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01 January 2017
Bombisco Multimedia Celebrates New Year With Widows

Management of Bombisco Multimedia, parent company of Bombisco TV and Bombisco Radio, have donated birds running into thousands of Ghana cedis to widows within the Berekum municipality and beyond.

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Ministration of Angels - Remnent Evangelistic Team Featured

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Do you want to break free from demonic control? Do you want to be equipped with the ability to break free from worldly influence? Let’s meet at Faaman (along Drobo Sampa Road) this 20th – 27th August.

Origin of Evil Angels

The Bible provides abundant evidence of the existence of demons. Satan’s evil angels are known in Scripture as demons or they are also called unclean spirits (Luke 8:29). We know from the Bible that Satan fell from heaven and other angelic beings (demons) shared in Satan’s fall and became evil (Ezekiel 28:18; Matthew 25:41; Rev. 12:4).
 “When Adam sinned, man broke away from the heaven-ordained center. A demon became the central power in the world. Where God's throne should have been, Satan placed his throne. The world laid its homage, as a willing offering, at the feet of the enemy.”  {Councils to Parents, Teachers and Students, p. 33.1}  

The word for demons in the Greek language is ‘daimon’ and is found more than 75 times in the Greek New Testament. In each case it is translated by the word devil in the King James Version.

What is the purpose of demons?
Just as God's angels are sent to praise Him and aid believers, Satan and his demons are bent on the besmirching of God's name in the earth and the destruction and deception of all those who love and serve Him (1 Peter 5:8; 2 Cor. 4:4, 11:14-15). The Bible calls demons "evil spirits" and "unclean" (Matt. 10:1; Mark 1:27) and asserts that they are indeed the angels of Satan (Rev. 12:9). Satan and his demons also attack Christians (2 Cor. 12:7; 1 Peter 5:8) and do battle with the holy angels (Rev. 12:4 – 9). Demons, like the holy angels, are spiritual beings that can sometimes take on physical form (2 Cor. 11:14 – 15).

In Yahshua’s teachings and ministry He often confronted demons and their activities, i.e., demonic possession of individuals (Matthew 12:22-29, 15:22-28, 25:41; Mark 5:1-16). Yahshua demonstrated His power over demons and, furthermore, He gave His disciples power to cast out demons (Matthew 10:1). (ANGELS ELECT AND EVIL, C. Fred Dickason, p. 150).
Demons are evil/fallen angels who follow Satan instead of God. When Satan fell out of heaven, the demons fell with him instead of staying in their place as God's ministers of good. Somehow, evil was found in them (Ezekiel 28:15). A description of the fall of Satan and his demons can be found in Revelation 12:9, which says "And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world—he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him." Satan's fall is also shown, symbolically, in Isaiah 14:12-15 and Ezekiel 28:12-15.

Dealing with Evil angels
Demons are powerful, and the Bible indicates that any human being who trifles with them is entering foolish and dangerous territory (2 Peter 2:10-12; Acts 19:13-16). However, though the demons/fallen angels are enemies of God and humanity, they are defeated enemies. Satan may be the prince of this world, but greater is He who is in us than those who are in the world (Eph. 2:2; 1 John 4:4).

1.    The Devil or Satan
A fallen angel; Satan, Lucifer or the Devil is a fallen angel; and particularly the chief of the evil angels.  He is the great principle of evil in the world; and it is his grand object to counteract the good that God desires to do.  He exerts himself, especially with his angels, to draw away the souls of men from embracing salvation through Jesus Christ.
His name signifies the calumniator, or false accuser; as the Hebrew Satan means the adversary.  But the Scriptures give him various other appellations descriptive of his character.  He is called, "The prince of this world," Joh 12:31; "The prince of the power of the air," Eph 2:2; "The god of this world," 2 Cor. 4:4; "The dragon, that old serpent, the devil," Re 20:2; "That wicked one," 1John 5:18; "A roaring lion," 1 Peter 5:8; "A murderer," "a liar," John 8:44; "Beelzebub," Matt. 12:24; "Belial," 2 Cor. 6:15; "The accuser of the brethren," Re 12:10.  He is everywhere shown to be full of malignity, cruelty, and deceit, hating God and man.  He is ceaselessly active in his efforts to destroy souls, and uses innumerable devices and wiles to adapt his temptations to the varying characters and conditions of men, enticing wicked men, and even good men at times, as well as his own angels, to aid in his work.  Almost the whole world has been under his sway.  But he is a doomed foe.  Christ shall bruise the serpent's head; shall dispossess him for the world, as he has done from individuals, and at length confine him for ever in the place prepared for him and his angels, Mt 25:41.
2.    The Demon Baal
Also known as Bael, Ba'al, Beelzebub, Beelzebuth or Enlil ranked as a King with legions of 66. In the Old Testament denotes Baal to an idol of the Phoenicians, and particularly of the Tyrians, whose worship was also introduced with great solemnities among the Hebrews, and especially at Samaria, along with that of Astarte, Judges 6:25-32; 2 Kings 10:18, 28.
Among the Babylonians, the same idol was worshipped under the name of |BEL|, which is only another form of the word Baal, Isa 46:1; Jer. 50:2; 51:44.  The worship of Baal was established in Babylon in the famous tower of Babel, the uppermost room of which served at the same time as an observatory, and as the repository of a collection of astronomical observations.

