“Christian” Fortune Tellers Now Offer Destiny Card Readings
Disavowed by even the false prophets at Bethel Church Redding, the Christalignment movement dresses up tarot cards, fortune telling, and dream interpretation as “Christian” and markets these for $10 a session.
It takes only a little understanding of the Bible and of occult practices to see that Christians ought not be soliciting “destiny card readings” or seeking “spiritual healing” from those who offer dream interpretation services by email.
Some sacrilege has to be seen to be believed. Christian, take heed. Understand the dark times we live in. Anything branded as “healing” and “spiritual” can attract a crowd. How much more, then, ought we who have the true gospel be offering it to a hungry world?
Tell the world where healing is to be found. On some level, they know they need it.
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