Tuesday, October 29th 2013
Who would imagine that your local Barnes and Noble bookstore could be a den of demons for children? I like bookstores, including Barnes & Noble. I’m a reader and writer. Barnes and Nobles has some great stuff. They sell my books. I’d go in more frequently, but I’m tempted to buy more books than I can afford. Sunday, our youngest child was looking for a book and wanted me to take her to the store. While in the children’s section I saw something that made my blood boil. I already knew that the publishing industry had targeted young children for occult-themed books; I just didn’t know how bad things had become. Books designed by demons were everywhere, especially this Halloween season.
Girl in ghost book is really a witch, suggesting children can
explore witchcraft as a fun pastime.
One display island was piled with dozens of titles, all of them potentially injurious to the spiritual health of a child. Some encouraged divination, others witchcraft, fear, necromancy, ghosts, zombies. Everything demonic you could imagine had one or more titles written for children. The photos below, along with the captions, speak for themselves. This is what America has come to with our departure from a biblical world view. You and I must prepare the next generation to wage spiritual warfare against the outcome of kids reading books like these!
An encouraging word: TAKE A STAND ON HALLOWEEN
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