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Satan Controls Sin

Jesus Warns of the Devil’s Power When you understand that the key ailments afflicting our society -- sexual addiction, drugs, alcohol, murder, wars, Witchcraft -- are all under the control of a specific demon in Hell, you will realize how Satan has such control over people and over events at this most important time in world history. America Has Now Murdered 50 Million Babies Through Abortion! How does a Satanist view Abortion? Did you know that the Illuminati views Abortion as a major and indispensable tool to enable them to achieve the New World Order? Why? Satan demands blood sacrifices for use of his powers. For instance, World War I and II were sacrifices, as will be World War III for the Illuminati to achieve a New World Order. The Satanic rulers go to their points of covenants, such as groves, rivers, seas and high places to receive power, strength and refreshing for their spirits. How do they refresh their spirits? They build altars to Lucifer and bring blood sacrifices such as witchcraft, rituals, bloodshed, human, animal abortions, wars, etc. Also there could be sexual magical rituals consisting of erotic perversions and all types of promiscuity. These sinful acts actually give strength to the demonic powers. Can Satan have Power over a Believer? Jesus warns of the Devil’s power; “Simon, Simon, Satan has demanded to sift you as wheat. But I have prayed for you. Simon that your faith not fail. When you have turned back, strengthen your brothers,” Lk. 22:31-32. Simon was a believer, the same as Job, Satan had to ask God for permission to “sift him like wheat.” God gave Satan the permission because His grace is stronger than Satan’s temptations and Simon’s carnal sin. Simon’s flesh was weak but when he was called to come again to Jesus, he repented and returned. Simon was strengthened when he received the Holy Spirit. 

 

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