Answering Questions About Signs and Wonders
Discerning Signs And Wonders
I want to write a little about signs and wonders from a scriptural viewpoint because of the many concerns and questions that some people have. We must be able to not only discern what is not from God but also to discern what is from God. Someone once said, “There are two ways to be deceived. One is to believe a lie, and the other is to refuse to believe the truth.” To call the work of the devil God’s work and to call God’s work the work of the devil are both equally deception. A few verses about signs and wonders and miracles…
Mark 16:17-18 (KJV) And these signs shall accompany them that believe: in my name shall they cast out demons; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall in no wise hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
Mark 16:20 (KJV) And they went forth, and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them, and confirming the word by the signs that followed. Amen.
Acts 14:3 (NIV) So Paul and Barnabas spent considerable time there, speaking boldly for the Lord, who confirmed the message of his grace by enabling them to perform signs and wonders.
Purposes Of Signs And Wonders
Signs are important to confirm God’s word.
John 2:11 This beginning of his signs did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and manifested his glory; and his disciples believed on him. (Referring to Jesus turning water to wine)
Hebrews 2:3-4 how shall we escape, if we neglect so great a salvation? which having at the first been spoken through the Lord, was confirmed unto us by them that heard; God also bearing witness with them, both by signs and wonders, and by manifold powers, and by gifts of the Holy Spirit, according to his own will.
Signs are to reveal God’s glory, or goodness.
John 2:23 Now when he was in Jerusalem at the passover, during the feast, many believed on his name, beholding his signs which he did.
John 3:2 the same came unto him by night, and said to him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God; for no one can do these signs that thou doest, except God be with him.
John 4:48 Jesus therefore said unto him, Except ye see signs and wonders, ye will in no wise believe.
Signs can bring people to faith in Christ’s name.
Acts 2:22 Ye men of Israel, hear these words: Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God unto you by mighty works and wonders and signs which God did by him in the midst of you, even as ye yourselves know
Acts 2:43 And fear came upon every soul: and many wonders and signs were done through the apostles.
2 Corinthians 12:12 Truly the signs of an apostle were wrought among you in all patience, by signs and wonders and mighty works.
Signs and wonders can be a mark of God’s approval on a messenger of the Gospel.
In several other scriptures in Acts we see signs and wonders bringing people and even whole cities to faith in Christ, and also being a great cause of persecution.
Romans 15:19 in the power of signs and wonders, in the power of the Holy Spirit; so that from Jerusalem, and round about even unto Illyricum, I have fully preached the gospel of Christ.
1 Corinthians 2:4-5 And my speech and my preaching were not in persuasive words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power: that your faith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God.
1 Corinthians 4:20 For the kingdom of God is not in word, but in power.
Signs and wonders are an integral part of fully preaching the gospel of Jesus.
Matthew 24:24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect.
2 Thessalonians 2:9 even he, whose coming is according to the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders
There are also signs and wonders that come from the evil one and are meant to lead people astray.
Now I must remark here that this is what concerns so many people. When I searched the word signs (using e-sword) in the New Testament I counted 6 times the word was used referring to demonic miracles. I found the word used 28 times referring to miracles from God. (This was not counting signs of the times or weather patterns.) Maybe we should not only be concerned about recognizing signs that are from the devil, but also be concerned if we are not seeing signs confirming God’s word!
It is just as much deception to think we don’t need signs and wonders and miracles as it is to be deceived by false ones. If we lack them it may be that the “Gospel” we are proclaiming is one that is a matter of talk, and not of power. We may deceive ourselves by making the gospel a matter of theory only and not reality. It is as if God is far off, as if we can’t know his will, as if God is stingy. It is as if Jesus never came in the flesh.
This is what our response to deceptive signs and wonders should be: true ones.
In Exodus 8 we read the story of Moses throwing down his rod before Pharaoh and it becoming a snake. The Egyptian magicians did the same thing. But Moses’ snake ate theirs!
In Acts 8 we read of a man named Simon who practiced sorcery and amazed the people. He was making himself out to be someone great, and they called him the “great power of God”. Yet when he saw the power of the Holy Spirit and the signs that were done through Philip he believed and was baptized, being amazed at the signs and wonders done through Phillip.
