So if all this is happening on extreme levels to all humanity and literally to all that exists on this earth how do you fight them. How do you break free. Besides Jesus what are things that one can do bc I’m exhausted
On that same day, The Life of a Demoniac 24-Hour Crisis Hotline responded:
Excellent question; so glad you asked. It’s exactly what should be asked first when presented with the facts. Unfortunately, on no occasion within the five years I’ve blogged has anyone even acknowledged any other problems but their own; and, never has anyone without such problems expressed an interest in anything other than being entertained by the accounts of those with them.
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The mind of the aforementioned afflicted is a selfish one, and seeks only the return of its comforts, and not one that is eager to solve problems (or, insodoing, one that is creative enough to see the opportunities that therein lay). Were they not afflicted, they likely would have been among the apathetic, callous, imprudent and irresponsible unaffected; and, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them join that crowd if their problems were all solved, even though they were made familiar firsthand.
The overarching characteristic of these two groups: unsympathetic, or apathy. They both spend a comparatively large amount of time honing their excuse-making skills that may present themselves in different ways, but which boil down to same thing: an outright refusal to do anything they don’t want to do, and a readiness to defend that decision at a consequence to whoever should challenge them.
Ironically, and with just a slight difference, that is also an accurate summation of the virtues of the enemy, namely, persons who acknowledge the problem because they are the problem. When the opportunity to be anything but a victim or a fool presented itself, their eagerness to betray their country, their families, their communities—and all of humanity—came with a litany of excuses for doing whatever they wanted to do, and a weapon-readiness to assault and murder as a consequence to whoever had not, did not or would not take advantage of the same opportunity. That readiness extends to those whom the opportunity was never presented.
That’s three variations of persons of the same character, to which there is a person who is the diametric opposite: virtuous. Out of all the virtues, charity is the most prominent, and is the key difference in character and motivation between the two foes.
When advised of the problem, the charitable ask, “What can I do?” When answered, the prudent, “How can I do it?” When told, the fortuitous begin doing it, and, with great patience and temperance, stick with the doing until the doing is done; and, in and by doing, the just hurt no one.
Regardless of your propensity towards virtue, no one hopes to win a battle when they have no faith that it can be won. Jesus was God’s seal on this, His last promise that will be fulfilled before the end of time: that the battle will be won by those He calls his own.
Jesus secured that promise for you at the expense of His blood, opening the way for His followers to discard the burden and weight of an unvirtuous life to free you to build a life virtuous.
That’s what He came to do, and these words come straight from His mouth. God sent Him at the time when the problem as we know it now became inextricable from the Universe as we know it, and otherwise irreversible. He would have come sooner had the world been prepared to receive Him, but as Genesis through Malachi show, that was not to be for some time.
Having been sent to salvage those trapped in the lost cause that is the fate of the Universe, and to save who would come to God instead of Satan, were they able, He spent His life refining his virtue to a degree so impeccably, so impressively, that He is still regarded as virtue’s only token banner two thousand years later. He then devoted His life to a ministry that directly addressed what we call the problem. He founded His church, the first charter of which is to withstand prevail by the Gates of Hades. He died to ensure that those striving for virtue could approach God with any petition or request for safety in the problem, and the provisions to fight and survive it for yourself and for others, could, their sins by and through His blood having been washed away.
Jesus was all over the problem, even before the problem began. His life was God’s solution. So, to answer your question: you can do nothing apart from Jesus. With Jesus, you can enter into an intimate relationship with God, having been made holy by the gift that was His sacrifice; if you appropriate His salvation (defined as the saving from Death, literally), then the answer as to the Way by which you can help yourself and others is just a prayer away; the provisions are whatever blessings bestowed upon you by God; the means are whoever is a member in right-standing with God, and is a member of Christ’s church.
Don’t think I don’t get what you mean when you say, “aside from the Jesus stuff.” You want to take action, not sit in a pew, bored, while the world outside crumbles.
Regrettably, the crumbling of the world began in Eden, having started the very moment the choice of one man, Adam, and one woman, Eve, to defy God—a choice you would be making equivalent of by denying that Jesus is the answer to the problem. It doesn’t matter the means by which the choice was made, as all things were clearly within God’s hands well before then. He could’ve at least put a fence around that tree; but, knowing that it was in man to eventually defy God, there would have been no point. He allowed the problem to begin right from the start of creation, so that no one could say they would never make the same mistake, and so that everyone would be obliged to address it.
It is a scary thing waking up from the slumber of biblical ignorance, having heard sermons aplenty, having read the Bible over and over, and all the while not ascertaining the full applicability and relevancy of every word in it as they pertain to your life and your world and everyone you know now, knew before and will know, and those you could know. It makes you feel kind of stupid at first when you finally realize this; but, that turns to grateful the second you realize how possible it was that you might not have ever known, how you would have been a fool your whole life, how you would have failed to help those you love because you didn’t know the true source of whatever difficulties they may have had, how you would’ve been confounded by the disappointing outcome of your life because you couldn’t navigate its unseen waters.
Many say that they feel stupid because they didn’t see it all sooner, particularly when they look back on their lives and see where they got it all wrong in certain places, and how, in those places, they should have seen things as they were and are, and, how, if they hadn’t been so blind and deaf, they wouldn’t have gone wrong.
But, I say this: the only persons who should feel stupid are the ones who purport to believe in God—who say that God answers every prayer—but who never asked, “Why, God? Why?”, and then stuck to that prayer and only that prayer until it was answered. I’m debating whether those who took a really long time before praying that prayer and obtaining its answer are stupid, or are just lazy or aloof or cowardly.
Regardless, a failure to ask the God from whom all wisdom flows—the same God who asks and tasks His creation to be wise, and promises to answer every prayer for wisdom made sincerely and in earnest by good and not-so-good persons alike, who fashioned the greatest king the world has ever known based solely on that particular king’s prayer for wisdom, which was made in deference to all the riches in the world—for that very wisdom, which is the kind you and your loved ones need to survive and thrive in the mess of a world we made, and cannot unmake.
All of that being said, I answer your question in a manner the ignorant would call more practical, thusly: start by cleaning out the clutter in your home. Demons lodge in everything, and narrow, elongated enclosures such as chimneys, closets, bed and desk and table underneaths, ventilation ducts, and even small holes in walls or floors facilitate entry. Adjust lighting so that no shadows are cast anywhere near a person, especially shadows cast by a person (in short, get nowhere near a shadow, ever; and, let nothing cast one, either). Consider cleaning your carpets by non-electric means, and get completely rid of and never use electric floor or ceiling fans. Anything that moves in circular fashion by electricity also creates portals (entry points), but with many times over enclosed spaces as described above.
The reasons for this are fully explained in various posts to my blog, as are the smattering of places and things in which demons can be found (not that you’d look for them, but, rather, look out for them).
Having informed and educated nearly every reader as to the true and full nature of the demon problem that now exists by and through five years of blogging (although many who are in-the-know consider the blog to be a mere supplement to having brought the problem to the doorstep of every reader), I’m making an effort to transition the blog’s focus from just my life as a demoniac to include the lives of other demoniacs. It’s natural for many at the beginning of a life as a demoniac to think it’s their problem and their problem only; in some cases, as it was mine, it was intended to be perceived that way, and a monumental effort was staged to ensure it for a long time—an effort so large, it defies belief.
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