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Hallowed Eve: we scare each other. We call it fun. Proverbs 9:10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom. Holy God: we tremble at his power. We call it wisdom.
Halloween, Hallowed Eve. Hallowed means “holy.” What’s holy this week? “Hallowed be Thy name” Halloween? Hardly holy Holy cow! Can’t we just have fun? Per Merriam-Webster, holy means worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and … Continue reading
You find the time to shop for candy to give neighborhood children who come to your door on Halloween. How about a year-round gift that is better than candy? Find the time to pray for all the children you know: (from Ephesians … Continue reading
All Saints Day–a solemn day of devotion to the departed faithful. All Hallows Eve, the night before All Saints Day. Let’s make it a holy time of prayer, devoted to the not-yet-departed faithful: Ephesians 6:18 (NASB) With all prayer … Continue reading
I read that some ancient cultures considered harvest time the end of their year. Thus the new year marked the start of a season of cold and dark. I wonder how they acknowledged their new year’s eve. Was it more … Continue reading
It’s almost Halloween. The decorations are up, the candy is ready. Be very afraid! Give me something good to eat Count me out The origins of Halloween are uncertain. It is likely rooted in the Celtic festival of … Continue reading
If all Christians whispered a blessing over every child they encountered this evening, it truly would be a holy night, a Hallowed Eve.
Me: Look at him: tough-guy swagger, droopy drawers, stone face. He’s trouble! God: Why are you cursing my creation? Me: What cursing? It’s the truth. God: The truth? Really? Look at him with my eyes. Speak blessing into his … Continue reading