youtubeWith only 51 subscribers, my YouTube influence online is minimal at best.  Yet, I received a notice of a court order from my country of birth stating that one of the testimony videos I shared is considered hate speech and has been blocked in Brazil.

COPY OF THE COURT ORDER I received from YouTube:

  • YOUTUBE received a court order from Brazil regarding a video that I shared on my YouTube channel.
  • The court order required YouTube in Brazil to block the video testimony of Ivone Silva, Ex-Candomblé practitioner who became a Christian that I shared on my channel “in gods we trusted”.
  • YouTube notified me via email, with the attached court order stating that they must comply with Brazilian local law.
  • If the video was not blocked within 72 hours of court order on my channel in Brazil, YouTube would be fined over $100,000 daily and would be responsible for any legal costs involved with the case. (Note:  Ivone Silva’s testimony is still available on my YouTube channel here in the US, but it is in Portuguese).
  • This law deems this Christian video testimony to be offensive to African religions practiced in Brazil (i.e. Candomblé/ Umbanda); and that it is considered to instigate hate, prejudice, and discrimination.
  • The defendant (YouTube) is no longer allowed to re-introduce this particular video in Brazil. (Note:  Any video with similar content such as my personal testimony of leaving Umbanda for Christianity falls under this law considering it hate speech/ religious intolerance).
  • YouTube is ordered to supply the Brazilian government with the date, hour, location, and IP number of computers utilized to post this type of video. (Note:  My computer IP number, location, etc. has possibly been flagged by the Brazilian government).
  • The reason I post this is to alert Christians that testimonies such as mine, and many others are considered by law in Brazil as religious intolerance and hate speech.
  • I am not legally being charged, however if my testimony (or any similar testimony) is reported in Brazil, these videos must be blocked in order to comply with local Brazilian laws.

On April 3, 2019, I received the following email:

“Dear Ivani Greppi – In gods we trusted: Regarding your account: Ivani Greppi – In gods we trusted.  We have received a court order regarding your video.  

After review, the following video: Testemunho Forte Ex Mãe de Santo da Bahia Ivone Silva:  has been blocked from view on the following YouTube country site(s): Brazil.

YouTube blocks content where necessary to comply with local laws.  Please review our help center article on legal complaints.

The YouTube Team”

Today, April 6, 2019, I received the email and actual court order from Brazil:


Apr 6 at 7:17 AM


Enviamos este e-mail para informar que o YouTube recebeu o mandado anexado juntamente com uma petição inicial legal acerca de seu vídeo do YouTube: 

De acordo com o mandado, a visualização do conteúdo em questão foi bloqueada no domínio do país.


Equipe de suporte jurídico do YouTube”

Translation of the “Legal Support Team of YouTube Brazil” email above:


We are sending this email to inform that YouTube received the annexed order along with an initial legal petition regarding your video on YouTube:

In accordance with the order, the visualization of the content in question was blocked in the country’s domain (Brazil).

Legal Support Team of YouTube”

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The annexed 11-page court order submitted by the Judiciary Power of the Federal Justice of Rio de Janeiro is a Public Civil Action authored by the Federal Ministry against the Defendant:  Google Brasil Internet. 

PDF link to the court order:  10. Sentença – Procedência em parte (Remoção) – Improcedência (Dano moral)-2

In summary, the paraphrased translation of this document states the following:

“The Public Federal Ministry proposes Public Civil Action against Google Brasil Internet requiring to remove all contents from the internet within 72 hours, under the penalty of daily fines of $500.000,00 Reais (approximately $127,000 dollars) to be reverted to the Common and Collective Rights (article 13 of Law 7.347/ 1985) and supplying by the defendant information regarding the date, hour, location, and IP number of computers utilizing the posting of videos. In final merit, it is asked that (such videos) be excluded definitely from the internet, offensive to African religions, and the instigators of hate, prejudice, and discrimination determining that the defendant take the necessary measures in order that the same is no longer re-introduced with the penalty of fines for reparation to collective moral damages in accordance with the gravity of the case, time of exposure on the internet…including legal expenses, costs, (etc.)”

The video I shared is the testimony of Ivone Silva of Brazil, who left the spiritist practice of Candomblé for Christianity:


Powerful Testimony by Ivone Silva (Mãe-de-Santo), previously known as Mãe Baiana do Brasil (Baiana Mother of Brazil). Here’s the link: EX-MÃE DE SANTO BAINA-TESTEMUNHO DE IVONE SILVA

Wikipedia:  “A Mãe-de-santo is a priestess of Umbanda, Candomblé and Quimbanda, the Afro-Brazilian religions. In Portuguese, this translates to “mother of [the] saint[s],” which is an adaption of the Yoruba language word iyalorishá, a title given to priest women in African religions. Iyá means mother, and the contraction l’Orishá means “of Orishá”. As a product of the syncretism, the word Orishá (elevated or ancestral spirit) was adapted into Portuguese as saint.”

