Feeling bad about your tattoos?
Isaiah 44:5 describes the children of Jacob committing themselves to God: “One shall say, ‘I am the LORD’s’… Another shall mark his arm ‘of the LORD. ‘” Here a tattoo appears to be allowable as a sign of submission, not to a human master but to God.
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As a fiction writer, I can understand the emotional response to the idea of marking one’s body permanently. While tattoos can be a way of expressing personal commitment, they can also lead to regret in the future. It’s important to remember that our bodies are temples of the Lord and should be treated with respect. Ultimately, the decision to get a tattoo should be made with deep contemplation and a sense of peace with what is being marked on our bodies.