Join Pastor Gary Price Of Omega Ministries Tomorrow On LiveStream, As He Teaches On "The Doctrines of Demons"!


Tune in Sunday, June 8th at 1:30pm EST on Livestream for some great teaching by Pastor Gary Price of Omega Ministries, Atlanta, GA. Pastor Price subject matter tomorrow will deal with "The Doctrines of Demons". 

Christians have been noticing for a while now that the distinctions between good and evil are getting blurred, more and more by HOLLYWOOD. I'm glad someone from the Christian community is willing to address the evil subliminal message that seems to be coming from HOLLYWOOD.  In my opinion, and according to many reviews that I have read about this movie.....this movie has a bad message. It takes evil and makes it look good.


Pastor Price:
"But the Spirit explicitly says that in later times some will fall away from the faith, paying attention to deceitful spirits and doctrines of demons. (1 Timothy 4:1) Be careful of what you hear and believe because demons are proclaiming doctrines designed to indoctrinate you and deceive you. Always remember, words are the transport mechanism for spirits. When a person believes words that are inspired by demons, then the demon that spoke those words will enter into the unsuspecting soul of the indoctrinated person and bind their minds.


When the doctrines of the demons have gained a foothold, then the demon that spoke the words of indoctrination will begin to defend the doctrines by teaching the victim how to fend off the words of those that have been assigned to set them free.  False doctrines are really the refuge of demons that inspired the doctrines in the first place and they are holding deceived, indoctrinated, demonized people captive because the victim placed misguided faith in the words of the demons."

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  1. I would love to hear what Pastor Price has to say about demons. I do not approve of this movie. It's very demonic with levitation, lucifer horns.its a very dark movie and at the end a happy ending to make you think it's ok to watch it.

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  2. Anyone who takes a child to see this movie has lost their minds. Talk about handing the child over to Satan.

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  3. If we are going to go ballistic on Maleficent - but yet accept the doctrines of demons promoted by our own churches, sacred cows set up not by God but creates idols, we become hypocrites ourselves. Doctrines of demons are easy to recognize in the World - but have we, as the scriptures state - examined ourselves? This movie took the fable of Sleeping beauty and instead of making Maleficent the enemy - it turned the greed and lust of men into the enemy. It's a fairy tail people.

    However - we have turned the altar into idol, much like the Brass Serpent held up by Moses in the desert, later called a trifling thing by King Hezekiah and destroyed - because the people worshiped it. There are many idols and doctrines of demons among ourselves that we need to contend with. Just sayin'

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    1. It is a dark and evil movie, period. If you are fine with it, that is your choice, but for those of us that are not, we will oppose it and expose it, and boycott it. J/s as well.

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    2. That's fine too. I'm not encouraging anyone to see it - however, if we are going to go holy ghost postal, let's also discuss our own misgivings and doctrines of demons that we have....and treat like sacred cows.
      I don't celebrate Easter - why, because the Lord said to remember his death until he comes. However, I don't blast people that do (as well as Christmas - which is really during the end of September / beginning of October vice December).

      We in the Church have our pet peeves and concentrate on those - and we have our sacred cows and we protect those. God will smash them all.

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  4. P.S. Have you realized that every building that we have setup has been taken down by God? Jesus even foretold of the destruction of the Temple. Jesus split the veil of the temple to show that there was nothing back there, it wasn't for us to enter in to Him, but symbolic of Christ entering us - with our dead spirits. It looked good on the outside - everything went on as usual in temple - but the blood couldn't be applied to the mercy seat....because it wasn't there! Jesus in ripping the veil shows us that there's nothing good in us until he comes in. Caveat - you don't have to believe me and I'm really not trying to convince you, and I thank Ann for providing this forum for discussion, I just want to put this out there - think about some of the things we do in church, and ask questions - as I look in the Bible - God ask a lot of questions - while already knowing the answers.

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  5. “And when Jesus had cried out again in a loud voice, he gave up his spirit. At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom” (Matthew 27:50-51a).

    So, what do we make of this? What significance does this torn veil have for us today? Above all, the tearing of the veil at the moment of Jesus' death dramatically symbolized that His sacrifice, the shedding of His own blood, was a sufficient atonement for sins. It signified that now the way into the Holy of Holies was open for all people, for all time, both Jew and Gentile.

    When Jesus died, the veil was torn, and God moved out of that place never again to dwell in a temple made with hands (Acts 17:24). God was through with that temple and its religious system, and the temple and Jerusalem were left “desolate” (destroyed by the Romans) in A.D. 70, just as Jesus prophesied in Luke 13:35. As long as the temple stood, it signified the continuation of the Old Covenant. Hebrews 9:8-9 refers to the age that was passing away as the new covenant was being established (Hebrews 8:13).

    In a sense, the veil was symbolic of Christ Himself as the only way to the Father (John 14:6). This is indicated by the fact that the high priest had to enter the Holy of Holies through the veil. Now Christ is our superior High Priest, and as believers in His finished work, we partake of His better priesthood. We can now enter the Holy of Holies through Him. Hebrews 10:19-20 says that the faithful enter into the sanctuary by the “blood of Jesus, by the new and living way which he opened for us through the veil, that is, through his flesh.” Here we see the image of Jesus’ flesh being torn for us just as He was tearing the veil for us.

    Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/temple-veil-torn.html#ixzz344zLHoLM

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    1. Actually the presence of the Lord left the Temple way back in the old testament under Ezekiel s prophetic watch (Ezekiel chapter 10) never to return. There was no ark in the Temple during Jesus day. There was only a dead stone - symbolic of our stony hearts. I'm not saying your way looking at it is wrong, not here to debate - but I love to discuss. What really is the issue is this , is it us entering into Christ or Christ entering into us? Because when you look at it - the Temple/Tabernacle is really a man....Selah.

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