Originally posted by chrisb9
For all of the believer's in Jesus Christ - the battle has already been won!
For all of the wiccan's and worshippers of satan, it is never too late to repent and turn back to God.
A person can be delivered from Wicca. The first step is to renounce the devil and all oaths with a prayer partner. Clean out your home, your car,
everything you own of all satanic items. Seek out an Apostolic Church and go for the purpose of being set free and to get your soul saved. When the
Minister gives the invitation go forward and kneel before the true God and confess your sins. Ask the Pastor to baptize you in the name of Jesus
Christ. (Acts 2:38). For when he does this, all your sins are forgiven and placed under the blood of Jesus. As he plunges you under in the name of
Jesus, all oaths made to the devil and all satanic covenants are abolished and become null and void.
Good news: Many have been saved who were once in and who dabbled in Wicca, Freemasonry, the Kabbalah, Witchcraft, and the Asian religions of India,
Tibet, China, and Japan. Time is crucial to these conversions however. The individual must be reached before they have lost their minds and have
crossed the point of no return. Remember, these souls are victims of abuse by the devil. He wants no one to love them or care for them.
But Jesus loves and cares. If he did not, he would not have given the Christian Believer the compassion and the power to deliver these taken captive,
by use of his name, and by the power of the Holy Spirit. There is hope, there is healing.
Man, I wanted to let this slide, but the bigotry and ignorance in your post is dripping off of every word.
If you want to believe that you've found the one true Way, cool. I'm happy for you.
But what you seem to forget is how deeply ingrained all these other religions are in to world cultures. By denouncing all of them as evil, you're
condemning people from having the right to respect their heritage, wherever they come from, and wherever they may be.
To be honest, that's why Christian and Islamic missions (among other efforts with numbers and money on their side) annoy me. They essentially reject
the diversity of cultural wealth that can be found in folk and indigenous religions and traditions. Authors who intend to convert their audience,
either deliberately or not, misinterpret practices and rites so they can attach a negative label on it. It's sad, really, and it makes the world a
boring place for no reason other than insecurity in one's beliefs.