ooOOoo – BOO!


Like every child in America, we’re told there are no such things as ghosts. No werewolves, no vampires, no zombies. It’s greatly reassuring and helps us to be rational as we grow older and see and experience new things. We seem to go through a phase in our teens where we become overly interested in horror movies and wild science fiction movies and even scary literature like a lot of Edgar Allan Poe’s stories. A rite of passage, one might say. Part of the maturing process.

When we become Christian, there’s an adjustment to be made to the original dictates. If one accepts Christ, one also must accept the idea of the spiritual side of things; those things incorporeal. When we pray alone, we’re not really alone as all the host of heaven (the spirits in heaven) pray with us. We come to know the Holy Spirit (once called the…

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