is the Hebrew word for set-apart pertaining to the things of the father.

Sacrifice, Sacrilege, Sacrament are all words derived from the word Sakra that pertains to the Persian and Roman idol Mithra/Mithras who became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus.

Atonement. Offer, offering are words that can be used without reference to pagan worship and falsehood.

Obelisks, Spires, Steeple, Church Towers all come from the pagan worship practices of Babylon and Egypt called sun-pillars.

Luck and fortune are words that originate from the sun-deity Lucifer. Luck is the abbreviation of the name Lucifer.

The idea of having luck and good fortune is unscriptural and points to the belief in Gad the Syrian/Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune.

Names of days and months on Gregorian calendar are derived from Roman and Teutonic Germanic names of pagan deities. The traditional Jewish calendar contains Babylonian names.



Michael N

Pagan words snuck into the scriptures

Angel/Angels from Greek word Angelos meaning messenger/messengers. Angelos was the name of a Greek god associated with sun-worship.

Malakh/Malakim from Hebrew word meaning messenger/messengers has no association with Sun-worship.


Sunday was the day set aside in the Mithra (Roman) cult as its official day to assemble together to worship its Sun-deity.

Roman emperor Constantine legislated Sunday as a day of rest dedicated to the idol Helios.

Constantine worshipped Christos Helios which means christ-the-true-sun.

This is passed on today through Sunday worship.

Lord comes from the old English spelling of Lard which comes from lar/larth lares, Estruscan and Roman deities associated with sun-worship.

The Greek word Kurios was originally a title for the Greek and Roman sun-deity Helios and was called The Kurios (Lord) of Heaven and Earth.

The Hindu God Krishna is also known as Lord the title Lord was eventually applied to all Heathen deities.

Jesus comes from the Greek name Iesous/IHSOUS and Latin Iesus. Iesous is adapted from the name of the Greek goddess of healing Iesos/Iaso, the daughter of Apollo the sun idol.

This goddess was linked to the Egyptain Isis who had a son named Isu. During the era of Roman Emperors, there were numerous worshippers of Isis.

Many converted to Constantine's religion that mixed paganism with the Messianic Faith that eventually became the Roman catholic church.

The Roman catholic church continues to use the sunburst emblem known as the Eucharist which to this day contains the Greek letters IHS for IHSOUS.

Yahshua/Yahushua/Yahoshua, all derived from the Yahweh from the Babylonian tetragrammation created from Elite Black Magicians and Kabbalists.

God, Gad, Gud are all interrelated names, God was a common Teutonic Germanic word that was applied to superhuman beings of Heathen mythologies.

Gad was the babylonian/Canaanite/Syrian deity of Good luck or fortune, also called Meni, the god of destiny who was regarded as the Lord moon or sin.

The city of Gad was named after this deity. Gad was identified with Jupiter, the sun-deity, and applied to Nimrod whose general character was that of a sun-god or sun-divinity.

Church comes from the Angelo-Saxon root word Circe, and stems from the Greek name of the goddess Circe the daughter of Apollo, the same Circe of llliad. In Celtic pagan worship is the name Kirce. From her name comes the word Kirch which pertained to the building dedicated to pagan Celtic worship and rituals. 

The Greek word kuriakon was used for the building or house of Kurios (Lord) or house of Baal.

There are 36,000 denominations are all are just daughters with the same surname church.

Kahal or Kehelat are the proper Hebrew words pertaining to a public place of assembly or congregational place worship dedicated to the Father.

Ekklesia is the Greek word used in the Brit chadasha/ New testament for the assembly of the called out ones, but is never used in reference to a building, only denoting the people who have assembled.

Christ/Christian comes from the Greek word Christos meaning anointed/anointed one, and was used in the pagan Greek and Roman religions to give reference to their sun-idol, Helios.

Christos originates from the Greek word Chrestos which means good and alludes to the Greek/Roman idol Chrestos.

Chrestos as reverenced by Greeks and Romans was none other than Osiris, a Sun-deity of Egypt.

Heretic Gnostics during the time of the circulation of the new testament scriptures also used the title of Christos for their purposes.

Amen comes from the name of the Egyptian god of life and procreation identified with the sun-god as a supreme deity called Amen-Ra/Amen-Rah/Rah.

Omaine is the Hebrew pronunciation for prayer ending, does not pay homage to a pagan deity.

By various sources amen, anon, or amun were different names for this same deity.

The meaning of amen, it is hidden sun or hidden one. However the sun of reproduction and fertility was called amen-Ra.

This means amen means Baal because Baal and Ra are the same deity.

Fish symbol was used as a derogatory slur against Messiah in conjunction with using the word christos as a mockery of the savior.

Originally used as a symbol for the Greek fish-deity Dagon labeled with the phrase that made up the mystical name of ICTHUS which was one of the names of the Babylonian idol.

