Light and Darkness Cannot mix
Notably, this a Pastor of a small congregation in the traditional church. A female evangelist who does well in her street ministry and told me that she started her church because when she referred people to different congregations in the area they would come back and report that they were treated harshly by the members who looked at them as trash.
Conversely, when she started the church I was particularly drawn to the fact that this was an area that I needed to familiarize myself with more; that is, that I need more “outside work” where there is actually being face to face with people…leading people to Salvation, assisting with counseling efforts, and praying for all to know the Most High.
However, I have strong convictions about Halloween in which I stopped celebrating that evil over 18 years ago.
Ladies and Gentlemen, can anybody tell me how darkness can mix with light? Light shows up the evils of darkness. So this tells me that people are wearing dark “spiritual” sun glasses to prevent the glare of the light.
I said, “I don’t celebrate Halloween.”
She said, “I know, but we renamed it Hallelujah Eve, and it’s for the kids, it’s fun!”
I said, “You can’t rename evil and think that changes it, evil cannot become good no matter how you dress it up!”
She said, “Well that’s what we’re doing.” (end of conversation)
I ask you saints of the Most High God, why can’t you take those “Sun glasses off” to see truth? It is hitting us right in the face, and not only are we worshiping other gods, but leading the children to do the same.
In one breathe we say “don’t take candy from strangers,” and the next we are taking them to the strangers front door!!!
This madness has got to stop! What is more important, your soul or a good time?
- Halloween- a Celebration of Darkness (ioan17.wordpress.com)
- Churches use Halloween’s pagan roots to grow their flocks (stltoday.com)
- Churches in St. Louis area use Halloween’s pagan roots to grow their flocks (stltoday.com)
- The Tragedy of Halloween (markconner.typepad.com)
- Halloween is Evil? C’mon Man (newenglandfather.com)
- Celebrating Darkness and Evil? (renovationstory.wordpress.com)
- Halloween Decisions (wonderyearsof2.blogspot.com)
- Halloween. Photo: David Secombe, text: Andrew Martin. (thelondoncolumn.com)
Posted on November 1, 2012, in Children, Family, Home, Life, Public Safety and Awareness, Religion and Spirituality and tagged Celt, Christian, Evil, Halloween, Holiday, Jesus, Opinions, Trick or Treat. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.