All Souls' Day and All Saints' Day in Prophecy?


Prophecies fulfilled in Roman Catholicism Biblical prophecies are meant to be fulfilled without fail. The fulfillment proves the existence of the God who foretold them.

ISAIAH 46:9-10
9 Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me,
10 Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:

Only the true God has the power to see the future. No human being by his own intelligence equipped with the most modern technological know-how can predict exactly what will happen in the future.

PROVERBS 27:1(Revised Standard Version)
Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.

God’s prophecy is revealed through the mouth of His prophets, like the Lord Jesus Christ.

DEUTERONOMY 18:18
I will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee, and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him.

THE ACTS 3:22, 20
22 For Moses truly said unto the fathers, A prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you of your brethren, like unto me; him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever he shall say unto you.
20 And he shall send Jesus Christ, which before was preached unto you:

If in any occasion a pretentious prophet utters prophecies in the name of the Lord and does not come to pass, such is a false prophet!

DEUTERONOMY 18:22
When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him.

Conversely, the fulfillment of an uttered prophecy is the proof that the prophet who said it is sent of God. With this measure many prophets now are the fulfillment of the prophecy about the advent of many false prophets!

MATTHEW 24:24
For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

I JOHN 4:1
Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.

Prophets sent by God prophesied that many will prefer to listen to false prophets and their fables:

II TIMOTHY 4:3-4
3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;
4 And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.

The word fable in the Greek language is μῦθος (muthos) which means myth or fiction.

moo’-thos

Perhaps from the same as G3453 (through the idea of tuition); a tale, that is, fiction (“myth”): – fable.

* (Strong’s Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries, Dictionaries of Hebrew and Greek Words taken from Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance by James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D., 1890.)

The doctrine of limbo, purgatory, rosary, sign of the cross, mass, the infallibility of the popes, All Souls’ Day, All Saints’ Day and many more are neither Biblical nor sensible! These words, even the very idea they convey, are not Biblical. Nowhere in the Bible can we find the word limbo, purgatory, rosary, mass, sign of the cross, pope, All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day.

If Catholic popes speak infallibly (ex-cathedra) as they claim, why is it that the present pope declared that limbo, which was part of the teachings of all previous popes, is non-existent?


Whether they declare it or not, not only is the doctrine of limbo non-existent. The apostles have not mentioned anything about All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day! The first century Christians did not celebrate a feast for the dead or for the souls in purgatory. Neither can the celebration of “All Hallows Eve” or “Halloween” be found in the Bible!

The Christian faith must be based on the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ – no more, no less. These teachings were written down on the pages of the Bible by eyewitnesses.

I JOHN 1:1-4
1 That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and our hands have handled, of the Word of life;
2 (For the life was manifested, and we have seen it, and bear witness, and show unto you that eternal life, which was with the Father, and was manifested unto us;)
3 That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.
4 And these things write we unto you, that your joy may be full.

Our learning must not go beyond what was written.

I CORINTHIANS 4:6(Revised Standard Version)
I have applied all this to myself and Apol’los for your benefit, brethren, that you may learn by us not to go beyond what is written, that none of you may be puffed up in favor of one against another.

What was written was commanded by the Lord to be written.

I CORINTHIANS 14:37
If any man think himself to be a prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge that the things that I write unto you are the commandments of the Lord.

Any article of faith not written in the Bible falls into fable! Not found in the Bible are limbo, purgatory, novena, rosary, mass, sign of the cross, All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day as in the following:

LIMBO

PURGATORY

In the writings of Augustine (died, 430 A.D.) the doctrine of purgatory was first given definite form, although he himself expressed doubt about some phases of it. It was, however, not until the sixth century that it received formal shape at the hands of Gregory the Great, who held the papal office from 590 to 604 A.D.

The doctrine about purgatory was proclaimed an article of faith in 1439, by the Council of Florence, and was later confirmed by the Council of Trent, in 1548.
The Eastern Orthodox Church, incidentally, does not teach the doctrine of purgatory.

http://home.computer.net/~cya/cy00026.html
 
NOVENA

The novena in honour of St. Francis Xavier, known as the “Novena of Grace”, originated as follows: in 1633 Father Mastrilli, S.J., was at the point of death as a result of an accident, when St. Francis Xavier, to whom he had great devotion, appeared to him and urged him to devote himself to the missions of the Indies. Father Mastrilli then made a vow before his provincial that he would go to the Indies if God spared his life, and in another apparition (3 Jan., 1634) St. Francis Xavier exacted of him a renewal of this promise, foretold his martyrdom, and restored him to health so completely that on the same night Father Mastrilli was in a condition to write an account of his cure, and the next morning to celebrate Mass at the altar of the saint and to resume his community life. He soon set out for the Japanese missions where he was martyred, 17 October, 1637. The renown of the miracle quickly spread through Italy, and inspired with confidence in the power and goodness of St. Francis Xavier, the faithful implored his assistance in a novena with such success that it came to be called the “novena of grace”. This novena is now made publicly in many countries from 4 to 12 March, the latter being the date of the canonization of St. Francis Xavier together with St. Ignatius.

