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Did anyone notice that Bts comeback is on April 18, and the passover (christian feast celebration) is on the 19 of and ends on the 27 of April. A lot of christians might be preparing for passover cleaning the house from yeast and leaven (which represents sin) and now they might be distracted because btsh!t is having a comeback right on the day before passover. Bigsh!t is so evil, like when will they learn their is a line that you do not pass?! God bless you all!!
 





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Guys isn't it weird that the song's name is "Boy with luv"? I mean most of their fans are females and they are going to sing those lines repeatedly(as for me for some reason they're stuck in my head) what if this passes in their subconscious and make them feel like they are "boys".
Wouldnt this help with the lgbt agenda? Just a thought.
 





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Did anyone notice that Bts comeback is on April 18, and the passover (christian feast celebration) is on the 19 of and ends on the 27 of April. A lot of christians might be preparing for passover cleaning the house from yeast and leaven (which represents sin) and now they might be distracted because btsh!t is having a comeback right on the day before passover. Bigsh!t is so evil, like when will they learn their is a line that you do not pass?! God bless you all!!
Comeback is actually tomorrow, on 12th
Guys isn't it weird that the song's name is "Boy with luv"? I mean most of their fans are females and they are going to sing those lines repeatedly(as for me for some reason they're stuck in my head) what if this passes in their subconscious and feel like they are "boys".
Wouldnt this help with the lgbt agenda? Just a thought.
I agree, they already have a woman singing this part halsi, she's not even a boy
 





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Did anyone notice that Bts comeback is on April 18, and the passover (christian feast celebration) is on the 19 of and ends on the 27 of April. A lot of christians might be preparing for passover cleaning the house from yeast and leaven (which represents sin) and now they might be distracted because btsh!t is having a comeback right on the day before passover. Bigsh!t is so evil, like when will they learn their is a line that you do not pass?! God bless you all!!
That’s not a biblical holiday.
 





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Now the army is going to erase your fingers, voting for bts where possible. Where ultimate goal is to make sure that bts is recognized in Russia and that they come here and to other CIS countries.
P.S. it's a clinic, folks
 





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That’s not a biblical holiday.
umm are you stupid, thats literally a Biblical feast. Here are a few reason we celebrate it,
1. God delivered the Jewish people from 400 years of slavery
2. God showed His power through the miracles surrounding Passover
3. God reaffirmed His covenant with Abraham and further set apart the Jewish people as His Chosen People
4. God called the Jewish people out to give them a Land of their own
5. God established a watershed for the Jewish people and an inheritance of faith to pass on
6. God revealed a prophetic glimpse of the promised Messiah’s sacrificial death

By God’s sovereign design, the Feasts of Israel established in Leviticus 23 contain a prophetic shadow of God’s redemptive plan for mankind. Within Passover is the picture of the Messiah’s death to deliver us from the bondage of sin.

The final plague in Egypt was the death of the firstborn of all households. God revealed to Israel the one way they would be spared: They were to sacrifice an unblemished lamb and brush its blood on the lintel and doorposts of their homes. Only then would the Angel of Death pass over their homes and spare their firstborn.

1 Corinthians 5:7 tells us that “Messiah, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed.” Yeshua’s (Jesus’) shed blood covers our sin, and His sacrificial death on our behalf – when received in faith – delivers us from the bondage of sin.

As Jewish families come together at Passover, they remember and teach the next generation about the event that delivered them as God’s people. As Messianic Jews celebrate Passover, they also celebrate the eternal deliverance provided by Messiah Yeshua. Messianic jews are jews that believe that Jesus Christ is the Messiah, because not all Jews believe that, but the Jews that did believe is the Messiah are called messianic Jews. But all Christians celebrate it because
Galatians 3:28-29 King James Version (KJV)

28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

29 And if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise.
So I hope you understand it is a Biblical feast!!
 





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umm are you stupid, thats literally a Biblical feast. Here are a few reason we celebrate it,
1. God delivered the Jewish people from 400 years of slavery
2. God showed His power through the miracles surrounding Passover
3. God reaffirmed His covenant with Abraham and further set apart the Jewish people as His Chosen People
4. God called the Jewish people out to give them a Land of their own
5. God established a watershed for the Jewish people and an inheritance of faith to pass on
6. God revealed a prophetic glimpse of the promised Messiah’s sacrificial death

By God’s sovereign design, the Feasts of Israel established in Leviticus 23 contain a prophetic shadow of God’s redemptive plan for mankind. Within Passover is the picture of the Messiah’s death to deliver us from the bondage of sin.

The final plague in Egypt was the death of the firstborn of all households. God revealed to Israel the one way they would be spared: They were to sacrifice an unblemished lamb and brush its blood on the lintel and doorposts of their homes. Only then would the Angel of Death pass over their homes and spare their firstborn.

1 Corinthians 5:7 tells us that “Messiah, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed.” Yeshua’s (Jesus’) shed blood covers our sin, and His sacrificial death on our behalf – when received in faith – delivers us from the bondage of sin.

As Jewish families come together at Passover, they remember and teach the next generation about the event that delivered them as God’s people. As Messianic Jews celebrate Passover, they also celebrate the eternal deliverance provided by Messiah Yeshua. Messianic jews are jews that believe that Jesus Christ is the Messiah, because not all Jews believe that, but the Jews that did believe is the Messiah are called messianic Jews. But all Christians celebrate it because
Galatians 3:28-29 King James Version (KJV)

28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

29 And if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise.
So I hope you understand it is a Biblical feast!!
Soo... you just proved my point. As someone already mentioned, that’s not what Christians celebrate. The Passover is a Jewish holiday to celebrate their freedom from slavery. Jesus himself celebrated it. Someone who’s not a Jew has no reason to do so. Now the Roman Catholic Church has made a holiday which is the Easter. In my language both holidays have the same name I’m not sure if it’s the case in English. Anyways they basically chose a Sunday a year to remember Jesus’ death and resurrection. Or so they say. They even changed God’s rest day that was supposed to be on a Saturday to Sunday with the excuse of remembering the fact that Jesus has resurrected on a Sunday. That’s not why they did it though. Sunday is the day pagan people worshipped the Sun. So the Catholic Church did all they could to bring people as far away from God as possible. So no, the Easter is not a biblical holiday. nor is Christmas. Not even Sunday, the day most Christians go to church.

Honestly I’ve considered not even responding. Calling me names is unnecessary, rude and quite childish.