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May 14th, 2008, 04:23 PM
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May 14th, 2008, 05:02 PM
I know this is FANTASY but indulge me for a moment. What IF Oprah was a Bible believing Christian?....Wouldn't that be wonderful? But she's not...she's a witch of some sort. :ohno
Bible-believing Christians are rather unpopular...I don't think she'd be (or stay) popular.
May 14th, 2008, 05:06 PM
Oprah needs Jesus Christ more than ever! I refuse to watch her program now. She has gotten lower than low with her new age garbage!
God bless you all!
Please forgive me if I’ve posted this in the wrong place, because this is the first time I’ve posted a Thread. Today on Oprah, she had a Dr. Weis, hypnotize the entire audience, to regress them back to their “previous lives”. She opened the show with herself and Dr. Oz,(yes that’s his real name), in the control room, while in the background, Dr. Weis is hypnotizing the audience. Oprah says to the camera her typical line “what ever you believe in, keep an open mind”. In other words, if you don’t believe, you have a closed mind. Coming back from the first commercial break, audience members stand up, and talk about there experience (after he had just hypnotized them), of their previous lives.One lady said she was a Native American Indian, and that she had lots of children and they were all killed including herself, and that’s why now “in this life” she loves children so much. Another woman who was an African American stated how surprised she was that in her previous life she was “a white man” who had been stabbed and killed. Then another woman in the audience stated she was surprised when looking at her previous life that she “looked down” and had “legs that belonged to a man”. I couldnt watch the rest of the show. Its interesting…no one ever remembers being a frog in a “past life” Twenty years ago, I used to almost scoff at the new age movement, thinking it would never fly, people wont believe it. What astonishes me now, is knowing the large audience Oprah has, and her influence. Now it’s clear to me the enormous venue for the new age teaching. Forget Rev. Wright, how will, and does Oprah influence Obama if he’s elected, is what scares me. :shocked
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May 14th, 2008, 05:31 PM
When people reject the truth for a lie, than the lies they believe can even be unbelievably foolish. However, when choices are made to believe the lie, and minds are deceived, people's minds are open to believe anything. The scariest part of being deceived, is that you don't walk around saying: "I am deceived." A person often does not even have a clue they are. Only the grace and mercy of God can open eyes to the truth of Jesus and His saving Gospel.
May 14th, 2008, 06:19 PM
And she will continue to get worse. I wouldn't be surprised if we start seeing some channeling on there pretty soon. I expect more gay display, more occultic trimmings, and witches.
she already had that when her show was only about 2 years old, she had somebody on regarding "psychomanteums" and was telling everyone they should make on in their closet...a psychomanteum is a dark room with a chair, a candle and a mirror.....that's how you talk to the dead.....she highly recommended it and said she made on in her home.... (that's the reason I quit watching her show all those years ago)
May 14th, 2008, 07:18 PM
This makes me feel sick. I used to watch Oprah, but I no longer put it on in my home.
May 14th, 2008, 07:28 PM
This post makes me think of a person I once knew who would get upset when I would bring up the Bible to them. They often would spout out things against the Scriptures, saying that it was not true, and was all made up. Yet, I recall this person having a fondness for me, and saying foolish-sounding stuff to me, like that they "gave birth to me in a past life." This person also was so into certain TV shows and certain characters on TV -- all worthless idols who couldn't save. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to really witness to them about how Jesus saved me from my sins. They got upset, and died not too much later. I can't hardly think about it; I hope this person received the truth before they died. Going to the grave deceived is so scary...
May 14th, 2008, 08:56 PM
What is so crazy is that the same people who refuse to believe in God or that Jesus died for our sins are more than happy to buy into this garbage. As if somehow channeling and past lives make sense and are so easy to believe. And yet the Bible--which has NEVER been wrong--is simply fiction.:rolleyes
May 14th, 2008, 09:19 PM
Nono, what is funny is that every "mistake" that I have seen people say that the Bible has is verses that are both in idfferent translations so they are worded differently and they "claim" it is a cointradiction or mistake.
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