|Harry's worst Practice
Author: Timescribe PM
The tragedy of a man who lost his first love to the occult, and exhorts other people to steer clear of it.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Spiritual/Supernatural - Words: 369 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 06-20-10 - Status: Complete - id: 2819771
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Why POTTER around in the occult, or laugh at that woman, whose TV nose twitched?
Her relatives ruined the life of her husband, as soon as that couple got hitched.
Disguising a plot line of sin and destruction as comedy won't make it just.
A man with blue skin (who believes a tree sacred) is heading for spiritual bust.
An occult based influence opens the door to the channel of demons and thoughts,
Which take you away from the Lord, and subject you to soul stealing spiritual rorts.
You're baited (with powers) to think you can take on life's problems, without seeing flaws;
Like serving the Devil, who loves all those problems, as he is their definite cause.
The subtext of New Age in movies and TV has children soon drawn in soft core;
And promises light, which it couldn't deliver, but plays in a spiritual war.
But Jesus said "Satan cannot drive out Satan." So why give the bad side the nod?
Ephesians has what's really needed for battle: the full package armour of God.
A man (who spent 25 years as a Christian, aware that his Maker was near)
Was brought down to anger and constant frustration: a victim of ongoing fear;
Because he had lost the protection of Jesus from feelings of broken despair,
By giving his heart to a woman quite steeped in the realm of the Devil-may-scare.
But Jesus revived him, as soon as he left her; and showed him that nothing could beat
The Lord of the universe. Quoting from scripture is how to make Satan retreat.
The truth is not found in the bogus Convince-Me Code (written to subtly deny
The sovereign God, who has called us to Him, with an offer you can't let go by).
A life in God's kingdom has all the solutions, as humans are truly supposed
To be in relations with God the creator, whose front door will never be closed,
Unless, for a lifetime, you take a direction away from the call to respond.
God's plan (from the start) was to pilot our plane through our lives in a permanent bond.