[Note: Christmas, or Christ's Mass as it was originally known, is a Roman Catholic Tradition. It is one of the many festivals that Roman Catholicism had concocted. The practice of decorating trees was spoken of by Prophet Jeremiah more than 2,500 years ago. It was a heathen practice among idol worshippers. Please read Jeremiah 10:1-5 and see if his words were not also prophetically referring to the “Christmas Tree”. The Early Church did not celebrate the birthday of Christ Jesus neither did they celebrate His death. Christians are told to remember (not to celebrate) the Lord's death at the Communion table. Read Lk.22:19-20; 1 Cor.11:26.]

Christmas is not mentioned in the entire book of the Bible. Never one time did Jesus refer them to His birth, but to His death.
[Sirs We Would See Jesus]

But what kind of worship can you get in a church that knows so little of God and it puts up a Santa Claus at Christmas and bunnies at Easter? Where did they get that? They got it from the pagans and made it part of the church doctrine. But when one turns to the Lord and is filled with the Holy Ghost, he ceases from all such things. He has a rest in his soul. He really begins to live, and love God and worship Him.
We do not teach our children such a mess as Santa Claus. Let your little children have something but tell them there is no such thing as Santa Claus.
Christmas itself is a myth. Nowhere is it found in the Bible. It is a Catholic dogma. Nowhere in Scripture did they ever celebrate the Birth of Christ.
Celebration of Christmas! Pagan! Devil Worship!!!
[Christianity vs Idolatry]

Stop that Nonsense. Quit all this swapping gifts one with another, all this nonsense of the world. I want to get away from all this Christmas tinsel and things because someday it's going to burn with unquenchable fire and all those who tolerated it, will burn with it…The world people will perish with the world.
[I've Seen His Star In The East]

And everyone plays Santa Claus and decorates trees. Heathenism and things like that and call ourselves Christians? What's the matter with the Christian Church?
[Harvest Time]