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Demon Possession -A Crazy Idea?

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James R Brayshaw

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Demon Possession is not a laughing matter nor is it something to fool around with. Concern for being under the control of a satanic minion has brought fear and trembling to untold millions of people.

In this enthralling episode of “The Imagine There’s No Satan” Show, we not only explore demonic possession but Jim and Angellah explain what is meant by the Greek words for “possessed by a demon”. The entire idea of a person being inhabited by an otherworld spirit is completely demystified. In light of the fact that there is no Satan, we can learn how sickness, mental illness, heretical religious beliefs, and following a false doctrine are all spoken of with the familiar terms; demon, devil, satan, and unclean spirits. Becoming free of demons is as simple as knowing the cause of the mysterious “demonic activity.” The cause is from the heart and mind of the hapless host. A person who's belief in demons has become their reality..

Movies like The Exorcist and current pop-media have cemented the belief of demonic possession into the minds of multitudes. But is demon possession really a case of a person being inhabited by an evil spirit? Inhabited to the point that part or all of their life is controlled by a spiritual demonic force? Some folks believe addictions, disease, maniacal behaviour, cursing, lust, gambling, hatred, sex scandals in the Catholic Church, and any vile behaviour is caused by a demon. To Catholic exorcists and spiritual warriors of charismatica, demons need to be cast out in Jesus name to liberate the poor soul from the talonned clutches of Satan. But why isn’t the power of Jesus’ name enough to stop the advances of Satan? Are we sure “demons” are the problem? Don't miss this important show to find out what demon possession is and how we can be certain no devil is in your head.

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