The Hindu Pagan god Ganesha

The Hindu pagan god of wisdom and prosperity is “lord” Ganesha, the elephant god, who is supposedly able to remove obstacles.hindi pagan god This form of idolatry and spiritual darkness is the glaring result of the absence of God’s truth, as revealed in the Bible. As sad and as ugly as his picture is, it is even worse that millions of precious souls from India and Japan are involved in such weird idolatry. Food (like peas and rice) is offered to Ganesha along with flowers. The belief is Ganesha takes your karma upon himself if you are worshiping him!

Smashing of the Coconut Sacrifice

This form of pagan idolatry also believes that smashing coconuts has the ability to absorb one’s karma. It is the only way to have a transformation and the most powerful way to celebrate Ganesha’s Birthday. Gum is the mantra to call on Ganesha and he is said to respond and come to you to bless and foresee obstacles! Very sad beliefs.

Paul Addressed Similar Situations as Ganesha

Little known to Hindus are the demons behind their sacrifices to Ganesha. We know that from what Paul wrote about similar things going on in his day:

Do I mean then that a sacrifice offered to an idol is anything, or that an idol is anything? No, but the sacrifices of pagans are offered to demons, not to God, and I do not want you to be participants with demons. You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons too; you cannot have a part in both the Lord’s table and the table of demons. (1 Cor 10:19-21)

Imagine thinking you are sacrificing to a god, but in reality it is a demon! That is what is going on in Hinduism and other pagan religions. They need SALVATION TRUTH more than their next meal. The real transformation and new creation is only found in Christ and that is when one is Biblically born again.

NOTE: If your name is written in heaven, rejoice (Lk. 10:20)! Many are religious, but have gone down the wrong path and remain in darkness and death. That includes the worshipers of Ganesha, who desperately need the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation and forgiveness.

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