BLACK FRIDAY: Demon possession

Posted by Библията Тв in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

BLACK FRIDAY: Demon possession

“Usually there’s a an outbreak of demon activity when truth and light are the strongest…”

10 Comments

  • David Lewayne Porter

    Just makes sense if you think about it.

  • Alan N Carla Smith
    Reply November 24, 2016

    Alan N Carla Smith

    Troy, Black Friday got its name because it is the one day of the year that stores have the best chance to get out of the red. Thus named black friday..selling merchandise for Christmas.

  • Tom Steele
    Reply November 24, 2016

    Tom Steele

    Yeah, this looks about as silly as the claims I have seen that Black Friday has its origins in racism.

  • Troy Day
    Reply November 25, 2016

    Troy Day

    Sure – getting you out there midnight to waste all your blessings from God for China made goods. Not demonic at all. Yes sir David Lewayne Porter

  • David Lewayne Porter
    Reply November 25, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    I do not do black Friday.
    I don’t fight crowds.
    I have already finished most of my Christmas shopping on line.
    Demonic activity. …. depends on the heart and attitude of the individual.
    Troy Day

    Define your (waste all your blessings from God).

  • Troy Day
    Reply November 25, 2016

    Troy Day

    David Lewayne Porter If I may agree with your comment from
    6 months ago “Just makes sense if you think about it.” http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/laying-hands-when-casting-out-demons/

  • Ken Manley
    Reply November 25, 2016

    Ken Manley

    If any thing is demonic about “Black Friday” it is the naked, ungodly craving of more and more material possessions after just supposedly taking the day before saying how thankful we are for what we have and we don’t want or need anymore.
    In other words, the day before was all just a big lie and that is shown by what we do, not by what we have said, the day after.
    And lying is demonic. He (the Devil) is the “father” of it (John 8:44).

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