Wednesday, December 16, 2015
12 Days of Star Wars at Calvary Church
Yes Yoda, Princess Leia and the Storm Troopers make an appearance as well as other characters and light sabers! Let's not forget Star Wars advances the "god of forces" [Satan] warned of in the Bible. There are deeper messages in the movies based in esoteric magic, new age and other false teachings. The Jedis [Jesuits] who also serve as "Watchers" for the fictional "universe" putting the "force" to work, are basically doing witchcraft as "black and white" witchcraft is advanced out in the world, you know the "dark side of the force" the movie warns about.
Is it that hard to figure out that Star Wars advances New Age ideals and others that are adverse to true Christianity? Well it goes along with the false pagan holiday of Christmas. By the way if you do a search for Star Wars and Christmas/and or church, this church isn't the only one among a multitude of denominations doing the popular Star Wars themes and mixing them with Christmas or other church services.
One church is even planning a Star Wars Nativity scene.
It's ironic but meaningful that the villain of the movie is going to play Santa Claus [Satan Claws]:
"“I already have my tickets for the Dec. 18 premiere of ‘The Force Awakens’ – I’m a huge Star Wars fan,” Lucas said. “In fact, as a child I would take the family Nativity and replace the figurines with Star Wars action figures – that’s the inspiration for our live Star Wars Nativity. At its core, Star Wars reflects spiritual faith. It’s the battle between good and evil, the light versus the dark, and that’s something we can all rally around.”
At the Christmas service, children will get the chance to sit on Darth Santa’s lap (aka Darth Vader), share their Christmas wish, and take a photo with Lord Vader and his Stormtrooper “elves.” Each service includes costumed characters, movie clips, and music designed to wow audiences, the release said."
Hmm he says the movie is about good and evil, so he picks the evil character for the children to visit with? That says a lot. Did you notice in the above he refers to Vader as "LORD VADER"? I don't think the character in the movie has that title even. WOW! Well Christmas and Star Wars goes together, the god of forces is "worshipped" via the sun worship, solstice of Christmas and the collective pagans in the pews [well many are simply uninformed and ignorant of these spiritual realities] cheer it all on.
Daniel 11:37 Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all.
38 But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things.
39 Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.