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  Debi Pearl's Created to be His Help Meet Book

 Witchcraft Terms and Teaching

Created to be His Help Meet by Debi Pearl book cover (2004)This article cites some of the witchcraft words, phrases, and teachings found in the book, Created to Be His Help Meet (copyright 2004) by Debi Pearl of No Greater Joy Ministries.

This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. (1 John 1:5)

Jesus said, "I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light of life." (John 8:12)

I am come a light into the world, that whosoever believeth on me should not abide in darkness. (John 12:46)


Sex is Worship

Created to be His Help Meet promotes the Pearls' "wife worshiping the husband via sex" theme in the form of a letter from a reader of Michael Pearl's Holy Sex book:

"Times when I kissed and touched him from head to toe, for me were feelings of adoration and sometimes worship of him, and I felt it was wrong. I loved him so much and desired to pour all my being into him, but I struggled with whether it was right to do."

Created to Be His Help Meet (p. 171)

Debi Pearl's commentary on this letter reinforces her husband's "sex is worship" Luciferian teaching that he promotes in his Holy Sex book. According to the Pearl's teaching, the act of sexual intercourse illustrates God's relationship with his people:

"Marriage between a man and a woman is a picture of our relationship with Christ. The physical union between a man and a woman is so beautiful, so otherwordly, that God uses sexual intercourse to illustrate our relationship with him." (Bold emphasis in the original.)

Created to Be His Help Meet (p. 172)

The first sentence in in bold text as if it is meant to be emphasized, but that is not the case. Actually, it is the second sentence that is the focus. This sentence is perverse and is a reinforcement of Michael Pearl's false teachings in his Holy Sex book. God does not use sexual intercourse to illustrate or depict our relationship to him. It is Satan who uses sexual acts to illustrate his followers' relationship with him, not the God of the Bible.

Debi Pearl repeats the second part of the same statement on page 175:

"The physical union between a man and a woman is so beautiful, so otherworldly that God uses sexual intercourse to illustrate our relationship with him (Ephesians 5:22-33)"

Debi provided scripture references this time but these verses do not teach or even support what the Pearls are teaching.

Debi Pearl dissects the marriage relationship and sections off the sexual component for inordinate focus. She is teaching that God uses one act in marriage to illustrate the Christian's relationship to him. This one act is sexual intercourse. The idea of sex being centrally important to worship is found in witchcraft, not Christianity.

Notice that Debi Pearl used the word, "otherworldly" in this passage. Otherworldly means, in this context, "relating to an imaginary or spiritual world." (1) Synonyms for otherworldly: alien, ethereal, mystical, transcendental. (2)

Debi Pearl is teaching her readers that sex is about relating to a spiritual world. Because she says sex is worship, she means a real spiritual world. This is witchcraft ideology and is foreign to the Bible.

Debi is teaching that having sex is divine worship:

In reference to being sexy for your man:

"It [sex] is intended by God to be an earthly example of divine worship and intimacy."

Created to Be His Help Meet (p. 176)

The God of the Bible does not accept sex as worship to him, who does  who accepts "divine worship" in the form of sex?

"The divine" that witches worship:

In sex magick, the body literally is the temple in which the divine is worshipped. The genital area is the altar. (2a)


Otherworldly Spiritualism

Debi Pearl used witchcraft terminology in describing a certain woman's walk with the Lord:

"She was given to 'words from the Lord.' Her spiritual passions and commitments were deep, according to her, and he was convinced so as well. He was intimidated by her because he carried guilt from past sins , which she never let him forget, and he was somewhat awed by her otherworldly spiritualism."

Created to Be His Help Meet (p. 59-60)

Debi is saying that the woman's husband was somewhat awed by her otherworldly spiritualism. That is communicating the idea that he was somewhat awed by the fact that she was a mediuma witch who communicates with evil spirits who pose as spirits of the dead.

I defined "otherworldly" earlier in this article. Spiritualism means:

a system of belief or religious practice based on supposed communication with the spirits of the dead, especially through mediums. (3)

Notice that Debi gave the phrase, "otherworldly spiritualism" a positive connotation because the woman's husband was impressed that his wife had this kind of spirituality.

Debi chose to use this particular phrase. There are many other terms she could have used in this passage that have nothing to do with witchcraft.


God's Novel About Sex

In reference to the Song of Solomon, Debi Pearl wrote:

"As you read God's novel about sex, ask yourself if you feel toward your husband that same hunger as the shepherd girl did for her lover."

Created to Be His Help Meet (p. 176)

A novel is a fictional work. The Bible is God's word and God's word is truth. (John 17:17) God is not capable of telling a lie. (Titus 1:2)

Debi Pearl's act of downgrading a book of the Bible into a mere novel is not artistic or creative license. It is profanation. Profanation is:

blasphemous behavior; the act of depriving something of its sacred character

degradation of something worthy of respect; cheapening (4)

Debi Pearl has degraded and cheapened the Song of Solomon by referring to it as "God's novel about sex."


God's Novel is Graphic in its Description of Sex

Debi Pearl, who lowered the Song of Solomon to a mere novel, also debased its character in her description of this book of the Bible:

"The Song of Solomon is dedicated to singing praise to God for the joyful expression of love in the sexual union of a man and his wife. It is so graphic in its description of erotic pleasure that it is embarrassing for some to read or hear read aloud."

Created to be His Help Meet (bold emphasis added p. 166)

This is what erotica does. Erotica is "literature or art intended to arouse sexual desire." Debi is teaching that the Song of Solomon is graphicvivid and explicit in detailof erotic pleasure. If that was true, then it would indeed arouse sexual desire.

