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2 11: Day Of The Dead

Canadians began to commemorate their veterans and war dead as early as 1890, when Decoration Day began to be observed on 2 June, the anniversary of the 1866 Battle of Ridgeway against the Fenians.[28][29] A further observance was held on 27 February, from 1900 to 1918, to mark the Canadian victory over the Boers at the Battle of Paardeberg.[28][30]

2 11: Day of the Dead

Similar ceremonies take place in provincial capitals across the country, officiated by the relevant lieutenant governor, as well as in other cities, towns, and even hotels or corporate headquarters. Schools will usually hold special assemblies for the first half of the day, or on the school day prior, with various presentations concerning the remembrance of the war dead. The ceremony participants include veterans, current members of the Canadian forces, and sea, army, and air cadet units.[38]

The tram cars glided into stillness, motors ceased to cough and fume, and stopped dead, and the mighty-limbed dray horses hunched back upon their loads and stopped also, seeming to do it of their own volition.

In addition to the Commonwealth, several other countries also use the anniversary of when the Armistice of Compiègne went into effect, 11 November, as a date to commemorate their war dead. Some countries observe other significant anniversaries from World War I to commemorate their war dead (like the date the Armistice of Villa Giusti went into effect, 4 November).

However, some commemorations for war dead do occur on Polish Independence Day, as the independence of Poland was caused by the end of the First World War. Major events include laying flowers on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by members of the government and highest authorities, other public ceremonies and church services and school commemorations.[90][91]

The "Turn to Busan" remembrance ceremony has occurred at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery on 11 November annually since 2007. The ceremony commemorates veterans and war dead from 22 countries that fought under the United Nations Command during the Korean War. The ceremony was conceived by Vincent Courtenay, a Canadian veteran of the conflict.[92][93]

Day of the Dead traditions originated thousands of years ago from Indigenous cultures in Mexico. The Aztec and Mexica people believed the souls of the dead could visit the living, and each year they invited their loved ones to return home. The tradition is so meaningful that 16th-century Spanish settlers adopted the custom and turned it into a holiday.

10 Be it known unto you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucified, whom God raised from the dead, even by him doth this man stand here before you whole.

Yet there are also simple customary Day of the Dead activities in Mexico City for everyone to enjoy, found just about anywhere in the city. For example, the traditions of getting a catrina face paint or eating pan de muerto (bread of the dead) are both must-dos during Day of the Dead in CDMX.

The No. 23 Tigers wrap up their weekend at the NFCA Division I Leadoff Classic Sunday when they face Prairie View A&M. First pitch is currently slated for 11:30 a.m., CT. Missouri's game with Louisville will tentatively resume Sunday following Missouri's game against Prairie View. Exact game time is TBD based on team travel schedules. The latest start time for resumption of the Louisville game is 1:50 p.m., CT. Drop dead time is 3 p.m., CT. Louisville has a 2-0 lead with Julia Crenshaw leading off in the top of the fourth inning.

Acts 15:5 But some of the sect of the Pharisees who had believed stood up, saying, "It is necessary to circumcise them and to direct them to observe the Law of Moses." (Read Peter's strong refutation of this deadly, heretical teaching - Acts 15:7-11)

The corrupt passions of the flesh have been put to death (circumcised, taken off, cast away) and now they are as though they were dead and have no power over us. Note that the evil nature is not totally eradicated, and we still commit sins, and will do so until we are glorified. The difference is that now that we are circumcised in Christ, we may still sin but we have a choice to not sin and we have the power to resist the impulse to commit sins.

Amplified: [Thus you were circumcised when] you were buried with Him in [your] baptism, in which you were also raised with Him [to a new life] through [your] faith in the working of God [as displayed] when He raised Him up from the dead. (Amplified Bible - Lockman)

NLT: For you were buried with Christ when you were baptized. And with him you were raised to a new life because you trusted the mighty power of God, who raised Christ from the dead. (NLT - Tyndale House)

Wuest: having been entombed with Him in the placing into [Christ by the Holy Spirit], in which act of placing into [Christ] you were also raised with Him through your faith in the effectual working energy of the God who raised Him out from among the dead. (Eerdmans Publishing - used by permission)

we have been buried with Him through baptism into death, so that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. For if we have become united with (planted) Him in the likeness of His death, certainly we shall also be in the likeness of His resurrection. (Ro 6:4, 5, 6-see notes Ro 6:4; 6:5).

