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When the Lord said “that which is flesh is flesh, and that which is spirit is spirit,” many don’t apply the truth of His saying to their superstitious, occult seeking nature. Superstition and a lust for divination  often comes from upbringing and culture. Every culture has its own beliefs and practices. The trend is that each culture believes in signs and in psychics, some in ancestor worship. What happens is that superstitious people often give devils and demons credit for either blessing or disasters, when what ever occurred has a natural reason and explanation behind it. Actually the devils and demons take advantage of such ignorance and use it to compound the problem.

I first started out mixing the spirit with the natural in counseling in th early 70’s. Though not born again yet and unemployed, I used my wits with superstitious people to get by. My first client was a black Baptist superstitious  woman from the south who swore up and down that her husband had put roots on her. Mainly it was her conscience as she later confessed that she had been cheating on him and she thought he was aware of it.

So I did not say to her “Listen Honey, that’s your guilt talkin. Yo husband ain’t got   no roots on you.”  For those who read too fast, remember  that I was an unsaved atheist back then,  before you leap into “righteous indignation mode.”

Instead,  I got my daughter,  who was about 5 years old at the time, to make me up a potion out of herbs and stuff from my kitchen cabinet. I took the potion, went out to the woman’s car, threw it all around in it. You might call it “a placebo.” Anyway, it worked. This church lady  sent me—a heathen— a bunch of like-minded folk from her church and I was able to buy my groceries in hard times!

But superstition can get a lot more dangerous. Check Out this excerpt from “the New Idolatry:”

“A young woman whose husband was missing went to a card layer to find out whether he was still alive. The fortune-teller replied, ‘your husband is dead.’ The wife waited three months and again visited a card layer to find out about the uncertain fate of her husband. Again, the answer was ‘your husband will not return.’ She went home in despair, and turning on the gas killed herself and her two children. The next day, the husband returned from a Russian prison camp, and found the dead bodies of his three loved ones.”

The superstitious are either controlling or just plain afraid of life, afraid for their future.  What this means is that you put your faith in either a psychic fortuneteller or a so-called Christian prophet, two sides of a similar coin.  You are also not satisfied with your life and you want someone to either predict, prophesy or lay hands on you,  declaring that  prosperity, health,  wealth, love, marriage, success, , etc. etc. etc is in your future. how vexed and troubled you get when the psychic or the false prophet tells you “otherwise.” That is when the demons get their hooks into you and you become a target for evil spirits, either fallen angels, or demons, or both!

Believe me when I warn you that  seeking counsel in the form of readings from psychics is no laughing matter, particularly if  you attract and pick up a slew of demons because you  were either afraid, dissatisfied or both.

Are you addicted to the supernatural, to divination and necromancy?  if you want freedom, call 888-818-1117 or complete the contact form below.

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