Superstition Systematic

Superstition is systematic, based in fallacy and gullibility. One day, I may set aside time to research perceived sources of ludicrous superstitions. Today, I focus on one I have pondered lately, the jinxed number thirteen. To my surprise, in my curiosity I found both examples of believed good and bad fortune through the number thirteen.

As the year 2012 rushes to a close, I anticipate a great new year ahead. 2013 holds adventure and surprises. I want to prove naysayers wrong and foolish. Time and calculation is in the hand of the creator. He who numbers the hairs on my head sustains me, and is able to bless me as richly in the thirteen year as he did the twelfth. “So you should say, ‘If the Lord wants, we will live and do this or that (James 4:15 ERV).” I defy superstition; I trust sovereign God.



  1. 1

    We have no need to “cross our fingers” or “knock on wood.” We need only “cling to the cross.”

    Wing His Words!


  2. 2

    Seems that superstitions flourish in our day. People fall for any and every thing. I have another word for superstitions: stuporstitions! Thanks for a taste of your possible posts to come on this topic.


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    Lou J. Cannon Says:

    AMEN!!! LORD Show us your GLORY!! LOVE YE!!!


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