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43 Years of Fame: 7 Years of Humility

Being an interpreter of dreams has to weigh heavy on a heart especially if you are 100% accurate in your expounding, and the news you are to reveal carries a message of conviction- as was the case with Daniel and King Nebuchadnezzar. Captive as a young Jew, Daniel was one ...

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Glorifying the Grotesque

The world teens are growing up in has been flipped upside down. What was once called darkness, evil, and horrific is now presented as beautiful, wondrous, and magnificent. Images such as slit writs, splattered blood, and rectified bones are becoming glorified as if they are the most natural depiction of beauty. ...

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The Two Sources of Supernatural Power

There is a rise of supernatural activity in these days, and it is important that we understand the difference between what is of God and what is not. A perfect illustration of this is when Moses and Aaron faced off in a supernatural showdown with the Egyptian sorcerers. And Aaron ...

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The New Age Movement is Nothing New

In a recent article, I described the deceptive nature of the New Age movement. While the occult tends to be more blatant in its dark and evil nature, New Age is often more veiled. It blends humanistic philosophy with occult practices, and often dresses up in religious terms and activities. ...

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The Deceptive Nature of the New Age Movement

One of the primary characteristics of the devil is that he is a deceiver. His motive is to bring destruction, but his primary weapon is deception. I wrote previously how the enemy draws people into the occult. The occult is known for its dark and destructive practices, but there is ...

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