VALENTINES DAY

Posted by Luchen Bailey in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Once again we celebrate a special occasion in the lives of the young and the young at heart.

VALENTINES DAY

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I always enjoy those words that came from the pen of the professional.

John Kissinger [02/12/2016 6:28 AM]

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Troy Day [02/15/2016 5:08 AM]

Valentine, he was a Roman priest martyred during the reign of Claudius II, known as Claudius Gothicus. He was arrested…

Публикувахте от Stan Wayne в Неделя, 14 февруари 2016 г.

10 Comments

  • David Lewayne Porter
    Reply February 14, 2017

    David Lewayne Porter

    My baby is my Valentine everyday to the year.

  • Troy Day
    Reply February 14, 2017

    Troy Day

    Reading this story today about St. Valentine marring Roman soldiers under Claudius II #fakenews?

  • Isara Mo
    Reply February 14, 2020

    Isara Mo

    Admin do you celebrate Valentine Day..
    I dont

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 15, 2020

      Troy Day

      how do you mean? – did you read the post? ?

  • Leonard J. Ransil
    Reply February 14, 2020

    Leonard J. Ransil

    Jesus is God’s Valentine to the World -❣️✝️💘💔💝 John 3:16-18. Thank you Father-God!

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 15, 2020

      Troy Day

      far stretch – dont say it in the BIBLE but I see your point with Jn 3 16 Not what is really meant but may work

  • Haley Knox
    Reply February 14, 2020

    Haley Knox

    Look up the origin of valentines
    It’s a false holiday and not biblical

    • Leonard J. Ransil
      Reply February 14, 2020

      Leonard J. Ransil

      Were early Christians “wrong” and “sinful” when it turned pagan holidays into “holy days” so believers could redeem the times and impact culture? A Christian by that name was martyred on 2/14 and so remembered and celebrated thereafter for his courageous example of commitment to Jesus. Was Luther wrong in putting Christian words to barroom songs? Just askin’.

    • Haley Knox
      Reply February 14, 2020

      Haley Knox

      Leonard J. Ransil Yes they were

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 15, 2020

      Troy Day

      Haley Knox early Christians also had AGAPE feasts of LOVE – how is this a far stretch from love today?

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