What’s the Difference Between The Holy Spirit & Demons?

by Jennifer L Auld | Excerpted from Eye on the Paranormal


A demon is believed to be a force that can be conjured and controlled. They are also believed to have the ability to possess or inhabit the body of humans and the only way to rid the person of them is to conduct deliverance and/or Exorcism. Demons are portrayed differently in different cultures. Some believe demons to be actual physical beings that can take the form of anything, including animals. Others consider the real demons as more of a spiritual force of evil battling for one’s soul. They have been feared and written about in almost every culture in one form or another.

One way Satan gains control of the mind is when we place our trust in what many Christians mistakenly call the Holy Spirit. What I mean is “God told me to do this. . .” However, what God told them to do is completely contrary to God’s word. Jesus said in John 8:47 “He who is of God hears the words of God.” God never, ever, ever leads us contrary to the Word of God. So when we receive anything we think is the Holy Spirit, the first question we must ask is “Does God’s word agree with what I believe is the Holy Spirit speaking to me?” Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 11:14 “And no wonder for Satan transforms himself into an angel of light.”

Familiar spirits are known as demons who will present themselves to look like a loved one or someone who may have passed away in the house….. or even present themself as a helpless dead child in order to draw you in. They want to gain any kind of sympathy from mimicking a child or even somebody who’s lost and stuck and can’t cross over as they call it. These vile creatures will do whatever it takes. They want your SOUL! They operate under their master, Satan. They influence people to create hate and hurt. Basically, they raise hell and torment us relentlessly. They spew lies and make a person believe such horrible things of others and ourselves. To knowingly open oneself to the work of demons is an evil act: “Let no one be found among you who sacrifices his son or daughter in a fire, who practices divination or sorcery.” To knowingly open yourself up to these demons and their tasks is considered a sin. They are very evil spirits. They are very convincing to make you believe it’s a passed loved one making contact. Test the spirit each time. Ask if he/it believes Jesus Christ is the Son of Man and does it worship Jesus Christ? You’ll know real quick then if it’s real and not eyes playing tricks on you or a person seeking attention.
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