Did you take your kids trick or treating last week? Did they come back possessed by demons? I don’t mean a sugar buzz, I mean real, actual demons — you know, the kind that don’t actually exist. Rick Wiles thinks you have no one but yourself to blame, you should have known it would happen.
After arguing that Christians cannot participate in Halloween traditions like dressing up in costumes or trick-or-treating because the day is “dedicated to Lucifer and death,” Wiles said that those who partake are “opening yourself up to demonic possession.”
“The demons are moving, they’re stirring in this country right now,” he warned.
“I am admonishing you to stop it, come out of it, do not be part of pagan America’s rituals, walk away from it, disavow it, renounce it, it is evil, it is wicked,” he added, regretting that “they are doing the most vile acts on live television,” including what he perceived to be “live demonic rituals on television shows.”“The demonic spirits are moving about in this country.”
Yeah, you might wanna stop watching scary movies. They aren’t real.
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