Leviticus, Tattoos, Life

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 I posted this on Fb but wanted to hear some feedback from you all.

So, I was reading an article about tattoos in a Presbyterian magazine [article in comments] and what struck me was how many people get tattoos to honor the dead people in their life.

The Leviticus verse for tattoos is this: 28 “‘Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the Lord.
But, if so inclined, read the entire chapter of Leviticus 19
https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Leviticus%2019
To make a long story short….
1. we cannot pick an choose which verses we obey or force others to obey before we love them
2. Please tell me all your tattoos and what they mean to you!!

Comments
Kristina Pasquan
Kristina Pasquan my tattoos are very personal to me. I have bible verses, pieces of bible verses. My sons name in a heart and bleeding heart of the trials we have endured. a ladybug and 3 sunflowers which came to represent the 4 children I killed. i have my 4 recent pets. the sacred road symbol, a beluga whale. all the flowers representing my family. psalm 46:10, ‘in Him I will trust’ in Hebrew. Love in the name of Christ heart and cross., the words saved by grace., rejoice always, Celtic heat and trinity symbol and a pansy. a cross that covers a scar with a hymn verse above it. a dove. a ladybug-my nickname. and i would love to get a bunch of flowers that are in the bible to wrap around my arm band.
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