How Should The Christian Respond To Superstitions Like Groundhog Day?


Something new to ponder. I truly never considered the Groundhog Day to be superstition. On Groundhog Day I usually sleep through the planned sunrise festivities of that day.  I just thought it was crazy nonsense, especially the people that stand in frigid temps to watch the show in Punxatawney, PA. Thinking it doesn't matter if he sees his shadow or not, God is the One in control not man or a groundhog; roll over and go back to sleep.



Superstitions abound regarding certain days, numbers, or objects. People fear that somehow Friday the 13th, black cats, broken mirrors, or ladders may have a hand in shaping the future. Most of these superstitions have murky, ancient origins and have been passed down from generation to generation.
How Do Christians Respond to Superstitions like Groundhog Day?

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