Halloween: Trick or Treat?

I’m sure we are all aware of the recent preparations all over the country for one of the three most popular holidays in the United States: Halloween. Yup, that means little kids dressing up from ballerinas in tutu’s to Dracula with a large black-and-red cape. Then they drag their parents down their neighborhood, stopping at almost every house and begging for candy with the well known phrase: “Trick or Treat?”

What most people don’t realize, however, is the fact that Halloween is a “Trick or Treat” itself. To the average person, Halloween is a treat: a time to dress up in awesome costumes and get so much candy that it will drive your dentist to insanity. But look beyond the treat to the trick: Halloween is a sacred time for the occult and other satanic groups; a time where devil worship and other demonic activities are practiced unceasingly. There’s more to Halloween than just candy and obnoxious costumes. There is a whole other side to this two-faced tragedy.

Halloween: Trick or Treat? is a documentary on what really happens during Halloween — informing the audience of its history and how it affects the world today. It features Pastor Chuck Smith, a well known pastor and founder of Calvary Chapel, as well as other qualified individuals. Please be warned that the occult scenes in this video are real, and parents are strongly encouraged to watched this documentary with their children. However, I am in full favor of showing this video to your church group, family, friends, and anyone else who you think will appreciate this message. For more information, please click on the picture.

This video will change your perspective on Halloween forever. You think kids have fun during this so-called holiday? Think again. For some unfortunate children, it may be the last holiday they will ever see.


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