When some tragedy happens, the immediate response on social and major media is "our thoughts and prayers are with the affected."

Do you believe that it is sincere? Or does it seem like the thing to say?

I think most of you will agree with me, that it is simply an easy thing to say or type into a comments box.

It is really telling that everybody wants to appear spiritual. Whether we are or not, we seem to want others to see us that way.

Even the person who right now is answering to me, "I am an evolutionary humanist atheist, I don't believe there is a God," has some awareness of spirits, of things unseen. Even that lost person, who is currently on his or her way to hellfire because of that rejection of the Lord Jesus Christ, has a religion. Now, it has little to nothing to do with the Lord. But there is a religion, a spirituality. You cannot avoid or wash your hands of spirituality. You can rename it to anything you like. You can call it science and technology. The spirits will adapt to your understanding and still use you for good or ill. The Holy Spirit is the good Spirit. All of the other ones are out to use you for ill. This is so simple and basic that intelligent people can't get it. There is only one Holy Spirit. If you say, "we just want to worship and serve in the spirit," then I want you to specify which spirit are you under. Capital H capital S Holy Spirit? Or any other? If it's any other, you can smile and be sweet outwardly all you want. You can fill your church with three thousand people per week. But that won't change the fact that you're under a spirit that is not of God. I constantly have to remind myself that Satan and his angels, his ministers, his preachers, come as angels of light. Soothsayers.


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