Women With Wings Are Not Angels!

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Religion (dead works) -Vs- Living Faith
What's The Difference?

The only "Women With Wings" seen in scripture, are found in Zechariah chapter 5 and represent an unclean, false religion which assists the anti-christ in his rise to power....
In addition, there are no female angels mentioned in scripture at all, and having figurines of "angels" in our homes, businesses and churches is a violation of the 2nd commandment forbidding us to make graven (engraved or sculpted) "images."
These so-called "angel" images and figurines are nothing more than points of contact for demonic influence in our lives. (if anxiety or anger is welling up as you read this--this a good indication you should finish reading this article).
The need to have "visuals" in connection with our faith in Christ demonstrates the presence and  influence of a spirit of idolitry in our lives.
A spirit of idolitry requires "visuals" and other helps (rituals etc.) in order for a person to feel spiritual and spiritually secure.
This spirit can be gotten rid of by, first getting rid of any known points of contact (images,pictures,jewelry etc.), then by praying,  renouncing and rebuking this oppressive spirit.
To stay free of a spirit of idolitry, one must be very careful not to allow the spirit to "morph" or transfer and manifest in our lives through other, less obvious, practices--like jewelry wearing of any kind(especially excessive)--fancy (eye catching) clothing--excessive  decoration of homes, offices, churchs, vehicles etc..
We have an enemy who is subtle and smart--but we have a savior who is greater.
Greater is he that is in us than he that is in the world.

Be careful what you eat...

               ... to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet

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