Deliverance and Demonology by I. U. Ibeme
On what do you base your belief about the operations of the demons? Many Christians base their beliefs about demons on occultist
they had or what the demons taught them before they repented or before they were delivered. Also, many Christians take such
conflicting and unconfirmed stories and “
” as credible
insights for knowing how to deal with demons.
This is the biggest deception in the Church today
. Others base their beliefs about demonic operations on the
of some “Deliverance Ministers” derived
of demon possessed persons, even though these are strange to the Scripture. Still others base their beliefs about demons on the superstitions of their tribal or social cultures. Some believe in nothing. However, a remnant seeks to study the
Scripture as the only source of every necessary
truth, revealed to be believed about the nature, state and operations of the devil and his demonic hordes. This is what this book sets out to do. For such bible believing Christians, any unbiblical concept as mentioned above, is deception and delusion (2Thes 2:10-11), human tradition and philosophy (Col 2:8), error and ignorance (Matt 22:29), pretentious, rudimentary and useless (Col 2:18-23), enslaving and beggarly (Gal 4:9). We must be aware of the latter day explosion of doctrines of demons and deceitful spirits, as well as the predicted maximum deception and strong delusion in times such as this.
Better to learn from our victorious Father and Friend than strategize by what we learn from our vilest foe.
Now the Spirit speaks expressly, that in the
some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to
doctrines of demons
; 1Ti 4:1 (KJV2000) 2Th 2:9-12 (KJV2000) (9) Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, (10) And with
of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. (11) And for this cause God shall send them a
, that they should believe a lie: (12) That they all might be condemned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.