Wicca and Christianity

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This drawing is a message from a wiccan to Christians.

I don’t know about you, but when I saw this picture, my heart ached. It saddens me on how Christians will just “go with the flow”, do what’s popular and cool, do what your family has done for generations without questioning it, practise pagan things with each other.

Please, please take time to research. To question. To pray. To read the Bible. To ask God for understanding about these things and for mercy and forgiveness. What do you think Ephesians 6:12 was about? “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.” A joke? Nothing to worry about? May your spiritual eyes be open in the name of Jesus!

Let me mention just a few things that you should be aware of, in topics, so that you may know what I’m specifically talking about:

– Participating in halloween in any way – be it by pumpkin carving, trick or treating, scaring people, dressing up…
– Bringing satanic symbols into your life – on your clothes, in your house, hand signals…
– Making Christmas a pagan party – decorating Christmas trees, focusing on presents (false gratitude, consumerism)…
– Making Easter/Passover a pagan party – eating or decorating chocolate eggs, introducing bunnies…
– Liking books, films or series that glorify the occult/wicca – such as Harry Potter, Twilight, Sabrina witch, Pokemon…
– Introducing idols into your life – buying glorifying statues, making an idol of musicians and actors…
– Singing or listening to evil music – not researching about the band, singer, lyrics, meanings…
– Playing, joking about serious things – vampires, zombies, voodoo, witches…
– Having “luck charms” – symbols, animals, saints, numbers…

Etc, etc, etc… I think you get the idea. If you are a Christian, I urge you to not overlook this topic. God wants us to be always willing to sanctify ourselves and become more like Jesus. Would Jesus do, watch, listen to, participate in the things you do? Be careful, brothers and sisters! Set a good example unto others so that they may also know and fear God!

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3 thoughts on “Wicca and Christianity

  1. What a good article!

    There are indeed many things that we as believers practice or have in our homes, that can be a doorway for demons to enter and attack:
    http://dreamsofdunamis.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/how-to-remove-demonic-doorways-and-demons-from-your-home/
    I was shocked to discover so many of them in my own home. Now that we have rid ourselves from these things and practices, our lives have been much more peaceful and blessed.

    By doing those things that you have listed, we are also muting G-d’s testimony to the Jews and the new age wiccan’s. Ever try to convert a wiccan to Christianity, while celebrating their own holidays? It simply doesn’t work. They laugh in your face! And as for the Jew, they simply look at you as being a heathen and refuse to listen to you. Only when we stopped celebrating and doing those things, did the Jews and wiccans start to take us seriously. I am praying that our Jewish and wiccan friends will soon come to Jesus, now that they can see how we are blessed and favored in Him, and can observe us without all those pagan trappings swallowing up our testimony…

    Thank you for taking a stand for the TRUTH.

    May many blessings be yours

    • Wow, that’s a really good testimony towards wiccans and jews! And even though atheists or agnostics don’t get the whole spiritual battle deal, they also ask why christians secularise biblical feasts or celebrate just like a non-believer would.

      I believe as we’re drawing closer to the end, what the Rev 22:11 verse intensifies. “Let the one who does wrong continue to do wrong; let the vile person continue to be vile; let the one who does right continue to do right; and let the holy person continue to be holy.”

      Thank you also!

  2. Great to read such a sound and succinct summation – well said. During online debate in God & Politics UK last October I was grieved so many believers wish to remain ignorant of the truth – even after having briefly given my testimony, part of which may be read at http://wp.me/p1Y1yB-43l

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