Beyoncé Practices ‘Extreme Witchcraft’, Says Her Ex-drummer

Beyoncé‘s former drummer, Kimberly Thompson, has requested a restraining order against the singer because she “extreme witchcraft”, The Blast has reported.

According to the lawsuit, Beyoncé has allegedly been using her magic to run surveillance and control Thompson’s finances.

Thompson also claimed that Beyoncé started a campaign of harassment against her, which includes “dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation”.

She also alleged that the singer murdered her kitten.

A judge denied Thompson’s request for a restraining order.

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Why Does Revival Tarry (Leonard Ravenhill)

Why does revival tarry? The answer is simple enough—because evangelism is so highly commercialized. The tithes of widows and of the poor are spent in luxury-living by many evangelists. The great crowds, great lines of seekers, great appreciation by the mayor, etc., are shouted to high heaven. All get publicity—except the love-offering! The poor dupes who give ‘‘think they do God service,’’ while all they are doing is keeping a big-reputationed, small-hearted preacher living in Hollywood style.

Excerpt From: Leonard Ravenhill’s “Why Revival Tarries”

The Emphasis Today in Christian Circles Is Quantity, Not Quality (AW Tozer)

The emphasis today in Christian circles appears to be on quantity, with a corresponding lack of emphasis on quality. Numbers, size and amount seem to be very nearly all that matters even among evangelicals. The size of the crowd, the number of converts, the size of the budget, the amount of the weekly collections: if these look good the church is prospering and the pastor is thought to be a success. The church that can show an impressive quantitative growth is frankly envied and imitated by other ambitious churches.

This is the age of the Laodiceans. The great goddess Numbers is worshiped with fervent devotion and all things religious are brought before her for examination. Her Old Testament is the financial report and her New Testament is the membership roll. To these she appeals as arbiters of all questions, the test of spiritual growth and the proof of success or failure in every Christian endeavor.

A little acquaintance with the Bible should show this up for the heresy it is. To judge anything spiritual by statistics is to judge by another than scriptural judgment. It is to admit the validity of externalism and to deny the value our Lord places upon the soul as over against the body. It is to mistake the old creation for the new and to confuse things eternal with things temporal. Yet it is being done every day by ministers, church boards and denominational leaders. And hardly anyone notices the deep and dangerous error.

AW Tozer
1897-1963