Reality and history of valentin’s day or lover’s day

Reality and history of valentin’s day or lover’s day

The valentine day also known as feast of saint Valentine It is celebrating all over the word in many countries. This story was started in third century with an oppressive Roman emperor and a Christine martyr name saint Valentine. The emperor was Claudius 2. The most popular thing about Saint Valentine is that he was famous to perform Wadding of roman soldiers who was forbidden to married with the order of emperor.

Claudius gives an order to all Romans to worship twelve Gods he punished those people by death who was not obey his order.  But Valentinus was devoted to the standards of Christ; not even the danger of passing could keep him from polishing his convictions.  He was captured and imprisoned.

Throughout the most recent weeks of Valentinus’ life a wonderful thing happened.  Seeing that he was a man of taking in, the prison guard asked if his girl, Julia, could be carried to Valentinus for lessons.  She had been visually impaired since conception.  Julia was a really young person with a snappy personality.  Valentinus read stories of Rome’s history to her.  He portrayed the universe of nature to her.  He taught her number-crunching and let her know about God.  She saw the planet through his eyes within his believes and trust on his God.

The talking between Valantine and his daughter is described below.

“Valentinus, does God truly hear our requests to God?” Julia asked one day.

“Yes, my kid, He hears everyone.”

“Do you know what I appeal to God for each morning and consistently?  I beg that I may see.  I need such a great amount of to see all that you’ve let me know about!”

“God does what is best for us when we will just put stock in Him,” Valentinus said.

“Oh, Valentinus, I do believe! I do!”  She stooped and got a handle on his hand.

They sat quietly together, each one asking.  Suddenly there was a splendid light in the jail unit.  Radiant, Julia shouted, “Valentinus, I can see!  I can see!”

“Acclaim be to God!”  Valentinus shouted, and he stooped in supplication to God.

On the eve of his passing Valentinus composed a last note to Julia, urging her to stay near God.  He marked it, “From your Valentine.”  His sentence was done the following day, February 14, 270 A.d., close to an entryway that was later named Porta Valentini in his memory.  He was covered at what is presently the Church of Peroxides in Rome.  It is said that Julia planted a pink-bloomed almond tree close to his grave.  Today, the almond tree remains an image of tolerating adoration and fellowship.  On every February 14, Saint Valentine’s Day, messages of fondness, affection, and commitment are traded around the globe.”

Tags assigned to this article:

Related Articles

Indian Premier League (IPL) History

There are a lot of events are occurred in India in which Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the

12th Rabi-ul-awal in Muslims point of view

Hazrat Muhammad (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) Rabi-Ul-Awal is the third month of the Islamic calendar and one of the most


THE OLYMPIC GAMES The Olympic games is a  leading international sporting event featuring the large number of winter and summer sports

1 comment

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment



Share Our Best and Precise Articles on Social Portals!