Unmasking Satan & His Horde of Demons: Chronicles of Demonic Evil Book 2

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Satan hid in the churches, and behind pulpits; he was not preached as man's arch enemy.
Preachers kept quiet and just "preached Jesus."
To preach Jesus is to preach the victory life -- victory over sin, victory over sickness and victory over Satan.
It is one thing to preach it, but yet another to put it ...
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Overview

Satan hid in the churches, and behind pulpits; he was not preached as man's arch enemy.
Preachers kept quiet and just "preached Jesus."
To preach Jesus is to preach the victory life -- victory over sin, victory over sickness and victory over Satan.
It is one thing to preach it, but yet another to put it into practice; or in other words, to make it work!
In Acts 10:38 we read clearly that the ministry of Jesus was to do good and to heal all those who were oppressed of the devil.
Satan is one created being, albeit powerful.
It is a fact that the very demons that hide themselves from our view manifest themselves in sin, sickness, and disease.
Jesus did not commission His church to ask Him to heal.
He commands us to bring His healing and deliverance in His name.
Thus we Christians are supposed to be law enforcement officers -- officers commissioned by God to bring the law of love against these demonic invaders.
And commissioned to command them off of God's property.
Our spirits, minds, and bodies belong to God, not to ourselves or to Satan.
We can command the trespasser to leave in Jesus Name and he has to go.
I commend the reading of this book. It will enlighten you.

Ignorance of evil is not Christian bliss.
Satan and his horrible hordes are still largely avoided in spite of scriptural admonitions to the contrary.
Ministers and evangelists extract the devil from their messages because it's an unsettling, unpopular subject.
Congregations are rarely warned of demonic realities because they might become frightened.
And well they might!
Why do we spend billions of dollars on espionage and counter-espionage and yet speak in whispers of the world's ranking adversary?
It's not as if there is no hope!
It is not as if we are powerless to confront the enemy.
But confrontation only begins with realization.
Advantage can only be gained from education.
And conquest will only be achieved through application.
Let the following pages help you realize who and what the enemy is.
Learn that it is Christianity's responsibility to educate itself in demonology and Satanic resourcefulness.
Unmasking Satan & His Horde of Demons is a how-to book.
Allow Unmasking Satan & His Horde of Demons to lead you in the application of God's Word to the mightiest task mankind has ever known.
It lays out the Scriptural methods for overcoming Satan's use of demons.
It presents the Scriptural methods for casting out demons not only as Jesus Christ himself applied them during His healing ministry on earth more than 2,000 years ago, but especially as these methods have been applied during our day in Reverend G.M. Farley's confrontations with demon power throughout the pagan and Christian worlds, and in similar confrontations of his most eminent colleagues in the deliverance ministry.
Case after case of demonic oppression and possession in the light of Scriptural precepts and examples are covered..
These cases -- whether in North America, Africa, Asia or South America - find their victims deaf, dumb, blind, paralyzed, maimed, deformed, and sometimes mindless.
It is a continual marvel that, time after time, such victims, some of them treated in vain by psychologists, psychiatrists and medical doctors over months or even years - have been cured through the grace of Christian exorcism.
Unmasking Satan & His Horde of Demons contains photographs taken during exorcisms; a summary of opinions on demon possession by leading members of the deliverance ministry; and a condensed account of the incredible exorcism and resulting cure of a retarded teenager documented in Pelton's landmark book The Devil & Karen Kingston.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475298987
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert W. Pelton has been writing and lecturing for more than 45 years on religious, political and historical subjects.
Mr. Pelton is one of the nation's foremost authorities on demons, possession and exorcism, having researched the subjects in depth for many years, interviewed hundreds of religious leaders in various faiths, and personally witnessed many exorcisms in churches and homes throughout the United States.
He has taught freelance writing at the University of Tennessee, done much research on minority religions and published other important documentaries including Snake Handlers - God Fearers or Fanatics? and The Persecuted Prophets.
Mr. Pelton has published more than 100 books including a brand new four book series called Chronicles of Demonic Evil which contains Confrontations with the Devil; Demons, Possession and Exorcism; Unmasking Satan & His Demons; and the sensational The Devil & Karen Kingston.
Mr. Pelton proudly claims a heritage going all the way back to well before the War for American Independence.
One of Mr. Pelton's ancestors, John Rogers, came to America on the Mayflower and was one of 41 signers of the Mayflower Compact.
Another, John Smith was one of the founders of Jamestown.
Peleg Pelton served as a fifer in the Continental Army at age 17 during the Battle of Saratoga (1777) and again in Yorktown (1781) where the British surrendered.
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