THE BIBLE SAYS -
A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.
IT STARTS OFF INNOCENTLY ENOUGH AND THEN IT GETS WORSE AND WORSE. FINALLY IT GETS INTO THE REALM OF THE OCCULT AND SATANISM.
WHO WOULD HAVE EVER DREAMED 25 YEARS AGO THAT WE WOULD SEE WHAT WE HAVE SEEN IN THE "DEVIL-LUTION" OF TOYS
? QUESTION ?
How can we know and discern the caricatures which are of an evil nature so as to turn our children's eyes from evil?
POINTS FOR EVALUATION:
- If all the world is involved and approves of it, that is the first sign of warning for us to beware. James 4:4, I John 2:15
- Does the character change from one physical nature to another?
- Does the character perform magic or acts of power superior to human ability?
- Do any of the characters have romantic relationships encouraging intermingling of human and animal flesh even if subtly, innocently represented? (Deuteronomy 27:21)
- Are any of the characters themselves a mutation being part animal and part human flesh?
- Do the known characters dress, speak and conduct themselves in a modest, respectful manner without any demonic symbolism present? (Examples of satanic symbolism: dragons, crescent moon and stars, scary monster-beasts, nakedness).
So what's wrong with a character that performs "good" magic to help someone? Read what the Bible says about wizards and witches in Deuteronomy 18:10-12.
In verse 12, the Bible states,
"For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord".
One lady gave a testimony about watching "Bewitched" as a child. It was a weekly television program about a pretty good witch married to a mortal. She could recall with all her might, "wishing that she could be a witch!", after watching an episode. When you think about what she was asking - that is scary!" THE PERILOUS TIMES - MAY 1997 Page 10.
THE BIBLE SAYS
Neither give place to the devil.
Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely,:think on these things.
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