Originally posted by Dan Tanna
reply to post by argentus
But, I am going to go through family history and ask some bare bones questions from family members.
Some thing is not right, and it is bugging me.
i THINK THAT'S EXCEEDINGLY WISE.
Perhaps some of these questions might be useful to you to ask family members:
1. Was anyone ever involved in any chosen occultic activity--seances, witchcraft, water dowsing, horoscopes, palm reading, tea leaves reading . . .
2. Was anyone ever involved in any Eastern mysticism, religion, secret societies, meditation, . . .
3. Was anyone ever involved in any prolonged perverse sexual sins, tenacious-perverse-addictions--particularly drugs and/or alcohol . . .
4. Was anyone ever chronically, fiercely angry, stubborn, idolatrous, rebellious, super arrogant, . . .
5. Was anyone ever fascinated to obcessed with dark contrary topics, forces, with evil in any form . . .
6. Did anyone ever make any vows to satan and/or other dark occultic forces . . .
7. Did anyone ever have any unusual other dimensional/spiritual experiences of a questionable, UNChristian or possible deceptive,
8. Did anyone ever pray over me or incant over me any dedication to satan or evil or other occultic forces or beliefs?
IF SO, One can pray and ask Jesus to join you in taking THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT and cutting you off from all past such . . . . If Holy Spirit leads
one into any repentance for giving into such or going along with such wittingly or unwittingly, that would well be in order, if Holy Spirit leads
anything--it's in order by definition! LOL One can rebuke and renounce any unfitting associations and ask Holy Spirit to cleanse such inner areas
with Christ's Blood and to fill them with Christ's Love and Spirit. Sometimes it's wise to have such prayers with a small group of folks--some of
whom have gone through such prayers before.
I realize that the above will jangle some folks' sensibilities. I don't care. I'm into folks getting free and whole and no longer being plagued
byany such associations. I know what it's like to become freer . . . through Christ Jesus.
So I have no apologies for that.