Easter is actually rooted in false religion. The name Easter itself has been linked to Eostre, or Ostara, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of the dawn and of spring.
And how did eggs and rabbits come to be associated with Easter? Eggs “have been prominent as symbols of new life and resurrection,” says the Encyclopædia Britannica, while the hare and the rabbit have long served as symbols of fertility.
Easter, therefore, is really a fertility rite thinly disguised as a celebration of Christ’s resurrection.
Real genuine Christains would know and apply this knowledge .
We can not worship the Heavenly Father and the pagan rituals of Demons.
We would be disowned by our Heavenly Father.
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