Do God, Satan and angels have souls?

To answer your first question: Do God, Satan and angels have souls? Yes, they have souls as do all animals (Job. 12:10). The soul being the essence of what makes you, you—your memories, thoughts—like information on a disc, but in another sense, they are souls. The word “soul” is used a few different ways in […]

Is stuttering in the Bible? And is it caused by a demonic spirit?

We suspect that stuttering may have been the case in Exodus 4:10-12, when Moses said unto the LORD, “O my Lord, I not eloquent… I slow of speech; and of a slow tongue”….And the LORD said unto him….Now therefore go, and I will be with thy mouth, and teach thee what thou shall […]

November 16th, 2014|Angels, Spirit Beings, Satan|

Can the devil read our minds? If so please give Bible reference.

No, he cannot. There are no scriptures which teach Satan can read our minds. But Satan and his demons can observe us. Many times it's no small jump to recognize what a person is thinking. For instance, if a child is starring at a toy in the store, we can guess that he probably wants […]

October 12th, 2014|Satan|

What does it mean if I dream about being attacked by a demon but cannot see it?

That sounds like a very scary nightmare. What do we do if a dream feels real? What if we are frightened that a demon might really be attacking us? A two part answer comes to mind. First, it could very well be our minds playing tricks on us. When our brain chemistry is unbalanced, dreams […]

October 4th, 2014|Angels, Spirit Beings, Satan|

What does the bible say about depression and anxiety? Is this coming from the devil?

: Anxiety and depression have many causes. None of our bodies are perfectly healthy. Imbalances in our physiology can cause us to suffer emotional disturbances. Is poor emotional health due to the devil? Not necessarily. The Apostle Paul experienced anxiety and depression, "For we do not want you to be unaware, brethren, of our affliction…we […]

October 4th, 2014|God, Faith, Life Decisions and Doing the will of God, Satan|

How do I prevent immoral thoughts against God?

Even though all kinds of sinful thoughts may pass through our brains, it is our Christian duty not to entertain them because sinful thoughts soon become sinful deeds.  When you recognize a sinful thought against God, you must immediately ask for His forgiveness and then ask Him to help you let go of every thought […]

When a person is possessed by Satan or by demons is the body of that person really taken over or is it only the evil influence from Satan or the demons that is especially high?

In ancient times people believed that evil spirits (demons) were responsible for many physical and most all mental disorders such as epilepsy, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, split personalities, delirium and the like. Although today we are cognizant of the many inherited or acquired mental illnesses that are in no way related to demonic possession, we, nonetheless, […]

If Satan (the Devil) is the grand general supervisor over the lower regions, and he is to be destroyed, as we read in the Scriptures–(`Heb. 2:14`) who will be appointed to look after the interests of his department after his demise?

Not only will Satan be destroyed, but we read also that "hell," the place of supposed fire and brimstone, is to deliver up all the dead that are there and then the place itself destroyed– (`Rev. 21:13,14`). The "lake of fire and brimstone," as all Bible scholars now know, is the symbolic expression denoting destruction, […]

August 18th, 2014|Angels, Spirit Beings, Satan|

Since Jesus is to reign until all enemies are put under His feet, and the last enemy to be destroyed is death (`1 Cor. 15:25,26`) would it not prove that Satan and his hosts would be destroyed before death is destroyed, and that both would be destroyed during the reign of Jesus?

The Apostle's argument is so clear and convincing in this `fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians` relative to the reign of our Lord Jesus and the object or purpose to be accomplished by that reign, that there is but one answer to the question and that one in the affirmative. It is apparent to all thinking […]

Since Jesus is to reign until all enemies are put under His feet, and the last enemy to be destroyed is death (`1 Cor. 15:25,26`) would it not prove that Satan and his hosts would be destroyed before death is destroyed, and that both would be destroyed during the reign of Jesus?

The Apostle's argument is so clear and convincing in this `fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians` relative to the reign of our Lord Jesus and the object or purpose to be accomplished by that reign, that there is but one answer to the question and that one in the affirmative. It is apparent to all thinking […]