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Beware of the Bewitching Spell: Are You a Candidate?

In the spiritual realm, there's a phenomenon often overlooked—a subtle bewitching that can entangle even the most well-intentioned souls. In Pastor Alan Young's message, "Are You A Candidate For Being Bewitched?", he focused on Acts 8:9-13 and Galatians 3:1 to illuminate the signs and symptoms of falling under this bewitching spell. Are you a candidate for this mystifying enchantment?

Let's find out.

Bewitching can sneak in through these three access points:

1. Lack of Knowledge One telltale sign of susceptibility to bewitchment is a lack of knowledge. Acts 8:9-13 introduces us to Simon the Sorcerer, a man who astonished many with his sorceries. Yet, when confronted with the true power of God, his lack of spiritual knowledge left him bewitched by the superficial and blind to the divine.

2: Lack of Understanding In Galatians 3:1, the apostle Paul queries the Galatians about their lack of understanding. Falling prey to bewitchment often involves an inability to comprehend the depth of spiritual truths. It's like seeing a mesmerizing illusion and missing the grand design behind it.

3: Lack of Consistency Consistency in faith is a powerful shield against bewitchment. In Acts 8, the bewitched crowds were swayed by Simon's sorceries because they lacked a consistent foundation in their beliefs. When your faith is unwavering and steadfast, the bewitching spell finds no fertile ground.

Break the Bewitchment! In conclusion, the bewitching spell is real, and its effects can be subtle yet destructive. But take heart, for knowledge, understanding, and unwavering faith can break its grip. As we delve deeper into these scriptures, we'll uncover the secrets to resisting bewitchment and embracing the unshakable truths of the divine. Stay tuned for the journey ahead.

🌟Be sure to listen to the entire message and study the whole chapter of the reference scriptures in your spare time. and join our Monthly Small Group to dig deeper together!


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