Good Luck: Should never be apart of a Christian Vocabulary

Ezekiel 13:18 says”And say, Thus says the Lord God: Woe to the women who sew magic bands upon all wrists, and make veils for the heads of persons of every stature, in the hunt for souls! Will you hunt down souls belonging to my people and keep your own souls alive.

How many times have you said good luck we wish people good luck when good things happen we will say it was by luck, well guys I hate to burst your bubble but there is no such thing as good luck in the kingdom of God.

Here God is telling Ezekiel that luck is evil and it’s witchcraft such a person preys on innocent souls promising them many things if they do certain rituals like wearing beans or having a luck charm bracelets. None of these things bring luck and yet from the very beginning of our up bringing we heard this word and so we brought into it we even taught our children this word and now we have a generation of people who are preying on the innocence of souls.

Why must we call things luck when we don’t understand it? Be warn friends and family the enemy is out to kill, steal and destroy he is not and never will be your friend stop falling for everything you don’t know.

We have even taken this word luck with the things of God when God blesses us instead of us saying it’s a blessing from God many will say it’s pure luck, there is nothing pure luck with God. We live in a world where there are two forces God’s spiritual realm and Satan’s evil realm you have to pick which one you will live in.

Don’t believe nothing to be pure luck don’t even say it was luck, if God blesses you say it comes from God when the enemy tries to bless you with something you know that comes from him say get behind me Satan. Because what you don’t see in your natural eyes is that they enemy is setting you up for failure every time you say the word luck and you being blind don’t even notice it until it’s too late and need God to rescue you.

Don’t give the devil a foot hole neither give him no open door. Remember he can be very cunning when he want to and once he has you in his prey then he leaves you high and dry. For a child of God there is no such thing as luck, you are blessed, so stop saying this work luck. Even if you come close to a tragic end and God spared you don’t say it was luck,  it was God who saved you luck had nothing to do with it. AMEN

If you say “Good Luck then get rid of that word from your vocabulary.

2 thoughts on “Good Luck: Should never be apart of a Christian Vocabulary

  1. This is so true. I realized years ago that “luck” had nothing to do with it. God knows all, even before it happens. So how can an event be “Luck”? I am very cautious to not use that word, not around Christians or the unchurched. Blessed or fortunate is better.

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