Also in Acts 13 we read of a sorcerer named Elymas who opposed the Gospel. Paul looked at him and told him that the hand of the Lord was against him and he would be blind for a time. Immediatly darkness came over him, and when the proconsul saw this sign from God, he believed the gospel.
It seems that many who criticize any signs are doing very little to show the real thing or to lead people to Jesus! Is this not also deception? It is off balance when we are more concerned with finding the fake than being familiar with the real thing, especially when the New Testament talks much more about the real thing than the fakes?
I want to talk about the fallacies of a few of the most common criticisms of supernatural signs and wonders.
Fallacious Criticisms Of Signs And Wonders
The fallacy of criticizing supernatural signs or miracles because we find witches doing similar things
In Exodus the Egyptian sorcerers imitated many of the signs that God had Moses do. Just because sorcerers did the same thing didn’t mean that the signs Moses did were not from God.
Only what is of value is worth counterfeiting. The devil isn’t an original guy, he is a counterfeiter. God is the one who created the real thing. You can’t do well recognizing counterfeit money by studying the fake. The way you recognize a counterfeit is by studying the real thing. I don’t study heresies. I recognize heresies because I have become familiar with the gospel.
Almost every belief and practice in Christianity is also found in some form in some foreign religion or cult. We could discredit most of our beliefs and practices because they are found in some other deceptive religion. Sorry, who came first? Is the devil the creator or the counterfeiter? You might as well say real money isn’t real because it looks too much like the counterfeit. That’s backward thinking, and it honors the devil above God.
There are demonic “healings”. It doesn’t mean that healing is from the devil! There are demonic tongues. It doesn’t mean that tongues are from the devil. There is demonic music, but music is not from the devil. There is demonic, perverted sex, but sex is not from the devil. There are demonic paintings, but painting is not from the devil. The list goes on and on.
The fallacy of criticizing a sign because it is not found specifically in the Bible or because it seems strange
Many people ask, “Why would God do that?”
First of all we need to put scripture in the right place. Jesus said:
John 5:39-40 Ye search the scriptures, because ye think that in them ye have eternal life; and these are they which bear witness of me; and ye will not come to me, that ye may have life.
Scripture is not a box to contain God in, but it is a revelation of who he is. We should certainly not accept anything that contradicts the revelation of Jesus that is in scripture. Yet it is wrong to use scripture to try to contain God.
The Bible says Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever, but it doesn’t say he doesn’t do anything new. “Behold, I do a new thing” (Isaiah 43:19) His nature is the same, and what He has said is the same. He will not contradict that. Yet God is free to reveal himself any way he wants to.
John 20:30-31 Many other signs therefore did Jesus in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book but these are written, that ye may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye may have life in his name.
John 21:25 And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself would not contain the books that should be written.
The Bible does not record all the miracles that Jesus did! It only gives us a small selection of the things he did! It would be far too much to write everything that he did! He did many miracles! He did perform some signs that we might not have understood:
Turning water into wine(Ask, why would God do that?)
Entering a locked room
Having Peter take a coin from a fish’s mouth
Walking on water
Making the disciples catch a ridiculous amount of fish.
Here are a few more interesting signs and miracles that the Bible records:
Oil being multiplied.
Writing on the wall
An arm instantly becoming leprous and then not leprous(Wouldn’t you think that looked like a devilish trick if you saw it today?)
A rod turning into a snake and then back into a rod (Why that?)
An axhead floating
A shadow moving on the steps
A fleece not getting wet when everything else did, then getting wet when everything else was dry.
I am sure that many of the above-listed signs and wonders would be considered demonic if they were seen happening today. I mean, what would you think if you saw a guy put his arm in his clothes and take it out again and it is leprous, then cover it and take it out again with no disease? Wouldn’t you think he must be from the devil?