Bacchus/Dionysus/Tammuz, whose symbol is also the Cross lower case t and upper case T.

Glory and Glorify comes from the Latin word Gloria which is identified with the sun as being radiant, shining, brilliant, bright as the sun. Gloria was a roman goddess that was half-naked and held the zodiac signs.

Halo comes from the Greek/Roman sun-idol Helios. Romans applied the word Gloria to be a sunburst or ring of light around the head of Helios.

The use of Halos around the heads of angels, the Madonna and son, and Catholic saints has been extremely popular in paintings, artwork, and statuary connected to the Roman Catholic  Church.

The Roman catholic church still uses the Gloria sunburst in the Eucharist.

Easter originated from the pagan festival in honor of Eostre, a Teutonic Germanic dawn, spring and fertility goddess.

This same dawn, spring and fertility goddess Eostre was also known as Eastre and Ostara, dates back to the ancient Babylonian/Canaanite cultures where she was known as Astarte. In Ninevah, this same goddess was known as Ishtar. The idolatrous worship of this goddess revered as the Queen of Heaven is mentioned in Hebrew Scriptures in Jeremiah 7:18. The worship of this goddess spread throughout all the cultures of the world. She is found in India as the Hindu dawn-goddess Usha/Ushas, and in the west as Mary.

Christmas - 25th of December was the largest pagan festival dedicated to the birthday of the sun-god deity celebrated by the Mithras (Roman) religion known as the nativity of the sun.

Mithraism was the major rival of the Messianic faith in 321 AD until a merger came to happen under the banner of Christianity.

Bible comes from the Greek word Biblos/Biblion which refers to the Egyptian Papyrus reed which the Greeks called Byblos/Byblus.

The papyrus reed was shipped from the Egyptian city Biblis named after its female sun-deity. It was imported through the Greek seaport called Byblos named after its Phoenician sun-deity Byblis/Byblos believed to be the granddaughter of Apollo, the Greek sun-idol.

Grace comes from the Greek word charis, and Latin word gratis. Charis was a Greek deity, the wife of Vulcan. 

From Charis comes the Greek Charities, three female deities, daughters of Apollo

Chesed or favor are better words both in Hebrew and English, and can be used without reference to paganism.

Hallowed comes from the description of the pagan English fall festival of Halloween or Hallow-even. The festival portrays the sun-image of the KromKrauch who was worshipped at this seasonal festival.

Sacred comes from the word Sakra pertaining to the Persian/Roman god Mithra/Mithras. Sakra/Mithra/Mithras became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus, the unconquered sun-idol.

Sanctified comes from the Latin word sanctus which comes from the Greek word sancus used expressly for the Greek idol Apollo.

Kodesh is the Hebrew word for set-apart pertaining to the things of the father.

Sacrifice, Sacrilege, Sacrament are all words derived from the word Sakra that pertains to the Persian and Roman idol Mithra/Mithras who became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus.

Atonement. Offer, offering are words that can be used without reference to pagan worship and falsehood.

Obelisks, Spires, Steeple, Church Towers all come from the pagan worship practices of Babylon and Egypt called sun-pillars.

Luck and fortune are words that originate from the sun-deity Lucifer. Luck is the abbreviation of the name Lucifer.

The idea of having luck and good fortune is unscriptural and points to the belief in Gad the Syrian/Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune.

Names of days and months on Gregorian calendar are derived from Roman and Teutonic Germanic names of pagan deities. The traditional Jewish calendar contains Babylonian names.



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A TRIBE CALLED JUDAH

it would have been nice to give someone time to read the words

Prodigal Sun

Thanks for the video.. I enjoyed the much as well..

Marianne Gordon

The Masorectic Texts Vowel Pointing System was implemented to deceive mankind. They wanted to completely obliterate the names of our Father and Messiah....they removed the names and replaced them with the names of Pagan G-ds. G-d, L-rd, L-RD. L-rd means Ba'al. And back in ancient times they had turned their backs on Yahuah and started Worshipping others g-ds...Idol Worship and the Worship of Graven Images. Also Moloch which they sacrificed their sons and daughters to. Please check out the Illuminati, Globalist Elite, and the Powers that Be...they have deceived humanity on an extremely large scale!!!! Please check out the Depopulation Agenda, Weather Wars, Psychological Warfare, Nuclear Warfare, Silent Weapons War, and Biochemical Warfare and Iron Mountain. Also the Covens of Azazel and the Roman Catholic Church. I pray that our Father Yahuah will help you in your search for Truth....We are in the End Times. The Great Tribulation has begun in my humble opinion. Please repent and ask Yahuah to forgive you. We were also lead to believe that J-sus Chr-st is the True Messiah. They the Vatican lied to all of us. Please check out the names Yahuah/Yahusha. Pray and ask our Father for Wisdom, Understanding, and discernment. Shalum

