Chapter 41

FALLEN ANGELS (evil thoughts: the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil) 



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Fallen angels (evil thoughts: the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil) really do inhabit and control unsaved men and women are presently living in the kingdom of Hell on this earth. Please note that Satan is the god and warden of this world (2 Cor 4:4). But those who are called and seek Jesus shall be redeemed from the kingdom of Hell on this earth into the kingdom of Heaven on this earth. Most of humanity dwells exclusively in the prison kingdom of Hell, but a few of us have been freed by Jesus and also dwell in the kingdom of Heaven.

1.       (Luke 17:20,21)  And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God [Heaven] should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation [ocular evidence]: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God [Heaven] is within you [i.e. in your thoughts].

(Mark 5:1)  And they [Jesus and His disciples] came over unto the other side [the east side] of the sea [of Galilee], into the country of the Gadarenes [i.e. the wilderness].

1.       Commentary: For all the human dwellers herein, this earth is subjectively (1.) both a type and shadow of Heaven and a type and shadow of Hell, between which we vacillate, or (2.) only a type and shadow of Hell. Which of those two kingdoms on this earth do you dwell in? In this narrative, the coming of Jesus and His disciples from the kingdom of Heaven (The Promised Land west of Galilee) symbolizes Jesus Christ and His evangelical saints intentionally entering into the type and shadow of the kingdom of Hell (this earthly wilderness) to rescue lost souls for Christ. We do that a lot.


(Mark 5:2)  And when he was come out of the ship [with His disciples], immediately there met him out of the tombs [with his fallen angels] a man with an unclean spirit [devil, demon, i.e. fallen angels],

1.       Commentary: Where would you rather be, eternally alive on a ship sailing (movement) the open seas under the warm light of the sun, or eternally dead in a dark cold confining tomb buried (no movement) in the earth?


(Mark 5:3-5)  Who had his dwelling among the tombs; and no man could bind him [i.e. control him], no, not with chains: Because that he had been often bound with fetters and chains, and the chains had been plucked asunder by him, and the fetters broken in pieces: neither could any man tame him [i.e. domesticate him into obedience]. And always, night and day, he was in the mountains [of pride: manic - up], and in the tombs [of death: depression - down], crying, and cutting himself with stones. [Why?]

1.       Commentary: “fetters broken in pieces”= thereby illustrating: (1.) the presence of supernatural power. (2.) symbolically that men had frequently attempted to bind him with their orderly laws, but he had broken those laws. (3.) that this man was considered by other men to be a lunatic-criminal in self-imposed exile dwelling in a type of prison. This man could not be bound to and serve the laws of men (be a law-abiding citizen) because he was already bound to and serving the much more powerful spiritual “laws” or commands of fallen angels. He was “possessed” by fallen angels (Mark 5:15,16,18).

2.       possessed = Gk: to be exercised by a demon:--have a (be vexed with, be possessed with) devil (-s) /// a demon or supernatural spirit (of a bad nature):--devil.  


Fallen Angels

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