Saturday, May 7, 2016

Faux Witchcraft

Many Christians falsely believe that the area that they live in is under a demonic principality of the spirit of witchcraft.  In large part because an entire cottage industry of books, articles and messages has sprung up around the issue.
The bible indicates that what a person thinks, is in a sense, what that person will be.
 Proverbs 23:7
For as he thinks within himself, so he is. He says to you, “Eat and drink!” But his heart is not with you.
I believe that some Christians are in effect faux witches and faux (fake) warlocks, because they project the spirit of witchcraft.
Shortly before he died in February 2015, John Paul Jackon did an interview where he defined the Jezebel spririt as, "The Jezebel Spirit is used to destroy whatever God is trying to do."  Isn't that really a better definintion for the spirit of anti-christ?  Or the spirit of death or rebellion or disorder?
http://www.charismamag.com/spirit/spiritual-warfare/26173-watch-john-paul-jackson-unmasks-the-jezebel-spirit
I've lived in Citrus county Florida for the last 25 years. It has the 4th oldest average age of people in the U.S. Sumter county is east of Citrus and it has the oldest average age in the U.S. And to the west of Citrus is the Gulf of Mexico. People come here to die. This area is under a spirit of death. Death has many faces, poverty is a financial spirit of death, ignorance is intellectual death.
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/07/09/where-do-the-oldest-americans-live/
I think that something like 10 to 15 percent of the church (Christians) are under the false belief the they live in an area that is under the demonic principality of witchcraft, in part, precisely because the spirit of witchcraft is so widespread over the nation today.
If you think about it, a major quality of the spirit of witchcraft is illusion. So, because it is such a strong spirit over the country, and probably the whole world, it would naturally be in a position to further cast the illusion that it is over even more territory than it is.







Why Feminism is Wrong

Women today largely view respecting men as optional, not as something that the Lord requires of them. The basic idea being that if and when a man earns their respect, then and only then will they give that man respect.
Christianity does not work that way. Men are not required to earn women's respect, any more than Christian men (or women) earn their salvation.
Now, if a man wants to have a relationship with a woman, working or romantic or whatever, then yes, he should try to earn her respect and trust.