The Bible talks fairly much about signs and wonders. 1 Corinthians 12:10 says that God gives the gift of the working of miracles. It doesn’t say specifically what all these miracles will be. You may see something and say it is not in the Bible(specifically). Well, it is in the Bible! These things come under the category of signs and wonders in scripture, which is a very general category. Scripture doesn’t explain what these will always be, although it does list a few that should be the norm for everyone who believes:
Mark 16:17-18 And these signs shall accompany them that believe: in my name shall they cast out demons; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall in no wise hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
Because we don’t find something specifically in the Bible doesn’t make it wrong. There are churches who believe music is wrong because it’s not written about in the New Testament in the context of the church. There are all kinds of other things we should question if we question a miracle just because that specific miracle is not recorded in the Bible. You could say having an alter call is wrong because you don’t see it done that way in the Bible. You could say that evangelistic skits are wrong because they are not mentioned in the Bible. Again, the list goes on and on!
The great fallacy is in prohibiting something that scripture does not prohibit. The Bible tells us to not go beyond what is written. In the end of the book of Revelation, there is a warning against anyone adding to or taking away from the book. It is just as wrong to add something scripture doesn’t say than to take away from scripture. If there is a sign that is not found in the Bible, or we are not told should be the norm, yet does not contradict it, we have grounds neither to make a doctrine out of it or to make a doctrine against it.
If we make things like being “slain in the Spirit” into doctrines than we are in error, and we are just as much in error if we say that God can’t do that. My mom got saved hearing Kathryn Kuhlman on the radio. Many people fell when she prayed for them, but she herself said that she didn’t understand it and it was not her doing it. She yielded herself to Jesus and that was what God did.
You have no right to tell God he can’t do that, or even that he can’t do it to the extreme and do it to everyone. He is God! Yes, there are several places in scripture where people fell when they experienced God, but nowhere are we told that should be the norm or is the sign of God touching someone. Therefore we have no basis to make being “slain in the spirit” into a doctrine as to what should be the norm, neither do we have any basis to make a doctrine against it! To do so would be adding to scripture, which is just as wrong as taking away from scripture!
The fallacy of criticizing signs because they bring division
Signs have always brought division.The signs and miracles that Jesus and the Apostles did were some of the greatest causes of persecution.The Pharisees said that the work Jesus did was from the devil. They said that he cast out demons by the prince of demons. They called Jesus the “Lord of the flies,” and Jesus promised that they would treat us the same and worse. We should expect that when God does something people will say that it is by the power of the devil that those things are happening. Through all history, the work of God has been opposed and called the work of the devil. Jesus said he came not to bring peace but a sword. It is foolish to say that something is wrong just because it is controversial. The truth is always controversial.
Today as in Jesus’ time, many signs and manifestations have played a part in many people being transformed. In the great revivals we read about in history, in the first and second Great Awakenings, there were always manifestations that accompanied salvation and transformation of people. Again and again, throughout history, there were those who opposed these revivals and said that the signs and manifestations that happened were demonic.
When does the devil bring people into right relationships and reveal Jesus to them? When does the devil set people free from addictions to sexual perversion or drugs? When does the devil stop a couple from getting a divorce and restore the life in their marriage? When does the devil give someone an experience that encourages them so much to preach the Gospel that they endure incredible opposition and end up starting thousands of churches, bringing Christ to unreached people groups, and adopting thousands of Orphans? All of these things are some of the fruit of many of the signs that have been criticized based on faulty premises.
The fallacy of criticizing signs because you don’t understand them
This is dangerous as you might be opposing God. Scripture says not to judge before the proper time. Corinthians says that the natural mind doesn’t understand the things of the Spirit, and they are offensive to it.
1 Corinthians 2:9-14 but as it is written, Things which eye saw not, and ear heard not, And which entered not into the heart of man, Whatsoever things God prepared for them that love him. But unto us God revealed them through the Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. For who among men knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of the man, which is in him? even so the things of God none knoweth, save the Spirit of God. But we received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is from God; that we might know the things that were freely given to us of God. Which things also we speak, not in words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Spirit teacheth; combining spiritual things with spiritual words. Now the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him; and he cannot know them, because they are spiritually judged.
