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September 8th, 2010, 05:11 PM
In Scripture, we learn that our battle isn't against flesh and blood, but instead with principalities etc. I believe with my whole being that if God lifted the worldly veil for just ONE minute and we could see into the spiritual realm we would be terrified. Actually seeing the demons at work would be terrifying. These things are real. I thank God that He continues to protect His children. I rebuke satan in the glorious Name of Jesus Christ!
September 8th, 2010, 05:12 PM
We began to have problems in our home back in 1969, when I was 18. We had a female ghost that was not so nicey nicey. VERY TRAUMATIC 6 years!!!!! We would have gladly moved but we didn't have the money so we put up with it and prayed, prayed, prayed.
Why anyone would want to invite this sort of thing is beyond me. My sister still has problems sleeping in the dark. When hubby is on a business trip, I hate to admit that I also have to sleep with the light on. A person NEVER FORGETS such an experience.
I hate the fact that, on the ghost program, they use the light thing to try to communicate with the ghosts. At the same time, they say that one should never use a Ouija board. Okay, tell me what the difference is, here! :hehee Its crazy, risky and encourages others to involve themselves with the paranormal. Not good.
Kristine, I am legitimately curious. Do you believe that you had a "ghost" or spirit of a dead human female haunting you? and secondly, do you believe that after a person dies that they are answerable to God? and if the answer to question #2 is yes, then question #3 is, Do you think that God just "missed" the female ghost's death or did God send her soul to Earth to cause evil and fear? ( or maybe this female ghost decided on her own to overpower God and stay here in your old home--against the spiritual laws of the Bible?)
September 8th, 2010, 05:26 PM
This is becoming huge....Harry Potter books, all the Twilight movies. Scary indeed for our young (and many older). Satan knows his time is almost up and he's working in overtime mode right now. Pray for those who are not saved and that the Lord calls us home soon. I for one am so ready.
Yep I agree. :sad Harry Potter is nothing but witch craft and the writter is a witch, herself. :heh
September 8th, 2010, 08:10 PM
In Australia there are two mainstream women's magazines that encourage readers to send in a photo and a few brief details about a deceased loved-one, to a psychic employed by the magazine who then "contacts" this person in the spirit realm and has a conversation with him/her. This conversation is then published in the magazine.
Without exception the reader who sent in the photo always marvels at the accuracy of the details obtained by the psychic. I have no doubt that these psychics are contacting evil spirits who pretend to be the departed loved-one....and that's why the details are so accurate, the evil spirits could obtain them easily. It's tragic that both the psychics and the grieving inquirers are being so horribly deceived.
These magazines are extremely popular and both employ several psychics to answer readers' letters asking for advice about their future. The real-life Allison Dubois (the main character in the TV show Medium) has even been recently employed by one of them. It all looks very impressive to anyone who hasn't a clue about the truth about the spirit realm. They are just lapping it up.
It's so sad to see the scale of this deception in this day and age, but even sadder that so many love the deception far more than the truth that could save them. Which is exactly what the Bible predicted would happen. :sad
September 8th, 2010, 08:58 PM
Harry Potter is nothing like Narnia. Harry Potter is just another way to deceive young people which can cause them to explore the dark underworld.
You say Twilight is trash. If you say the books were disgusting, why not stop at the first book instead of reading ALL of them?
Harry Potter and Narnia are quite different. I'm not saying JK Rowling is a wonderful Christian gal or anything, just that the books themselves aren't bad. There is sorcery, magic, mythical creatures, flying cars, flying broomsticks, etc. but they're not encouraging kids to become involved in it in the real world. There is magical stuff referenced in Narnia, too. My kids all love God - with all their hearts. But all of us know the difference between reality and fantasy. Obviously Potter books are fantasy. I've read them quite a few times myself and not ONCE have I wanted to try transfiguring a mouse into a teacup. My kids are all very aware that the only thing even closely resembling "magic" in the real world is straight from Satan, too, so I have no concerns whatsoever with the books. I'm fairly selective in what books I allow in my house. I'll let my kids read Harry Potter. . but not Ted Dekker.
