So are you seeing the demons coming out of hell? [From a comment in the “Tribulation…” article]
Be warned. You’re not going to like my answer. It’s not the answer you’re wanting. But, it is the answer that will be presented here.
God calls no soul “demon”. All beings/souls are equally seen and truly loved by God. The “demons” you and so many of us are really afraid of are the demons within ourselves that we’ve done nothing to change or heal. It is these inner demons that we’ve used as a channel to inflict pain and suffering onto others in the past and present – whether in this life and remembered, or in past lives and forgotten.
Change the demons within one’s self through effort, willingness, study, forgiveness and letting go of judgement and in time, you, too, could find yourself no longer calling God’s creations/children, “demons” – whether they are incarnated into a body or not incarnated into a body.
When we’ve faced our own demons, how we see others – including those we’ve labeled with insulting names – will change.
The Edgar Cayce Readings state, “There is good in the worst of us, and there is bad in the best of us.”
Have you ever been labeled with an insulting name by someone else who sees you as “bad” through their negative and hurtful lens? They may see you as a demon. If anyone has received insults, it then behooves us to ask ourselves if we’re sure we want to look at other souls, spirits, entities of any kind negatively as being demons, when, at the same time, we haven’t done anything to change the demons we have inside of ourselves.
There are many in the world that are willing to label other life forms or souls, both incarnate and discarnate, with insulting names, and they have been willing through all ages. If any of us chooses to be one of these many that insults others, then remember, an unwillingness to change the demons within on anyone’s part, points to a continued willingness and desire within to inflict pain and suffering onto others.
“When we insult God’s creations, we’re insulting God.”
“All of us have lapses in our willingness to change ourselves. It helps to remember that we can get up, dust ourselves off and get back into the ‘transformation through forgiveness’ game.”