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  1. I completely agree. CCM is like a cancer to any Bible preaching church that let's it in.
  2. You aren't telling the truth. He did ignore exactly what it said and what it meant.
  3. I gave you scripture and you ignored it. " My people ask counsel at their stocks, and their staff declareth unto them: for the spirit of whoredoms hath caused them to err, and they have gone a whoring from under their God." Hosea 4:12 So where do you get those superstitious ideas anyway? Certainly not from scripture that's for certain. The 'rods moved' because the devils of hell make them move. They want you to trust in something other than prayer and God's Holy Spirit leading according to scripture. Point; Even though you disagree if you were to look up resources on THIS SUBJECT...you would still have to type in 'divining', 'divining rods', or 'water witching' to any search engine to find information on the subject. So stop trying to slither around the truth of the matter by denying what it is and always has been: divination and/or water witching.
  4. A Christian doesn't need physical objects...least of all divining objects, to find water. All one needs is the guidance of the Holy Spirit in answer to prayer. Please read Hosea 4:12 and stop rationalizing. Best wishes.
  5. I acknowledge that you are very confused and that those of your persuasion have a terrible sense of timing.
  6. Is water witching biblical? " My people ask counsel at their stocks, and their staff declareth unto them: for the spirit of whoredoms hath caused them to err, and they have gone a whoring from under their God." Hosea 4:12 There isn't any kind of 'witching' that is acceptable to the Lord. A farmer divining. The three witches in Macbeth.
  7. I'd rather not. That position is of little interest to me.
  8. A future pope may well be the 'false prophet' but not the Antichrist. There have been many 'antichrists' but there will only be one ANTICHRIST during the coming tribulation. (Rev. 13).
  9. "They told us that when the Roman Empire was taken out of the way, the man of sin, Antichrist would be revealed." That did not happen. The Roman Empire fell and no antichrist, no mark of the beast, no world government, no plagues, no bowls of wrath, etc. etc. Those things are yet future. We will be removed BEFORE the Lord pours out his wrath: Luke 21:34-37.
  10. Right. Likewise we can find water without a witching stick. But you quoted a man who mentions this BEFORE the law of Moses and there was therefore no law against it.
  11. It's also known as 'water-witching'. http://www.motherearthnews.com/modern-homesteading/witching-for-water-zmaz70ndzgoe.aspx Now try to justify it by using scripture.

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