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Date Added: November 26, 2010 11:11:15 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Bondage & Exorcism: A Jamieson Historical View
Bondage & Exorcism
A Jamieson Historical Point
 
Bondage is to be bound by evil,
i.e. the devil. (1 John 5:19)
New International Version 2010
And our actions speak louder than our words!
 
For Example,
God freed a group of people
once upon a time
by parting the Red Sea.
They were in bondage
for hundreds of years
and
in appearance were believers.
After this group was freed
they decided they wanted
to go back into bondage
instead of following their God.
What did God do?
For 40 years
he had them go in circles
in the desert
till all but (3-4) of them
remained.
God performed a miracle
to set them free,
free from bondage.
Yet they returned to bondage
bound to their ways of
"lust & false worship"!
Point
It takes a miracle
to set people free
from bondage.
Exorcism
is only
a rite or a ritual.
It's not a miracle
as performed by God,
Christ or his apostles.
And as we have seen
people still chose bondage
after being set free.
Amen
 
All the best,
Jamieson
A Spiritual person
Author's Notes:
A Jamieson Note
To be set free,
free from bondage
takes a miracle.
No rite or ritual
can do this.
So what is a miracle?
It's God's love.
 
All the best,
Jamieson from Palm Beach
where you're only a breeze away
from any Caribbean Island.
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Comments:
Comment By: Freeelizabeth cantrall on November 28, 2010 08:05:54 PM Report
I've always wonder about that story...God set them fee so many times but they kept turning back to the devil...Sometimes I wonder, what will it take for us to see?
Comment By: Freemaggie lopez sherry wilbur on November 26, 2010 01:51:49 PM Report
men are born with sin in their heart so whether they choose bondage and evil or not sin and evil  will always find them and it is up to men to except the miracles of freedom from our bondage . thankfully Jesus has bled so that the bondage is forever broke.  great thoughts . Always Maggie.

Comment By: FreeAndrew on November 26, 2010 12:16:57 PM Report
an interesting point of view and a well-made argument - nicely done




 


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