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(127) Скарлет РозRainy day letter writing in Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Photo shared by @josh_fond Нравится

These sisters were out in field service in Copenhagen, Denmark when a snowstorm caught them. Looks like not even a snowstorm can dampen the spirit of our happy sisters. Photo shared by Read more at the beautiful faces of my sisters ♥

Memorial invitation campaign in Seremban, Malaysia. Visit to see meeting places near you open to the public.This photo shared by @dewwberry_eu

Inspired by Artist Loui Jover. But with a positive spiritual perspective. "Good News". By Karen Fisher @rexnkaren visit for bible truths ------------ Copyright © All photos and images are Property of Karen K. Fisher. Karen K. Fisher retains all rights. This image may not be copied or printed in way with out the expressed written permission. Sharing on social media with proper credit back to me is acceptable. Thank you for respecting the work that went into creating this image.

Using a cross in your worship is idolatry and a pagan form of worship. Jesus died on a stake (one pole, straight up and down). The original Greek word is "stauros", rendered "torture stake". Why wouldn't the "churches" know better? Satan is quite crafty. He's been recycling Pagan ideas and repackaging them into Christendom for centuries. It takes just a little research to learn the truth...and it is totally worth the effort!

There’s no story in the Bible about a long-eared, cotton-tailed creature known as the Easter Bunny... And real rabbits certainly don’t lay eggs. According to University of Florida’s Center for Children’s Literature and Culture, the origin of the celebration, and the Easter bunny, can be traced back to 13th C. pre-Christian Germany, people worshiped gods/goddesses.' Pagan Holiday not Christian

If God's name isn't important enough to use, try leaving YOUR name off a cheque. Try and cash it. Scrape off the name of all the famous artists such as Van Gogh etc. and see how much the art is worth without the name.