Wikipedia: “Candomblé (Portuguese pronunciation: [kɐ̃dõmˈblɛ], “dance in honor of the gods”) is an Afro-Brazilian religious tradition, practiced mainly in Brazil by the povo de santo (“people of saint”). Candomblé originated in Salvador, Bahia at the beginning of the 19th century, when the first temple was founded. Candomblé is practiced primarily in Brazil and is also practiced in other Latin American countries, including Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Venezuela, having as many as two million followers. Candomblé developed in a creolization of traditional Yoruba, Fon, and Bantu beliefs brought from West and Central Africa by enslaved captives in the Portuguese Empire. Between 1549 and 1888, the religion developed in Brazil, influenced by the knowledge of enslaved African priests who continued to teach their religion, their culture, and language. In addition, Candomblé absorbed elements of Roman Catholicism and includes indigenous American traditions. As an oral tradition, it does not have holy scriptures. Practitioners of Candomblé believe in a Supreme Creator called Oludumaré, who is served by lesser deities, which are called Orishas. Every practitioner is believed to have their own tutelary orisha, which controls his or her destiny and acts as a protector. Music and dance are important parts of Candomblé ceremonies since the dances enable worshippers to become possessed by the orishas. In the rituals, participants make offerings like minerals, vegetables, and animals. Candomblé does not include the duality of good and evil; each person is required to fulfill their destiny to the fullest, regardless of what that is.”

The Candomblé Priestess Ivone Silva was famous worldwide. Many elite customers in Hollywood like Sylvester Stallone, Gloria Estefan, and many others paid large amounts for her spiritual services. During a flight to Miami from Brazil, an evangelical Christian passenger approached her and witnessed to her. After almost committing suicide in her struggle to be set free, Ivone renounced her worship to Satan and gave her life to Jesus Christ.

In this video, she states that all the material wealth Satan gave her was taken away. But she praises God for her salvation in Jesus Christ and gives Him all the Honor, Glory, and Praise for setting her free from satanic bondage of practicing the occult.

As a former Umbanda Medium (read my testimony here: Former Umbanda Spiritist Medium: Ivani Greppi’s Testimony.), I am well aware of the dark powers involved in any type of occult spiritualist practices.  Be it consulting mediums, psychics, palm readers, Ouija boards, Tarot cards, or any kind of spirit communication God’s warnings are clear:

Leviticus 19:31 – Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them: I [am] the LORD your God.

Isaiah 8:19 – And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?

1 Timothy 4:1 – Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils.

Matthew 24:24 – For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if [it were] possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

2 Corinthians 11:14 – And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.

On social media, many people are being persecuted for exposing God’s Truth regarding the occult.  What happened with my video has happened to thousands of Christians online. Any exposure regarding false teachings may be viewed as hate speech, intolerance, prejudice, and considered highly offensive.

Here in America, Yoruba beliefs are spreading like wildfire.  Promoted by the entertainment industry, it is fast becoming a new wave of practicing spiritism in a glamorous and seductive fashion.

This article summarizes this movement in the US:  The Witches of Baltimore

Brazilian Faithful Honor Goddess Of The Sea Iemanja

From the Washington Post:  Beyoncé’s Grammy performance


History on the practice of Yoruba and Ifa:  Yoruba/ Ifa


A request to remove 16 videos from YouTube has sparked a broad debate on the limits of freedom of speech and religious expression in Brazil. Simone Marques reports:  Religious intolerance 


Followers of Christ should not be surprised by what is happening in the world regarding the persecution of believers. We must be prepared for what is to come. If a “small fish” like myself is having content censured from my online presence, imagine what the Church will be facing soon. Sadly, many corporate churches and pastors will bow down to governmental and social pressures by avoiding politically incorrect topics. And by this, we will recognize the wheat from the chaff, the sheep from the goats.



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Healing: Heart Of The Occult

Excellent post by J. Williams on John of God and Brazil’s involvement in Kardecism Spiritism.

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15ea9a_dc44db22eaa4466aa4aaf734272e6c3f_mv2.jpg This is the Casa de Dom Inacio where medium “healer” John of God (who was recently was arrested for sexual abuse) worked from. He is so much of a demoniac that I know of an American woman who ordered a few items from him in Brazil and she got attacked heavily by the enemy.

