Scanning my favorite websites for end times-related stories, I could hardly believe the article that stood before me.
The title of the article? Retail Giant Amazon selling Children’s Book with Satanic Sigils to Summon Demons.
From the Amazon description, “Don’t want to take the trash out tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial-up some demons! But be careful, even if these spirits are mostly silly than scary, they are still demons.”
As my one of my favorite sportscaster’s used to proclaim after a play that was inexplicable … “Oh my!”
The website Vox.com offers a children’s coloring book titled, The Satanic Children’s BIG BOOK of Activities.
Here’s a sample coloring page from the book:
Readers of this article will be and should be outraged.
Satan is taking the most vulnerable among us (our children) and feeding them incredible filth and evil. He knows that his time is growing short and Jesus is going to return and set up his kingdom. Because of the lateness of God’s prophetic time clock, we know The Evil One will dig deep into the evil recesses of his heart, and examples like this leave us speechless.
And afraid … namely for our children and grandchildren.
Jimmy Connors, the Hall-of-Fame tennis player, was once asked the formula to his huge success as a professional. It’s simple, he responded, “I always keep my eye on the ball.” In these times of confusion, growing apostasy, and cultural moral absence … we must keep our eye on the ball.
What does that mean?
It means we always must ‘see’ the fundamentals of God’s Holy Word, Prayer, and Christian Fellowship in front of us. I’m not saying once or twice a week. I’m saying each and every day.
I just retired, and one of the best things now is my ability to read God’s Word daily. My former career was intense and time consuming and it was difficult for me to be able to dive into scripture on a daily basis.
Because I was unable to make a structured commitment to intentionally read each day … it always made me feel guilty. You may be in the same situation where the demands of your career or your family make it difficult to have a daily devotional time. So much as we can, though, especially today … we need to read the Bible as consistently as we can.
“Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15)
Developing a consistent prayer life is even more difficult that being in the Word each day. This is clearly evident in a 2017 PEW Research study that examined adult prayer habits in the United States.1
55% of Christians pray DAILY
16% of Christians pray WEEKLY
6% of Christians pray MONTHLY
24% of Christians pray SELDOM or NEVER