As a Christian, one thing that I think about on occasion is the idea of whether or not people are still demonically possessed in our current time.

Was this something that only occurred back in Jesus’ time and before that? Or is it something that we see today?

Let’s face it, there are some wicked and evil people in this world, but it’s not always right to just blame demons or the devil. I think that gives us too much credit.

Personally, I’ve never really studied this aspect very much but it is something I’d like to look into. As of right now, I think I lean more toward the side that believes that demonic possession still does take place in our world today.

I hate to sound ugly, but honestly, I see it in two types of people the most and normally they go hand-in-hand, but not always, and I’ll clarify that in a moment. But the times I see the most wicked people is when people who hate God are in front of someone preaching the gospel and when Democrats talk to Republicans.

Now for my clarification: I do not believe that all atheists are demonically possessed. Likewise, I do not believe that all Democrats are demonically possessed. I do not believe that all Democrats are atheists, nor do I believe that all atheists are Democrats. I’m just pointing out where I see the bulk of this sort of behavior that borders on the line of appearing to be demonically possessed.

This was put on full display last week when GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene played some of the messaged that are often left on her machine from Democrats. They are some of the most hateful words I’ve ever heard come from somebody’s mouth and I’m 100% serious about that.

Below is the video where she goes through some of these messages showing the insanity of Trump Derangement Syndrome and what liberalism and the mainstream media do to a person’s mind.

WARNING: What you’re going to hear in the video below is a lot of profane language and serious and repeated death threats made to Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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