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hahahaHAha

Dallas, TX

#1 Jun 28, 2012
Oh no looks like SpellKrafters got shut down. Lmao.. where will all the so called witches go!?! I suppose back into the fairytales since witches AREN'T REAL! Maybe now all these adults around here can stop playing dress up and pretend that way they can turn in the food stamp cards and get a real job.
WHATS WRONG? YOU COULDN'T KRAFT A SPELLL TO COME UP WITH THE MONEY TO KEEP YOUR FAIRYTALE SHOP OPEN? That's too. Bad. I'm still roflmao at you people!!
The Eye Is Watching

Fort Worth, TX

#2 Jun 28, 2012
hahahaHAha wrote:
Oh no looks like SpellKrafters got shut down. Lmao.. where will all the so called witches go!?! I suppose back into the fairytales since witches AREN'T REAL! Maybe now all these adults around here can stop playing dress up and pretend that way they can turn in the food stamp cards and get a real job.
WHATS WRONG? YOU COULDN'T KRAFT A SPELLL TO COME UP WITH THE MONEY TO KEEP YOUR FAIRYTALE SHOP OPEN? That's too. Bad. I'm still roflmao at you people!!
I hear you brother, the need another con. Maybe they can join a local church. That should help business...
The Zygote

United States

#3 Jun 28, 2012
BOO!!!!!!!
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#4 Jun 30, 2012
I know these people very well, and how dare you criticize, them for their beliefs, I am open hearted and open minded. Koodos to them for trying to have a business in the shameful economy. Or standing up for what they believe. Society says its ok to be gay, marry outside your race, and not to discriminate. And that also includes religion or beliefs!! Be kind to those around you for one day you may need them to assist you or use their phone, help change a flat tire they may even be that person that helps you out if you are running short of change checking out at a store. You never know ones background, so please be kind!!!!!
seecurrentstatus

Texarkana, TX

#5 Jun 30, 2012
circumstance wrote:
I know these people very well, and how dare you criticize, them for their beliefs, I am open hearted and open minded. Koodos to them for trying to have a business in the shameful economy. Or standing up for what they believe. Society says its ok to be gay, marry outside your race, and not to discriminate. And that also includes religion or beliefs!! Be kind to those around you for one day you may need them to assist you or use their phone, help change a flat tire they may even be that person that helps you out if you are running short of change checking out at a store. You never know ones background, so please be kind!!!!!
I dont think society says its OK to be gay; the news media and hollywood do, but not the majority do not. Being kind has nothing to do with being homosexual and spreading the aids virus unconditionally.
This doesnt mean I would not help a homosexual change a flat tire or help them if they are short of change at a store.

Even so, witchcraft is evil, as homosexuality is evil. You can try and bless what God has not, but it will be to no avail.
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#6 Jun 30, 2012
seecurrentstatus wrote:
<quoted text>I dont think society says its OK to be gay; the news media and hollywood do, but not the majority do not. Being kind has nothing to do with being homosexual and spreading the aids virus unconditionally.
This doesnt mean I would not help a homosexual change a flat tire or help them if they are short of change at a store.

Even so, witchcraft is evil, as homosexuality is evil. You can try and bless what God has not, but it will be to no avail.
judge not for we are not the all mighty, for all has fallen short of righteousness, we could through stones for all eternity, but no one and I mean no one knows who is the greater being in this world. I could throw history of the world to you all day and the bible, but that wouldn't prove anything except that I wanted to argue, and it's not worth it. All I am saying is truth be known the whole world is so quick to judge, a person belief or lifestyle doesn't make them evil, it makes them diffrent and when the time comes for us I would have rather been kind then judgmental.
Papa Wytch

Texarkana, TX

#7 Jul 1, 2012
F.Y.I.. No, SpellKrafters did not "get shut down"..The owner chose to relocate to another site. larger accomodations for the pagan community and a new location for the school..mean while during the transition there is still a source for the pagan community in the area which by the way is very large and growing in massive numbers as we speak..Sorry but the Pagan community is not going away...
Curious

