I’ve been listening to people talk about how bad it is on Friday the 13th and I am just not with that. The Bible says, This is the day the Lord has made, Let US rejoice and be glad in it. (Psalm 118:24). So to me, if God made Friday the 13th. It. Is. Good. Take a look at an article I read from FlowingFaith.com writer Mari-Anna Stålnacke. ~Randi
Christians & Friday the 13th
Does your Christian faith influence your take on Friday the 13th? Or do you still feel skirmish?
It might be Friday the 13th but “This is the day the LORD acted; we will rejoice and celebrate in it!”. (Ps.118:24, CEB) Yes, let’s rejoice! It might be Friday the 13th but all the promises of the Bible are in effect also today.
Earlier, before you knew God personally, you were enslaved to so-called gods that had nothing of the divine about them. But now that you know the real God—or rather since God knows you—how can you possibly subject yourselves again to those paper tigers? For that is exactly what you do when you are intimidated into scrupulously observing all the traditions, taboos, and superstitions associated with special days and seasons and years. I am afraid that all my hard work among you has gone up in a puff of smoke! (Gal.4:8-11, MSG, emphasis added)
So, are you superstitious or a Christian? You can’t be both. You either believe in God and his power to set you free or you don’t. You either live in fear or you live in God’s grace. You are either a slave of superstitions or you are a free child of God.
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