reply to post by troubleshooter
You are either already in the Kingdom of Heaven or you are not...
...there is no alternative middle ground...
...and if you are not you will play a role in the fulfillment of the prophecies.
I think if you really press this question about in-betweens, with no middle ground existing, you will find the answers why Christians are very
one-sided and drawn to their faith. It is a narrow path.
The reason is demons, the powers and principalities of darkness, led by the spirit of the anti-christ. Satan, or Sheol, may just be a place or a
location, but the name in inter-changeable for the spirit leader, fallen angel who is prince of the power of the air. (An aside, that doesn't
directly point to chemtrails, but it does further the possibility).
Consider the demon-related threads, and talk of possession that you can recall. It is a serious subject, and undermines all talks of "dogma" and
religious differences. The souls of the damned, and proof of some peoples immortality for those who recognize those chained to the power of dark
Suppose someone says:
I'm considering trying to summon a demon, and I want to know what you think about how to go about this. Should I use a pentagram on the floor, and
what protection should I have to make sure I don't get possessed?
Do you switch personalities now to consider what they are saying, do you recall anything related to Christianity, or God, or do you have another
direction in your thoughts? Any cold chills in the air as you contemplate the topic?
We turn to God because He knows our plight, loves us very much, and will help us against the spirits of evil. We are not "gods" ourselves, only
humans, and we respect our position as such. We love Jesus for many reasons, but it's not simply for selfish protection. The Holy Spirit of God was
His gift to us, and it's up to us to discover what plan will guide our lives.
Too much negative focas on dark spirits and evil inevitably leads to a slavery to demons. We can't fight them alone; they are too strong, too
devious, too insiduous, too experienced, and have had centuries to perfect their methods. They are also collectively united in the spirit of the
anti-christ, and will work tirelessly, as ants in a nest, to draw people away from
God. We have protection, and can fight these spirits, but not through our own strength. There is a "grey area" for Christians who are in apostosy,
lost in worldly ways, who have "fallen asleep" in spirit. Yet for those who seek the devils methods to fight the devil and his demons, what hope do
they have of a successful outcome. It's an exercise in spiritual self-delusion. There really is no middle ground.
[edit on 14-4-2010 by Northwarden]