Texarkana, TX

#8 Jul 1, 2012
Papa Wytch wrote:
F.Y.I.. No, SpellKrafters did not "get shut down"..The owner chose to relocate to another site. larger accomodations for the pagan community and a new location for the school..mean while during the transition there is still a source for the pagan community in the area which by the way is very large and growing in massive numbers as we speak..Sorry but the Pagan community is not going away...
The homosexual chapter of the muslim brotherhood is moving in to that location next, Lets all go down an welcome our new neighbors!
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#9 Jul 1, 2012
circumstance wrote:
<quoted text>
judge not for we are not the all mighty, for all has fallen short of righteousness, we could through stones for all eternity, but no one and I mean no one knows who is the greater being in this world. I could throw history of the world to you all day and the bible, but that wouldn't prove anything except that I wanted to argue, and it's not worth it. All I am saying is truth be known the whole world is so quick to judge, a person belief or lifestyle doesn't make them evil, it makes them diffrent and when the time comes for us I would have rather been kind then judgmental.
As far as judging: You must differentiate between placing one self on the judgement throne of God and discerning what is false and harmful teaching to the body of Christ... it is a crucial distinction.

Jesus commanded, "Judge righteous judgment" (John 7:24).

He told a man, "You have rightly judged" (Luke 7:43). To others, our Lord asked,

"Why even of yourselves judge you not what is right?" (Luke 12:57).

The Apostle Paul wrote, "I speak as to wise men; judge you what I say" (1 Corinthians 10:15). Again, Paul declared, "He that is spiritual judges all things" (1 Corinthians 2:15). It is our positive duty to judge.

As far as "does it make them evil". God calls it an abomination; like I said, you can try and bless it all you want, but what God condemns you cannot bless.

Jesus also said if Mark 9:42&#8232; 的f anyone causes one of these little ones葉hose who believe in me葉o stumble, it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea.
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#10 Jul 1, 2012
worldofwords wrote:
<quoted text>As far as judging: You must differentiate between placing one self on the judgement throne of God and discerning what is false and harmful teaching to the body of Christ... it is a crucial distinction.

Jesus commanded, "Judge righteous judgment" (John 7:24).

He told a man, "You have rightly judged" (Luke 7:43). To others, our Lord asked,

"Why even of yourselves judge you not what is right?" (Luke 12:57).

The Apostle Paul wrote, "I speak as to wise men; judge you what I say" (1 Corinthians 10:15). Again, Paul declared, "He that is spiritual judges all things" (1 Corinthians 2:15). It is our positive duty to judge.

As far as "does it make them evil". God calls it an abomination; like I said, you can try and bless it all you want, but what God condemns you cannot bless.

Jesus also said if Mark 9:42&#8232; ツ的f anyone causes one of these little onesツ葉hose who believe in meツ葉o stumble, it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea.
no it is not your positive duty to judge those out side the church, do more reading, only the almighty creator. We could fight this to the very end . It is only your place as a Christian to lead those to the salvation of ur lord. Not to pass judgement. But I refuse to fall for biblical wars, dont just pull from just incerts of the bible , but keep reading on. If you can100窶「/. Say you are living sin free then judge yourself and leave the rest to the earth......!!!!
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#11 Jul 1, 2012
apparently you didnt read the first paragraph. No one is passing judgement; just discerning false and harmful teaching. If you can find a bible passage that says witchcraft is normal and acceptable, I will be glad to read it.

NONE of the verses I quoted were taken out of context. if you are afraid to call sin what it is, then stay in your room. Much that is anti-Scriptural has undeservedly found shelter behind a misuse of the Scripture "judge not".

"Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try [test, judge] the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world " ( 1 John 4:1).

God wants His children to be like the noble Bereans who "searched the Scriptures daily, whether those things were so" (Acts 17:11).

