Abomination in the Holy place
The specter of antediluvian sins of the times of Noah is rearing its ugly head again in these times. Men are once more having “intercourse” with demonic or fallen angelic beings in ways that confer power on them to manifest miracles, signs and wonders whose real sources and validity can only be uncovered by prophetic discernment.
As men of this century are returning to the wisdom of long past ages, modern Pentecostal/Charismatic churches have also been invaded by the spirit of the age, sustaining their flight upon the wings of ancient lore. Every characteristic of the antediluvian sins seems to be reappearing. Open intercourse with demons is being perpetuated on a vast scale in the very heart of Christendom and these practices do not exclude even the hitherto somewhat traditionally conservative segments of the Protestants. The use of concocted substances and countless other practices of primal and medieval times now thrive in numerous “church” circles. Old, mesmerizing healing methods rooted in ancient magical arts are increasingly being passed off as genuine Spirit-induced miracles. All these are floating back to us upon the tide of “revivals” and “spiritual awakenings.”
They no longer come veiled or shrouded in secrecy or mystery; rather, in accordance with the spirit of the age, they blatantly present themselves as veritable tools of evangelism and church growth