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By Joyce - 6 Nov 2012
In Reference to: 4 November 2012 - Halloween Versus God’s Heavenly Will
I agree completely Elaine! October 31st celebrates darkness, not light. The devil, and I too have had some particularly hair-raising experiences, has too much of a run in this crazy world as it is (see daily petitions or any newscast!) why do we dress it up as chocolate and 'dress -up' and dance with him even further?
I respect everybody's opinion on this list. But I have seen halloween, since some notable bad stuff a few years ago, as part of a continued deception to pull us away from celebrating the light and doing God's will on this nasty planet.
Thanks again Frank!
BTW Remembrance Day is totally separate from October 31: Remembrance Day isn't about celebrating the dead. It's about honouring the sacrifices of young men and women who faced things few of us can imagine, taking time to remember them and thank them. I attend cenotaph services every year since a veteran family member died and I consider it a duty.