His Wife Practices Witchcraft
If this concept is new to you, it will be hard. Nevertheless, it is truth. You want the truth, I know. You want your husband to overcome. Reality is very important. If you are practicing witchcraft, you are opening the door to all the demons of hell to have their way with you and your family. You may not have heard of this before, but it’s in your Bible. You need to question why you’ve never heard of it.
Solution #4: Of course, the answer is to stop, confess, repent, renounce, and never look back. Let’s begin with the obvious, and this is not a complete list:
- If you are now, or ever have done horoscopes, D&D, Ouija, etc., then you must stop.
- Read occult fiction? Stop.
- Watch occult movies? Stop.
- Demonic computer games? Stop.
- “Into” Indian religions? Stop.
- TM, yoga, ninja, jujitsu, karate, etc., all have to go.
- Own pagan statuary? It is an offense to God.
Throw all this, and any similar trash, into a big pile and burn it. Yes, burn it. Find people to pray with you. Find friends who believe God about what He said on these matters to explain to you: How much he meant what He said!
It’s an emergency. There is no time or room for arguing about this. You are in danger. Get help. You’ll love being free.
If you are thinking how good you are to be so free, you are the primary target of this post, because you do understand. So, look at one verse of Scripture, 1 Samuel 15:23: “For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.” Is the Lord already speaking to your heart?
Dear Sister, if you are rebelling against your husband’s leading, you are opening the door to witchcraft in your home. I know this is a heart-breaking Word, if you’re taking it seriously. Please, take it seriously. You are playing with fire.
When your husband expresses his will and your thoughts turn rebellious, you’re rebelling against God, similar to Saul. Your excuses are sounding like Saul’s. It doesn’t matter if your husband seems mistaken. It doesn’t matter if you are expert at the subject about which he reserves judgment. It doesn’t matter if his decisions are untimely, or even waste time. Nothing else matters if witchcraft is in the home. How unfair to expect good decisions from a man living alongside witchcraft!
The first move is up to you, no matter what your husband has done. Go to God and repent. Weep and wail for the misery that has and will overcome you. Then apologize to your husband. After that, you must commit the rest of your life to walk in submission to God, through your husband.
If you see you’ve caused the problem, do whatever you must to stop. How can anyone survive, spiritually, living within an invitation to witchcraft? Close the door to the enemy and watch your husband begin to walk freer. Watch your children begin to walk freer. Watch them begin to understand submission and submit more freely to you.
The enemy will hate this move. He’ll batter the windows of your soul with storms you never dreamed of. Don’t be afraid: fear is another storm to make you give up. Don’t give up. Close the windows. Walk in love for your Savior and for your husband. Love will give you bravery. Ask God to perfect your love for Him, and your family. His love will tame the raging rebellion lion. Then you’ll experience one of my favorite Scriptures: Ps 85:10 Mercy and truth are met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other.
It sounds so good, doesn’t it? It is good. It is the peace that passes all understanding, dwelling in your heart, your home, and your life—worth any price. Invite the Prince of Peace into your existence. You will never be sorry you did.
6 thoughts on “Seven Reasons Your Christian Husband Can’t Do Better – Part 4”
Good post! I had never thought about that verse in relationship to husbands before. Parents, yes, but not husbands. It’s been a while since I’ve considered that verse at all, in fact.
Oh, THANK YOU, Amy! It took a lot of nerve for me to put this out there for comment, even, but I just know it is true, so how could I hide the truth? I am so glad you commented and were so kind! Yes, it does apply to the marriage relationship and it can set one to-thinkin’. 🙂
Our society is in the sad condition it’s in precisely because those who DO know better are afraid to speak the blatant truth to those who don’t. Be of good courage! You will find many who will argue with you, but at least you won’t be guilty of hiding the truth from those who may be ready to hear it.
Thanks for your sweet encouragement, here–like apples of gold . . . So far, none blatantly argue, although some are mixed up in their thoughts when they comment. Like I was once. 🙂
Now all I have to do is post the rest. Ha.
Well said—and so timely. So many have confused submission to authority wih something bad. Being willing to submit to authority is a good and necessary thing. ..and obviously you said it SO much better than me!!
Not at all. Thanks for this compliment, though. 🙂 Yes, submission is totally necessary. It was the source of Jesus’ power, after all.