The Beautiful Side of Evil

An excellent video teaching on the christianized pagan practices in the Church. If you think God overlooks these practices because of your christian intent, Johanna will set you straight on that! She has the perfect analogy concerning “intent.” This is the best video I’ve watched on many of the pagan practices of the world that has been brought into the Church, and I don’t mean the Roman Catholic Church only.

Author of the book “The Beautiful Side of Evil” ; Johanna Michaelsen talks about her experiences behind her book. Are miracles and wonders always from God? Or could they be from the opposite? Johanna Michaelsen talks about her experiences, how she was duped by evil, and how she was delivered from it.
(UPLOADED WITH PERMISSION FROM DR. STAN)

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  1. The great revival

    “The Lord hath made bare his holy arm in the eyes of all the nations; and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God.” Isaiah 52:10

    Suggested Further Reading: 1 Corinthians 14:26-40

    In the old revivals in America a hundred years ago, commonly called “the great awakening,” there were many strange things, such as continual shrieks and screams, and knockings, and twitchings, under the services. We cannot call that the work of the Spirit. Even the great Whitefield’s revival at Cambuslang, one of the greatest and most remarkable revivals ever known, was attended by some things that we cannot but regard as superstitious wonders. People were so excited, that they did not know what they did. Now, if in any revival you see any of these strange contortions of the body, always distinguish between things that differ. The Holy Spirit’s work is with the mind, not with the body in that way. It is not the will of God that such things should disgrace the proceedings. I believe that such things are the result of Satanic malice. The devil sees that there is a great deal of good doing; “Now,” says he, “I’ll spoil it all. I’ll put my hoof in there, and do a world of mischief. There are souls being converted; I will let them get so excited that they will do ludicrous things, and then it will all be brought into contempt.” Now, if you see any of these strange things arising, look out. There is that old Apollyon busy, trying to mar the work. Put such vagaries down as soon as you can, for where the Spirit works, he never works against his own precept, and his precept is, “Let all things be done decently and in order.” It is neither decent nor orderly for people to dance under the sermon, nor howl, nor scream, while the gospel is being preached to them, and therefore it is not the Spirit’s work at all, but mere human excitement.

    For meditation: The Holy Spirit produces self-control, not loss of control (1 Corinthians 14:32; Galatians 5:22,23; 2 Timothy 1:7).

    Sermon no. 185
    28 March (1858)

    365 Days with C.H. Spurgeon, Vol. 1. A unique collection of 365 daily readings from sermons preached by Charles Haddon Spurgeon from his New Park Street Pulpit.

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