do you truely believe in psychic readings?
do you believe in psychics & psychic readings? if not why not? is it JUST because they dont give lottery numbers? whats your views on this (i believe psychics give you guidance in tough decisions not petty financial gain) honestly would YOU waste your precious energy to give others money that they wouldn’t help others with? think about it 😉
as for solving crimes like murders and kidnappings ….kidnappings would need a remote viewer to actually solve them (remote viewing is different from psychic abilities) and being able to solve a crime like a murder would be difficult being as the victim is dead there for theres no energy to channel
TRULY lol did I really just get spell checked? ha! thats funny…nothing better to say huh?
Answer by Derp
Answer by anonymousPerson
no, because there is little, if any, valid evidence to support the accuracy of psychic claims, but there is strong evidence that they’re scam artists
Answer by Pray for the U.S.
No cause the psychic is demon-possessed. She might tell the truth, yet its better not to listen to her cause she will try to get you messed up. It’s not worth it.
any good site for psychic readings?
i tried psychic.co.uk but they dident have for sweden.
Answer by Herbie
Save your money. Psychic are frauds.
Answer by On My Knees, Pleasing Jesus OMK
I’m not a psychic, but give me money and I’ll tell you what you want to hear.
Answer by Seymour Yoni
Go to the JREF, they’ll put you on the right track.
is it bad to have psychic readings if im christian?
ok so ive been having psychic readings for the last 6 years by the same lady but recently ive stared going to a christian church and just two sundays ago after church when it was over,i stayed because the pasture insisted id stay to eat.and i was talking to these ladies at the table i was sitting at and i mentioned that ive been getting readings for a while now and they all just stared at me like i was crazy and i think they told other people because just last sunday i went to church again and everyone was staring at me like i was weird or something? should i have not mentioned it? do they consider it wrong?
im new to all this stuff so i dont really know.
im new to all this stuff so i dont really know.
Answer by JosF
Natliee, sweety… you actually know the answer already, don’t you?
OF COURSE psychic readings are forbidden. As you very well know. Otherwise you wouldn’t ask it.
So to ease your mind a bit. Shop around and cherry pick something that you find acceptable. Which isn’t a big problem. Christians excel in cherry picking. Of course deep down inside you know bloody well you shouldn’t. But who cares?
Answer by John James
Not bad, just useless (for a christian or atheist)
Answer by Courtney Wagner
Man’s spiritual inclination has led him to explore the unknown. This has exposed him to another of Satan’s deceptive devices. Exploiting man’s curiosity about what is strange and mysterious, Satan has used spiritism to bring many under his control. As a hunter uses bait to attract his prey, Satan employs such devices as fortune-telling, astrology, hypnotism, witchcraft, palmistry, and magic to attract and entrap people around the world.—Leviticus 19:31; Psalm 119:110.
How can you protect yourself from being ensnared by spiritism? Deuteronomy 18:10-12 states: “There should not be found in you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, anyone who employs divination, a practicer of magic or anyone who looks for omens or a sorcerer, or one who binds others with a spell or anyone who consults a spirit medium or a professional foreteller of events or anyone who inquires of the dead. For everybody doing these things is something detestable to Jehovah, and on account of these detestable things Jehovah your God is driving them away from before you.”
Those who became Christians burned their books on spiritism
The Scriptural advice is direct: Have nothing to do with spiritism. What if you have been sharing in some practice of spiritism and now want to break free? You can follow the example of early Christians in the city of Ephesus. When they accepted “the word of Jehovah,” the Bible says, “quite a number of those who practiced magical arts brought their books together and burned them up before everybody.” Those books were costly. They were worth 50,000 pieces of silver. (Acts 19:19, 20) Yet, Christians in Ephesus did not hesitate to destroy them.
Satan Preys on Human Weaknesses
A perfect angel became Satan the Devil because he gave in to the desire for self-exaltation. He also awakened in Eve a proud, selfish longing to be like God. Today, Satan keeps many in his grip by arousing in them the feeling of pride. For example, some feel that their race, ethnic group, or nationality is better than that of others. How contrary this is to what the Bible teaches! (Acts 10:34, 35) The Bible clearly states: “[God] made out of one man every nation of men.”—Acts 17:26.
An effective defense against Satan’s appeal to pride is humility. The Bible admonishes us “not to think more of [ourselves] than it is necessary to think.” (Romans 12:3) “God opposes the haughty ones,” it states, “but he gives undeserved kindness to the humble ones.” (James 4:6) One sure way to resist Satan’s efforts is to manifest in your personal life humility and other qualities approved by God.
The Devil is also eager to exploit the human weakness of yielding to improper sensual desires. Jehovah God intended for humans to enjoy life. When desires are fulfilled within the limits of God’s will, the result is genuine happiness. But Satan tempts humans to satisfy their cravings in immoral ways. (1 Corinthians 6:9, 10) It is much better to keep the mind focused on things that are chaste and virtuous. (Philippians 4:8) This will help you to exercise firm control over your thoughts and emotions.
Keep Resisting the Devil
Can you succeed in resisting the Devil? Yes, you can. The Bible assures us: “Oppose the Devil, and he will flee from you.” (James 4:7) Even if you oppose Satan, he will not give up immediately and refrain from causing you any further trouble as you take in knowledge of God. No, the Devil will try again at “another convenient time.” (Luke 4:13) However, you need not be afraid of the Devil. If you continue to resist him, he will not be able to turn you away from the true God.
Resisting the Devil, however, requires knowledge of who he is and how he misleads people as well as of the protective measures you can take against his schemes. There is only one accurate source of that knowledge—God’s Word, the Bible. So be firm in your determination to study the inspired Scriptures, and apply in your life what you learn from them. Jehovah’s Witnesses in your area will be happy to assist you free of charge with such a study at a time convenient to you. Please do not hesitate to contact them or to write the publishers of this magazine.
As you undertake a study of the Bible, you need to realize that Satan may use opposition or persecution to get you to stop learning the truth from God’s Word. Some of your loved ones may become angry with you because you study the Bible. This may happen because they do not know the wonderful truths found in it. Others may make fun of you. But would succumbing to such pressures really please God? The Devil wants to discourage you so that you will stop learning about the true God. Why should you let Satan win? (Matthew 10:34-39) You owe him nothing. You owe Jehovah your very life. So, then, be determined to resist the Devil and ‘make Jehovah’s heart rejoice.’—Proverbs 27:11.
Make a firm decision to study the Bible