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  1. Jenny harvey says

    Thank you, Shari!
    We have always been the odd family out as we don’t even dress up or have any part in Halloween. It is refreshing to hear that we can still celebrate the goodness of God, even amidst the evil all around.
    In Christ,
    Jenny

  2. Teri Spray says

    Hello Dear Sister!
    I am so sorry that your children had Halloween meltdowns. We have always made 10/31 a day of solemn prayer for those who suffer from demonic oppression. Thanks for this lovely word. I pray that you are blessed in Florida.
    Blessings and prayers for your continued success. Thanks for all you do for the kingdom of God.

  3. CK says

    Thank you so much for these ideas, Shari. My daughter and I absolutely hate Halloween. Having known about people saved out of witchcraft, we know that we cannot have any part in it nor even those things that are used as alternatives. It grieves me to see any Christian unaware of how spiritually dark it is and participating in it when God is very clear in His Word about having no part in the unfruitful works of darkness. I appreciate you’re speaking out on this even though others may get offended, and for offering edifying and God glorifying activities to do instead. God bless you.

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