Nobody is living sin free; as Paul said, he considered himself the worst of sinners, yet he was chosen to write more than 2/3 of the new testament.
Galatians 4:16 Have I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth? apparently so.
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#12 Jul 1, 2012
Like I said I refuse to go into a bible war, it's not right what so ever, but I will say this and them I am done. If you are calling all those that do not follow in the Christianity beliefs evil, then you yourself and others are knocking down every type of religion, belief , faith and lifestyle out there!!! And with that said, I believe that all men are created equal in the eyes of the almighty creator, there for gives me no right to pass judgement on their own spiritual journey of life! Before their was medicines on our shelves their where herbs to help heal, before there where dra they where called
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#13 Jul 1, 2012
circumstance wrote:
Like I said I refuse to go into a bible war, it's not right what so ever, but I will say this and them I am done. If you are calling all those that do not follow in the Christianity beliefs evil, then you yourself and others are knocking down every type of religion, belief , faith and lifestyle out there!!! And with that said, I believe that all men are created equal in the eyes of the almighty creator, there for gives me no right to pass judgement on their own spiritual journey of life! Before their was medicines on our shelves their where herbs to help heal, before there where dra they where called
drs they where called spiritual healers!! Native Americans do not all believe the way Christians would u call them evil by all means No!!! Just stop being so against ones spiritual path until you look outside the box and realize we are all living in the same world breathing the same air!!!!! More people try so hard to not understand someone rather than to get to know them and realize they are caring, understanding, individuals that feel just like everyone else!!
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#14 Jul 1, 2012
Jesus often quoted Isaiah....Behold all ye that kindle a fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks; walk in the light of your fire, and in the sparks that ye have kindled. This ye have of mine hand; ye shall lie down in sorrow.

If Jesus wasnt God, he deserves an Oscar. He said he was the way, the truth and the life and NO ONE goes to God except through Him. Not my words. If you can get to Gods kingdom any other way, then Jesus died for nothing. You can boast this if you are not christian, But the biblical Jesus said He was the only true path. He rose from the dead to prove it.

Witches were not healers. If that was so, then God would not have condemned the practice. Owning herbs for healing in the old days did not constitute one as a witch, except in hollywood movies. Witchcraft:(sorcery) is the translation of the Greek word "pharmakia", from which we get the word pharmacy. Condemnation does not rest on the use of medicine but on the fact that the use of drugs was regularly accompanied by occult practices.

Drugs were the medium in the practice of magic or sorcery; the word comes to mean the secert tampering with the powers of evil, with the help of drugs, or so called healing herbs. Witches the bible is talking about are those who would do so. Simon Magus in the New Testament was condemned for his sorcery, who had a large following.

Self-aware modern witches bless as well as curse,'bind and loose', prophecy, pray, lay hands on, anoint with oil, etc. Some even consider themselves Christians with a superior understanding and power. Some even worship Jesus - along with a pantheon of other gods and goddesses - but totally reject the reality of Satan and hell fire.

From my experience and involvement with the occult for over 15 years along with the testimonies of many other former witches, if the testimony of Jesus is not enough, testify of the dangers associated with such occult practices. it entails extremely serious consequences.

If you think I would not speak out and warn against something so evil to children of impressionable ages, then think again. Its a duty we have as Christians to warn others of the dangers associated with the evils of witchcraft.

Witchcraft is the ultimate deception against the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#15 Jul 1, 2012
worldofwords wrote:
Jesus often quoted Isaiah....Behold all ye that kindle a fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks; walk in the light of your fire, and in the sparks that ye have kindled. This ye have of mine hand; ye shall lie down in sorrow.

If Jesus wasnt God, he deserves an Oscar. He said he was the way, the truth and the life and NO ONE goes to God except through Him. Not my words. If you can get to Gods kingdom any other way, then Jesus died for nothing. You can boast this if you are not christian, But the biblical Jesus said He was the only true path. He rose from the dead to prove it.

Witches were not healers. If that was so, then God would not have condemned the practice. Owning herbs for healing in the old days did not constitute one as a witch, except in hollywood movies. Witchcraft:(sorcery) is the translation of the Greek word "pharmakia", from which we get the word pharmacy. Condemnation does not rest on the use of medicine but on the fact that the use of drugs was regularly accompanied by occult practices.

Drugs were the medium in the practice of magic or sorcery; the word comes to mean the secert tampering with the powers of evil, with the help of drugs, or so called healing herbs. Witches the bible is talking about are those who would do so. Simon Magus in the New Testament was condemned for his sorcery, who had a large following.

