Tuesday, February 16, 2021

If a wordly “holiday” doesn’t try to masquerade as one of YHWH’s Holy Days, then don’t sweat it or spend the day brooding…

I see so many Hebrew Roots types railing against "Valentines Day." Well, since as it doesn't masquerade as one of God's Holy Appointed Times (it doesn't pretend to be the birth, death or resurrection of Yeshua or mention YHWH, or prompt people to worship satan), what difference does it make if someone wants to give their loved on a gift on that particular day? They're not "worshiping" some man-made "god" by doing that.

You should only worry about a certain man-made "holiday" IF it (1) masquerades as one of YHWH's Holy Days (i.e., Christmas and Easter); or (2) IF it promotes evil (i.e., Halloween, which pays homage to goblins, ghouls, ghosts, the dead, and even satan himself ... in other words, "the dark side".).

Use some common sense, people! Stop believing and blindly following all the "wannabe Torah teachers" out there...especially those who find paganism under every rock!

And by the way, I'm not telling people that they should or shouldn't do Valentines. It's your choice.

What I'm trying to say is that Christmas and Easter both claim to be holy days for "Jesus"; Valentine's doesn't. It's your choice to do it or not, but if you do it, it doesn't mean you're worshiping some other god! What I’m getting at is the fact that, if you wrap yourself around the axle about every little thing you encounter, you might as well stay in bed and never get up.

Same thing goes for the names of the days of the week and months. Most of the world goes by the Gregorian calendar, and I challenge those who sit around complaining about the "names of pagan gods" in the calendar to try to make a doctor's appointment sometime on "the fourth day of Nisan/Yiar/Tammuz (or whatever) on the sixth hour." See how ridiculous this can get?

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