Can you go to heaven with tattoos?

The Bible clearly says, “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him” (John 14:2). So tattoos are a sign and you cannot be drawn to an infinite life. It’s a promise.

This is why we use tattoos to express our faith and our love for the Lord Jesus. It is also why we love to celebrate tattoo festivals.

Some tattoos are even used as a way of worship.

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BARCELONA, Spain – In March, the Spanish capital held a national referendum on Catalonia’s independence, which was defeated by 53 percent to 45 percent. This week, a Madrid court ordered the Spanish government to give immediate and free elections to a special regional assembly in Catalonia – after it declared it the only viable political voice within the country’s regional government.

According to European Union law, member states are obliged to give their parliament equal or greater powers. It wasn’t clear whether Madrid’s move was illegal, but Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had insisted “I will be back.” By law, the government must hold a new election no later than December.

Rajoy’s ruling Popular Party (PP) party was in power from 2003 to last year, when the Constitutional Court ruled that the majority of voters hadn’t really been given a real choice. Catalonia had been the only territory of Spain that didn’t have the voting power to approve constitutional amendments. It was supposed to be an independent country until Madrid unilaterally announced it would declare independence in 2014 on the same day that Russia gave Crimea to Ukraine.

Madrid and Madrid’s other pro-union allies have been accused of delaying the polls in pursuit of a quick solution. Now Catalonia is finally coming