Why Don’t People Believe in the Supernatural?
Posted by lamarzulli on October 29, 2009
In the United States we celebrate Christ – mass. This national holy-day (holiday), for most of us is the recognition of the virgin birth of the God-man, Jesus. A few months later we then celebrate his death and resurrection. We call this day Easter, which is actually named after a Babylonian fertility Goddess, Ishtar. Christmas trees, mistletoe, Yule logs, the celebration being held on December 25th, which is really more about the winter solstice, Easter eggs, bunny’s, fancy hats, and parades have nothing to do with the events that happened nearly 2000 years ago. Instead they obfuscate them. What we have done is take the supernatural events and sanitized them. We’ve cleaned them up and married them with pagan celebrations. We’ve made them sanitized and safe.
If we step back and examine what happened 2000 years ago, we realize that the supernatural manifested. When Jesus walked the earth he constantly performed healings and miracles. People with Leprosy were cured. Others born without eyes, suddenly could see. The dead were raised. No wonder they killed him. 2000 years ago the Jewish leaders at the time were just as concerned about keeping a lid on the supernatural and sanitizing it, as the modern church is today. The gifts of the spirit are all but dead in today’s church. The concept of testing the spirits and how to operate in that dynamic is all but lost to the average Christian. Putting on the armor of God is hardly taught anymore. What we have is a nice, clean, Sunday show, that entertains, in most churches. For the most part, anything that is actually from the Holy spirit is eliminated. The services are organized with every minute accounted for and in some cases production values rival some television shows. Where is the supernatural manifestation of the Holy Spirit that we read about in the Book of Acts? He, the Holy Spirit has been drummed out of the service and instead we have manmade ceremonies that have a form of religion but deny it’s power. Wasn’t that very thing prophesied about? It’s all about control. The average Joe or Jane, finds a pew, sits down and stares at the head of person in front of him. He or she sings a few songs, pays into the basket and then listens to the preacher go on about something that in many cases has nothing to do with what is in the Bible. By the time Joe or Jane, hits the parking lot he or she, has forgotten most of what was said. By Monday morning he or she can’t remember anything about it, in a lot of cases.
If we read the Bible with open eyes, we see that what it really is, is a guidebook to the supernatural. We see that it teaches and instructs us how to test the spirits. How to discern what is from God and what is not. How to pray for the sick. When to use anointing oil. How to cast out demons. When not to try to cast out demons. That tongues is a sign for the unbeliever. That prophecy is better than speaking in Tongues. That old men should dream and young men will see visions. That angels can and will appear and some people will even dine with them. That the Spirit can and will pick you up bodily and move you to another part of the planet, if He sees fit too. That the laying on of hands should be done carefully.
For the most part we have left our true heritage and denied the dynamic of the supernatural i.e., the things of the Spirit, in our lives. Instead we have substituted a nice, safe, ceremony, where we don’t participate, we just watch and let other people tell us what to do. This is a far cry from the what happened 2000 years ago. It is also a very unsafe place to be as we see, at least from my perspective, the supernatural manifesting all around us. What do you think 543, UFO sightings in July were? The arrival of the space brothers?
The Supernatural is manifesting all around us. There is a war that is now spilling over into our dimension. The time of the prophecies that were written thousands of years ago is now. The time grows short and the darkness knows its hour. There are wars and rumors of wars. Earthquakes in diverse places. There are Tsunami’s as the sea tosses. Famines and pestilence and droughts. Remember, when you see these things – providing that you know what to look for and are aware – look up because your freedom, redemption, blessed hope, is coming. When Jesus said, “the elect would be deceived, if that were possible,” he knew of what He spoke….
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