Sunday, October 21, 2012

#437 - God's plan for demons that possess spelled out in Bible

You say your body belongs to you, God says your body belongs to Him, and demons say your body belongs to them.

Who's right?

In God's plan for Voices Demons spelled out in Bible, the egregious and evil acts committed by the Voices Demons were found to be described exactly in the Bible, as were the consequences to said demons for committing them.

This post is similar, except that it pertains to demons that possess humans; specifically, it describes the consequences to such demons—as per the Word of God—as well as the consequences to men who attempt to (or succeed at) enhancing or enriching themselves by allowing or acquiescing to demonic possession.
NOTE | Many people in the Bay Area openly welcome the "gifts" (or abilities) given them by demons, in exchange for use of their bodies and minds, as well as their resources, which includes transportation, housing, and money.
Compare these examples to see the contrast between a man who is revolted and fearful of demonic possession and men who acquiesce to it:
In The most comprehensive collection of demon-possession videos in existence, the face of the demon possessing me overlaps my own terror-stricken face [see also Second "Demon in the Dark" video proves demonic possession]

In Demon-possessed, self-professed pedophile recounts crimes against children, a demon looms over the shoulder of an all-too-willing human collaborator
In Porn actor's face morphs into demon's in porn video, a porn actor revels in his ability to summon the demon possessing him, and even rolls his eyes in feigned ecstasy as the demon's face superimposes itself over his
To start, let's look at why demonic possession is an affront to God:
  1. God considers our bodies as His belongings. As was pointed out in Blanket demons possess bedsheets, humans possess clay, our bodies belong to God, not us. To-wit, 1 Corinthians 6:19 says:
Don't you know that your body is a temple that belongs to the Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit, whom you received from God, lives in you. You don't belong to yourselves. [GOD'S WORD® Translation (©1995)]
  1. God considers His belongings holy. Leviticus 27: 9, 30 teaches us that when a thing belongs to God, it is holy.
  1. God does not tolerate misuse of His belongings. The Bible teaches us that God is extremely protective of that which is His, to put it mildly. In fact, He has killed those who have touched His property, even men who were otherwise devout and loyal to Him.
In II Samuel 6:6-7, Uzzah, an old man and high priest, was killed for simply keeping the Ark of the Covenant—which God explicitly said not to touch, as it was considered His property and was, therefore, holy—from falling from a cart it was being carried on. To-wit: 
And when they came to Nachon's threshingfloor, Uzzah put forth his hand to the ark of God, and took hold of it; for the oxen shook it. And the anger of the Lord was kindled against Uzzah, and God smote him there for his error; and there he died by the ark of God. [Online Parallel Bible] 
The ark was symbolic of principles sacred to God, and what it sacred to God must be treated exactly according to His instructions. Where the Holy Spirit dwells—your body—is sacred to Him, and possession by spirits and demons is a violation of that sanctity.
If all of the scripture above suggests to you that the Ark of the Covenant and your body are analogous, ponder this: how much more importance and value on your body does God place over the Ark of the Covenant?
I'd say if he killed a man for touching the Ark—which is just a thing next to a life such as your own—then demons and men who collaborate with them are in trouble; and, the Bible agrees with me. In Proverbs 20:25a, it says:
It is a snare to the man who devoureth that which is holy.
That is to say, taking something that is the Lord’s and consuming it for your own pleasure is a sin.
  1. Demons invariably misuse (or abuse) God's belongings, i.e., the bodies of the humans they possess. See Damage to penis by demons extensive, irreparable for an example of one obscene thing that demons do to the bodies of humans; hear demons discussing this with a human collaborator in Voices demons harass visitor to my apartment.