In this tract we examine what is a biblical position about hallucinogenic drug use. The Bible condemns this kind of drug use as being a doorway to the demonic world. It is regularly used in witchcraft and wicked, pagan religions to "communicate with the spirits", and we offer help in the form of Bible verses to break the addiction to drugs.
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In this tract we treat the problem of depression. Depression is not a physical disease, it is an emotional and spiritual disease that "bleeds over" and causes aggravation and physical consequences if not attended to at the spiritual-social-emotional level. We present what God gives us as medicine to cure depression, and God's Word is never wrong or ineffective.
In this tract we explore what the Bible has to say about sexual purity. Note that we speak harsh language in this tract, denouncing the sexual sins of our society using passages of Scripture that God clearly indicates His great wrath against these sins.
In this tract we explore what the Bible has to say about fasting. Fasting is a spiritual activity that God has placed in our disposition for drawing near to God, resolving problems in our life, as well as finding God's will in matters of confusion, sin, or direction. We can gain spiritual knowledge of God's will through prayer and dedicating time to talking with God, which is the whole purpose of fasting.
In this tract we examine suicide in the light of the Bible. Suicide is usually caused by depression, unsolved and seemingly unsolveable problems in life that force a person into taking drastic measures. Instead of a release from all these problems, suicide only makes matters worse, very worse. In this tract we examine what God has to say about this.
In this tract we expose Halloween (and Day of the Dead) as Catholic conventions intented to bring people into the Catholic traditions, customs, and finallly beliefs. There is no reason why any Christian should celebrate this pagan holiday based on witchcraft, demonism, and other satanic roots which Catholicism has incorporated into its structure.