lassus prophetam

Actually I don't know where you got that second vowel in a language that has no vowels. But we can assume that since the rest of the words in the Bible were translated properly and the rest of the names in the Bible were translated properly that Amun is Amun. There is no amien obviously in a language with no vowels. If you look it up in the Kabbalah the reason why Jesus used the word Amen at the end of his prayer was because he left the temple saying he was still going to use God's name, Amen when all the other priest decided not to use it anymore. "Our Father who art in heaven Hallowed be thy name, Amen.". Yes Jesus called his father, Amun. Moses prayed to Amen and David prayed Amen. The whole Amun Ra thinking later with the Greeks. The affiliation with the Sun, although all things in the universe were affiliated with the hidden God, came much much later.

valambiguous

Did someone say that pagan name J-sus said He was Am-n??? really now!

naynay1228

@zionyah613 yahusha is the sons name. shua means to cry out, does Yahusha cry out?.. sha is deliverance yahweh is pagan that babylon terminology look into the root of hebrew words. yahweh doesn't even sound hebrew if you think about it. 

Michael N

Pagan words snuck into the scriptures

Angel/Angels from Greek word Angelos meaning messenger/messengers. Angelos was the name of a Greek god associated with sun-worship.

Malakh/Malakim from Hebrew word meaning messenger/messengers has no association with Sun-worship.


Sunday was the day set aside in the Mithra (Roman) cult as its official day to assemble together to worship its Sun-deity.

Roman emperor Constantine legislated Sunday as a day of rest dedicated to the idol Helios.

Constantine worshipped Christos Helios which means christ-the-true-sun.

This is passed on today through Sunday worship.

Lord comes from the old English spelling of Lard which comes from lar/larth lares, Estruscan and Roman deities associated with sun-worship.

The Greek word Kurios was originally a title for the Greek and Roman sun-deity Helios and was called The Kurios (Lord) of Heaven and Earth.

The Hindu God Krishna is also known as Lord the title Lord was eventually applied to all Heathen deities.

Jesus comes from the Greek name Iesous/IHSOUS and Latin Iesus. Iesous is adapted from the name of the Greek goddess of healing Iesos/Iaso, the daughter of Apollo the sun idol.

This goddess was linked to the Egyptain Isis who had a son named Isu. During the era of Roman Emperors, there were numerous worshippers of Isis.

Many converted to Constantine's religion that mixed paganism with the Messianic Faith that eventually became the Roman catholic church.

The Roman catholic church continues to use the sunburst emblem known as the Eucharist which to this day contains the Greek letters IHS for IHSOUS.

Yahshua/Yahushua/Yahoshua, all derived from the Yahweh from the Babylonian tetragrammation created from Elite Black Magicians and Kabbalists.

God, Gad, Gud are all interrelated names, God was a common Teutonic Germanic word that was applied to superhuman beings of Heathen mythologies.

Gad was the babylonian/Canaanite/Syrian deity of Good luck or fortune, also called Meni, the god of destiny who was regarded as the Lord moon or sin.

The city of Gad was named after this deity. Gad was identified with Jupiter, the sun-deity, and applied to Nimrod whose general character was that of a sun-god or sun-divinity.

Church comes from the Angelo-Saxon root word Circe, and stems from the Greek name of the goddess Circe the daughter of Apollo, the same Circe of llliad. In Celtic pagan worship is the name Kirce. From her name comes the word Kirch which pertained to the building dedicated to pagan Celtic worship and rituals. 

The Greek word kuriakon was used for the building or house of Kurios (Lord) or house of Baal.

There are 36,000 denominations are all are just daughters with the same surname church.

Kahal or Kehelat are the proper Hebrew words pertaining to a public place of assembly or congregational place worship dedicated to the Father.

Ekklesia is the Greek word used in the Brit chadasha/ New testament for the assembly of the called out ones, but is never used in reference to a building, only denoting the people who have assembled.

Christ/Christian comes from the Greek word Christos meaning anointed/anointed one, and was used in the pagan Greek and Roman religions to give reference to their sun-idol, Helios.

Christos originates from the Greek word Chrestos which means good and alludes to the Greek/Roman idol Chrestos.

Chrestos as reverenced by Greeks and Romans was none other than Osiris, a Sun-deity of Egypt.

Heretic Gnostics during the time of the circulation of the new testament scriptures also used the title of Christos for their purposes.

Amen comes from the name of the Egyptian god of life and procreation identified with the sun-god as a supreme deity called Amen-Ra/Amen-Rah/Rah.

Omaine is the Hebrew pronunciation for prayer ending, does not pay homage to a pagan deity.

