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We live in a time where Zombies and Demons are "popular"

ok ok ok


This story I  am going to share comes with hesitation.  Even Christians seem to think it's fine to watch and enjoy the fright they get from scary movies. 


To me it's no joke and more real than I can even describe......


One Wednesday night after teaching my class, a young Mom of three approached me and asked if I would talk to her.  Of course I was eager to spend some time with her and share Jesus. 


Not far into the conversation she began laughing at me.  I wasn't sure what I had done that was so funny, but I continued to tell her of her need for Jesus to save her.."Amy" told me she couldn't because it would mean she and her children would be surrendering to a life of poverty......ok......
For some reason, I asked her if she was wearing charms or potions, she laughed some more, and asked me why in the world I would ask her that.  I told her I wasn't sure why, but that the Holy Spirit at urged me to ask.  "Amy" began pulling potions and charms out of all parts of her clothing. In all she had 15.  I asked her again if she wanted to receive Jesus Christ the Son of God to be her Savior.
This was when she began yelling at me.  She shouted "I could hurt you right now if I wanted to and I could destroy this Church".  I began to pray out loud for protection for myself and the Church and for the salvation of this young Mom and her children.  The more I prayed the more angry she became.
I lifted my eyes to the sky as I prayed and I saw (yes I saw with my eyes) demons flying around in our Church.   After a while, she calmed down and left.


I wish I could say she chose Jesus that day.  I wish I could say she gave up on her witchcraft that day.
She didn't.


Everyone had left the church at this time, except our secretary who was in the office. Greatly shaken, I called Jay told him about what had happened and asked him what to do with the charms and potions.  He said leave them on the alter, in the morning he would burn them, which he did.


You see, demons ARE REAL......they are not pretend.
This experience has underlined for me the urgency of sharing the Gospel of Jesus.....


Hell is real, it's not pretend. 


If you do not choose Jesus here in this life you will be spending eternity with those creatures who are so frightening.  They hate you and want to do harm to you.  Why do they hate you?  You were created in the image of God, and they HATE GOD. 


If you are reading this, please make the decision now to receive Jesus while you can, don't wait,  I believe time is short. 


"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not parish, but have everlasting life."


Demons are scary, but our God IS greater and stronger, the One True God, our Redeemer, our Savior.
~love Jackie

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