Wednesday, March 3, 2010

So i have this battery operated razor that is in my bath room cabinet?

and it keeps turning on, and the only way to turn it on is to push the button. Just a few min. ago i was in the bath room having a cigg. when i heard it going off, i went to open the cabinet and it stopped. This only started a few hours ago after i told a friend i stopped using my ouija board sometime ago. What do you think am i going crazy?So i have this battery operated razor that is in my bath room cabinet?
Yes, a ghost has a five o'clock shadow.So i have this battery operated razor that is in my bath room cabinet?
Yikes- you shouldn't have been messing with the ouija board- lol- seriously- that's inviting demonic activity. Well, you'll see.
If only there were some body of knowledge relevant to this topic, perhaps some sort of basic engineering dealing with electrical objects. Oh, but that's just impossible. The Bible doesn't mention anything like that, so it must be demons!
Take out the battery, at least it will stop it from going off.

Gremlins runnnn! lol

--No, obviously your shaver has got a loose wire or something.
Yes. Ghosts need a good shave from time to time.

Either that or it has a short in it.
It is obviously a demon who is self conscious about his body hair. Don't hurt his feelings!
It's telling you to take the job in Des Moines.

Oh, and your dead kitty is fine.
No you aren't going crazy. I was just trying to mess with you! Gotcha!
Don't tell me you bought one of those Clapper Razors?
weird....pray for relief
More than likely you are experiencing a demon attack. Don't freak out. It has been reported that demons have bothered people who use Ouija boards. One example is from Germany. A class was temporarily left without supervision. They decided to experiment with an Ouija board. While using it, some students felt the presence of demons and fled in panic.

God’s Word shows that those who are suffering from demon attacks can get free from such harassment. Prayer plays a vital role in such liberation. (Mark 9:25-29) But someone troubled by demons may need to take additional steps. Events involving first-century Christians illustrate what else may be required.

Before they became followers of Christ, some individuals in ancient Ephesus were involved with demonism. However, after they made up their mind to serve God, “those who practiced magical arts brought their books together and burned them up before everybody.” (Acts 19:19) By destroying their books on divination, those new believers in Ephesus set an example for any who wish to free themselves from demon attacks today. It is imperative for such ones to get rid of all objects related to spiritism. This includes books, magazines, movies, material from electronic sources, music recordings that have spiritistic overtones, as well as amulets or other items worn for “protection” or linked to spiritistic practices.—Deuteronomy 7:25, 26; 1 Corinthians 10:21.

Some years after those Christians in Ephesus had destroyed their books on magic, the apostle Paul wrote: “We have a wrestling . . . against the wicked spirit forces.” (Ephesians 6:12) Paul urged Christians: “Put on the complete suit of armor from God that you may be able to stand firm against the machinations [crafty acts] of the Devil.” (Ephesians 6:11) That advice is still valid. Christians must fortify their spiritual defenses in order to stay out of the reach of wicked spirits. “Above all things,” stressed Paul, “take up the large shield of faith, with which you will be able to quench all the wicked one’s burning missiles.” (Ephesians 6:16) A person strengthens his faith through Bible study. (Romans 10:17; Colossians 2:6, 7) Hence, regular Bible study helps us to develop faith that serves as a bulwark against the influence of wicked spirits.—Psalm 91:4; 1 John 5:5.

Those Christians in Ephesus needed to take yet another important step. Paul told them: “With every form of prayer and supplication . . . carry on prayer on every occasion in spirit.” (Ephesians 6:18)
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