It is a serious thing to slander God’s work and call it the work of the devil. If you are not sure about something but have no real reason to know it is a false sign other than that you don’t understand why God would do it, Wait! I myself am writing these things because when I used to always get offended with almost anyone who talked about God’s power, yet I didn’t know why. It was a bad feeling I had, I had no basis for it, but I thought it was discernment. The problem was really that I was still naturally minded and the things of the Spirit of God were still foolishness to me.
The fallacy of criticizing a sign because of men’s imperfections or foolishness, or because there is sometimes emotionalism concerning signs
God has put his treasure in jars of clay. Everyone in scripture who God used made mistakes or did foolish things at times. That did not mean that God wasn’t using them. There is nothing wrong with emotion, in fact, there is something wrong if there is no emotion in our relationship with God! The Bible talks of us having a joy unspeakable and full of Glory as we receive the outcome of our faith, the salvation of our souls. Now how can you expect someone to have that kind of joy and not laugh? Extreme emotion is often the norm when people are reconciled to God.
I often think of one preacher who pushed me when he prayed for me. It was so foolish, I was thinking “come on, do you think everyone needs to fall over when you pray for them?” However, the next person in line was someone I knew personally, who did fall down.(I think it may have been the first time anything like that happened to him). He told me how the man prayed and all the sudden he fell down, and he didn’t know why. He told me that after that a sexual addiction he had was just gone. I would be foolish to say that was the work of the devil! However, I can say openly that it was silly for that preacher to think he needed to push me! Just because the preacher did something that was immature, thinking he needed to push me, did not discredit the deliverance my friend experienced by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Lying Signs And Wonders Today
I know that there are many lying signs and wonders today. There are many amazing things that some people in witchcraft do. There are shape-shifters, who change their bodies and take on the form of animals. I know a story of a Buddhist priest who became so furious when his daughter turned to Jesus that he ran his sword through his stomach and pulled it out and it instantly healed. His daughter saw it and questioned her faith in God for three years. The devil appeared to a young man in Argentina and offered him many things if that man would serve him. He put a black paste in his teeth to fill the man’s cavities.
I have met many people who were involved in occult healing. Some of them were new-agers, some offered sacrifices to idols. The thing I found is that though there are demonic miracles, they are deceptive and bring death. Jesus said that the thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, but that He came that we might have abundant life. Many people are healed of one thing demonically only to get more sicknesses and keep going back to witchcraft to be healed of everything. Others may be healed of one thing but after they are healed of that they constantly see an evil eye staring at them and are constantly tormented by fear. It seems to me that there is a higher percentage of sickness and disease among those who practice spiritualistic or New-Age healing than there is among any normal group of people. So what do I do when there are these demonic healings? I show them the real thing. They are healed and ask questions and I tell them the Gospel. I tell them that I come to God through Jesus. When they experience the real thing from God they realize that it is of a different nature than what they had practiced. It brings true life.
How do you discern if miracles are from God or not? Are they in line with the testimony of scripture or in opposition? They do not have to found specifically in scripture but must not be in opposition to scripture. Are they leading people to God or away? Are they bringing life or death? Do the people who are doing them bring people to Jesus or oppose the message of the Gospel? Are the people who are doing these things doing them by manipulation, or by accessing God through Jesus? These are a few of the questions we can ask. Are these signs accompanied by the message of the gospel spoken in purity?
A Few Signs I Have Seen Or Experienced From God
The Bible says in Romans:
Romans 8:31-32 What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who is against us? He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not also with him freely give us all things?
God is extremely generous. It is his good pleasure to give us his kingdom!
Weight or heat on the hands
I often ask people if I can show them something and ask them to hold their hands out. I pray and they usually start to feel something on their hands, especially a weight. The word “Glory” in Hebrew literally means a weightiness. I explain to them that God is real and that we can touch him through Jesus. I tell them I have access to God because I have been reconciled to God and all my sin was laid on Jesus. I tell them the Gospel isn’t just some nice sounding theory but is a reality. I explain that Jesus is the only way to come to the Father.
I remember when I was 13 hearing the simple message of the Gospel preached with great power. So many people were weeping and turning to God with all their hearts. I remember the sound of wailing and crying when people saw their need for Jesus, and that sound turned into the sound of uncontrollable laughter as people felt the joy of salvation and being reconciled to God. It was beautiful. There was one time that the victory of Jesus became so real to me that I started laughing and laughing and laughing. I was laughing because God was so so good and because when I saw what Jesus had done, everything the devil was trying to do looked so little.
