“Actually, we find great satisfaction in walking in love, and that’s because the Holy Spirit gives us satisfaction as we walk in love. As we abide in Christ we’re filled with the fruits of the Spirit like love, joy and peace….”
Cam raiD Something about this video hit me harder than most… I am mostly good and I hope humble, compared to many around me and my parents were fiercely atheistic but very good and strong too. I love weed. I have had such a good time of the ‘world’ so far, that passages like the ‘camel and the eye of the needle’ rest on my mind. I get troubled about christian dogmatism. I abstain from weed, and things seem to go generally worse, so I then resume and things go smoother and all round better.
Do you need to be stone sober to get to know God?.. It seems like most of my deepest learnings and steps have been under the influence of weed.
Da Bawse It’s the devil if u can’t stop doing weed it means it’s an addiction and addictions are sins
Disciple Robert weed is 100% of the devil. People say its just a plant…yeah, but so is opium and in fact ALL such drugs are from plant sources in some form or other and yes they do indeed destroy people’s lives and enable demonic powers to rule them. No animal products cause addiction. So being just a plant is not an excuse to believing it is harmless. Alcohol is also from plants. but it also causes destruction and opens you up to being influenced by the devil. It was one of the watchers, the sons of God who fell, who taught mankind the use of plants for drugs. The other, Azazel, taught mankind warfare. God was furious with these and had them bound in chains till the day of judgment. Weed will continue to open yourself up to destructive forces of demons in your life and keep you from knowing Christ and saving yourself in his name by abiding in him. Continue reading “Person says “things go smoother when I smoke weed””→
It’s important for people to know that *real, evil spirits* directly cause the addiction. When people understand this the process makes sense.
If a born-again Christian willfully lusts, real lust demons have a right to drive that lust in our bodies until we *fully* repent. *Complete* repentance is necessary to be free.
We can always fall away again:
Once we’re free, if we willfully lust again [giving into it instead of rejecting the temptation], demons will again come in and drive that lust. Lust never satisfies, and really is bondage, demonic control — not “freedom.”
We can’t play around with this thing. It removes the peace and joy from our lives, and keeps us from inheriting eternal life, because we walked according to the flesh, and not according to the Spirit. We allowed ourselves to become prodigal, and then have no right to inherit the kingdom of God until we repent. See especially: Gal. 5:19-6:8, Rom. 8:1-17 and Mt. 5:27-30 to be free!
How is it okay that today’s ‘churches’ no longer have the presence of the Lord?
“In 1975…, I walked into a Bible study with Keith … during worship…, and I felt the presence of the Lord. And I thought ‘I don’t know what these people have, but I want it.’ … So it was the presence of the Lord that touched me before I ever heard the gospel. … So worship is an essential part. …
There’s something that the presence of God, and worship, and prayer touches in our spirit….”