January 1 2018

Happy New Year!

Have a wonderful and blessed New Year! I will resume my regular postings next week!

 

 

 

 

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.  See, I am doing a new thing!  Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?  I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”  Isaiah 43:18-19



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Posted January 1, 2018 by The Other Side of Darkness in category "Uncategorized

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Don on

    What is the difference between demonic possession and demonic oppression?

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  2. By Sian Jones on

    Discovered your bloggs late last year God has used them to speak into my life. Thank you so much for your openness and faithfulness
    Praying for you and your ministry this year. Happy,blessed and fruitful New Year in Jesus

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  3. By Lori Johnson on

    I’m desperate for answers…while I was talking to a good Christian friend his eyes went completely black and his whole face started vibrating very fast, it only lasted 1/10 of a second but I will remember that split second for the rest of my life. It would have scared me more if I wasn’t a saved Christian. AMEN!!! Still wondering if that is really my friend or maybe he is possessed by a demon or maybe the demon was passing through?, can I trust my friend or is he a lost cause? I do not know and have been praying to Christ to help open my eyes and give me answers.
    Any info you have Beth would be SOOOO VERY MUCH APPRECIATED and I thank you for following Christ and getting HIS word out to the world – GOD Bless You Beth!!!
    Lori Johnson, Alaska 🙂

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    1. By The Other Side of Darkness (Post author) on

      Hi Lori
      I understand your concern, but as far as Jesus Christ is concerned, no one is a lost cause. Demonic oppression is actually very common, its just that most Christians fail to recognize it. I have written about demonic oppression a few times, as well as deliverance. I pray Jesus gives you the wisdom He desires you to have in this situation.

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      1. By Lori Johnson on

        Thank you Ms. Beth – really thank you! Simple words but with HUGE impacts and a wonderful reminder to me as no one is a lost cause when Jesus is concerned!
        God Bless You and Your Ministry!
        Lori Johnson

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