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DEMON (Gk. daimon, and its derivative daimonion).
Used once in the New Testament (Acts 17:18); "foreign gods";
"Deities," for deity, but usually referring to the ministers of the devil, (Lk. 4:35; 9:1,42; Jn. 10:21; etc.);
Satan is the "ruler of the demons" (Matt. 9:34; 12:24; Mk. 3:22; Lk. 11:15; Gk. archonti ton daimonion).
Inferior spirit beings, Satan's angels who "did not keep their own domain," Jude 6; Matt. 25:41; Rev. 12:7,9.
Demons are said to enter into the body of a person to vex him with diseases (Matt. 9:33; 17:18; Lk. 4:35,41; 8:30,32-33; etc.), and a person was believed to be possessed by a demon when he suffered some exceptionally severe disease, (Matt. 4:33; 8:27) or acted and spoke as though mad (Matt. 11:18; Lk. 7:33; Jn. 7:20; etc.).
1 Timothy 4:1-6-- :Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy..."
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