Do You Celebrate Death?

Jun 24, 2022


The mind of the flesh is a perspective we have to wrestle against constantly.

At Shemoth / Exodus 13 Yahuah told us to remember His deliverance from our forced bondage in Mitsrayim by our annual observance of Passover and Matsah.

Yahuah crushed our oppressors with plagues, and killed the whole military army that pursued His bride-to-be.

Our perspective of war is programmed through political socialization.

The 4th of July is a celebration of a victory that cost the lives of many young men on both sides of the issue. King George of England sent many young men to their deaths over a tax he imposed on tea that the British colonists in America did not want to pay. It was a rebellion that quickly turned into a revolution, resulting in a declaration of independence from England, signed on August 2, 1776.

Today it is celebrated on July 4th.

The fireworks people set off represent the rockets and bombs that killed people during that war of independence.

The song “Star Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key honors the flag of 13 stars and 13 stripes, representing the 13 colonies in the American revolution.

“What is highly thought of among men is an abomination in the sight of Alahim.”

Yahusha ha Mashiak, Luke 16:14-15


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