Pentecostal Witchcraft: A Sermon by Joey Grizzle
Witchcraft is like a mathematical equation that cannot be solved. You can go layers upon layers, but there’s an element of witchcraft that has an unsolvable equation. You can use calculus or geometry or algebra, whatever you want to use, but as you progress through this desire to manipulate the supernatural, it is an unbalanced equation, and it leads to an unbalanced life. Now, some are very talented and can stretch out this balancing of the equation for many years, but in the end, it is still the mystery of Pi. It is always a number that has no end to it. It is something that has no particular solution.
In the book of 2 Samuel, we find the tragic story of Absalom, who experienced terrible grief and bitterness about the rape of his sister Tamar. Overcome with and anger and unforgiveness toward his father King David, Absalom sought to take the kingdom by force.
Using the details of this tragic story, Pastor Joey Grizzle shares how we can walk away from the bondage of bitterness and unforgiveness before it destroys our relationships.