Evil, being frightened, witchery and ghoul are the center of the Halloween celebration. Don’t Levi’s X Stranger Things Camp Know Where Shirt think Jesus is happy about Halloween either and definitely not on the same tree we use to celebrate His birth and the joy he brings us if we want it. OK, green tree for Christmas, Black tree for Halloween, Orange tree for Thanksgiving, Red for Valentine day. I think you have the idea. Its a fun thing to do if it makes you happy who cares what anyone thinks.
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People put this awful label on it that it’s evil and the devil’s birthday which I hate because it’s not. The devil has no birthday and if he did only God would know it. Celebrating death or dark things is a personal decision and to me if you have a strong faith none of that is scary. Death is a part of life and the unknowns are what keep us searching and learning and there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s just my opinion though. It depends on who you ask.
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A pope sanctioned Nov. 1st as a day to celebrate saints and martyrs and Nov 2nd all souls day. Therefore Halloween or as it was called all hallows eve, on Oct 21st was a night to celebrate and ward off evil. It was a cross between an old Celtic celebration and Christianity. So using the tree as a way to celebrate isn’t off base. The using if a tree was taken from thee burning tree in Babylon when the Jews where captive they adopted.
The use of a lighted tree. So the fact you use a tree at all could be used as an insult to Jesus if you wanna pack at little things. It’s about Faith and Love, not Levi’s X Stranger Things Camp Know Where Shirt legalism and rules. Germans are credited with the tradition of bringing in trees and lighting them with candles for Christmas in the 16th Century, however, Long before the advent of Christianity evergreens were seen as special because they remained green all year long. And many would hang.