It seems like a lot of self-proclaimed Christians are getting involved with the occult and don’t even know it. If it involves mystical energies, gives no glory to the Lord Jesus Christ, and has no semblance to being based on scripture, then it is probably is not of God. Don’t be deceived, the enemy is behind a lot of healing modalities. Partaking in such things can open oneself to demonic infestation.

A former New Ager wrote:

Healing is a major, and sometimes central, part of pagan, occult, and New Age belief systems. By “healing,” I mean…

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Ex-Médium Umbandista: Meu Testemunho – Ivani Greppi.

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Ivani Greppi – Meu testemunho: Ex-médium Umbandista

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“No demais, irmãos meus, fortalecei-vos no Senhor e na força do seu poder. Revesti-vos de toda armadura de Deus, para que possais estar firmes contra as astutas ciladas do diabo” (Efésios 6:10-11).


“O meu povo foi destruído, por falta de conhecimento” (Oséias 4:6).

Vinte e um anos atrás, um pastor missionário do Brasil visitou a Gráfica Pyramid que pertencia aos meus pais em Kissimmee, Flórida. Deus usou esse evento casual—uma simples encomenda de cartão de visitas—para nos libertar de gerações de práticas ocultas. Este é um resumo do que minha familia e eu passamos durante décadas de enganos por Satanás através da prática do espiritismo.

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The Exorcism of Laura Constantino, Sister of the late Famous Ghost Hunter, Mark Constantino

Dana, this is such a powerful testimony. God bless you and Laura Maxwell’s ministry. May Laura Constantino’s testimony and deliverance from the bondage of the occult through the powerful Name of Jesus Christ help many be set free and come to salvation in our only Lord and Savior ❤️

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~Article written by Dana Emanuel~

Exorcism/deliverance after involvement in Paranormal investigation/s, which led to Demonic Harassment And Deaths.


On July 14th 2018, After seeing my video “The Great Paranormal Deceptions”, on my good friend, Laura Maxwell’s YouTube channel, Laura Constantino contacted Laura and myself regarding demonic activity and torment she was having in her home.

Her brother, Mark Constantino, of the famous TV show, “Ghost Adventures”, died in tragic circumstances, (double murder-suicide) on 9/22/15 at the age of 53.

Laura’s brother, Mark Constantino, and wife, Debbie Constantino, of the famous TV show, “Ghost Adventures”, died in tragic circumstances, (double murder-suicide) on 9/22/15.

Mark and Debbie Constantino, of “Ghost Adventures” TV Show, Featured on the Travel Channel.

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As an immigrant—a legal immigrant—of the United States, the polarizing debates regarding the approaching caravan (or invasion) of approximately 7,000 migrants are perplexing, frustrating, and alarming to say the least.


Looking through the lens of an immigrant, whose ancestors were all immigrants from Europe to America or Brazil, I cannot support this “tolerant” idea that thousands of people can just step over our borders and call America home.

Is it heartbreaking to see the desperate faces of most people who are involved in this pilgrimage? Yes, it is heart-wrenching. But does their plight and suffering justify breaking the law? Are all seeking asylum, or just hoping for a better life?

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But how repugnant it is to watch those who wave flags of the very country they are fleeing from, demand entry here as if they are entitled to do so. Never mind chanting against our government, threatening their way in with rocks in fists.


No. This is not “the wretched refuse” Lady Liberty is lifting her “lamp beside the golden door” for.

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How is it possible though, for an immigrant like myself not be supportive of the majority of these poor people who only want a better life for themselves and their children?

Because it is not legal. And it is unfair to millions of people paying their dues and waiting in line to legally immigrate to the United States.

Every single one of my ancestors paid a great price for the privilege (not their right) of becoming an immigrant with the dream of having a better life. None broke through borders. None broke laws of the land to gain entry.

Although my parents, sister and I arrived in the United States from Brazil in 1968, my father’s maternal grandmother had been a legal immigrant from Portugal, living in Massachusetts since 1909.

Her daughter, my father’s mother, was born in Taunton, Massachusetts in 1911. At the age of six, she returned to Portugal with her parents. Through a very convoluted story, my great-grandmother returned to the U.S. alone, leaving her husband and two daughters behind in Portugal.

In 1928, my American born grandmother immigrated to Brazil. It was not until almost fifty years later, in 1966, that she returned to her country of birth, reuniting with her mother in Massachusetts. Even though she never lost her American citizenship, she still had to go through legal channels to return to the United States.

As far as my father, whose mother was an American born citizen, he too had to wait years before being granted a visa for himself and his family. Not only that, he could only enter this country with a guaranteed work contract, and a Letter of Support from his grandmother. Still, this process took years.

