Sunday, November 17, 2019

Seven Other Spirits

There are many people who deny the existence of spiritual forces in the land.
There are also those that will grant the existence of God (the Holy Spirit) and angels as his agents.
It seems there are few who will grant the existence of demonic forces.
Why must one look like a religious nut when, upon witnessing some of the worst behavior that humans exhibit, we one posit that there is more than "madness" afoot.

Last week, a kid went into a school on his 16th birthday and shot up his classmates, then turned the gun on himself.

And yesterday an incident occurred in San Diego. "Domestic Violence, Murder-Suicide".

I can contemplate suicide, and I have. But never had it occurred to me to take innocents with me.

Can you not imagine a demonic force urging the student, or the father, to "kill them all, go ahead, do it!" and then in satanic humor point out the result and then say "Look what you've done! Kill yourself!" and laugh at the result?

And the benefit for the satanic? The fuel for the anti-gun forces to disarm a free people, a righteous people, that they might not defend themselves against further predations by demonically driven politicians who would subjugate in an effort to remove God's influence on the culture.

Matthew 12:45 New King James Version (NKJV)
45 Then he goes and takes with him seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter and dwell there; and the last state of that man is worse than the first. So shall it also be with this wicked generation.”

What other explanation for the madness we witness today?


  1. Evil is infectious and it spreads as people invite the powers of darkness to dwell within them.

    This life only grants us two things. Time, and a decision as to how we spend it (choice).

    We can all agree that some humans are born into circumstances where their choices are limited by their environment, but they still have the ability to choose. And in the end, we are defined by our choices.

  2. Well said, sir. And I agree with LL.

  3. We call it "mental illness".
    The fruit of that tree is evil.