I Found True Love by Casting Spells?

by Roger Barrier

Dear Roger,

There is this great spell caster on the internet I just met through a friends description and he have just helped me to get back my lover. I am so glad that I met with him he is just on the internet to help people and I am among those he have helped and I am telling you to also go and get hold of your own solution as he shall soon be living the internet he said he was sent on a mission to the internet to come and help people and to make those who are at a cross road be back to life just met him with your problems and consider it solved

Name Withheld


Dear Name Withheld,


I have good news and bad news. First the good news: I am glad you believe you have found your true love. Now the bad news; according to the Bible, the spell caster is operating with a “spirit of divination” which is often demonically inspired.


I admire you for seeking the truth. Your heart obviously tuned into spiritual matters. You have probably read about spiritual things from a broad range of sources and have talked with friends about things of the spirit.


As I read your letter it seems to me that you have not yet had an opportunity to examine things of the spirit from the Bible’s perspective. Permit me to give you an overview.


According to the Bible, when you enter into the realm of spell casting you enter into the realm of the occult–and you want to stay as far from the occult as you possibly can. Reconnecting to your “lover” may turn out to be one of the best things that ever happened. On the other hand, it may be one of the worst.


Let me show you the instructions that the Lord God Almighty gave to the Israelites as they entered the Promised Land (which corresponds closely to the boundaries of the nation of Israel today).


When you enter the land the Lord your God is giving you, do not learn to imitate the detestable ways of the nations there. 10Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, 11or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. 12Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord;… 13You must be blameless before the Lord your God (Deuteronomy 18:9-13).


That passage is from the Old Testament of the Bible. In the New Testament, the apostle Paul lists sorcery as one of many sinful practices that mark the lives of people who choose to walk in or near the Kingdom of Darkness: “Now the works of the flesh are evident: sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife . . . and things like these. I warn you, as I warned you before, that those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God” (Galatians 5:19-21).


A frightened sixty-year-old grandmother who was deeply involved practicing casting spells, divination and sorcery was frantically pouring out to me her story of a lifetime’s involvement in most all of the behaviors God forbade in Deuteronomy 18.


“The spirits have turned on me,” she cried. “A fortune teller I go to occasionally revealed that I was marked for death and would die within the week. Her face was terror and despair as she begged me for help.”


I had little to give. At that point in my ministry I knew so little about engaging Satan in spiritual warfare.


Two days later the funeral home called and asked if I could perform a funeral service for a sixty-year-old grandmother who had slipped in the bathtub and cracked open her skull on the faucet as she fell.


The Bible describes the bad spirits who operate in the spirit world as demons. Good spirits are angels.


Why is it so important to stay as far as possible from those who cast spells? Because, the language of spell casters, fortune tellers, sorcerers (et all) is the language of deceit.


The Apostle Paul wrote to a young pastor describing the process of deceit: “The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons (1 Timothy 4:1).


The wisest man who ever lived taught: “There is a way that appears to be right (to men and women), but in the end it leads to death” (Proverb 14:12).


One of our church ushers called to see me late one Friday afternoon.


He sat across from my desk as he detailed his experience attending a recent spiritism group meeting. He had invited a “spirit guide” into his life in order to give him help and guide him toward a successful and fulfilled life. He began to talk of demonic manifestations and strange occurrences and when he began to describe several out-of-body experiences I’d heard enough.


“What! were you! thinking!” I asked incredulously? “Didn’t you know that you were entering Satan’s territory?” I guess that I should not have been surprised. He was just a beginner in his Christian walk and didn’t know any better.


Suddenly, he stopped talking and fixed his eyes on a faraway place. After several moments, he twitched and said, “They’re back aren’t they?”

“Yes,” I replied. “So let’s do something about it.”


By the way, while he was talking, I reminded myself that this man was a Christian and had all the power of the Christian Holy Spirit for victory over the demonic spirit guides. I in no way think or believe that a Christian can be possessed by a demonic spirit. But, I have no doubt that our usher was certainly under attack by the demonic world.


My understanding is that every area of our lives that is not under the direct influence of the Holy Spirit is open to control by a demonic spirit.


John, one of Jesus’ disciples wrote: “You are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world” (1 John 4:4). The usher just needed to know how to secure victory.


Even the demons know that the Kingdom of Light holds more life and power than the Kingdom of Darkness. One of Jesus brothers wrote about the power of the Almighty God in a Bible book that carried his own name: “You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that—and shudder!” (Jude 19).


Jesus taught that in some circumstances the demonic stronghold is so entrenched that both prayer and fasting are needed to dislodge the manifesting spirit(s).


My experience is that 95% of the time getting free from a spirit guide or exposure to spiritism, sorcery, witchcraft, divination, and fortune telling (only God knows the future) is a simple matter of Christian discipleship.


The Process Is As Follows:


?Surrender to Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior. Place your faith in Him as the one who died on the cross in order to forgive all your sins. At the moment you receive Him into your life He gives the gift of eternal Salvation (John 3:16-18) as well as the gift of the Holy Spirit who indwells you in order to guide and empower your life (John 3:5-8).


?Check that no “Satanic Foothold” has taken hold of an area in your life (Ephesians 4:27). A “Satanic Foothold” results from committing a particular sin again and again until we open up ourselves to a spiritual attack in that particular area.


?Confess your sin of involvement with spirit guides, casting spells, divination and so forth.


?Repent of your involvement. Repent means to turn the other way. Turn your back on the occult world and never look back.


?In his book, James, the half-brother of Jesus described this part of the process: “Submit to God … Rebuke the Devil and he will flee from you” (James 4:7). Actively rebuke Satan and demand that on the basis of the powerful work of Jesus, that he leave you alone. Actively engage in spiritual warfare prayer. Submit your life fully to God and He promises that any demonic spirit(s) will be forced to depart.


Name Withheld, You might find it interesting to discover that the spell caster is in a precarious before God.


Balaam was a spell caster in the Bible who was hired by Balak to curse God’s people, Israel, and thus gain a huge reward for his troubles. Four times he attempted to curse Israel and each time God stopped him. In fact, God made his feelings about casting spells so clear that Balaam refrained from sorcery and tried never to do it again (Numbers 24:1).


However, God stands against Spell Casters (Numbers 22:1).


Balaam’s demise is dismissed almost as an afterthought. But, God had not forgotten: “They fought against Midian, as the Lord commanded Moses, and killed every man. Among their victims were Evi, Rekem, Zur, Hur and Reba—the five kings of Midian. They also killed Balaam son of Beor with the sword (Numbers 31:7-9).


I hope, Name Withheld, that I have given you a fair representation of the Biblical principles regarding the casting of spells. From my perspective, it is best to stay far away from the Kingdom of Darkness. I believe that now is a great time for you to come into the Kingdom of God by receiving Jesus Christ into your life as your Savior and Lord.


May God bless you with good days ahead.


Love, Roger

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