And, we thank God every day for this blessing to not only be legal immigrants in the best country in the world but also to be proudly nationalized United States citizens living the Great American Dream.

While searching online for my great-grandmother’s immigration information, I found her records on Ellis Island Record Search.


My great-grandmother Rita Marques arrived in New York on August 2, 1909, at the age of sixteen. Her widowed mother was fifty-five. Her two sisters were eighteen and fourteen. A seven-year-old nephew also accompanied the four women. (See Index No. 10: Marques)

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They arrived on the S. S. Venezia (Fabre). And once going through the immigration inspections, they were registered under the “Record of Aliens Held for Special Inquiry.” Cause of Detention: L.P.C. (Liable to become a Public Charge).


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Because the Immigration Act of 1882 stated the following: “Immigrants who were unable to take care of themselves without becoming a public charge were unsuitable for American citizenship and therefore denied their entry. In addition to LPC, the act initiated a fifty-cent head tax which would be used for bureaucratic processes. The act also denied entry of convicts.”

Furthermore, because my great-great grandmother was older, she classified under “Conditions for Denial: Individuals who have physical or mental ailments along with pregnant women are most likely to be proposed as a public charge. Immigrants who were found with physical or mental ailments were prospective for exclusion. Their ailments were seen to affect their ability to obtain employment and thus qualified them as a public charge.”

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My great-grandmother loved to tell us the story of how the immigration officials tested her mother for the ability to work by watching her perform calisthenics, and run back and forth in the Great Hall.


“Conditions for Denial” also included: “Unmarried pregnant women seeking to migrate into the United States were presumed a public charge on account of their condition. These women were excluded from entry and were barred from arriving into the United States. It is noted that their condition presumed them as a public charge because no one would employ them and thus the government would initiate care for them. In addition, childrearing amongst immigrant women is also presumptive causes of public charge. Although support for children was legal, undocumented women were denied legal citizenship due to the public assistance that their children received. In these cases, and those of physical and mental ailments would render an obligation to the government, however, the government sought no obligation in this manner. Immigrants who arrived with only twenty-five to forty dollars and with no source of employment were deemed liable to become a public charge. Immigrants were investigated through means of competent evidence. Competent evidence includes the following: Health, family assets, financial status, education, skills, and age.”

“Generally, those immigrants who were approved spent from two to five hours at Ellis Island. Arrivals were asked 29 questions including name, occupation, and the amount of money carried. It was important to the American government the new arrivals could support themselves and have money to get started. The average the government wanted the immigrants to have was between 18 and 25 dollars ($600 in 2015 adjusted for inflation). Those with visible health problems or diseases were sent home or held in the island’s hospital facilities for long periods of time. More than 3,000 would-be immigrants died on Ellis Island while being held in the hospital facilities. Some unskilled workers were rejected because they were considered likely to become a public charge.”

“About 2% were denied admission to the U.S. and sent back to their countries of origin for reasons such as having a chronic contagious disease, criminal background, or insanity. Ellis Island was sometimes known as “The Island of Tears” or “Heartbreak Island” because of the 2% who were not admitted after the long transatlantic voyage. The Kissing Post is a wooden column outside the Registry Room, where new arrivals were greeted by their relatives and friends, typically with tears, hugs, and kisses.”

A twenty-five-year-old stowaway male and a nineteen-year-old female traveling with a nine-year-old boy were deported four days after being held along with my great-grandmother and family.

My great-grandmother and her family were held for “Special Inquiry” for two days. They were granted entry only when a family member in Massachusetts was contacted, and financially vouched for them.

Yes, Lady Liberty declared with “silent lips”: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free”—except those liable to become public charge.


In “The New Colossus” poem by Emma Lazarus, she wrote: “Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!”

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History cannot be revised to fit our current narrative or political views.

“A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.”
― Ronald Reagan

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Black Magic (Witchcraft Curses/Spells) Exposed

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Is Magic Real?

We seen what looks like magic carried out on TV when magicians perform extraordinary feats. I dismiss most of it as a sleight of hand (thought I believe in some cases real familiar spirits are involved in their tricks). But here I am not going to discuss the type of “magic” you seen on TV for entertainment purposes, but instead real, genuine magic. Yes, real supernatural magic actually exists. Magicians are mentioned in scripture and scriptures identifies at least some of them as genuine. In Acts 8:9-12 there is Simon the Magician. In Exodus 7-8 (Cr. 2 Timothy 3:8) Pharaoh had magicians (Jannes and Jambres) that performed miracles. Babylon also had magicians (Daniel 1:20; 2:2, 27; 4:7, 9; 5:11). The Antichrist will be attended by diabolic signs and magical wonders (2 Thessalonians 2:9-12; Revelation 13:13-18). Magic plays a part in Satan’s world-wide rebellion against the living God.