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11141b.htm

ROSARY

MASS

Sacrifice of the Mass

Catholic Encyclopedia

The word Mass (missa) first established itself as the general designation for the Eucharistic Sacrifice in the West after the time of Pope Gregory the Great (d. 604), the early Church having used the expression the “breaking of bread” (fractiopanis) or “liturgy” (Acts 13:2, leitourgountes); the Greek Church has employed the latter name for almost sixteen centuries.


SIGN OF THE CROSS

ALL SAINT'S DAY


ALL SOULS DAY

All of the preceding doctrines and articles of faith are the embodiment of the fulfillment of the prophecy about the advent of false Christs and false prophets that will turn the ears of their followers from truth to fables!

All these teachings come to the mind of Catholic mentors many hundreds of years after the death of the apostles, which simply means that they are not apostolic.

II TIMOTHY 4:4
And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.

If there is anyone who can cite verses to prove these teachings are Biblical, you are most welcome.

Brother Eli Soriano

69 comments:

  1. Wonderdul blog! It is a shame that most people are being fooled by doctrines that is not written in the Bible.

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  2. Enlightening top that every member of the Catholic church must understand.
    Thanks be to GOD for this blog.

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  3. Thanks to God for the understanding He has given Mr. Controversy.

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  4. A timely and wonderful blog once again Mr Controversy.

    Anything not written in the Bible are considered as fables and one of them is this so called "Halloween".

    Thanks be to GOD for a wonderful blog Mr Controversy.
    TO GOD BE THE GLORY

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  5. May our fellowmen be enlightened about this truth. Thanks to God Mr. Controversy.

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  6. A long-time practice but is not biblical

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  7. Dati akong bulag at ngayon ay nakakakita na ssD at PH!

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  8. Never learned of these truths in my 15 years of studying in a Catholic school and university. Only through the preaching of Bro. Eli by the grace of Jesus Christ

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  9. Thanks be to God for the eye opening blog.

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  10. It was Nov 1 2002 when I received my baptism in Apalit . The traffic when we went back to the locale was a little heavy because it was a national holiday in the Philippines….. All Saints DAY….. On that day, a batch of approximately 84 souls were baptized in the Church of GOD. I cannot contain my joy whenever I recall it because I was celebrating my birth while everybody was celebrating with their dead. And every time I get asked when my Sabbath is, I proudly tell them right away – it’s on the day that Filipinos go visit the cemetery. Cause everybody knows when that is.
    On that day, I gave up every Catholic thing about me. I was born, raised and schooled as Catholic. So I know every inch of its doctrine from catechisms and doctrines such as: anointing of the sick, confirmation, Christmas, rosary, scapulars, sign of the cross, limbo, purgatory, the Virgin Mary, saints, novenas, masses, 9 days and 40 days rituals for the departed, fiestas , the sto.nino, holy water …all saints day, all souls day and many more. On that day, I was freed by GOD from the lies I’ve been through for the last 36 years. To this day, I wonder why too many people cannot see what I saw. And I thank GOD, Bro.ELI was the chosen one to speak out the truth about this universal deception. Truly the catholic church is the biggest lie there is.
    I have always asked myself why….The Romans who killed and crucified Jesus Christ would build a church when they were the ones that didn’t believe him? It just didn’t make any sense. But after realizing all the deceit in Catholicism, I finally concluded, that IT SHOULD NOT MAKE SENSE BECAUSE IT’S NOT REAL. And the only prophecy that’s real and I know of to this day is that there is a great Babylon that will FALL. And that clearly ties up to the catholic faith.

    TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

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    1. truly.. THANKS BE TO GOD, Brother! Amen.

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  11. Any doctrines which is not written in the Scriptures is an abolition in the sight of God. Thank you again Bro. Eli for this very enlightening blog. God bless you.

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  12. Feast of the dead is not biblical same as the many false doctrine created and fabricated by the roman catholic church. Sad to know that millions of people believed in this false doctrine.

    Thanks be to God for this eye opening blog!