Debi's statement that this book of the Holy Bible is so graphic in its description of erotic pleasure that it can embarrass the reader sends the message that God's Holy word is capable of inciting impure thoughts (lust) in the reader. This is contrary to God's character and contrary to the purifying character of his word. The Bible does not defile; it sanctifies:

Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. John 17:17

What really embarrasses the reader is what false teachers say about the Song of Solomon.

There is a big difference between love and erotica.

The Song of Solomon is about love:

The Song of Solomon is about love, expressed in poetic form. Yes, it depicts in a largely figurative manner the physical expression of love in a beautiful and pure manner that reflects the pure nature of God.

Erotica is about lust:

Debi Pearl lowered the Song of Solomon to the lowest carnal denominator possible by calling it "God's novel about sex" that is graphic in its description of erotic pleasure (sex).

The Song of Solomon is not a book of erotica (lust) because every word of God is pure. (See Proverbs 30:5)


Luciferian Slant on the Fall of Man

Debi Pearl, like her husband, Michael, teaches Luciferian doctrine about the fall of mankind:

"Remember that the sin of Eve was to seek deeper knowledge and to be like the gods. Independent of her husband, she sought to go deeper.

Created to be His Help Meet (p. 181; underlining in the original)

According to Debi Pearl, Eve's sin was to seek "deeper knowledge" and to be like the gods." In this statement, Debi Pearl is communicating what Luciferians believe and teach. They refer to the fall of mankind as "enlightenment" and, like Debi, refer to Eve's sin as seeking deeper knowledge.

Here Debi is teaching her Christian readers the Luciferian belief  that Eve sought a "higher state of being":

"Satan knew that the man could not be deceived, but the woman could. So, when she drew near to the tree, he convinced her that life would be better if she sought the higher state of being, "like the gods"—gaining spiritual insight into the nature of good and evil."

Created to be His Help Meet  (p. 107, bold emphasis added)

And here she wrote that Eve wanted "deeper spiritual insights":

"She wanted deeper spiritual insights than those provided by God."

Created to be His Help Meet  (p. 107, bold emphasis added)

The Bible does does not convey the idea that Eve coveted a higher state of being and deeper spiritual insights. It says:

And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat. (Genesis 3:6)

Eve saw that: (1) the tree was good for food, (2) it was pleasant to the eyes, and (3) a tree to be desired to make one wise.

Yes, in addition to wanting to eat the fruit and appreciating its pleasant appearance, Eve wanted to become wisebut she was deceived by Satan into seeking to become "wise." She was innocent and did not understand what wise meant or what evil meant. She was deceived into disobeying God because Satan caused her to think she would benefit by knowing evil as well as good. Eve was not knowingly seeking a "higher state of being," which is the meaning Luciferians ascribe to the fall of man.

It is important to understand that Luciferians do not view Eve's descent into sin as as a fall. Because they view Lucifer as a "god of light" and a "god of knowledge," (4a)  they believe she was enlightened, which is what the words Debi Pearl selected suggest:

deeper knowledge, higher state of being, deeper spiritual insights


Channels Her Mind

In Debi Pearl's list of "Traits of a Good Help Meet," she wrote:

She channels her mind into positive ways of saying "yes."

Created to be His Help Meet (p. 274; bold emphasis added)

Christians do not channel their minds. Channeling one's mind is a term and practice found in the occult/New Age Movement, witchcraft, Numerology, Hinduism, Buddhism, Kundalini, and more.

Here are a few examples of how "channel your mind" is used in the occult:

Hinduism: You are the son of God Sivan who wears the Ganges river and cyanodon grass in his long, braided hair. It is therefore prudent to channel your mind towards concentrating on the holy feet of Murukan to get salvation. (5)

Kundalini: It is good to know that the consistent practice of doing this shaking meditation for 30-60 minutes a day with these 3 core spiritual understandings above, will naturally channel your mind towards focusing on the Kundalini energy within you. (5a)

Yoga (Purpose of Yoga is to united with Brahman): Yoga is the art to channel your mind in a specifically assigned direction. (5b)

Occult meditation: But the way meditation is commonly sold, it’s as if calm and enlightenment are inherent aspects of meditation itself – that all one has to do is sit and channel your mind into a single point and voila, your life is changed. The dream appears! (5c)


Casts a Spell

Debi Pearl wrote:

"Oh but I would be remiss in not telling you: long hair casts a spell on men that is unparalleled."

Created to be His Help Meet (p. 252)

Christian women do not cast spells; witches do.


Love Potion

Debi wrote:

The Bible is far more literal than you may think. A broken spirit and dry bones result from not having a merry heart. A merry heart is very good medicine. It is a love potion."

Created to be His Help Meet (p. 26)

Love potions are very common in witchcraft. (6)


Traveling in Spirit

Here Debi used the witchcraft term, "traveling in spirit":

"Modern inventions have provided a way for a woman to stay at home and still not be a keeper at home. We can sit at home in body while traveling in spirit by means of the telephone and the computer." Created to be His Help Meet (p. 212)

"Traveling in spirit" is an older term for what is now called astral projection:

Astral projection was long ago known as 'Traveling in Spirit' and may have been a more common experience before modern times when we all became more focused on physical reality as the cultures changed as the cultures changed and our physical needs became more demanding." (7)



Most of the urls are to occult websites and are intended for documentation only.

(2a) Preparations for Sex Magick: Acceptance of your body as the temple
(6) A Google search with the words, "love potion" witchcraft produced 225,000 results.
(7) Communicating with Spirit (Google Books)


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