Why Demons Attack Your Dreams

Miracle Healing and Christian Spirituality


Miracle Healing and Christian Spirituality

The New Testament teaches that baptism is an essential part of becoming a Christian. On the Day of Pentecost, Peter told the crowds to repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus, in order to receive the Holy Spirit. Later, Paul was led to Christ by a disciple named Ananias, who encouraged him to receive baptism in the name of Jesus, as well.

The Bible teaches that Jesus gave His followers the authority to cast out demons and cast them out. In the gospel of Matthew, the Lord heals a man who has an evil spirit. The gospel writers wanted people to understand that demons can be a real problem and that they should not ignore it.

But the doctrine of spiritual warfare is controversial. Some critics have accused it of being theologically heterodox, scripturally insufficient, and leading to a dangerous obsession with demonic enemies. Others have argued that it absolves a person from personal responsibility for sin. Nevertheless, it elevates believers to a God-like status and claims that Christian prayers will determine the outcome of the end-times cosmological battle between God and Satan.

The Bible teaches that God is present and active in Jesus Christ. Jesus performed miracles to show that He is Lord of all creation.

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