Twilight is trash - through and through. I read them for 2 reasons - one, because my daughters wanted to read them. . . badly. Two - because I work with teens and pre-teens and it's good to know what you're talking about when those discussions come up. Having read them and I hear a discussion on the topic I can say "But do you see WHY Bella is a moron for wanting to be with him?!" among other things. 11 year old girls at the youth vbs this summer said they would get pregnant so the guy would "have to stay with them". It's good to know the things that are influencing them the most. . . GOOD GRIEF.
September 8th, 2010, 09:34 PM
There is sorcery, magic, mythical creatures, flying cars, flying broomsticks, etc. but they're not encouraging kids to become involved in it in the real world. .
When one is introduced to these books they find a fascinating world of Spiritism, Astrology, Palmistry, time-travel and an assortment of occultism. It makes the occult attractive and exciting presenting it as an viable alternative. All the, love, hope, wisdom is offered to those who follow the occult. Don't think that your child could not become fascinated or influenced to become a sorcerer by reading these books. The attraction as in all the Occult is being special and having power. The fact is that reading this book or others like it are not to be chalked up to just the imagination. The concepts and stories are making familiar to the children a very real world that we are not to have anything to do with. Parents, what would you do if someone did invite your child to a very real sorcerers meeting, after all you approved of the book. In the real Witchcraft belief they practice spells, chants and other rituals used in worshiping the Goddess. ...........
God spoke to Israel not to practice their spirituality as the pagan nations, and neither should we. Deuteronomy 18:10-13 "When you come into the land which the Lord your God is giving you, you shall not learn to follow the abominations of those nations. "There shall not be found among you anyone w ho makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses ,divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, ( one who casts a spell, )or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead (Necromancer). For whoever does these things an abomination to the Lord." These (and more) are all the things practiced by Harry Potter in the books, contacting the dead, sťances. No Christian (or non Christian) should ignore the possible influences of this book that positively promotes the occult when God has forbidden this. No one can deny that after reading these books they are not more open to accepting occult ideas. They make it look fun, I can only wonder why Christian parents would ignore the actual content and promote the book because of its quality of writing.
September 8th, 2010, 10:20 PM
I had a friend that was convinced that a bright light in a photograph was a ghost. I tried to convince her it wasn't, but she wouldn't believe me. I know ghosts do not exist because, "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord".
As far as the vampire craze, I'll admit to having read "Dracula" by Bram Stoker. I liked the book because it is a work of fiction in which the vampire is portrayed as evil. The heroes destroy him. I like the classic "good versus evil" stories. I also like classic literature. However, I don't like the "Twilight" series because vampires are made to be the heroes. This is what I have a big problem with.
September 8th, 2010, 10:25 PM
I personally have not read either the Harry Potter books or Narnia. By these posts I would go for Narnia. I believe it's smart to know what the enemy is up to, then we, as believers, can use God's word to shine His real Light on these kinds of books/movies, etc. We, as adult born again believers, know that God's Bible reveals the demonic realm from beginning to end. I personally need to keep on reading, hearing and being fed by God's Word, "And out of His mouth came a sharp double-edged sword. His face was like the sun shining in all its brilliance." Revelations 1:16 (NIV).
Just found out a year ago that the Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum is about Jesus! Apparently, Frank Baum was a born again believer when he wrote the book! Now when I see it, I see it differently. Love those ruby red shoes! The blood of Jesus! Yay!
September 9th, 2010, 12:00 AM
In these last days I am not surprised to see this up tic in the activity of the occult. Just like in Noah's day. I can't imagine the depths the world will sink to when we are gone and the Holy Spirit isn't in the restraining business.
September 9th, 2010, 08:45 AM
You are right, Penguin. The demonic entities will manifest what they want, when they want to, in order to achieve their own distractive goals. The last thing they want is to be revealed as demonic. They want people to accept any type of spiritual force other than the Holy Spirit, and any type of extraterrestrial or crytobiological beings other than God. "Ghosts", "UFOs/aliens", and "Bigfoot" are all covers for the same deception.
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