We all have little voices in our ears. Daily we hear messages, some build us up but many try to tear us down.
An increasing exposure to the demonic brings with it a darkness, heaviness, and a depressive effect. While it looks like a depression, it typically does not respond to medications or psychotherapy.
Satan’s intelligence is superior to ours–don’t start talking to him!
Demonic possession reveals the depth of marital unity.
On this Divine Mercy Sunday, we say the prayer that St. Faustina offers us, “Jesus, I trust in you.” Satan is toothless and powerless in the presence of the Risen Lord. Trust in Jesus.
Do we realize how demons can use our emotions against us?
What does a strong vs. a weak possession look like in an exorcism case?
Can demons be located in a particular part of the body?
How can exorcisms be ugly but blessed at the same time?
It’s a place of their own miserable making–and they’ll do anything not to go back.