Never thirst again.

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SpellsLove  ► Truth  ► Never thirst again.
This will explain how you can let your soul be satisfied and never thirst again.
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Your heart, soul and a mind of understanding.

Casting Instructions for 'Never thirst again.'

This is not a spell but more a message to anyone who is willing to listen and open enough to try and understand. Please try not and let bias and hatred rain over you when you read this. Be sure to read all of it.


In chapter 4 of the New Testament Gospel of John, verses 7 through 15 you will read about the story of Jesus and a Samarian woman. In this story Jesus asks the woman if she could give him a drink from the well that the woman was at. Jesus eventually says (in relation to the well water), "Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again." He then goes onto say, "But whosoever drinketh of the water that i shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that i shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." Now what Jesus was saying is that if you believe in who he is and what he teaches then you will never have any thirst for something more; you will be given something that will forever fill your soul with total fulfillment (like a well of water springing up into everlasting life.)

At this point you are probably just thinking that I am a crazy Christian and that the Bible has been proven false, maybe you even think Jesus Christ wasn't even a real person. I assure you that i am not a crazy Christian and if you want to say the Bible is false/full-of-errors/just-stories, then i would first say, get a King James Bible and also get a book called "The Errors" in the King James Bible by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. I also suggest getting the book New Age Bible Versions by Gail Riplinger. Then I would show you a website that proves the accuracy and reliability of the bible; which is here,


Now what i am trying to do is give you the message of the Gospel, in other words the good news of Jesus Christ.

So let me ask you a question first: Are you a good person? -Your answer will most likely be something along the lines of, "Yeah, I try do to good things, but no one is perfect."

So my next question would be: If Heaven and Hell were real where would you go when you die? -You would either get defensive or you might say something like, "I would probably go to Heaven because i'm generally a good person."

My final question would then be: So are you good enough to go to Heaven? -Most likely you wouldn't know for sure or you'd either say yes/no.

Now according to the Bible if you commit one sin of any kind you will go to Hell because of it. Let me give you five sins out of many; Lying, Stealing, Disobeying your parents, Worshiping false Idols, Using God's name in vain. If you haven't done one of these sins then you just lied to yourself and that alone is a sin. (In Romans 3:10 it says, "As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one.")

So how can you even get to heaven? Well there are only two ways; one way way is to never commit one sin your entire life or by believing in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour. As we know, none are righteous, no, not one. So obviously the only way anyone can get to heaven is by believing in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour. (In John 3:15-16 it says, "That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life," "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.")


So what difference does it make if you believe in this at all or if you accept this at all? Well, for one, you will be going to Hell when you die, and you will never be given eternal life in Heaven. But let's say hypothetically that I am wrong and the Bible isn't true; well then i am wrong, but you have to ask yourself was it wrong to believe in it, will it affect myself at all if i was wrong? I would say no it wouldn't. But let's assume hypothetically that reincarnation is real, and let's say you believe in the Bible and believe in Jesus Christ and are sure you are going to Heaven, now let us also say hypothetically that you are wrong in this belief. My answer would be so what? You would reincarnate again and would simply start over the proccess of life.

My point is that it isn't worth going to Hell because you didn't like (or couldn't accept) the way to get Heaven. It would be like someone complaning about how the hand looks that is reaching down trying to save you from the sinking ship that you are on.


If by this point you hate this message then i can't help you but just know i will be here if and when you are ready to be saved. Now if you want to know how to be saved and go to heaven then all you need to do is kneel down on the floor or ground and say a prayer from your heart. You simply say something along the lines of, "God i believe in you and i believe that your Son Jesus Christ lived and died on the cross, and that he was resurrected on the third day. I ask you oh Lord to grant me the gift of salvation through my faith in Jesus Christ, for what he did on the cross. Amen."

Keep in mind that once you accept the salvation that Jesus has given to you that you can never lose this gift of salvation. You will always have your salvation no matter what you do. Just remeber that God loves you and that if you have questions you need only send me a private message.

- Condmenation Ministry

Added to on Jun 05, 2019
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I have no problem with Christianity. (I was actually raised going to church and I adore everyone there. It was a fabulous community that taught acceptance, love, and giving.) I do have a problem with proselytizing, especially when people use scare tactics to attempt to convert people. The argument that people may as well be Christian just in case Hell exists has been debunked multiple times. To name one reason, there are multiple religions that claim potential negative consequently after death, and there's no way to convert to and follow all of them. Besides, it's entirely possible to practice witchcraft and Christianity, and though I could be wrong, it seems there's an implication that it isn't possible in this article.

