the fire

usually i would hear some pastors shouting FIRE when they cast demons and sometimes when reffering to God’s presence.what axaCtly is this fire because sometimes i see people rolling down and screaming at the mention of this FIRE?

What do YOU think?

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  1. warrior daughter says:

    This pastor would get the same result if he shouted Chocolate.
    This made me giggle

    You are so right Jim…
    Use the Bible as your guide (example) of being decent, correct, and in order

  2. lookinforacity says:

    Hi NHLANHLA

    I feel the word Fire in relation to the way you have said it is being used, is the Pastor saying that the Power of the Holy Spirit, is at that moment being demonstrated, or that when he says Fire he is releasing this power.
    The use of it by Pastors during deliverance, or the actions of the people during a service, at the mention of the word Fire, is nothing more than attempting to appear more Religious.
    Saying Fire by a Pastor during deliverance does not add to the deliverance, it does not cause the deliverance to actually take place, it does nothing. This pastor would get the same result if he shouted Chocolate.
    It is nothing more than doing something that they have either been taught, or seen, or heard someone else say, and then thinking they would sound more Spiritual themselves, if they said it also.
    Remember, the Pharisee would Pray LOUDLY, on the street corners to be seen of men. (Luk 18:11-13)

    Don’t ever forget, it is the Holy Spirit doing the work of deliverance, not the Pastor.

    Question, have you ever read in the Bible, where Jesus, any of the Disciples, or Apostles shouted Fire, during a Deliverance, Healing, or even in a Raising of the Dead?

    There were cloths sent out from Paul. Who shouted Fire for the persons receiving them? (Act 19:11-12)

    On the day of Pentecost, when there were actual cloven tongues of fire resting upon the Disciples, do we read of anyone shouting Fire, or rolling around on the floor and screaming? There was never a greater demonstration of the Holy Spirit, than that day, and still those things are not recorded as having happened. (Act 2:3)
    Remember, they shall have their reward, (they shall be seen of men) some will be impressed, thinking they must be really Holy, but that is all they will receive as reward.

    Use the Bible as your guide (example) of being decent, correct, and in order.

    Be Blessed
    JIM

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