09 February 2010

Possessed in Pink?

If you follow any conservative news outlets or any other discernment websites, you've likely already heard about the Enemy's most recent attempts to lure your children into darkness. Hasbro, the likely proud distributor of the Ouija Board, teamed up with Toys "R" Us to market to children as young as 8 a new, pink Ouija Board.
And for the boys, well I suppose the Glow-in-the-Dark Ouija board will have to do. There has been quite a backlash regarding these two items and, consequently, Toys "R" Us has pulled the pink Ouija Board from it's website. But that doesn't mean that the threat isn't still very, very real. The Ouija Board is not "just a game" as many people claim. It is a dangerous walk into satan's realm. I don't have personal experience with this (praise God) but I know some who do. I direct you to the following links in order to learn more about the dangers of the Ouija Board and other items that are subtly leading your children into the world of the occult. And remember, if you at one time toyed around with the world of the occult, but have since been saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, then with repentance, "He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us of all unrighteousness." Even direct dealings with demons cannot keep His forgiveness from you if you go to Him in faith, broken and repentant.

  • Jan Markell of Olive Tree Ministries alerted her readers to this newest "toy" in her latest newsletter. In her article, she shares a bit of her own experience with the Ouija Board. You can read her article here.
  • Jan also appeared on Crosstalk America this week to discuss the Ouija Board controversy as well as other topics relating to the occult and your children, namely the Twilight series of books and movies that seems to have taken hostage the common sense of Christian adults and children alike! You can listen to that interview here.
  • Over at the Slaughter of the Sheep blog, Chrystal has written a post about this latest travesty.
  • The Crosstalk Blog also addressed this issue here.

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