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What do these symbols mean: the swastika, hexagram, and cross? The swastika was used by Nazi Germany, but did you know it continues to be used today in religious temples? The video on this page shows some temples in Japan and India that use the swastika. And the hexagram can be found on the Muslim Qu’ran and on the flag for the state of Israel. I’m not sure what all this means, but I do know that Jesus Christ shed his blood on another symbol we see often: the cross. He paid for our sins, if we would believe that he did so out of love for us, and if we believe that he rose from the dead. He is active in our lives and will save us if we confess him as Lord.

The swastika has been used by many cultures, and the symbol has meant different things. Could the hexagram also mean different things? The hexagram is not used only on the state of Israel’s flag. And if a hexagram means different things to different people, then the word “Jew” also means different things to different people. Those that say they are Jews and are not, but do lie, are the synagogue of Satan. Others think that those that say they are Jews, but are not, are God’s chosen people. And then there are the true Jews, which are those that love God inwardly, who do not show off outwardly to impress men and do not seek their praise, but work for the praise of God.

But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God.
[Romans 2 : 29]

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