CMag Brief: Greg Locke Claps Back at Christian Ouija Board

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Abby Trivett

No, you don’t need a Ouija board to connect with the Holy Spirit.

In an Instagram video, Pastor Greg Locke is clapping back after being sent a “Christian” Ouija board.

“The church in the American culture is so, so deceived and brainwashed by witchcraft,” Locke says.

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The board game, which claims to have the power to allow people to directly communicate with the Holy Spirit, is what Locke calls “nothing but a ‘Christianized’ Ouija board,” adding that it is “straight-up witchcraft.”

Calling the board game “blasphemous,” Locke warns Christians against using such things that claim to be the direct way of communicating with Jesus. It is not by boards or other outside sources that we connect with God. If you are saved, the Holy Spirit dwelling inside you allows you to have a direct line to the heavenly throne room, not some man-made game.

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Locke not only warns against using these types of products, but he also says now is the time for the body of Christ to wake up and realize how much witchcraft has been infiltrated into church by using sage, doing yoga or celebrating days like Halloween. We are not supposed to take these things lightly but rather to stay completely away from them.

“This is a portal to demonism,” Locke says of the Christian Ouija board. “This is blasphemy of the Holy Ghost.”

Locke assures viewers that he will not be opening the board game, but that it will be thrown into a burn pile.

“It’s time to get bold,” Locke says. “I think it’s just ridiculous that Christians are wrapped up in stuff like this. Christians defending addictions to horror movies. Christians defending Halloween and haunted houses. And now, Christian Ouija boards? The Holy Spirit board? This is Holy Spirit blasphemy.”

While some will see this board game as an opportunity for comedic relief and others will take it seriously, it is best for Christians to stay away from such things so as not to open up the door to demonic entities and influence in their life.

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Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media.

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Abby Trivett is copywriter for Charisma and an editorial intern.

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