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  13. The doctrine of limbo, purgatory, rosary, sign of the cross, mass, the infallibility of the popes, All Souls’ Day, All Saints’ Day and many more are neither Biblical nor sensible! These words, even the very idea they convey, are not Biblical. Nowhere in the Bible can we find the word limbo, purgatory, rosary, mass, sign of the cross, pope, All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day..... its just simply called Myth!!!

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    1. INFALLIBILITY OF THE POPES: If Peter was the first Pope, how forthright this doctrine while Paul opposes peter during the first Christian dispensation?
      Gal 2:11  But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed.
      I would like to thank God for the sent messenger teaching us his word, a true blessing money cant buy!!!

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  14. Salamat sa Dios sa tapat na mangangaral.

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  15. Amen. Thanks be to GOD forever for this article.

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  16. We are not religious as a family but every Nov.1st,we go to the cemetery.North and Chinese Cemetery,and Holy Cross Cemetery.I pity those graves who do not have candle spills,flowers or visitors.I used to think how could they do that to their deceased loved ones.How could they forget.?..and those were the days when I was ignorant of the Bible

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  17. Thanks be to God!
    To God be all the glory!!!

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  18. Such a mind blowing fact filled blog! Salamat sa Dios!

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  19. This blog exposes Roman Catholic their lies and fables. It's probably very soon that they will retaliate. I am not afraid. Church of GOD are not afraid. Our GOD will not leave or forsake us. He'll provide us strength to endure.

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  20. All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day are doctrines which are not included in the teachings of the Lord. Sadly, it is quite unbelievable to note that many people are led to believe in such doctrines that are not found in the Bible. If we say that we are followers of Christ, we must learn and believe based on the teachings of the Lord, no more and no less.

    #FeastOfTheDeadUnbiblical

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  21. one of the many false doctrines of the Catholic Church.. may God open their minds so they can witness the truth.

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  22. thanks be to God! for the another Biblical blog of Mr. Controversy.

    #FeastOfTheDeadUnbiblical

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  23. All Saints' Day is not Biblical.. the same with other fables invented by the catholic church i.e. all souls day, rosary, novena, holy eucharist, virgin mary, ash wednesday, vow of celebacy, holy shroud, sign of the cross, limbo, purgatory, misa de gallo, confirmation, assumption of virgin mary to heaven, confession of sins to the priest, and many more are all fables/inventions and has no Biblical verses that will support this doctrines.

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  24. The catholic doctrines is doctrines of devils.1Timothy 4:1-2
    #FeastOfTheDeadUnbiblical

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  25. Thanks be to God for serving us food for our soul, LET'S DO THE FEAST OF THE LIVING! TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

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  26. All this invented lies doctrines from catholic church were abomination to GOD who created us, hoping and praying that all those blinded by the doctrines of all false prophets were enlightened by this very sensible blog of Bro. Eli☺
    To GOD be all the glory forever!

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  27. A very wonderful, an eye opener for everyone and I hope everybody will read this. Thanks Be To God and To Our Lord Jesus Christ for this blog that can help and guide us to be Biblical and not to deceived by false teachings. To God Be The Glory

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  28. If there is one thing a person should be meticulous about, it is religion. Observing practices and rituals without Biblical basis is like investing on an ice cream business in South Pole. It is better to be ripped off when it comes to business- one can earn money back; but not in salvation.

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  29. My Most Favorite comment of Bro. Eli is "BASA!" :-)

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  30. My most favorite saying of Bro. Eli is "BASA!" :-)

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  31. Now i dont believe this kind of celebration...

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  32. Thanks be to God.
    Thanks for this wonderful and eye opening blog of Mr. Controversy.
    To God be the Glory.

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  33. This is an eye opener for those who are made to believe in fables!

    Thanks be to God for this enlightening blog!

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  34. Be not carried about with divers and strange doctrines.
    Hebrews 13:9
    #FeastOfTheDeadUnbiblical

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  35. Maybe the Philippine Government loves the American Government that is why the Americans are visa free in going to the Philippines. The Filipinos are not visa free in going to USA, does it mean that the American Government also love the Philippine Government? Readers, please think and ponder honestly, fairly, and without discrimination because I do not know the answer yet.

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  36. Teachings not found in the Holy Bible are not of God. Let us adhere only to the truth and any teachings biblical.

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  37. I totally agree with this blog. I just hope Catholics and alike will turn away from their non biblical beliefs.

