Doctrines of Demons

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by Ron Matsen

Doctrines of Demons
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What does the Bible have to say about the End Times? Matthew’s Gospel records the warning of Jesus where He said, “Take heed that no one deceives you.” The apostle Paul expands on this by stating; “Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons.”

Satan often relies on deception through disinformation. Misinformation is defined an accidental un-truth where disinformation is the intentional misrepresentation of the truth. Therefore, doctrines of demons are creeds that offer counterfeit truths.

  • What are these “doctrines of demons” that the Bible warns us about?
  • Is there “another Jesus” being accepted by many within the world today?
  • Is there “another Spirit” working in the world today?

Join Ron Matsen in the Executive Briefing Room of the River Lodge, New Zealand as he investigates and exposes these dangerous doctrines.

This briefing pack contains 2 hours of teaching

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Reviewed by Phillip
06/09/2014 - 12:16:41 PM
Doctrine of Demons
Well, I have listened to most everything from KHouse, but have not gotten to this one yet. I was not sure but thanks to you, I most definitely will!

few things to keep in mind as I exercise discernment even before the purchase...

Corinthians 11:14
And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.

As well as many other warnings in Scripture. Satan does not mean Deceiver for nothing!

Good feelings do not equate truth.

What is the deal with these NDEs and other OOBEs?

Simple, ALMOST every one of them contains a detail that contradicts Scripture very plain and clear. Ruling them out from the get go.

It also evidences the very problem in the last days - Lack of Discernment! I am not even of the same denomination as the leadership at KHouse but we both recognize and agree on these fundamental Truths.

I guess I will get this set next.
Thanks for your review.
Reviewed by Charles
03/06/2014 - 03:27:09 PM
Who's demon is it anyhow?
I know a woman who met Jesus in a near-death experience. I know another man who at the age of 11 met his deceased pet, Skippy, and a deceased grandparent who comforted him and told him that it was not his time.

Both individuals were confronted by "demonizers" of the type advertised for this book. The man above was told by his pastor that if he did not meet Jesus then his experience was "of Satan" and that he should forget it and choose the church's philosophy. Hmmm.

After 45 years the man met others who had these experiences and for the first time felt validated instead of condemned.

The message was that if Satan had the power to present such a loving experience, then what chance did the individual have to overcome such a powerful, emotionally convincing event.

The question, Ron, is where is God if the unconditional love experienced by these and thousands, if not millions of others, is from demons as your material suggests?

Would love to communicate more with you on this topic based on over 18 years of in-depth, peer-review research on these experiences.

I give the material two stars because of good, loving intent even if the subject is not inclusive of the broader context that can be provided by research into near-death and similar experiences.