Baptism into Christ occurs when we place our faith in Him and the Spirit accomplishes regeneration or rebirth and He takes us "out of Adam" and places us "into Christ." Baptism into water as an act to procure or assure salvation is a dead work emanating from the fallen flesh which can produce no good work (cf Ro 7:18-note).

8 Now if (since) we have died with Christ, we believe that we shall also live with Him, 9 knowing that Christ, having been raised from the dead, is never to die again; death no longer is master over Him.10 For the death that He died, He died to Sin, once for all; but the life that He lives, He lives to God.11 Even so consider (logizomai in the present imperative = see our need to depend on the Holy Spirit to obey = make this your habitual practice to ponder the great truths of Romans 6:1, 2, 3-note, Ro 6;4, 5-note, Ro 6:6, 7-note, Ro 6:8, 9-note - digest them, internalize them, walk in the power they provide as the Spirit renews your mind [Ep 4:23-note, 2Co 3:18, 4:16, Col 3:10-note, Col 3:16-note] and strengthens your inner man to pragmatically and truly experience a walk in victory over Sin and the strong desires [epithumia word study] that it shouts out to your mind and heart) yourselves to be dead to Sin, but alive to God in Christ Jesus. (Ro 6:8, 9-note, Ro 6:10-note, Ro 6:11-note)

Therefore, my brethren, you also were made to die to the Law through the body of Christ, so that (purpose clause - always stop and ask what is being explained - interrogate with the 5W'S & H) you might be joined to another, to Him who was raised from the dead, in order that (another explanation - and what an incredible one to those who were formerly hostile toward God!) we might bear fruit for God. (Ro 7:4-note)

The working of God - As discussed more below, this working describes the operative power or effectual working which in context is clearly the same divine, supernatural power which brought Christ back from the dead (cp Ep 1:19-note, Ep 1:20-note) and which now energizes each believer, making it possible to fulfill the commands (for example the commands beginning in Col 3:5 -see note)

was established (openly designated, marked out, declared) with (literally "in") power (in a striking, triumphant and miraculous manner) as the Son of God by the resurrection from the dead according to the Spirit of holiness. (Ro 1:4-note)

He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world in righteousness through a Man Whom He has appointed, having furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead. (Acts 17:31) (Note: The Scriptures generally attribute the resurrection of Jesus to the activity of the Father - Acts 2:24; 3:15; 4:10; 5:30,31; 10:40,41)

Dead (3498) (nekros from nékus = a corpse; English - necropsy, necrophobia, etc) describes literally one who has breathed their last and figuratively (the more common NT use) speaks of the spiritual condition of unsaved men, spiritually dead to God because of sin (Ep 2:1-note).

Amplified: And you who were dead in trespasses and in the uncircumcision of your flesh (your sensuality, your sinful carnal nature), [God] brought to life together with [Christ], having [freely] forgiven us all our transgressions, (Amplified Bible - Lockman)

When you were dead - When? When you were without Christ, walking around, living your life as if God did not exist, ignoring God's plan of redemption and desire to make spiritually dead men alive in Christ by grace through faith. When? When you were constantly in grave danger of eternal separation from the glory of God (2Th 1:6, 7, 8, 9, 10) should God ordain that your next breathe be your last breath (Ge 2:7, Job 12:10, Ps 104:29-note, Ps 146:4-note, Is 42:5, Acts 17:25)!

The Bible which is the source of spiritual truth makes no sense to a "spiritual corpse", a so called natural man (referring to one's physical birth in the line of Adam and contrasted with the spiritual man who is thus because he is in Christ by the new birth) cannot understand spiritual truth (1Cor 2:11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16). The spiritually dead person who is still in Adam (cp 1Co 15:22 for the two "addresses" of every person ever born) is dominated by the world, the flesh, and the devil and most tragic of all 041b061a72

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