Deuteronomy 4:19–And beware lest you lift up your eyes to the heavens, and when you see the sun, moon and stars, even all the host of the heavens, you be drawn away and worship them and serve them, things which the Lord your God has allotted to all nations under the whole heavens. (AMP)
“Can’t go with you after all,” my friend said seriously. “My horoscope says it’s not a good day to travel!” She is not alone. Millions of people (and yes, more than a few Christians) are stuck in the horoscope ‘tell me the future’trap. They read theirs ‘just for fun’and some even live their lives totally in its grip.
God’s plan for us does not include phony information from horoscopes, fortune cookies, tea leaves, ouija boards or worse.
Leviticus 19:26b–neither shall you use magic, omens, or witchcraft [or predict events by horoscope, or signs or lucky days.] (AMP)
Need direction in our lives? Then let’s turn to our one and only true guide, God and his Word.
Prayer: Lord, forgive us for even entertaining the idea that anybody or anything knows more than you do. Forgive us. We will worship only you. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
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There is no such thing as horoscopes “just for fun.” Even though, legally (in the US), they must be followed by a disclaimer that they’re “for entertainment purposes only,” they’re a form of divination that the Bible says we are to avoid at all costs.