Self-aware modern witches bless as well as curse,'bind and loose', prophecy, pray, lay hands on, anoint with oil, etc. Some even consider themselves Christians with a superior understanding and power. Some even worship Jesus - along with a pantheon of other gods and goddesses - but totally reject the reality of Satan and hell fire.

From my experience and involvement with the occult for over 15 years along with the testimonies of many other former witches, if the testimony of Jesus is not enough, testify of the dangers associated with such occult practices. it entails extremely serious consequences.

If you think I would not speak out and warn against something so evil to children of impressionable ages, then think again. Its a duty we have as Christians to warn others of the dangers associated with the evils of witchcraft.

Witchcraft is the ultimate deception against the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
look Christians anoint with holy water that is blessed by the church, lay their hands upon those to heal, drink wine or grape juice to represent the blood of their father, pray over the sick for his almighty to heal, they make judgement over ones faith instead of praying for their safety, they pray for the lord to help them with their finances, they make amid comments like the devil made me do it. They idolize an inanimate object that no longer hds any significant abundants of which is taught by Jesus. So you tell me where it's ok to say there is difference. No one can get anyone into the gates of heaven or the promise land but them selves!!!!! Like I said before stop judgeimg ones spiritual views because no church can take us where we are ment to be!!!!!!!!!
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#16 Jul 1, 2012
Be kind to all!!!!! Love and light!!!!! Bright blessings!!!!
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#17 Jul 2, 2012
If you are talking about the catholic church and comparing it to witchcraft, then I will have to agree with you. Its very close. However, its not the church of Jesus Christ.

no such thing as holy water. no such thing as "the church". Jesus said where 2 or more are gathered.... THERE he will be.

because of the catholic church's misinterpretation of the bible, the yoke which their teachers place upon the shoulders of the people is that of totally unwarranted legalism.

catholicism is a system of teaching that stresses salvation by means of strict obedience to a host of rules and regulations. A complete barrier to the true way of salvation. It shuts the door of salvation ......."shut."

the popes system of teaching stresses salvation by means of strict obedience to a host of rules and regulations, and all conversions within the catholic church are brought about by the prestige of rank and pomp, and not true conversions at all.

Love and light? Bright Blessings? without Jesus there will never be any.
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#18 Jul 2, 2012
Big difference:

Jesus did not rely on energy transfer as witches do..... On every occassion he used a different method to perform his miracles..... Jesus spits in the dirt and rubs it in someone's eye (Jn 9:6). In another, He touches the person (Lk 5:13), or from a distance speaks a condition of obedience (Lk 17:12-14). Sometimes He speaks calmly (Jn 4:50), sometimes He yells (Jn 11:43). Jesus was not relying on any technique or ritual as witches do; He was relying on, and submissive to, His Father (Jn 8:28-29). When Jesus did miracles from God.....The specifics of how the miracles were performed varied. by this Jesus was saying..... Trust in Me, not the procedure.
circumstance

Burlingame, CA

#19 Jul 2, 2012
Now you are judging the catholic faith wow!!!!!! I guess you have something to say about Jews aswell!!!!! Just stop ok because we could go back and forth over and over!!! Please let kindness be the guide!!!!!
worldofwords

Texarkana, TX

#20 Jul 2, 2012
since all religions contradict each other, there are only two options open. Either they are all false, or there is only one true religion.

A LOT OF People... like you.... claim all religions are the same and all religions lead to the same God....All religions are not the same nor do they lead to the same God...... In Hinduism the world is an illusion....... in Christianity it is real......The Hindu Brahman is anything but the biblical Yahweh....... In Islam the incarnation is blasphemy.......in Christianity it is central, while Allah and Jehovah are literally worlds apart......Buddhism is founded upon the denial of personality......while Christianity is founded upon the assertion of Gods personality- and on it goes.

Only Jesus can and does promise a new life in a new body on an earthly existence know as paradise..... all other "religions" can only promise some vague spiritual existence in another dimension(which is false)......at death it is either Heaven or Hell....

aposte christians insist that general good in all religions points to general truths which make men generally acceptable to a general God, who deals in generalities .......but the God of the bible has one book, one saviour, one faith, one Lord, one baptism and one way to heaven.

If all it takes is kindness to enter into Gods Kingdom, then Jesus died in vain.

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