Frank R Molver (12
"false fire musical instruments, church deception"
I went to a retreat last week that had wonderful music.
We were suppose to pray for America, timely I thought, but we really didn't.
Instead it seems we were led astray into trying to enter a "new dimension of God".
Though the music was excellent there were added some instruments that sent out a strange sensation.
What's that you say?
the mood was changed when the virtuoso guitar player played a gong that
emitted a strange sound that changed the spiritual atmosphere.
Can a musical instrument have a spirit?
Yep, I know from personal experience.
in my pre-Christian years in the 70's me and some inebriated friends
went into a Shinto temple trying to steal something for revenge.
friend heard a loud drumming as he walked around the drum and stated
so, so I walked around it, the drumming got louder the closer I got.
Suddenly a huge spider appeared at the entrance as if to say "leave now".
The drum is the center piece in the Shinto chanting ceremonies to call in the spirits, and indeed they did.
One lady at this retreat had this gong bonged over her head as she was prayed over.
She proceeded to get very ill and needed to be prayed over to remove what ever was placed on her by this gong.
I looked up the gong on the net after the retreat and found it to be a Tibetan singing bell used in meditation.
The bell is struck then the mallet is rubbed along the rigged side and emits a loud vibration.
The bells are made by Buddhist monks and empowered by prayer to those spirits.
THis drove several of us out of the meeting not knowing what exactly was wrong but being angry that the meeting was hijacked.
We then went to the prayer tower to pray for the nation of America.
What was this guy doing?. Well he knew that it bothered Christians but thought they were just narrow minded.
Of course he was at a higher spiritual level.
BTW we had to pray for him because he has prostate cancer.
How many people have been deceived by this sort of stuff?
You see, we are so easily deceived and have such little discernment that even 'mature christians' can be deceived.