Psychics, and Empaths, can you please tell me where I will find my next occupation ? ?
Currently. I am at a major beach town resort. Lots of people.
It is located on the east coast of the US. Now I applied at
a hotel plantation complex today. And I went to a restaurant,
too. Then on to another hotel to check out on an old
application. A big tall, bright yellow hotel, next the ocean.
Can you please tell me where my next job will be ? Or give
me some sort of insight or info that may help ?
Suggestion by Roadside confessions
The Bible strongly condemns the practice of spiritism, mediums, occult, psychics, etc. (Leviticus 20:27; Deuteronomy 18:10-13). Horoscopes, tarot cards, astrology, fortune tellers, palm readings, séances, etc., fall into this category as well. These practices are based on the concept that there are gods, spirits, or deceased loved ones that can give you advise and guidance. These “gods” or “spirits” are demons (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). The Bible gives us no reason to believe that deceased loved ones can, or would even want to contact us. If they were believers, they are in heaven, enjoying the most wonderful place imaginable – in fellowship with a loving God. If they were not believers, they are in hell, suffering the un-ending torment for rejecting God’s love and rebelling against Him.
So, if our loved ones cannot contact us, how do mediums, spiritists, psychics, etc. get such accurate information? There have been many “exposes” on psychics. It has been exposed how a psychic can gain immense amounts of information on a person through ordinary means. Sometimes by just using a telephone number through caller ID and then an internet search, a psychic can get names, addresses, dates of birth, dates of marriage, family members, etc. However, it is undeniable that psychics sometimes know things that should be impossible for them to know. Where do they get this information? The answer is – Satan and his demons. 2 Corinthians 11:14-15 tells us, “And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.” Acts 16:16-18 describes a fortune teller who was able to predict the future until the Apostle Paul rebuked a demon out of her.
Satan pretends to be kind and helpful. He tries to appear as something good. Satan and his demons will give a psychic information about a person, in order to get that person hooked into spiritism – something that God forbids. It appears innocent at first, but soon a person finds himself addicted to psychics – allowing Satan to control and destroy their life. 1 Peter 5:8 proclaims, “Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” In most cases, the psychics themselves are likely deceived, not knowing the true source of the information they receive. Whatever the case, and wherever the source of the information – nothing connected to spiritism, witchcraft, astrology, etc. is God’s intention for us as a means to discover information. How does God want us to discern His will for our life? Simple: (1) Study the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17), (2) Pray for wisdom (James 1:5).
Suggestion by Richard C
Yep, get off the comp and go put out more applications.
Suggestion by ~Smirk~ Resurrected
I’m seeing gold in future…. big gold… a big, gold… M!
The Golden Arches!
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What is a psychic medium?
just wondering see people on tv claiming to be just need a little more input. am confused thanks
Suggestion by Aida Valentine
People who have been born with the ability to sense and see ghosts. They are also able to speak to ghosts and contact them whereas normal people can’t.
A lot of people don’t believe it’s true, and there are a lot of fakes out there. However I believe it’s real as I met someone in another COUNTRY who didn’t know me and was able to tell me exactly what my dead grand mother and I used to bake and say to each other when saying goodbye etc. So I believe in it.
Suggestion by Kthxbye
It’s a fraud, or a deluded fraud, trying to take gullible people for all the money they can get.
And they get a lot, because fools and their money really are soon parted.
Suggestion by Marigold
Abominable PracticesDeuteronomy 18: 10 – 12 outlines very specifically a number of different kinds of false prophets. God speaks very clearly about His regard for them as well. “There shall not be found among you anyone… who practices witchcraft (the use of magic), or a soothsayer (a diviner), or one who interprets omens (someone who reads signs), or a sorcerer (a magician or wizard), or one who conjures spells, or a medium (a person claiming to be in contact with spirits of the dead), or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. For all who do these things are an abomination to the Lord.”
Astrology Forbidden to Christians Fortune telling and astrology are lumped together with other forbidden practices as sorcery and are abominable to God. Christians must not participate in these practices. The Bible is clear. Those who continue doing these things, will find themselves left out of God’s kingdom. “Outside are dogs and sorcerers and sexually immoral and murderers and idolaters, and whoever loves and practices a lie.” See also Revelation 21:8 and Galatians 5: 19
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Do you believe in mediums or psychics?
Well I read this book about a medium and it was very interesting. Its wierd sometimes i have dreams and then they come true and i have dreams about people and then i meet them that is kind of weird huh? I also see outlines of people and hear people talking to me when there is no one there but i cant really understand what they are saying. Sometimes people are asking questions i have no idea about and then all of a sudden i just say the correct answer without even thinking it just comes out is this weird or what?
well im sure there are some that are frauds.
Suggestion by Arysa
Not if they do it without a divination tool, such as Tarot cards or runestones
Suggestion by murphdogg4
no. Like would be more interesting if it was true. but it’s not.
Suggestion by The Great Gazoo
Nope. Here is a very famous one in action on national TV. It is pretty funny: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRc4LkBRjIc&mode=related&search=
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