So being a Pagan at a Christian college means several things.
1 when they do prayers or worship I usually change the words up just a little to fit my Gods. Instead of strung up in the cross it’s Loki strapped to a rock. When everyone’s singing no one can even tell.
2 all my witchy/pagan books…
What caused you to attend a Christian College?
I get free tuition and they had a good program for my major.
Sounds like being a Christian in a secular college, except that I didn’t have free tuition or any ability to go anywhere else.
Daily reminder that Anita Sarkeesian sent herself death threats for attention
It’s happening AROUND THE WORLD – CHRISTIANS ARE BEING PERSECUTED – From Iraq to Iran to Sudan to North Korea and beyond… People are being persecuted for their THOUGHTS & BELIEFS…
Christians are being slaughtered & we cannot continue to look the other way.
ISIS Flag On Temple Mount
While Jewish people can’t pray on their holiest site, and police make sure no Israeli flags are taken up, Muslims have no problem bringing in and waving an ISIS flag on the Temple Mount.
But but but Israel is practicing apartheid.
I wish Israel would just retake the temple mount. And I wish America would back the move.
Sure that’s not a giant stepping on a canyon in some huge underarmor sandals??????
So, I had an interesting discussion with my coworker about using things typically reserved for New Age religions to worship God. He said that he prayed years ago and God revealed to him that he was given “freedom” to pursue the Bible, Christianity, and his faith in unconventional ways. My coworker…
A few things to consider. One is that a “witch” and a “wiccan” are not the same thing. Some Wiccans are witches, some are not.
The second is the exact meaning of the word witch. If your report of being able to easily communicate with the dead is true, if you are a medium, then you qualify as a “witch” in a very loose, denotative sense. The connotation though, are likely not present. A witch can be, and once was, defined as a person with innate supernatural abilities, for the more broad version, or a person with a familiar spirit which allows them to access the spiritual world and communicate with the dead, for the more specific, and old, usage.
On to the hard part. Biblically, communication with the dead is forbidden. Specifically, this involves purposefully seeking the dead to gain knowledge of the future and or the spiritual realm. It does not just stop there, looking at the hebrew words involved, such as kasaph, communication with the dead is not the only form of “magic” that is forbidden. ‘Kasaph” involves hissing or whispering a spell (association with serpents applies). Even, possibly, engraving an item with magical script is forbidden (hebrew: chartom, an engraver)
Blending magic with christianity is so restricted that it is almost pointless. Perhaps that was by design? ”Magic” can be broadly defined as employing non-physical means to see the manifestation of one’s will. The question that should immediately come to any christian’s mind is, “should I be so focused on seeing my own will done, or God’s?”
In your case, as your mediumship was at such a young age, it is possible that you were indeed naturally gifted with the discernment of spirits. A christian should always remember where such gifts come from, and should strive to use them to glorify God and for the edification of the church.
Hopefully that is some food for thought, for you.
One said that the forces of darkness is using UFO movies to condition us to believe that Aliens abducted people when the rapture happens…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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I swear I saw this in a movie once
It is in a movie. One with John Cusack
"The Frozen Ground"