When someone asks what star sign are you, how do you respond as a Christian?


Clarify Share Report Asked December 16 2013 Stringio Mark Davies

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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Shomer
Great question originally the astronomical signs of the zodiac (mazzaroth) were a representation of the twelve tribes of Israel, and their characteristics.
 Job 38:31-32......... Jeremiah 31:35-36

The tower of Babel (gateway to God) build by Nimrod (we will rebel) on the plain of Shinar was an astrological temple on seven levels.
This is where the zodiac was corrupted for their occult purposes, as the whole thing was a pagan rebellion against the true living God. 

Reuben = Capricorn
Simeon = Scorpion
Levi = Pisces
Judah = Leo
Zebulun = Aquarius
Issachar = Aries
Dan = Libra
Gad = Sagittarius
Asher = Taurus
Naphtali = Virgo
Joseph = Ephraim & Manasseh = Gemini
Benjamin = Cancer

What's your tribe and engage them with the TRUTH....

In the Lord's freedom......warrior on

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Stringio Vincent Mercado Supporter Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3
If is safe to say, "I am born under Libra" when someone asks you. It is as safe as saying, "I am born in the month of October."

Knowing your star sign doesn't mean you subscribe to astrology, nor you are a keen follower of your horoscope. If people offer to tell you your horoscope for the day, accept it. Accepting it doesn't mean believing in it. If it is a good horoscope, say "May God's will be done." If it is a bad horoscope, say a prayer "May God protect me from such."

Use every opportunity to evangelize.

December 17 2013 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

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