by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
First Timothy 4:1

We are studying my friends tonight, "Can man communicate with the dead." How much is true and false in necromancy. Necromancy is the science of communication with the dead. The idea of divining through the spirits of the departed, what is coming in the future. We are involved in that thing, it is everywhere today as we are going to call your attention to. At the very outset I would like to remind you that in I Tim. 4:1 the Apostle Paul says that in the last days many will depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and teachings of demons. Now seducing spirits, he said, in the last days.

Now next Sunday night I'm going to really bring together a mass of the scripture on the demon invasion of this world in the end time as revealed in God's Word. God's Word says that the mass of the people of this world shall believe the lie. That is the lie that antichrist is God, and the world will end, the end of the age will end in a world in a revolt against Christ and Christianity. There will be very few Christians on the face of the earth and the mass of the people of the world will be worshipping the devil's christ. That's how deceived people are going to become. So this thing is going to snowball and is going to get worse and worse. It is getting worse by the moment now.

We called your attention this morning to the statement of Dr. Olford in New York City, a very wise man, a man I would believe on any of the statistics. This man said, that now in New York city there is a rage of witchcraft. There are spiritualistic mediums among young people of 12 and 13 years of age. He says that this witchcraft revival is a greater danger than the drug situation there. He said, as Howard quoted to you today that 65 per cent of the young people today are dealing with some sort of drugs. That's a very terrible thing for us to think about. I doubt not the demons are back of this. ...

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