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Matthew Basic wrote:

Hi, guys —

A couple of months ago I said I would sell my soul to the devil and I'm worried it might be sold.
I did not do or say anything else to contact the devil.

All I said was I sell my soul to the devil so please help me.

  • Is my soul sold or not?

. . . by the way, I am a Catholic.


  { If I said that I have sold my soul to the devil, is it gone, or can I get it back? }

Bob replied:


I have no idea why you would say such a thing, but it was seriously wrong, even in jest.

The Good News is that there is forgiveness in Christ. Go to Confession and let Jesus be Lord of your life. He is the one who paid for your soul with His Own Blood, He deserves your allegiance.

Renounce Satan and you will okay but don't mess with evil because you will lose more than you ever imagined.


Bob Kirby

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