And if you don’t believe me, read this, by Kimberly Daniels on CBN, and you’ll find that:
The key word in discussing Halloween is “dedicated.” It is dedicated to darkness and is an accursed season. During Halloween, time-released curses are always loosed. A time-released curse is a period that has been set aside to release demonic activity and to ensnare souls in great measure.
You may ask, “Doesn’t God have more power than the devil?” Yes, but He has given that power to us. If we do not walk in it, we will become the devil’s prey. Witchcraft works through dirty hearts and wrong spirits.
Wait! Wait! It gets better:
I do not buy candy during the Halloween season. Curses are sent through the tricks and treats of the innocent whether they get it by going door to door or by purchasing it from the local grocery store. The demons cannot tell the difference.
Even the colors of Halloween (orange, brown and dark red) are dedicated. These colors are connected to the fall equinox, which is around the 20th or 21st of September each year and is sometimes called “Mabon.” During this season witches are celebrating the changing of the seasons from summer to fall. They give praise to the gods for the demonic harvest. They pray to the gods of the elements (air, fire, water and earth).
Mother earth is highly celebrated during the fall demonic harvest. Witches praise mother earth by bringing her fruits, nuts and herbs. Demons are loosed during these acts of worship. When nice church folk lay out their pumpkins on the church lawn, fill their baskets with nuts and herbs, and fire up their bonfires, the demons get busy.
Wait! Wait! Read the rest and then tell me: Precisely what is a “time-released curse?” Because I really want to be prepared.
Wait! Here’s more on Kimberly Daniels. I checked out the War Room, where I was made to feel welcome, even though I believe in a gospel of inclusivity, which Daniels appears to lump in with homosexuality, devil worshipping, and New Age beliefs. Hey! All my friends!
And here’s a New York Times take on it, sort of.
And thanks, Huffington Post, for the link.