This world has many fascinating destinations and things that can overwhelm the average Joe, men have been beguiled and hypnotised through out the centuries, unbeknown to this fact. These suckers, then, and now, have been working for wicked spirits, following paths of uncleanness.
As we look at the word "beguiled," we see there are many descriptions and explanations for it. Contemplate the complicated way these words work on man, to steal his life. The Hebrew word explains they are done by spells ?
ANY BELIEVER WHO IS BEGUILED HAS TO BE RELIGIOUS AND NOT A TRUE RUACH FILLED BELIEVER.
BEGUILE: verb: beguile; 3rd person present: beguiles; past tense: beguiled; past participle: beguiled; gerund or present participle: beguiling 1. charm or enchant (someone), often in a deceptive way. "he beguiled the voters with his good looks"
synonyms: charm, attract, enchant, entrance, win over, woo, captivate, bewitch, spellbind, dazzle, blind, hypnotize, mesmerize, seduce, tempt, lead on, lure, entice, ensnare, entrap; deceive, mislead, take in, trick, inveigle, dupe, fool, double-cross, hoodwink, take advantage of; informaltickle someone's fancy, float someone's boat, butter up, sweet-talk, soft-soap, bamboozle, con, diddle, shaft, pull a fast one on, put one over on, take for a ride, string along, lead up the garden path, pull the wool over someone's eyes; informalsucker, snooker; pull a swifty on "he'll beguile you with his famous smile" charming, attractive, appealing, pleasing, pleasant, lovely, delightful, enchanting, entrancing, charismatic, captivating, bewitching, spellbinding, hypnotizing, mesmerizing, magnetic, alluring, enticing, tempting, inviting, seductive, irresistible; - dreamy, heavenly, gorgeous, come-hither "he praised her in that soft, beguiling voice"
antonyms: repel, be straight with, unappealing trick (someone) into doing something. "they were beguiled into signing a peace treaty" 2. LITERARY - help (time) pass pleasantly. "to beguile some of the time they went to the cinema" synonyms: entertain, amuse, delight, please, occupy, absorb, engage, distract, divert, interest, fascinate, enthral, engross, preoccupy, hold the attention of "the television programme has been beguiling children for years" while away, pass, spend, use up, take up; kill, waste, fritter, dissipate "to beguile some of the time they went to the cinema"
DO YOU HAVE FRIENDS WHO TRAVELLED OR HAVE JUST BEEN BEGUILED BY THINGS OF THIS WORLD, WHICH THEY WOULD NEVER BEFORE, HAVE HAD THE SLIGHTEST INTEREST IN BEFORE? HAVE YOU SEEN THEM CHANGE SO MUCH THAT THEY HAVE LOST THEMSELVES?
Many today have been seduced, "BEGUILED," by the unclean community of evil spirits living amongst us. Their fascination has hypnotised and beguiled them off the path to righteousness and to their own destruction. Be very careful in these last days and remember only love conquers all. You may think you are the same old you but the signs in your behaviour may say something different.
By Christopher Hilton . . .