• Encouragement, For Christians, Holloween, Jesus Church, Rob Robinson, The Occult

    Posted on October 19th, 2013

    Written by Rob Robinson

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    Our Choices Define Who We Are

    Our Choices Define Who We Are

    The decision to follow Jesus is continuous. Every day we decide whether we are going to remain with the Lord by the decisions that we make. It is inconsistent to claim to belong to Jesus while making choices that are incompatible with His character. It seems that we do not often consider whether our liberty in Christ is in conformity with His nature. For example, when deciding whether or not we should participate in something that the world or even the church has determined is a harmless tradition, we might ask if Jesus would participate in such a practice were He presented with the opportunity.

    The kingdom that we live in as His disciples, demands choices that a citizen of light would rightly choose. If we participate in things that come from the kingdom of darkness, then our walk with the Lord is compromised. In speaking to the church at Thessalonica, Paul encouraged the believers to make their choices in the awareness that Jesus could return for us at any moment.

    1 Thessalonians 2, 5, 6 For you yourselves are fully aware that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night… For you are all children of light, children of the day. We are not of the night or of the darkness. 6 So then let us not sleep, as others do, but let us keep awake and be sober. (ESV)

  • What You Read and Watch Changes How You Think

    What You Read and Watch Changes How You Think

    Filled with action, fantasy, broken families and conflicted relationships, many young people across the world find answers for their own lives in this series of movies and books.

    What is unwittingly happening to the minds and hearts of many young people who are captivated by these stories, is a subtle indoctrination into the occult. Every aspect of the Twilight series gently brings the conscience and subconscience mind into an acceptance of evil, without the participant even realizing what has occurred.

    Very few of those who have become involved in the occult have done so quickly. It is over the process of time, little by little, that people are drawn into the dark world of satan. A master of deception, satan works on the mind through the senses. Taking what appears to be harmless media, using things that are quite attractive, he draws the victim into his world and gradually dulls the senses. Over a long period of time, a person does not even realize that they are a part of the occult world. Having had the mind altered, the conscience seared, the evil that is seeded in the heart and mind, begins to manifest itself in the outward actions of a persons life.