I just watched a man start laughing last Sunday as he watched his wife being healed.
I think it is so crazy that people say laughing is from the devil! The Bible says salvation produces joy unspeakable and full of glory! Why should we not expect people to laugh when they understand the glorious message of the gospel?
Falling over, trembling and jerking with God’s power
These things are actually found many times in scripture. I have experienced them too. Our bodies don’t always know how to react to God’s power. It can be overwhelming.
There are many people who were used greatly by the Lord after an experience they had where they didn’t know what to do with their bodies. Heidi Baker was a missionary to Africa who was sick and burnt out and felt like she didn’t know how she could go on. When she was in Toronto God healed her. God’s power was on her body in such a way that for seven days she needed help to do everything, even go to the bathroom. She heard God’s voice audibly and saw visions. God kept physically setting her upside down on her head and dropping her. It would be easy to think that was the devil if you saw it! God was telling her that her whole view of what it meant to be an apostle was upside down and that an apostle is to be the servant of all.
She returned to Africa to once again go through great hardship, but her experience with God gave her strength to persevere. Now she and the others who work with her have started over 6000 churches in Africa! It is said to be the greatest church-planting movement in history. The hardest and most wicked of people have been saved and transformed by the gospel. And they have adopted thousands of orphans!
Of course trembling and falling over and other things can often be demonic manifestations too. An evil spirit may throw someone down and torment them. If we are familiar with the Lord we will learn to recognize when what is happening is caused by a tormenting spirit. But let us stop judging by mere appearances and judge with right judgement, as Jesus commanded! Sometimes we may not be sure what is going on, but if we know someone personally we may see the change in their life and recognize that God was working. Thousands of stories of people have had an experience with God’s power that may have been offensive to some, yet they were transformed. Many marriages have been saved from divorce, many healed, and many addictions broken. There are also many others like Heidi who went on to bring hundreds of thousands of people to Jesus to the point of bringing tangible change to whole cities and cultures. I am concerned when people think that these experiences are always or usually from the devil. It seems like their devil is much bigger than their God.
Metro token falling out of thin air
I was going to preach in Russia with my ex-girlfriend and we were running late. There was a long line to buy metro tokens but we only had one and we needed one more. We walked into the metro and a token fell from -somewhere- right in from of us and we picked it up and went right in and were not so late to preach
Gold dust, diamonds and gems from heaven
When I was in Russia there was gold dust on my girlfriend’s bed and on her face for two weeks in a row. I don’t think she had ever heard of such things happening, but we were overwhelmed with God’s love and God’s goodness. When I came home I sat and told my parents of all the things that God did in Russia. As I was telling my parents of what God did gold appeared on my face and on my mom’s face. What is the point of the gold? Well, they say the streets are made of it in heaven! The real point is not the gold in itself but in the way that we experienced God’s goodness. It is in the way that Jesus became real to us and the way we were overwhelmed by God’s generosity. These experiences pointed us to things that scripture says about God’s nature.
In another place, my seat became supernaturally covered with blue Sapphire dust. The Bible does say a lot about precious stones, especially in heaven, and these may be symbolic of certain things. When this happened to me I wept and wept because I was so overwhelmed by God’s love.
I have a friend who used to be very opposed to anything supernatural. He is a very Godly young man who loves Jesus. He has a collection of close to 30 diamonds that he has picked up from the floor in times of worship. I also remember meeting a lady who lived in New Jersey. We heard that when they had worship meetings at their house many gems and chunks of gold would fall all over. They did not sell them, but they were a sign of God’s goodness. I saw some of the large chunks of gold with gemstones embedded in them.
A man I have know for a long time was very skeptical and said he wouldn’t believe it unless God slapped him upside the head. He went there and came back with the whole side of his head covered with gold dust. God used this to humble him. He said “God did slap me upside the head!” The fruit I have seen from these things has usually been good. They have drawn people to Jesus and made him real to them. I’ve seen people weep and weep because of the way these gifts revealed God’s love to them. I have also seen a few people make these things the primary focus or the things they are seeking. That’s not good, or what God intends. The primary thing we should seek is to know God, and that Jesus be revealed, however it needs to happen. The point is the goodness and generosity of God, not the diamonds or gold.
