More on demons
I would like to briefly comment on Mike Hendricks' column of 7-17 A.D. 2004. Mike, I would like to tell you some facts about demons that you may not be aware of. Demons tremble before God; demons recognize Jesus Christ as Lord and as their future judge.
Some folks say they are offended by a Ten Commandments or Scripture or by praise and worship of God, but it is not really the people who are offended. It is the demons inside of them that are nervous. Demons are like roaches; there is never just one of them, they infest a human or an animal in bunches.
A sure way to know if a person is infested by demons is if that person knows or says, "It's uncontrollable." A common comment by someone who has demons is: "I don't know what came over me!"
Or, "I don't know why I did that." Sometimes demons enter people without permission. Satan's agenda is to kill, steal and destroy through his demons in people.
Demons believe in God and they tremble, and in that sense, they are smarter than the so-called "Atheist." Sometimes demons enter a person or animal through a satanic object or symbol, also.
One way to get rid of demons is to die. The only other way to rid ones self of demons is to become reborn through Jesus Christ. Jesus is the only authority over demons.
A person must want to be free of the demonic. Through rebirth, a person is instantly set free from demons, but sometimes that habits of the sin remain. To get rid of the habits, the following must be realized:
2. Jesus is the only one who can deliver us from demons. 3. It's not what we do or what we don't do, it's what Jesus has done for us. 4. Forgive everyone, in your heart, who has ever hurt you. The hater is a slave of the "hatee."
Elvis Presley's mother died, and his dad remarried Rick Stanley's mother, which made Rick and his brother stepbrothers of Elvis. After Elvis died, Rick Stanley became reborn. I have a tape of Rick's testimony, before (B.C.) and after his conversion.
A few hours after his rebirth, he walked through the door of his future mother-in-law's house, and she looked at him and gasped, "You don't even look the same!" Further information concerning demons is in the books, "Pigs in the Parlor," "A Practical Guide to Deliverance," by Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, "And They Shall Cast Out Demons" by Derek Prince, and of course, the Holy Bible. (If it's in the Bible, it's the truth!) Two interesting chapters in "Pigs in the Parlor" are Chapter 5, "How Demons Enter," and Chapter 12, "Self Deliverance."
Ask anyone who has been delivered or wants to be delivered, and he or she will tell you, "Demons are real and they should not be trifled with."
George R. Anderson