Day of the Dead

In the movie Coco the grandmother says it’s the one night of the year our ancestors can come visit us.  Biblically that is incorrect.   In 2 Corinthians 5 Paul says that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. So, once we die we are either in heaven or hell not waiting around to come back to earth and visit those that are still living.

Setting up an altar to attempt to have communication with  those that have gone before is forbidden by the Lord.  Witchcraft, psychics, mediums, necromancy,  etc are not of the Lord.  Don’t take my word for it……………study it for yourself.

~~~~> just a few  places to start:

Deut 18:10-12

Leviticus 19:31

Leviticus 20:6

Galatians 5:19 – 5:21

This is important so study it out for yourself. 

r embs 10/8/2022

Day of the Dead

In homes, at graves or in the schools of today

not God, but tradition and culture leads way

Holiness is out,  necromancy is  in

totally  deceived —  families gather in sin

They build altars to honor relatives now dead

using skulls, favorite drinks, fruits  and baked bread

Candles are lit and dear photos of old

are lovingly viewed  as sweet memories  are told

So innocent it seems, these gatherings to commune  

with loved ones long past, from this life now  marooned 

But this practice is not harmless, it’s  insidious and evil  

for  it’s not loved ones that are reached but trecherous devils.

r embs 10/8/2022

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