A key Scripture related to Christian demonology is 2 Corinthians 11:14-15, “And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerading as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if we have demons on the pulpit and occupying the altar.
In Matthew 12:27, Jesus calls Satan “Beelzebub,” linking the devil to Baal-Zebub, a Philistine deity (2 Kings 1:2). The Baalim of the Old Testament were nothing more than demons masquerading as corrupt CCC elders, members and all ultimately devil-worship (1 Corinthians 10:20).
Going against the altar of baals in CCC must start with CCC youths by becoming Jerubbaals
When an altar of prayer becomes an altar of Baal!
There can’t be a connection between darkness (demons) and light (God’s Spirit).
The teachings of James that “the prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective” (James 5:16) isn’t possible with the manifestation of demons. (Demons must seize for answered prayers).
When CCC Prophets become Prophets of Baal!
Are there true prophets today in CCC? If the purpose of a prophet was to reveal truth from God, If prophets were the “foundation” of the early church, are we still building the “foundation” today?
If Prophet Elijah was able to scatter and destroy the Prophets of Baal, how come do we have more baals in the heart of church worshippers as prophets minister to them?
When a church altar becomes an altar of Baal!
A church operating under the governorship of Baal will have it obvious in the life of the elders occupying the altar.
There we would have at least an elder with many wives especially due to lack of contentment and indiscipline, a choir leader having sexual affair with a choir member.
On The Pulpit of Baal!
Such pulpit never inspire souls but make the heart of worshippers more harden to God’s word as we would have broken homes, fraudsters, adulterers and lots more in same church.
Demons in Christianity!
Concerning the involvement of demons in the lives of Christians, the apostle Peter is an illustration of the fact that a believer can be influenced by the devil (Matthew 16:23).
If Judas” case is representative, he opened his heart to evil”in his case by his greed (John 12:6). So it may be possible that if one allows his heart to be ruled by some habitual sin, it becomes an invitation for a demon to enter. From missionaries” experiences, demon possession also seems to be related to the worship of heathen idols and the possession of occult materials. Scripture repeatedly relates idol worship to the actual worship of demons (Leviticus 17:7;)
#Don’t be ignorance of Devil devices/tools
#I stand for the truth in CCC
#Jerubbaal Ola Ibukun Samuel