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  38. One of the most foolish beliefs of the Catholic lies in their faith towards the BABY JESUS or popularly known as the Santo NINO.
    DID YOU KNOW HOW THE SANTO NINO ORIGINATED? It started in the town of Atocha in Madrid Spain in the 13th century when many prisoners of war were not being fed by jailers and were only getting food from the children under the age of 12 ... prayed to the Blessed Virgin Mary to ask her son Jesus (the boy the the Virgin Mary was carrying) for help. Until one day a child dressed in pilgrims clothing began bringing food to the prisoners and was believed to be the boy (supposedly Jesus) . How so? Because when they went to thank the statue of the Virgin Mary carrying a baby Jesus, the shoes of the boy statue was dusty and tattered.....assuming that the one they saw bringing food to the prisoner was baby Jesus. This is how the Santo Nino started.

    Now, even the Philippines is devoted to the Santo Nino and referred to it as baby Jesus.

    If only the FIlipinos would open their minds from pursuing further a use of LOGIC and PHILOSOPHY in evaluating and scrutinizing the catholic church, it would be easy to question one's faith with a little use of intellect. What I meant by that is simple. Has Jesus stayed at the age of 12 or under to the day he was crucified in the cross? And so as a catholic, would you pray to BABY JESUS or the Sto Nino than you would pray to JESUS hanging on the cross? I have questioned this as a catholic before. Who do I pray to? To the image of Jesus on the cross or to the image of a Sto Nino? If I have an altar and I have the images of the Virgin Mary, Santo Nino, Crucifix, Perpetual Help carrying baby Jesus, Sacred Heart of Jesus, San Roque with his dog, the TRINITY (Images of the Father , the Son and the Holy Spirit) sitting on their thrones and the Lady of Antipolo...to whom shall I look and pray to? This alone is a big catholic deception and perversion of the teachings in the bible.

    This is why I'm proud to be an MCGI.. It has opened my eyes from many absurdities such as these. Thanks be to GOD to Bro.ELI for all his expositions and for blogs like this.

    Salamat po sa DIOS. TO GOD BE THE GLORY.

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  39. False prophet, false doctrine is ending very soon! Lets wake up citizens of the world and work out for the citizenship in heaven!

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  40. I agree that all of which that are not written in the bible are fables... such as these, which that the Roman Catholics is practicing even today. TBTG for this informative blog.

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  41. Nonsense talaga araw ng mga patay.

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    1. hahahaha...of course what matter most araw ng mga buhay..

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  42. Salamat sa Diyos sa tamang Doktrina."To God be the glory".

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  43. Thanks be to GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob!

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  44. A very detailed biblical information Bro. Eli. Thank you for this inspiring blog. TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

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  45. Salamat sa Dios natuto kame na maging Biblical.
    Kung Biblia ang batayan ng pananampalataya dapat ang nakasulat lang ang gagawin.

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  46. Very true and timely teachings from Mr. Controversy

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  47. If they only listen and learn to discern things.

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  48. The bible is really devine words of GOD. One can appreciate and witness its authenticity when someone can understand its messages. This blog points to the man who has understanding.

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  49. Ang dami na naaksaya na pera ng mga tao sa mga walang basehang mga bagay-- katoliko nga naman!

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  50. I thank GOD so much that technology has always been instrumental for Mr. Controversy to once again expose another fable created by the erring popes. This blog can reach out to people from all walks of life especially the catholics, who have been fooled many many years about their doctrine of All Souls Day and All Saints Day. While it is true that Catholics are blind of the true doctrine of Christ, I wish and pray that one day, they may stumble to this very informative blog and forever be free from the bondage of lies.

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  51. Thanks be to God for another great blog from our very own Mr.ConEx

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  52. Thanks be to God for an eye opener topic.
    More power and may God bless you always Mr. Controversy X.

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  53. Long celebrated traditions that turn to be myths and inventions, long time ago. Thanks for this enlightening article.

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  54. Most of us were once Catholics. I used to be a MARIAN DEVOTEE doing BLOCK ROSARIES, carrying the image of the Virgin Mary to houses and pray the rosary there on Fridays before taking it to another block. I remember carrying the 2 feet ceramic sculpture of the Virgin Mary and holding it with great care so I won't scratch it or break it. Yet catholics make a CAKE OUT OF MARY's IMAGE. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO SLICE A CAKE THAT HAS THE IMAGE OF THE ONE I WAS CARRYING WITH CARE. It just doesn't add up .

    No I'm not mocking the Catholic faith. I'm just curious how you could eat the image of the ones you pray to for your salvation.

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  55. it is an eye opener that we should not believe in fables and stay ignorant in the ultimate truth...

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  56. I was a catholic before, mostly doing what everybody is conformed to do without knowing the origin and the purpose of the practice. Thanks be to God that the Bible has enlightened me through our preachers Bro. Eli and Bro. Daniel to only do what is biblical and pleasing to the Lord.

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