3.    Molech
Moloch means king, the name of the national god of the Ammonites, to whom children were sacrificed by fire. He was the consuming and destroying and also at the same time the purifying fire. In Am 5:26, "your Moloch" of the Authorized Version is "your king" in the Revised Version (comp. Acts 7:43). Solomon (1Kings 11:7) erected a high place for this idol on the Mount of Olives, and from that time till the days of Josiah his worship continued (2Ki 23:10,13). In the days of Jehoahaz it was partially restored, but after the Captivity wholly disappeared. He is also called Molech (Le 18:21; 20:2-5, etc.), Milcom (1Ki 11:5,33, etc.), and Malcham (Zep 1:5). This god became Chemosh among the Moabites.

Types of Occult Satanic Worship in the Bible
There are many ways satan is worshipped through occult means that includes demon worship:

Divination was one of the specific practices named by Moses in his prohibition on occult worship (Deut. 18:10). Often this practice included the killing of a chicken or some small animal, and on occasions to observe its liver to determine the state of affairs and direction of the immediate future (Ezek. 21:21). Divination is an illegitimate means of determining the will of God. The Christian desiring to know the will of God should consult the Scriptures, not the stars (Ps. 119:9).

A second occult practice of today was also banned by God. ‘Necromancy’ is an effort to communicate with and interrogate the dead. As the Bible teaches the dead are unable to communicate with the living (Luke 15:27-31), it only stands to reason that those who claim to have this ability are lying or are themselves deceived. In either case, the necromancer was considered an abomination unto the Lord (Deut. 18:11, 12).

The use of magic formulas and incantations was also forbidden. Today it is popular to distinguish between white and black magic, but leading biblical scholars agree that both forms of magic find their source and strength in demonic power. Those who practice magic are under certain limits as to what they can accomplish (Dan. 4:7). Even when it appears that magicians are able to duplicate the power of God, they still fall short of what God is able to accomplish (Exod. 7:11, 12).

Closely related to magic is sorcery. Magic usually relates to accomplishing specific acts-such as rods becoming serpents-whereas sorcery relates more closely with calling upon demons to create situations around people. Thus the enchanter or sorcerer is one who uses incantations or omens. Their practices may have also included the use of mood-changing or mind altering drugs. This has led some Bible scholars to denounce the use of such drugs because they are used as part of occult worship.

Around the world today, there exists a growing number of those who call themselves witches. Witchcraft is directly opposed to God (Dent. 18:10). When Saul became the first king of Israel, one of his first acts was to ban the practice of witchcraft from the kingdom (1 Sam. 28:9). A witch is one who makes use of magic and sorcery to accomplish the will of demons.

One of the oldest forms of the occult still practiced today is astrology. Contemporary astrology is a combination of what astrological cults practiced in Babylon, Egypt, and Canaan. In Canaan, astrology centered around the bull. The worship of the golden calf, child sacrifices to Molech, and Baal worship were all part of Canaanite astrology. The Old Testament is very clear to prohibit God’s people from involvement there.
In Egypt, God challenged the astrological gods of Egypt in sending ten plagues which directly attacked the authority of those gods. The highest of the Egyptian gods was Ra, the sun god. Three days of darkness was a direct indictment against the religion of Egypt.


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