THE THEOLOGY of ANGELS
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Now we come to demons. Demons are often mentioned in Scripture with emphasis in the four Gospels. Demons are spirit beings in Matthew 8:16. On occasions demons are referred to as Foul spirits as we see in Mark 9:25 and unclean spirits as seen in Mark 6:7. In Luke 11:15-19, we learn that demons serve under the authority of Satan. However, Demons are still under the supreme command of God (Matthew 8:29). Among other things, Demons are capable of causing someone to be mute. This can be seen from reading the story in Matthew 9:32. Demons are also capable of inflicting blindness as seen in Matthew 12:22. Among the previously mentioned physical problems Demons can cause, the are also able to cause personal injury (Mark 9:18). Demons are the cause of other personal defects and deformities (Luke 13:11-17). Demons work hard to corrupt sound doctrine and to stop the work of God (I Timothy 4:1-3). And finally, Demons work hard to corrupt Godly wisdom (James 3:15), and Godly fellowship (I Corinthians 10:20).
The angels who made the conscious choice to abandon their standing with GOD are eternally condemned to wickedness and delusion. The fallen angels are eternally condemned with their chosen god... Lucifer, and will cast into the lake of fire with him (Matthew 25:41).
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