A pastor is sounding the alarm on the troubling ways people are increasingly being conditioned to improperly partake in the supernatural realm.
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Mike Signorelli, senior pastor of V1 Church in New York City, is also warning that “carnal, natural-minded Christians” are the biggest barrier he sees to spiritual revival.
“We’re stepping into this area right now. New Age practices are becoming a normal phenomenon,” Signorelli told “The Playing With Fire Podcast.” “Even secular companies are provoking people to step into the spiritual realm or to believe in the supernatural in a way that, it’s like we’re moving past atheism and we’re moving into ‘spiritual but not religious’ as a people.”
The preacher offered a message to Christians who might be hesitant to talk about biblical evil with friends and family, warning that many of their loved ones are already engaging in the supernatural — but in deeply inappropriate and dangerous ways.
As Faithwire has reported, McDonald’s is just one of the companies that brought the occult — specifically Tarot card reading — into its marketing this year. Other companies have done the same, with Hollywood shows routinely bringing psychics, mediums, and others into the mainstream.
Watch Signorelli break these issues down around the 34-minute mark:
“Sometimes you’ll be like, ‘Well, I don’t want to freak my family out, or I don’t want to freak my coworkers out,'” he said. “Not knowing that your coworkers are burning sage in their home in hopes that unclear spirits are leaving … they’re reading their horoscopes.”
Signorelli said the refusal to engage is actually hampering faith, particularly when it is paired with the denial of the supernatural elements of the spiritual realm.
“Carnal, natural-minded Christians are the biggest barrier to revival right now,” he said. “Because your friends and family are all operating in the supernatural realm right now, but they’re illegally entering it.”
Read more about Signorelli’s comments on evil, deliverance, and more.
Anyone mistakenly thinking of engaging in such tactics should remember the biblical commands to trust God with our futures, not man.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding,” Proverbs 3:5-6 (NIV) reads. “In all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”
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