Is It Ok To Make Oaths

Is it ok th swear or make an oath? Newsletter dated April 6, 2015

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The Answer: No!
Jesus told his disciples not to swear at all.  And the author of James condemned swearing “above all things.”  But above all things, brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.James 5:12
Have you ever made an oath to an organization or secret society or your ancestors?

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Secret Societies who make oaths such as Freemasonry.  Did your parents, grandparents or great grandparents involved in freemasonry?

Did you know their involvement put a curse on you family blood line going forward?

Freemasonry’s practices and doctrines are iniquities laced with idolatry.  Idolatry is an abomination to God.

In that ceremony the initiate is bare-chested and blindfolded with a noose around his neck. He is then taken outside the lodge, they knock on the door and a person inside asks the initiate what he wants? He then answers by saying, “I want to come out of the darkness and enter into the light of freemasonry.” The initiate is then brought into the lodge still blindfolded and a dagger or sword or other sharp object is placed against his bare chest. He then swears the first of many blood oaths and curses over himself and his family. He agrees to be murdered or mutilated if the oath of the degree is violated.

The spirit of infirmity comes in from the noose around the neck, which is evidenced by the fruit of asthma, allergies and other breathing disorders in the descendants of Freemasons.
Albert Pike, considered to be the father of modern freemasonry; in his book “Morals and Dogma of Freemasonry” Wrote this:

“Masonry like all religions, all the mysteries conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect and use false explanations and misrepresentations of its symbols to mislead those who only deserve to be misled…

The higher degrees they make a pledge to BAPHOMET.  Who is Baphomet? Baphomet is an enigmatic, goat-headed figure found in several instance in the history of occultism.   The symbol is associated with anything relating to occultism, ritual magic, witchcraft, Satanism and esoterica. Baphomet often pops up in popular culture to identify anything occult.

The deeper a person goes into Freemasonry the more oaths they make and more curses comes on the family.


· Stabbing pains
· Heart attack
· Throat cancer
· Throat problems
· Vocal cord problems
· Roof of mouth or pallet in mouth problems
· Cancer of the vocal cords
· Sinusitis
· Bronchitis and other lung problems
· Speech problems
· Asthma
· Hay fever
· Emphysema
· Insanity
· Sleep Apnea
· Autoimmune diseases
· Strokes
· Infertility

Other curses:  poverty, suicidal thoughts, a lot of fear, depression, your marriage is cursed, and the list goes on and on.

Another issue is spiritual blindness.  Maybe you love the Lord but at times you hear a spirit that mocks God.  Maybe you stand strong in your walk but at times weak with doubt and unbelief.  These are just a very few issues people wrestle with when there is Freemasonry in the bloodline.

Isn’t it time to get free from these curses?

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