Familiar Spirits, Part 2
Familiar spirit sounds kind of friendly. The phenomenon of psychic mediums, fortunetellers, and witchcraft has become popular in America, presenting as harmless — even helpful, and entertaining. But the Bible contains strong warnings against these! Far from harmless, they are demonic spirits that open the door to evil and danger to those who seek them out and are forbidden in Scripture. People are duped into believing psychics actually talk to their dead loved ones, often convinced because the psychic tells them something the so-called dead person said, which they could not possibly know. The truth is, familiar spirits often attach themselves to families from one generation to the next, and know a family’s history. But they are famiLIAR spirits!
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