His Grace, Harbinger of the Last Covenant, Prof. Iyke Nathan Uzorma, (Professor of Noetic Science, great Scholar of Extra-terrestrial Research and Apostle of Christ in our time) is one whose conversion testimony has changed many lives in different parts of the world. His conversion represents one of the foremost manifestations of the Power of Jehovah God and His Christ in this generation of men.
In this video, we review an animated Barbie video teaching children how to do yoga. We will look in-depth at what these postures mean, and we will see how yoga poses are actually worship postures devoted to the gods of Hinduism; entities the Bible calls demons. One posture is intended to mimick Shiva cutting the head off of Daksha and putting in on a stake. Yoga is not something Christians, or anyone else, should be practicing.
Derek teaches how YOU can be free from curses that can affect your life. It turns out God has a lot to say about blessings and curses. And there is a way for us to enter into Gods blessing. This message shows 3 things .
1 what the symptoms are of being under a curse,
2 where curses can come from ,and
3 how to be free.
It is very practical and down to earth.
From “How to Pass from Curse to Blessing” — by Derek Prince:
1) Establish a clear scriptural basis.
2) Confess faith in Christ.
3) Commit to obedience.
4) Confess any known sins of self or ancestors.
5) Forgive all other persons.
6) Renounce all contact with the occult and get rid of occult objects.
7) Release yourself in the name of Jesus.
Hypnosis and yoga are a couple of mystical practices which have basically gone mainstream in America today. Just because a spiritual practice goes mainstream, however, doesn’t mean that it is safe and beneficial. Many spiritual teachings and practices are dangerous to the soul. This calls for daily discernment and constant vigilance on the part of every Christian.
Altered states of consciousness and other mystical practices open doors in the spiritual realm. Once a door is opened, a person becomes vulnerable to any spirits which come through that door. For example, a seance opens a door. So do animal sacrifices….and all voodoo rituals as well. Astrology is another spiritual exercise which opens a door. Even something seemingly as innocent as placing a Native American „dreamcatcher“ above your bed opens a door in the spiritual realm.
A number of years ago a mother heard me talk about dreamcatchers. She told me that her daughter had been having nightmares every night for years. She immediately removed the dreamcatcher from her daughter’s bed. The first night the dreamcatcher came down, the nightmares stopped and never came back. Close the spiritual door and you close off access to unwanted spirits.
Hypnosis is basic to the Eastern religions. Prominent hypnotists have estimated that there are probably over 100 different stages of hypnotic trance. Christians should never allow themselves to be put in a trance….regardless of who is leading you into that mental state of relaxation. No matter what obstacles we face, God will help us if we rely upon Him rather than magical or mystical experiences. It is very dangerous to open hidden spiritual doors through hypnosis.
These doors are „hidden“ because they are invisible to the human eye. You also don’t see the spirits that come through these doors. Likewise, you don’t see the Holy Spirit or Jesus when you trust Christ for salvation. Nevertheless, God enters your heart through a door in the spiritual realm the moment you are converted.
Szamanizm,wychodzenie z ciała,transy,medytacje, praktyki okultystyczne
Świadectwo zawodowego tarocisty i okultysty Jana Suligi , który w pewnym momencie swojego życia otrzymał łaskę poznania co , a raczej kto stoi za tym co pan Jan nazywa „energią“ lub „przewodnikami“. Niestety pomimo pozytywnego przesłania tej historii zło skutecznie upomniało się o pana Suligę i po pewnym czasie w programie Jana Pospieszalskiego odwołał wszystko to o czym mówił.
Okultyzm a Harry Potter – ks. dr hab. Aleksander Posacki SJ
Dlaczego papież Benedykt XVI uznał Harrego Pottera za lekturę szczególnie niebezpieczną? Odpowiedzi udziela ks. dr hab. Aleksander Posacki- filozof, teolog, wybitny znawca historii mistyki i demonologii oraz problematyki okultyzmu i ezoteryzmu.
Despite biblical warnings against the practice of witchcraft, the Rev. Valerie Love, who describes herself as a practicing Christian witch and an ordained minister of spiritual consciousness, is insisting that there is nothing wrong with Christians being witches and has recently launched a school to help Christians tap into magic.
„Stop thinking you can tell people how to worship. Stop thinking you can tell people how to connect with the divine. I could tell you how many people have told me, ‚You can’t be a Christian witch‘ but here I am. See, you can’t tell me how to worship. You cannot tell me how to connect with the divine. That’s between me and God. You cannot tell me how to pray,“ a defiant Love declared in a recent rant on Facebook.
Prophetic Prayer: Breaking Christian Witchcraft
Jennifer LeClaire sounds the alarm on the rise of Christian witches in church. This will open your eyes and may answer many questions for you.
Many don’t understand what witchcraft is and how it affects us today. Witchcraft is not just for witches, but for anyone who chooses to rebel against God. Ex-witch Beth shares her experience with the entanglement of witchcraft and how she got free.
One of the most frequent questions I have received since coming out of the New Age movement is how can we understand crystals? In this video, we look at one scientific argument and two Biblical arguments as to why crystals should be avoided in healing and therapy.
by Betty Miller with Janice Fritch
“Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse; A blessing, if ye obey the commandments of the Lord your God, which I command you this day: And a curse, if ye will not obey the commandments of the Lord your God, but turn aside out of the way which I command you this day, to go after other gods, which ye have not known.” Deuteronomy 11:26-28
Have you ever wondered how it is that some Christians can seem to have more than their fair share of problems in life? We often hear prayer requests describing one problem after another attacking Christians left and right. They express how they feel like God has forsaken them and they feel like they are cursed. Could they be right? In order for us to determine whether we have stepped out of the will of God, we need to examine our lives to see if there is any place that we have been mislead from God’s ways.
Derek Prince shares how the American Indians are living in a Land of Opportunity, of which everybody has a chance to prosper, because of the nature of the economy and the laws of the land. But they have never prospered, financially, socially, and spiritually because of their practice of witchcraft.
By Marcia Montenegro| Harry Potter is a character in a series of books written by J. K. Rowling about a young boy who discovers he is really a wizard, in other words, a sorcerer. Four books have come out in the Harry Potter series, with 3.8 million copies of the fourth book being released in the U.S. on July 8, 2000. Worldwide, 35 million copies of the first three books are in print, with about half of total sales in the U.S. (“USA Today,” 6-22-00, p. D-1).
The first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, was released in England as Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. The “Philosopher’s Stone” is part of the lore of alchemy and medieval sorcery, and was supposedly a stone which could be used to turn base metal to gold, and was the Holy Grail of sorcery (Bill Whitcomb, The Magician’s Companion, St. Paul: Llewellyn, 1994, pp. 351, 485, 527).
Rowling has been hailed as a clever, imaginative writer whose books have enticed children into reading again. This is no doubt true. However clever or imaginative the stories are, they do center on a character who is learning the arts of sorcery and witchcraft. One defense, or minimization of the sorcery in the Harry Potter books, is that the stories are just a normal part of a child’s fantasy world. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis are often brought up as examples.
But are Tolkien and Lewis the standard for discernment? Even so, Lewis did not endorse the occult. And if Tolkien did, does that make it okay? (When I was an astrologer, my witch clients and friends loved Tolkien, by the way). Yes, Lewis and Tolkien wrote fantasy novels that included magical elements, but the question for Christians should be, is the fantasy (in any story) centered on the occult, and what does God say about the occult?