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Ridding Your Home of Spiritual Darkness Paperback – July 1, 2000
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Chuck Pierce is Vice President of Global Harvest Ministries and President of Glory of Zion International Ministries in Denton Texas. Chuck is a widely traveled and well-known speaker specializing in city transformation and mobilizing prayer throughout the world. He lives with his wife Pam and five children in Colorado.
Rebecca Wagner Sytsema has been involved in Christian work since 1980. She is an ordained minister and author, and serves as Associate Publisher for Wagner Publications. She and Chuck Pierce have authored two other books including Receiving The Word Of The Lord. Rebecca lives with her husband, Jack, and son in Colorado.
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Chapter 2 - Demons are masters of disguise. They can inhabit people, objects, portions of land, or whole territories, depending on their purpose. They do not care what they inhabit, as long as they can accomplish their assigned objectives. They can gain access through sin, trauma, victimization, witchcraft, occult practices, or cursing. While we do not want to become fascinated with demons, we must be aware of what they are and how they operate in order to keep our own homes free of spiritual darkness. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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You will learn that there are some things in your house that could contain evil materials which are innocent looking but actually it could be demon possessed that could ruin your life and family. This is one of a kind book.
Rebecca Wagner Sytsema and Chuck D. Pierce have written a great Scripturally based book that is a must have reference for those folks who want to keep their homes free of demonic oppression.
Purge your house of crystals, cats, comic books, video games, fantasy novels and anything at all representative of mythical creatures or pagan gods? Well, the Encyclopedia Britannica will have to go. And oh yes, that King James Bible mentions unicorns - better burn that, too.
Are you really so pathetically insecure in your faith as to harbor the fear that possessing a Harry Potter novel can invite demons in your front door? Okay, if you happen to be a recovering cult victim fleeing the wrath of your former coven members, by all means, set fire to the tarot deck, the pentagrams, the Ouija board and the scrying glass. But a born-again Christian with no ties to genuine occult practices has nothing whatsoever to fear from harmless fairy tales, nor from the presence of ceramic cats or decorative crystals. And Christians who are indwelt by the Holy Spirit and the Person of Jesus Christ are not vulnerable to demon possession! (Matthew 8:29, I Corinthians 10:20-21, James 2:19.)
As to this book's absurd contention that all "books dealing with fantasy" should be consigned to the proverbial bonfire, one can only wonder how that proposal would have been received by such great _Christian_ fantasy writers as John Milton, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, G.K. Chesterton or George MacDonald, or by modern Christian fantasists such as Katherine Kurtz, Stephen R. Lawhead or Tim Powers. They would likely be appalled. And very, very saddened.
The innate human aspects of intellect, humor and imaginative creativity are _not_ demonic. They are God-given!
Please utilize the brain God gave you and do not follow this book's puerile, paranoid advice to purge these things from your life and home. You'll only be the poorer for it, and this world is far too poor a place already.
- A Christian fantasy writer