Oil flowing supernaturally from someone’s hands
I have seen this too, and not just a little! One place I was where it happened, the person was just an ordinary person in the service. He laid hands on three people there who were healed of terminal illnesses. However, I have seen people who were a little too infatuated with this and they would always look at the sweat on their hands and think it was oil! I think such silliness only makes some people more skeptical! Again, the primary point is not the oil, the point is what the sign is pointing to. Signs are meant to show us something and to reveal Jesus!
Warm oil on the head
During one of the hardest times in my life, when I was heartbroken, someone took the time to say some very kind things to me that really encouraged me. As this lady was speaking I physically felt warm oil pouring over my head. It felt so good that it really helped me. Since then I have prayed for people and asked God to pour the oil of his love over them, and they sometimes physically feel the same thing. It really helps to heal people’s hearts, as well as points to a lot of scriptures, such as Psalm 133.
Supernatural rain inside the house
One day I was coming home from work and I saw a Kay Jewelers sign on the highway that said “Pray for Rain! (Your ring might be free).” I was thinking of scriptures telling us to ask the Lord for rain all day long.At that time there was a friend staying with me who had previously been involved in a lot of witchcraft but had become a Christian. When I got home from work he told me he had one of the craziest experiences with God that he ever had. He had been working in the house and praying. He felt like he needed a lot of answers and was listening to a worship song about asking God for rain. He started to cry out “God send your rain in my life” and it literally started to rain in the house. He physically felt it falling on him and literally saw it. Later when he had doubts about his faith he remembered that.
I was amazed because I had been thinking about the scripture commanding us to pray for rain all day long. I went to the youth meeting that night and the first three worship songs were“Rain Down,” “Let it Rain,” and some other song about rain. Later my mom had an experience where she was in the midst of a rainstorm and it supernaturally did not rain on her. These experiences really led to me meditating on a lot of scriptures and sharing the message in those scriptures and the occurrences. It was like God telling us that he wants us to ask, he wants us to believe, and we need to pray for rain. This had to do especially with James chapter 5 and the prayer of a righteous man, and these events encouraged many to believe these scriptures and to pray. These signs certainly led to Jesus and also led to increased focus on certain truths that are written in scripture.
An angel stirring the water
I was in Western PA preaching. On Sunday morning, probably close to everyone in the whole church who had needed to be healed was healed. There was a teenager who had a crooked spine and it straightened out, and many other wonderful things happened. Sunday night I was sharing again and encouraging the people about spiritual gifts.
After the preaching, a lady and a little girl came to me and told me that they had a half-full water bottle sitting in front of them. They said that as I was preaching something began to stir the water in the water bottle. The lady at first thought the little girl was imagining this, but she looked and the water really was being stirred.
I didn’t believe they were lying, but I didn’t understand it at first. The next day I thought of the story of the pool of Bethesda in the book of John. There was an angel that stirred the waters, and the first person who got in would be healed. It seemed to me that the water being stirred was a sign from God that this church would be a place people came to so they could be healed. Just after that, someone back in eastern PA told me of a friend in Western PA who needed to be healed and wanted to go to that little country church to be prayed for. She had heard about the miracles that happened there.
Let’s Show People God’s Power!
I hope this has been helpful to somebody. It is by far not an all-inclusive list of the many signs and miracles I have seen, just a few examples in order to try to help people see the purpose of these things. Comments or questions are welcome. Let’s keep our focus on the Lord and also welcome anything he wants to do! Let’s not add to scripture or take away from it! Let’s preach the Gospel and believe the Gospel so that it will be confirmed with signs and wonders. Let’s show the people who have been impressed with lying wonders the real thing, so they will turn from the power of darkness to the power of God.I believe that when our children grow up knowing the power of God they will not so easily turn to Wicca and other occult activities. We have a responsibility to show people God’s power!
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