Valentine's Day Is Not In Bible

Valentine’s Day Is Not Biblical

Valentine’s Day is not biblical. Yes, most people never question what they do or why they do it; they just simply continue in their hand-me-down traditions. One very popular man-madeĀ  tradition is the so-called “Valentine’s Day,” a day many people view as the day to honor your wife or your lover. Today, we are going to take a closer look at the origin and history of this pagan, unholy day and prove to you that Valentine’s Day is not biblical. It is time for you to learn the real truth about this occult holiday. The Almighty Father in heaven Yahweh expressly forbids the observance of pagan festivals which substitute for or are mixed with His holy days! We are never to adapt customs the heathen used in serving their gods to worshiping the true Elohim of the Bible! As always, we ask for the wisdom of the Holy Spirit of Yahweh in discussing this matter to you on exposing the real truth about Valentine’s Day. May you have the eyes to see and the ears to hear for this true and faithful heavenly message.

Throughout the Bible, Yahweh describes the heathen as those who worship anything but the one true Elohim. He calls such people and their practices “pagan.” True Christians understand that Yahweh detests any customs, practices, and traditions rooted in paganism. Notice and read what Yahweh commands His people concerning pagan customs and traditions: “Learn not the way of the heathen…For the customs of the people are vain” (Jeremiah 10:2-3). Also notice the Savior of mankind Yahshua’s own words related to the practice of pagan customs and doctrines: “In vain they do worship Me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” (Matthew 15:9). Like Christmas, Easter, Halloween, and other holidays of this world, St. Valentine’s Day is another attempt to “whitewash” perverted customs and observances of pagan gods and idols by “Christianizing” them. Notice! On February 15, Romans celebrated Lupercalia to honor the hunter god Lupercus. On that day men would go to a grotto dedicated to Lupercal, the “wolf god,” located at the foot of Palatine Hill, where Romans believed the founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus, were suckled by a she-wolf. The men would sacrifice a goat, don its skin, and run around lashing women with small whips, an act which was supposed to ensure fertility. Further, the Romans also celebrated February 14 to honor Juno Fructifier, queen of the Roman gods and goddesses, as well as goddess of marriage. In a ritual, women would submit their names to a common box and men would each draw one out (thus the saying today, “Be my Valentine”). These two would be a couple for the duration of the festival. These rituals were designed to promote both sexual immorality and fertility. But wait! There’s still more that you need to know about St. Valentine’s Day that you may not heard or been told before.

In A.D. 494, Pope Gelasius “whitewashed” the day, renaming the festival of Juno Februata as the “Feast of the Purification of the Virgin Mary.” The date of its observance was later changed from February 14 to February 2, then changed back to the 14th again. It is also known as Candlemas, the Presentation of the Lord, the Purification of the Blessed Virgin, and the Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. You may not have noticed it, but consider the camouflaged occult gods of Valentine’s Day: Cupid, the son of Venus, is really Tammuz, son of Semiramis; Jupiter, the head deity and sun god, is Nimrod, Semiramis’ husband; and Venus, the daughter of Jupiter, is really Semiramis herself—the “queen of heaven.” Also, the month February comes from the Roman goddess Februa and St. Febronia (from Febris, the fever of love). She is the patroness of the passion of love. Her orgiastic rites are celebrated on February 14—still observed today as Valentine’s Day! Indeed, Valentine’s Day is a pagan feast that encourages physical lust. It is a day of “orgiastic rites” in which pagans encouraged the flow of lustful passion. Valentine’s Day is observed precisely thirteen days after Imbolg, thus it carries the number “thirteen”—Satan’s number of extreme rebellion. Valentine’s Day celebration is truly steeped in paganism. Therefore, by the authority of Yahweh, we preach and proclaim to you now and for ever that Valentine’s Day is not biblical in any way, shape, or form! The Bible is very clear about that and we do not apologize for saying so.

In closing, notice the strong words of the Bible against the practice of pagan rituals and customs! “Take heed to yourself that you are not ensnared to follow them (the pagans), after they are destroyed from before you, and that you do not inquire after their gods, saying, “How did these nations serve their gods? I also will do likewise. You shall not worship Yahweh your Elohim in that way…Whatever I command you, be careful to observe it; you shall not add to it nor take away from it” (Deuteronomy 12:30-32). As innocent and harmless as Valentine’s Day may appear, its customs and traditions originate from two of the most sexually perverted pagan festivals of ancient history: the feast days of Juno Februata and Lupercalia! And yes, Lucifer, Satan the devil has deceived the whole world (Revelation 12:9) in multiple ways—especially when it comes to intimate relationships. Practicing and celebrating Valentine’s Day is just one of his “innocent looking” tools of deception! The Bible warns us to “Come out of her (the world’s system of things), my people, that you be not partakers of her sins, and that you receive not of her plagues” (Revelation 18:4). Yes, a true Christian knows that he must actively come out of this world, out of its pagan-infested customs, practices, and traditions! If one is caught up in this world’s cycle of holidays, he or she needs to study, pray, and diligently follow Yahweh’s direction as given in His inspired Word, the Bible. We hope that you’re all enlightened by this true and faithful message. May Yahweh sanctify you with His truth. We humbly ask and pray these to Yahweh through Savior Yahshua our Master and King, Amen. Shalom, Halleluyah!