From: Ernest Moyer
Date: Fri, May 6, 2005, 8:50 AM
Reply to Message 70094
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In your two posts you ask:
You say: "We can state categorically that all TeaM members and others who invite the Spirit into their minds are literally asking the Devil to come in. But they do not know it."
"If they know the Revelation, how can Team members who invite the Spirit NOT know that it would be Cal. There is nobody else and the info is there. It does't make sense."
Team members were told by Cal that the Rebellion was ended and that all is now forgiven. Hence, his entry into the minds, by their deduction, must be benign. In other words, they do not believe the Revelation.
You say: "All those people who ask for the Spirit to come into their minds, by invitation, really desire to be cursed with his wicked presence. But they do not recognize that fact."
I believe the above contains a contradiction. If they "really desire to be cursed by his wicked presence" they must be conscious of that desire. I cannot see how it is possible not to recognize (be aware of) the existence of such "real desire."
Yes, they are conscious of a real desire, but they believe it is benign. Caligastia is not about to tell them otherwise. We should remember that he can come as an angel of light, and thus he appears to them to be a good guy. He has all the manifestations of spirit beings, and how they may appear to humans beings. Remember the apostle Paul's comment:
2 Cor 11:14-15 -- And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is not strange if his servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.
Paul was talking directly about our experience today.
The Team members are an excellent illustration of the inability of many persons on our planet to distinguish between good and bad spirits. An angel of light is an angel of light, Caligastia or not. They do not have that element of spiritual sensitivity. The coming earthly trials will serve to remove them from the human race.