By various sources amen, anon, or amun were different names for this same deity.

The meaning of amen, it is hidden sun or hidden one. However the sun of reproduction and fertility was called amen-Ra.

This means amen means Baal because Baal and Ra are the same deity.

Fish symbol was used as a derogatory slur against Messiah in conjunction with using the word christos as a mockery of the savior.

Originally used as a symbol for the Greek fish-deity Dagon labeled with the phrase that made up the mystical name of ICTHUS which was one of the names of the Babylonian idol.

Bacchus/Dionysus/Tammuz, whose symbol is also the Cross lower case t and upper case T.

Glory and Glorify comes from the Latin word Gloria which is identified with the sun as being radiant, shining, brilliant, bright as the sun. Gloria was a roman goddess that was half-naked and held the zodiac signs.

Halo comes from the Greek/Roman sun-idol Helios. Romans applied the word Gloria to be a sunburst or ring of light around the head of Helios.

The use of Halos around the heads of angels, the Madonna and son, and Catholic saints has been extremely popular in paintings, artwork, and statuary connected to the Roman Catholic  Church.

The Roman catholic church still uses the Gloria sunburst in the Eucharist.

Easter originated from the pagan festival in honor of Eostre, a Teutonic Germanic dawn, spring and fertility goddess.

This same dawn, spring and fertility goddess Eostre was also known as Eastre and Ostara, dates back to the ancient Babylonian/Canaanite cultures where she was known as Astarte. In Ninevah, this same goddess was known as Ishtar. The idolatrous worship of this goddess revered as the Queen of Heaven is mentioned in Hebrew Scriptures in Jeremiah 7:18. The worship of this goddess spread throughout all the cultures of the world. She is found in India as the Hindu dawn-goddess Usha/Ushas, and in the west as Mary.

Christmas - 25th of December was the largest pagan festival dedicated to the birthday of the sun-god deity celebrated by the Mithras (Roman) religion known as the nativity of the sun.

Mithraism was the major rival of the Messianic faith in 321 AD until a merger came to happen under the banner of Christianity.

Bible comes from the Greek word Biblos/Biblion which refers to the Egyptian Papyrus reed which the Greeks called Byblos/Byblus.

The papyrus reed was shipped from the Egyptian city Biblis named after its female sun-deity. It was imported through the Greek seaport called Byblos named after its Phoenician sun-deity Byblis/Byblos believed to be the granddaughter of Apollo, the Greek sun-idol.

Grace comes from the Greek word charis, and Latin word gratis. Charis was a Greek deity, the wife of Vulcan. 

From Charis comes the Greek Charities, three female deities, daughters of Apollo

Chesed or favor are better words both in Hebrew and English, and can be used without reference to paganism.

Hallowed comes from the description of the pagan English fall festival of Halloween or Hallow-even. The festival portrays the sun-image of the KromKrauch who was worshipped at this seasonal festival.

Sacred comes from the word Sakra pertaining to the Persian/Roman god Mithra/Mithras. Sakra/Mithra/Mithras became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus, the unconquered sun-idol.

Sanctified comes from the Latin word sanctus which comes from the Greek word sancus used expressly for the Greek idol Apollo.

Kodesh is the Hebrew word for set-apart pertaining to the things of the father.

Sacrifice, Sacrilege, Sacrament are all words derived from the word Sakra that pertains to the Persian and Roman idol Mithra/Mithras who became the sun-deity called Sol Invictus.

Atonement. Offer, offering are words that can be used without reference to pagan worship and falsehood.

Obelisks, Spires, Steeple, Church Towers all come from the pagan worship practices of Babylon and Egypt called sun-pillars.

Luck and fortune are words that originate from the sun-deity Lucifer. Luck is the abbreviation of the name Lucifer.

The idea of having luck and good fortune is unscriptural and points to the belief in Gad the Syrian/Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune.

Names of days and months on Gregorian calendar are derived from Roman and Teutonic Germanic names of pagan deities. The traditional Jewish calendar contains Babylonian names.

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the word Amen is a Egyptian god called Amen-Ra and the Webster's dictionary of 1989 says Amen is Egyptian mythology and the real word to say is Omeine (Aw-maine) and English it's Amein (Aw-maine) not Amen plus the creator's name is not God if it's God than why are other gods called gods ? the creator has a name but over 2,800 years ago a scribe replaced the creator's name with a false name in sea scrolls and if we call the creator God which God are we calling on ? the God word is not in the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts and the God word comes from the German word Godan which was later shortened to God and the God word is applied to other gods therefore it is not our creator's name

Yahuahs child

Yahweh is wrong. It is Yahuwah.

Yahuahs child

naynay1228 it is crying out for salvation. Yahushua is then right. Yahu (wah)+ (Ye)shua= Yahushua.

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