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Halloween Witch Decorations

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Do you think it's okay for Christians to put the Halloween decorations in your home?

You know, like the good old Jack or letters. Dolls or a witch or a black cat. Is it sacrilegious, or is it just harmless fun. I mean, you can put decorations and not be a sinner right? Hmmmmm. What do you think in this way? The best answer wins. pagan daughter. Please. This is not a good thing to say ……………

What does the Bible say about Halloween? Nothing. But he speaking of witches, the occult, and paganism. Exodus 10:18 pm, you should not let a witch live. Deut. 18:10-12, "Do not be found among you who sacrifices his son or daughter through fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, 11 or spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. 12 Any person making these things are an abomination to the Lord … The Bible certainly speaks negatively about occultic practices, spirits and witches and condemns them, not just practice but also the people involved. As Christians, we have nothing to do with the occult. Tarot cards, contacting the dead, séances, lucky charms, etc, are all unbiblical and can harm a Christian community open to God and Christian demonic oppression. Most Christians know this and avoid these activities. But the question remains. Because there are ancient pagan connections and has hidden connections, which is the Christian to do? Christians can celebrate Halloween? The answer is simple: Yes and No. Let's look at the first negative. The Christian should not participate in or support the occult, witchcraft, demons, or anything else that raises the occult. To do so is incompatible with the word of God, get into the demonic spirits, and invite God's view. If a Halloween party focuses on demons, devils, spirits, etc. I would say that they have nothing to do with it. On the other hand, is not badly dressed in the costume and go trick door knocks or treatment. "A provided that the costume is not demonic, I see nothing wrong in this regard. It's fun for children. Check out Christmas trees. It was originally an ancient symbol fertility. However, it became a symbol of Christmas and the place where gifts are placed. Christians, then, in tribute to an ancient pagan fertility god? Not at all. They do not consider it pagan at all and are simply joining a cultural event and without giving honor to all anti-biblical. In the Bible in 1 Cor. 10:23-33, Paul talks about meat sacrificed to idols. The meat is often sold in the meat market and raises the question, "If each Christian flesh Paul says in verse 25, "eat anything sold in the meat market without asking questions for conscience 'sake." It's very interesting. He says it's okay to eat meat purchased in the market even though the meat may have been sacrificed to idols. Then in verses 28-29, he said: "But if someone says:" This is meat sacrificed idols, "do not eat, for the love of whom he reported, and the consciousness of love, 29 I refer to your own conscience, but the other man, why me?. Freedom judged by another conscience "(NIV) Paul says that if you find that the meat was sacrificed to idols, do not eat – it's not for you, but because the other person. In other words, eat meat not affect you. However, this may affect the attitude of someone who does not understand the freedom of the Christian is in Christ. Is it different with Halloween (or Christmas)? Even N If Halloween has pagan origins, because of their freedom in Christ, you and / or children can dress in costumes and go door to door and just plain fun. No But if you do not feel comfortable with this way, you should not. If you know someone who fell in manufacturing, should not either.

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