Monday, October 31, 2016

Halloween Was’ A Christian Holy Day

Halloween Was’ A Christian Holy Day 
Let’s take it back! 

By de Andréa
Opinion Editorialist for
Published October 31, 2016

With Halloween at hand, I thought it a good time to share a little known truth, about the day of the goblins, devils and MONSTERS. 

Throughout history Satan has been trying to steal the kingdom and creation of God as well as every other fundamental truth and celebration of Jesus Christ.  By now you should be well aware of the incremental theft of Christmas, turning and twisting it into a secular and eventually just another demonic holiday called Xmas which removes Christ from Christmas.  But few are aware that Halloween was once a Christian holy day as well, and one of the many Christian celebrations stolen over the years by Satan and his followers.  Halloween was originally called “All Hallows Eve” the night before “All Saints Day”

While some Christians choose not to celebrate Halloween in any way, because of its demonic implications, actor Kirk Cameron recently encouraged Christians to "have the biggest Halloween party on your block."

Below are some quotes from the Christian Post in an interview with Kirk Camron where he made some seemingly controversial statements. He also discussed the origins of the "spooky" holiday 

"The real origins have a lot to do with All Saints Day and All Hallows Eve," Kirk told the Christian Post. "If you go back to old church calendars, especially Catholic calendars, they recognize the holiday as ‘All Saints Day’, with All Hallows Eve the day before, when they would remember the dead. That's all tied in to Halloween.

Early on, Christians would dress up in costumes as the devil, ghosts, goblins and witches precisely to make the point that those things were defeated and overthrown by the resurrected Jesus Christ. The costumes poked fun at the fact that the devil and his other evil demons were publicly humiliated by Christ at His resurrection. That's what the Scriptures say, that He publicly humiliated the devil when He triumphed over power and principality and put them under his feet."

THE BOTTOM LINE: Rather than ignore the annual celebration or denounce it, Christians should take back the fundamental truth of Halloween, and use it as a teaching opportunity to share the truth of Jesus Christ and his Salvation and eternal life that is clearly lacking in Satan’s Islamic religion of eternal death through Muhammad his so-called prophet.

Over time and history you get a few satanically influenced pagans who want to steal a holy day or two from the Christian church, and make it all about death which is Satan’s religion of Islam from Hell that worships death.  But Christians have always known since the first century that death and Hell were defeated, that the grave was overcome, that ghosts, goblins, and devils from Allah’s hell are foolish has-beens who used to be in power but not anymore. Not since the resurrection of Jesus Christ. 

Halloween was, and could be again, a very important Holy day, celebrating the defeat of Satan’s power of eternal death, by Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the power over death in 33 AD, giving each one of us salvation and eternal life. 

So, have a blessed “All Hallows Eve” making fun and humiliating the devil, and then follow it up with the celebration of Christ’s resurrection and redemption the way it was meant to be.

As displayed on my banner above…don’t be ignorantly deceived my friend only to enable your own destruction…  

Thanks for listening 
– de Andréa 
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Thanks for listening my friend!  Now go do the right thing.  
- de Andréa
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