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Richard March 29, 2017 at 6:42 pm

I do believe that the devil can make you think you are possessed but as you stated in your article I do not believe a true spirit-filled born again believer can be possessed by demons, unless you turn away from God and His church.

Jack Wellman March 29, 2017 at 8:02 pm

Thank you sir.

albert munemo March 30, 2017 at 7:58 am

Its good to know about the word of God

Carol. Welch April 1, 2017 at 2:33 am

I agree with what this article depicted about Christianity, however I really would of like to ask a question that revolves around being a christian; which I could answer to the best of my ability. Question first…what defines a christian, for example there are churches like the Brooklyn tabernacle and other major city churches that attract the unmarried, furnicators adulters, and every one seeking second chances but still continue to partake in ungodly actions, does such people who are praising god but continue to do wrong according to his word; will he dwell in them? Since sin keeps the body which is the temple of the true and living god,,,dirty. From my perspective those church goers are not Christian’s since Christianity is a complete package, not a half full glass that could allow evil spirit to dwell or continue to dwell since some evil spirits enhances or mimic sexual desires.

Jack Wellman April 1, 2017 at 8:47 am

Hello Carol. I think you are right…churches that allow sins such as this are not churches of God but churches of Satan, so it won’t be preaching the gospel of repentance and belief.

Katie November 4, 2017 at 2:54 am

Carol, it’s not a sin to be unmarried! Of course fornication and adultery are sins, but simply being unmarried is not.
Forgive me, I know I’m going off-topic; but as a single Christian woman myself, I felt a little hurt that you put being unmarried in the same sentence as sexual sins. There were a number of unmarried followers of Jesus in The Bible. Some people have that gift. I actually haven’t met a man yet who I could imagine being married to. Maybe I will one day; but if not, and in the interim I’ll carry on being a single celibate devoted follower of Christ.
Please sister, Christians need to love and support one another, regardless of marital status.
Thank you, and God bless you

Isabel June 29, 2017 at 3:21 am

Hi Carol! This is a question that I have also struggled with… with so many people calling themselves christians but not living in a godly manner and not showing any fruit I am finding it hard to find myself christian as I do not associate with the behaviour of 80% of people who call themselves christian. I currently cannot find a church to go to that is not filled with false doctrine… I have learned that the most important thing is to focus on God and his word… his Holy Spirit is teaching me and I do not need a church to teach me… why get a middle man if I can get my information straight from the source! I have heard pastors say that this is a dangerous path to take… thus saying that God cannot teach a person directly…. The Church definitely does have a role to play for those who are seeking…. but I find it lacking for those who are truly seeking the way of Yeshua.

Deborah January 17, 2018 at 7:01 am

Isabel
I do not go to church either. I was going to one online but unsure about whether the Pastor is speaking the truth. I will be fasting for the whole month of February. Maybe I will get my answer then.i do not want to go to a church where I may be led astray from God

Neil W. DORIAN January 19, 2018 at 10:04 am

Dear Deborah,
Since it is now January 19, 2018, and I am curious if your fear of being led astray or your February fasting has helped reveal to you which is the right path to follow ad a house of worship?
Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true man, whom you search for a church to worship HIM in.
One salesman on TV used the phrase, “An educated consumer is our best customer,” to encourage people to shop in his store.
Perhaps there is a lesson evident in this concept.
What would you think of attending, with an open mind and an open heart, several main stream churches in your area over the next year or so? All the while praying to God in their services, letting HIM know that even though you are not 100% sure if you are with the right denomination for you, Ms. Deborah, you are still offering to our Creator all the prayer, worship, homage and love that you know how to freely give, at this point on your journey to HIM.
I too, humbly beseech our LORD Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, to continue to guide and watch over you, asking his Angels to continue to protect you from evil, as you draw nearr to GOD, in mind, body and spirit. While growing and developing a closer conscious contact with the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
May you have increasing success and re- awakening of your spirit until you come to stand before HIM, on that day when there is no sunset nor any dawning.
In JESUS Name, I pray.

Sylvia February 27, 2019 at 2:39 pm

What about Peter when the Lord addressed him as Satan???

Jack Wellman February 27, 2019 at 2:52 pm

Jesus is speaking to Satan and not Peter, because Peter wanted just what Satan wanted, and that was for Jesus not to die and reign without going to the cross (remember Jesus’ tempation in the wilderness). Peter was not possessed but being influeced by Satan. 1 John 4:4 should answer this false belief that Peter was possessed.

Randall April 2, 2019 at 12:18 am

A non believer can be possessed, and the only way you can keep them out is to accept Jesus Christ as your saver, AMEN.





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