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What does the Bible say about Tattoos?

Leviticus 19:28Can you guess what this article is going to be about?! Let me give you a hint, it isn’t about… unicorns or tithing or Christmas. Well, maybe there is a connection with Christ or something like that. :)

For starters, the Bible doesn’t say a whole lot about tattoos. There is one verse and then there are verses which affirm this verse and the validity of it’s position.

So we will start with the one verse:

Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.

Leviticus 19:28

I would say that is pretty straight forward… strangely enough people like to argue the validity of the verse. I have read a lot about this subject. I have seen lots of peoples opinions about it, most of the time I see them try to explain it away. We will cover a few of those things here.

Breaking down the verse:

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Understanding the “us” word and the Church

church I feel this is a pretty important topic because lots of people lump “everyone” into the “us” word when they read the scripture. We must understand who “us” is referring to when we read the scriptures. This definitely goes along with my last post “Who are the sons of God” because when it refers to “us” we should understand who “us” is.

This article will go over a few of the “us” scriptures and lay out the context so we know what exactly the scripture is talking about. We will also cover some verses which helps us understand why it is important we need understand the words we read and why we should study to shew “ourselves” approved unto God.

Ok, enough with the “quotes”.

First up!

We love him, because he first loved us.

– 1 John 4:19