Capacities in Complex Anaylsis (Aspects of Mathematics) by Urban Cegrell

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He'll tell you every bad thing he can to try to destroy your self-image and keep you from being all that you can be and all that God desires you to be. And furthermore, he'll try to get you to believe that God made you that way. For example, this is the kind of line the tempter feeds a person, and usually right after something good has happened to them: "Well, you're on top now, but you're going to lose it all. "You don't deserve this. "You're not really that good. "In fact, you're nothing special at all.

Third, the tempter comes as an "angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:14). What we see on the TV programs about satanism is what I call the inside of Satan—the ugliness, the evil, the absurd. That's not the way Satan usually comes at us. He usually wears the cloak of something beautiful and enticing. I learned early on as a Christian that the devil is usually behind those things which appear to be beautiful and exciting in the beginning, but which ultimately turn out to be ugly and evil. For example, it often looks glamorous or exciting when we see someone on TV or in movies, or someone in real life who takes a few drinks to "unwind" socially.

Now I'm not talking about someone who tells a lie now and then, but who also tells the truth—which would include a majority of people, or just about everyone. I'm talking about someone who appears incapable of telling the truth, or who may not even recognize the difference between a lie and the truth ... someone whom a doctor might call a pathological liar. If you know someone like that and their behavior has been that way for a period of time, I believe it's possible that that person is under severe demonic attack.

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