what does strength and the devil combination suggest?
i have been getting this combination of tarot cards lately. what does it suggest?
Suggestion by Capricorn Venus
Abiltiy to withstand or deny an adulterous affair or similar sexual temptation. You will be presented a choice and your decision will have long term implications.
Suggestion by Beauty
Suggestion by SaggiMC
all depends on the questions you were asking…
Strength card is all about find that *inner strength* to go forward, to find and develop patience, courage willpower and determination, but also having to fight for fair play on occasions.
Devil card suggests problems and worries that may not be giving you any peace and quiet or maybe you are a bit fed up and depressed about your life or question you are asking about.
Are Tarot or Palm readings real or just money schemes?
Do you believe in Tarot or Palm readings? Or are they just a money scheme? How could I find a reputable tarot reader in my area if they seem to be a dime a dozen?
How does visiting a tarot card reader work? Are there any other types of Psychic/Fortune-telling methods that you find to be more accurate?
Suggestion by Jody
Personally I think its all garbage.
Suggestion by Mickypoo
There is no method for telling the future without the existence of information and data. Anyone saying otherwise is deluded by religious faith, self interest or greed.
You can divine the future through logic only but only with an accuracy based on the amount of available information. Life is a variable based on many variables.
Suggestion by believer_in_jesus37421
Let me ask you a question: Do you think the devil would like for you to get involved in these practices? The answer is yes—and that should be a solemn warning to you.
The Bible is very clear: If we want to please God, we will avoid everything that has anything to do with the occult (even if it seems innocent or harmless on the surface). The reason is because occult practices of any kind could involve you with spiritual forces that are opposed to God and are, in fact , in league with the devil.
I know that is a strong statement—but I can’t emphasize strongly enough how spiritually dangerous it is to follow Satan’s way rather than God’s way. When the Ephesians who had practiced the occult became Christians, they “brought their (magic) scrolls together and burned them publicly” (Acts 19:19). They knew there could be no compromise between their old way of living and God’s way.
Don’t try to resist the “pull” you feel toward the occult in your own strength. Instead, by faith turn to Christ and ask Him to come into your life and give you the strength of His Holy Spirit. Don’t be deceived, but come to Christ, who alone is “the way and the truth and the life” (John 14:6).
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