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Halloween Article by Ex Spiritualist Laura Maxwell – UK’s Good News Newspaper.

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Since 2008, I’ve been asked to share through papers, magazines, on tv or radio about my reflections on Halloween, due to my background in new age and spiritualism. It’s always an honour to be asked to contribute. Good News just featured my article in their October 2018 edition.

I remember reading copies of Good News years ago! The editor told me that the paper is widely distributed across the UK, including within our prisons. I was thrilled to hear this!

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Good News is a contemporary outreach newspaper used by churches and missions to take the good news about Jesus Christ into communities across the UK.

Good News is designed to appeal to those who would normally buy a tabloid newspaper, e.g. Daily Mail, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, The Sun, or read a free paper like The Metro. Every issue contains…

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Ex-Mãe de Santo Baiana-Testemunho de Ivone Silva

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Testemunho fortissimo de Ivone Silva, mãe de santo, conhecida como Mãe Baiana do Brasil. Era rica, famosa, e consultava com elites e artistas famosos como Sylvester Stallone e Gloria Estefan nos Estados Unidos e por outras partes do mundo. Deixou tudo quando Jesus Cristo revelou para ela, que tudo que fazia era com poder de Satanás. Depois de sua libertação, perdeu todas coisas materiais, mais ganhou sua vida eterna em Cristo Jesus para honra e gloria do Pai Eterno que morreu na cruz por nossos pecados.

Powerful Testimony by Ivone Silva, previously known as Mãe Baiana do Brasil (Baiana Mother of Brazil). “A Mãe-de-santo is a priestess of Umbanda, Candomblé and Quimbanda, the Afro-Brazilian religions. In Portuguese this translates to “mother of [the] saint[s]”, which is an adaption of the Yoruba language word iyalorishá, a title given to priest women in African religions. Iyá means mother, and the contraction l’Orishá means “of Orishá“. As a product of the syncretism, the word Orishá(elevated or ancestral spirit) was adapted into Portuguese as saint.”

She was famous worldwide. Many of the elite in Hollywood like Sylvester Stallone, Gloria Estefan paid large amounts for her spiritual services. During a flight to Miami, an evangelical Christian passenger, approached her and witnessed to her. Ivone renounced her prior service to Satan, and gave her life to Jesus Christ, after almost committing suicide.

Ivone Silva states in this video, that all the material wealth Satan gave her was taken away. But she praises God for her salvation in Jesus Christ and gives Him all the Honor, Glory, and Praise for setting her free from satanic bondage of practicing the occult.


Many thanks for taking time to read or even share the above post. For similar posts and more about myself and friends, please see the below links! God bless you! Ivani Greppi.


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My Experiences With Sleep Paralysis Demonic Attacks And The Spiritual War We Are All In: By Jamaal Williams

“I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety.” Psalms 4:8

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What is Sleep Paralysis?

tumblr_o7cl5wWSHV1rpxkmvo1_1280.gifMany of you reading this probably have experienced it at least once in your lifetime or know someone who has experienced it. You wake up suddenly from sleep and you try to move but can’t no matter how much you exert yourself. You may manage to slightly move your toes or some other body part but it is a struggle and you still can’t move your entire body. This can go on for a few seconds or minutes but at times it can feel like an eternity. During an episode you may perceive an evil, malicious presence. You may feel utter dread. You may also have actually seen a shadow person or a shadow person wearing a hat or some other evil, demonic looking entity. You may have experienced some entity sitting on your chest or had an episode accompanied by an entity doing sexual things to…

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Seeking Personal Prophecies from Today’s Prophets by Camilla Rosa Eriksen.

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Camilla Rosa Eriksen wrote an article recently in Exposing The Darkness. and kindly gave me permission to share here.

‘It is so very tempting to seek answers from the spirit realm about our personal future life – especially when the past and present is painful and we need comfort and direction.
There is so much comfort in being told that “soon your blessing will come” and the future looks bright and “your waiting is over”. Wow.. you are going to be a pastor’s wife or a CEO of a successful company or have 2 children or own that house by the lake you always dreamed about!?

Wait. I have to warn you. Stop seeking prophetic words in churches for your personal life.
It seems a tempting alternative to mediums, clairvoyants, and “spiritual counseling” which we know are dangerous and wrong. But what is happening in the charismatic movement today is for…

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