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Crystal February 25, 2017 at 9:01 pm

Hi, Can you please assist us with the understanding of the scriptures in Rev.13:14-16, Dan.3:4-7 and Zech.5:5-11 as they relate to this question?

Thank you
Crystal

Jack Wellman February 25, 2017 at 9:18 pm

Hello Crystal. Daniel speak specifically about King Nebuchadnezzar and Zech 5:5-11 is about a vision Zechariah had but I don’t see how they are interrelated. Can you tell me what you think of these three? I don’t seem them as being connected.

DocReits February 26, 2017 at 1:04 am

Thank you Pastor Jack for bringing up such an important topic.

I believe Crystal is inquiring about evil spirits seemingly attaching themselves to inanimate objects. An example in the occult is the ouija board often used in seances.

In my opinion, evil spirits can be drawn to individuals(humans) who are practicing these activities and influence the outcome of the board, for example, but that does not mean the evil spirits “inhabit” the board(or necessarily the people involved).

Then to your question Crystal. I believe the second beast in Rev 13 might be using a holographic image of the first beast through which he communicates to the inhabitants of the world. Crystal read vs 14 and 15 in the King James Version. It correctly interprets this as an image of the first beast(not a statue as other versions state). Haven’t you ever wondered how all the earth would “see” the image of the beast and be forced to worship? I believe it will be something like that, although that is just a guess.

Remember in Acts(19:19) when all the books used in sorcery were brought and burned in the public square? The books were not possessed but had attracted evil spirits.

My point is better explained here:

https://www.gotquestions.org/demons-objects.html

Blessings,

DocReits

Jack Wellman February 26, 2017 at 7:58 am

I see your point. I will let Crystal know and I think you are right my friend. Thank you.

Jack Wellman February 26, 2017 at 3:28 pm

PS. Thanks brother for being my friend and speaking the truth (Prov 20:30, 27:6, 28:23).

Patrick September 24, 2019 at 6:00 am

I’m here wondering about digital technology,more specifically artificial intelligence,can demons utilise artificial intelligence as part of the antichrists Dominion,possibly gaining untold control over humanity?

Jack Wellman September 24, 2019 at 9:39 am

Hello Patrick. That is a very good qeustion sir. I do not know that but I do believe that demonic activity is ramping up greatly my friend. But whoever has trusted in Christ cannot be dominated by a demon since “He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world” and not one who Christ has saved will be lost (John 6:37-39, 10:28-29). Thank you for your comment sir.

Dan Fentiman November 7, 2019 at 12:00 pm

The question is not if they can “possess”, the real question is if they can be associated with inanimate objects. There are numerous examples of this, “association with”, in the bible, as well as in modern times and certain geographical locations. I would not expect any cessationist to believe this even though it is clearly stated in the bible, and by listening to your explanation I suspect you would fall into this category of believers.

Jack Wellman November 7, 2019 at 2:20 pm

Hello Mr. Fentiman. The “real question” is have you (not you personally) repented and trusted in Christ. Then you can know that greater is He that is in you than he who is in the world. If there is Scriptural evidence for your assertation, then show us. I could find none. Thank you sir. PS, I do not like to “categorize” anyone. We are all God’s children and have differences in beliefs, but we need not divide over them or make it “us” and “them.” Therefore, I won’t put you in any “category of believers.”





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