Message: I have a story very similar to the ouija board story. It involves a woman that called a psychic hotline to hear her future. After she made that call she was tormented by an evil presence appearing like a gray, foul-smelling mist that followed her everywhere.
After failures in her life, losing friends and her family becoming distant, she called our pastor to pray over her. When the pastor entered her home, she knew an evil presence was there. She commanded it to leave and anointed the home with holy oil and the presence left the woman’s home and she now lives in peace.
Our pastor has told the congregation many times not to mess with any kind of objects pertaining to witchcraft, the occult, soothsayers, etc. because they’re all portals to hell and if you open them, you’re headed for destruction.
Even as innocent as the Harry Potter books are, that’s still against the Word of God, and look how many children read them and watch the movies. Satan has a very short time to wreak his havoc and he is doing it in all kinds of ways, both gentle and violent. Now more than ever is the time to seek God with all of our hearts and feed our spirits with his word. Thank you for your time.
name ommited, Bible Knowledge 39 Comments
[5/14/2012 3:32:05 AM]
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Submitted By: zipperback
I wish. The only newspaper in Britain that increased its circulation in the last decade is the Daily Mail. A paper that builds its readership on exactly that.
5/14/2012 10:50:39 AM
: You wrote:
"As for Harry Potter, they are meant as entertainment but you retarded fuckwits condemn them based on a mistranslation in your great King James Bible."
I beg to differ! The Hebrew word "kashaph", which appears in Exoduc 22:18, most definitely means a sorcerer, sorceress, or witch.
The Bible is clear. You're supposed to stone witches to death, just like you're supposed to stone homosexuals, disobedient children, people who work on the Sabbath, and women who menstruate on you.
5/14/2012 11:46:18 AM
I called a psychic hotline. A woman told me I was about to lose a great deal of money. When my next phone bill arrived I knew she was right.
5/14/2012 11:59:58 AM
Even as innocent as the Harry Potter books are, that’s still against the Word of God, and look how many children read them and watch the movies.
Forget Harry Potter, what about the Wizard of Oz?
The Wizard of Oz comes directly from Satan. It has ruined the lives of generations.
Click your heals, say "there's no place like home", and you're bound straight for Hell.
5/14/2012 1:15:36 PM
Ha-hahahahahaha! ! ! I WISH I could convince some stupid people to pay me to come over once in a while and cast magic spells. What a sweet con that is!
5/14/2012 1:15:46 PM
Even I occasionally read the articles the Daily Mail posts on the Internet. Those people you are talking about are only reading the paper to make fun of it, MST3k-style. My point stands.
5/14/2012 2:23:41 PM
Deep thoughts on a universal problem, a tale well told, and a wake-up call for us all.
I have often wondered how the heck do you defeat that terrifying master of evil, Satan and all his demonic horde. Their evil power is practically unstoppable and will make you do bad things like reading, for example.
Not only are Satan and his demons malevolently non-existent, but they also dwell in the tumultuous minds of the mentally disturbed.
At last, name ommited, you present the answer to this most difficult problem. I suppose it was obvious really. To counter non-existent demons you need to call on the power of an equally non-existent Bible God.
Not only is Bible God's non-existent power more powerful that Satan's non-existent power, but He will also oust the non-existent demons from the minds of the mentally unwell. And the beauty of it is, He can do so without diminishing the seething maelstrom of madness and ignorance in the slightest.
The mighty power of nothing as divined after a prolonged study of Bible Knowledge.
Well, fancy that!
5/14/2012 3:26:35 PM
I read Tarot cards on several occasions and, funny story, nothing paranormal or supernatural happened. Although, many of my readings did turn out to be accurate, if that counts.
Lay off the Potter already, it's making you delusional and paranoid.
5/14/2012 4:04:28 PM
How did someone this stupid learn how to use a computer?
5/14/2012 5:14:37 PM
"When the pastor entered her home, she knew an evil presence was there."
Well, pastors are among the worst sort of evil so...
What was your point, OP?
5/14/2012 6:46:12 PM
I played with an Ouija board once when my cousin got it for Christmas. What happened? Was I followed by weird mists and apparitions? Did I start doing drugs and having wild sex all day? No, nothing happened. We stared at the thing for about a half an hour before we got bored and got back to watching A Christmas Story on TV.
Funny how the awful consequences these toys seemingly create only happen to the people who are the most afraid of them.
5/15/2012 5:26:35 PM
Oh, another BS story from some bored middle-aged person.
5/16/2012 11:57:39 AM
@ whoanelly and Passerby: Same here
@ Xotan: That was Paul's OPINION, not God's teachings...common misconception.
O.P.-Cool it with the Harry Potter already! Geez!
5/16/2012 3:27:42 PM
Well well well, looks who's here. Paranoid certified idiot. Wanna say more about your useless fundie belief?!
1/25/2013 5:20:05 AM