One of the most well known mediums are clairvoyants, astrology and modern occultists are another way to forecast life’s destiny for you apart from God.
I perceive witchcraft which is an act of instance or employing sorcery especially with malevolent intent which is a magical rite or religious ritual which exercises supernatural powers with alleged intercourse with the devil or a familiar source.
Apparently there are a few ways you can know your future, read the horoscopes, mediumship which is contacting the spiritual world and clairvoyants by giving readings for your life through tarot cards and the palm of your hand. As money is often an important factor God will forecast your life for free! – Well there is a thing called trust or you can go to one of the above and pay a lot of money.
If you take life for face value these professions may appear trustworthy however on closer examination they are questionable for their beliefs and motives. They claim personal authority and deny the principles of Christian liberty.
Some Cults are defensive, evasive or belligerent to an extreme when reasonable questions are asked like Why do you do what you do?, foster an atmosphere of spiritual bondage through legalism and group intimidation. Many cults forbid their members to read literature that disagrees to their unique point of view. Are you part of this or know someone who is?.
So why should I choose Christianity if I believe in the above or am atheist, Jesus was the one that created the world so my prayer is not that you take them out of the world that you protect them from the evil one, we must hold firmly to the trust worthy message as it has been taught so that he can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it.
We should be influenced by the right people, at the right place and the only God who is Jesus Christ so where is your spiritual influence today?, where you turn is up to you!.
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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