Saturday, July 21, 2007

Harry Potter is ‘sorcery,’ not entertainment

America has given herself over to sorcery if the millions spent for Harry Potter indicate anything. Some think it’s just entertainment. The Bible issues stern warnings against sorcery: “Then will I come near to you for judgment; and I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers and against the adulterers, against false swearers and against those that oppress the hireling in his wages, the widow, and the fatherless…” (Malachi 3:5)

I believe God’s marking angels that have charge over each city are now marking those who groan over America’s gross sins. Judgment must soon follow and it has begun at God’s house.

Terrorists are here and marking cities also. But few are taking this seriously. Many are benumbed with Harry Potter or too busy screaming at President Bush, “Get out of the war!”

Our great opportunity in this window before the next attack is to repent. Jesus Christ, the only way to God, is still crying out: “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”

Is anyone listening?

ANDERSON, South Carolina

Of course turning water to wine is not sorcery? I guess the only way to tell by who's doing it. If it's someone we agree with, then it's not sorcery. If it's someone we don't agree with, then it is.

As for shouting "get out of the war", I actually hear the words "it must be fought rationally and that's not what you're doing".

Here's a man who lives in a storybook land, pointing at a storybook land and claiming his storybook land is more real ... imagining his angels flying around with big wings are somehow more believable than Harry Potter flying around on a broomstick!

On second though, perhaps he fears that Harry Potter flying around on a broom stick is more believable.

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