So I honestly thought this was written by a child. Listen, I don't care what path you walk as long as you're a good person I have no problem with you. I do get annoyed when you tell me I'm going to hell for my beliefs [which as someone who doesn't believe in heaven or hell is like threatening me with Voldemort] the arrogance that you're right and therefore everyone else is wrong is astounding. BUT since you posted this, let me respond to your quarry [this'll be long, sorry everyone] ''don't let bias and hatred rain over you when you'' it's laughable you warn us of bias when this is completely bias in favour of Christianity [which again nothing wrong with Christianity the path] would you be willing to listen to our view and not take an ethnocentric stance? John 7-15 a woman was thirsty and Jesus decided to give her a sermon on his teaches when she just wanted a glass of water. you have no evidence she was soul searching. People can find the same level of joy and solace from their religion you get from yours. I know it's hard to believe, but that feeling of spiritual fulfillment isn't exclusive to Christianity. I feel it every day on my pagan path, my Mennonite friend feels the exact same feeling and we have a mutual respect of each other's faith and are both happy the other found their path to ''god''. Second verse [same as the first] the bible is second hand accounts about a man name Jesus [as well as the Torah] if you believe these stories that's fine [there are good stories in there, nice quotes, personally I really like the book of Ruth, but it doesn't hold up to historic events, so it's stories, not facts] if you find morality from the book fine, but again, not everyone does. Now, your questions: am I a good person? Yes. You will always be the villain in someone's story though, but I live every day trying to do more good than bad [granted, this is based on my morals, so worshipping my deities would put me on your naughty list] next; heaven and hell: this one confused me [mostly your ''logic''] I do not believe in heaven or hell in the slightest. I was raised Anglican and have gone to Catholic Church, spent a few years in catholic school as well as Christian school, and I have believed in reincarnation since I was 7. If heaven is real and the afterlife is as you claim, I know exactly what I will say to your God ''I honestly didn't believe in you in life, but I would hope you would judge a person by their actions and good deeds and not which invisible being they pray to. If that's a cause for damnation kindly send me to hell'' [i mean, I've got a great playlist lined up and Lucifer seems like a cool dude] your ''logic'' of ''nobody knows what happens so better be safe and follow me'' is ridiculous. If there's no evidence of what happens why not believe in reincarnation instead of eternity in the clouds [which would be torture to me, heavens so brightly lit and too much light causes me snow blindness] so I'm just going to believe what I believe until further notice if that's cool with you. As for your list of sins, all of those are human nature, so you've just proven heaven is empty [which might of converted me because I have social anxiety and hell seems far too crowded] as for the obey your parents I have a real thorn in my side. Even if they're terrible people? I'm sorry, but you don't owe your parents/family anything. If you are under 18 legally you do, but circumstances beyond your control means you share genetics, it doesn't make your parents worthy of anything, their actions do. [note I don't hate my parents, they did their best, and I still talk to them regularly, but their ''best'' was a pretty low bar. Respect is earned] good old John 3:15 while I like the quote, it sickens me you get a pass if you believe. If you're sincere it'll work, but i don't see many who sin and repent working to change [hate to bring up the priesthood but...] so, shockingly I don't hate you [mild annoyance with evangelicals is about it] what you fail to realize is we don't need saving, we don't want to be saved, and we don't hate you. Pagans are living a different life than you, but we are happy, we feel complete in our path, and we are spiritually fulfilled. You will never admit this as it will cause you to do some soul searching and figure out how other faiths can be happy without Jesus, by we can and we are. Some might find a new path and it might be Christianity and there's nothing wrong with that, just like there's nothing wrong with anyone's faith. It's when you take it to the extremes there are problems. If nothing else I would hope you would take the time to listen and learn about paganism from a non biased resource [specifically a resource that doesn't support your narrative] and educate yourself. Hopefully we can find a common ground and accept each other. Blessed be.

This was not posted on hate I think.. It is their view I am not saying anything but they had good intentions when posting this.

Sep 06, 2019
Probably not ''hate'' but it is Prostylitizing on a pagan forum site so it is more ''you're all sinners, my religion is correct, join me'' which is ignorant, prideful, and ethnocentric [three things I'm not a fan of and personally offensive because I've have a lot of personal experience with people like that] i applaud you giving them the benefit of the doubt, personally dealing with people who say their faith is better than yours there is a level of contempt for my [and other Pagans] faith, where there is no open dialogue but an ''I'm right, you're wrong'' fallacy and as far as ''hate'' it boils down to the old ''hate the sin not the sinner'' view which I still find demeaning

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