Larvae was a name used to describe evil spirits in the ancient world. They were once mortal but after death returned to wander the earth and bring torment upon the living, especially during the Roman festival of Lemuria each May. 56 more words
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Meanwhile the sky and deep fecund earth together maintain an important mythological place as the progenitors of divinized natural elements. This persistent centrality of the celestial and chthonic divinities, incarnated in a lower mythology of animistic spirits and demons, is reflected for example in a dualistic cosmogony reconstructed from South Slavic folklore.
The old downtown Burkhead Memorial Church building in Winston-Salem, North Carolina was ample enough for one congregation, but wartime called for unusual measures. Three or four different church groups joined to acquire this grand old building. 866 more words
Leviticus 19:17–18 says:
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You shall not hate in your heart anyone of your kin; you shall reprove your neighbor, or you will incur guilt yourself. You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against any of your people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself.
This post is merely intended as a brief reflection and perhaps an eye opener for those who have just started their journey toward deliverance. Again, I should remind anyone who may come across this that everything I write here is based on my own experiences as someone who has personally struggled with spiritual warfare. 1,215 more words