I was preparing when I logged onto my FB page and met my accuser. No…
not the horned red guy or some dark hairy demon, the angel in light always
presents himself in the disguise of a likable face. Sadly... yes even well-
meaning Christians who innocently believe they are being used of God when
they are actually being used by the enemy. I could smell a rat right away…
his timing was impeccable but it was obvious Satan was attempting to deter the truth from being told. I logged off and went back to praying.
The interview went well as once more His story was told. Later that
evening I logged back in to face the subject of my accuser. It comes as no
surprise to me to have found the same finger pointing and word attack tactics that the Pagans used who were bashing an article in The Christian Post a few weeks prior. Ironically, the only difference was that the Pagans accused the book of “portraying Wicca as at least somewhat demonic” quote by Jason Pitzl-Waters of The Wildhunt Blog and my Christian accuser quoted “this book will be burnt as it explains how and what to do to be part of a wiccan coven.” The accuser is not a particular of persons and will use anybody to bring charges against you.
I can only sit back and chuckle as I hear Pagans remark as Jason Pitzl-Waters “They aren’t ex-witches”, they are Christians, hoping to make a buck and score some notoriety from their past dalliances with our faiths and traditions.” Nothing can be said that can take way from what I know to be truth… I was a witch and no amount of name calling will change that. There are a whole lot of people who knew me then, including the High Priest, High Priestess and coven members as well as the church that kicked me out because of my involvement. So… I can’t help but be humored by such foolishness. If they would seriously think about it, what notoriety would an ex-witch gain in a Christian environment? The comment above from my Christian accuser speaks for itself.
What about the response of the brethren? Dr. Dale A. Robbins puts it this way “We must be on guard that none of us would be used as a tool of the Devil to bring harassment or discouragement upon out brothers or sisters through continual criticism, as the Bible warns us not to “give place” to the Devil (Eph 4:27). Remember Satan is specifically called “the accuser of the brethren” (Rev. 12:10) The Bible says that the reason we are to come together as a church is, not to criticize, but to “exhort” (encourage) one another (Hebrews 10:25).” It’s not difficult to recognize the “accuser.” He opens his mouth and the accusations spew forth. He usually moves right before a move of God in an attempt to distract and take away God’s glory. As Christians we need to be on guard and “not allow ourselves to become “personal Satan’s” for those who are covered in Christ blood”” - Revel Life Blog. The world will know we are Christians by our love… not our accusations.