Alexander Pagani: Mass Destruction: Satan’s 5 Deadliest Weapons

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By Alexander Pagani

In the pandemic’s aftermath, there remains a noticeable rise in spiritual disturbances worldwide, affecting both individuals and the population as a whole. This surge includes the emergence of demonic forces associated with fear, anxiety, worry and phobia. I believe it was by God’s hand that I was led to open the door for a new era of spiritual freedom through digital platforms. As a result, online deliverance ministries quickly gained momentum and captured the attention of social media users.

Today, this ministry of deliverance through digital platforms has grown into an unstoppable global movement, drawing in countless individuals at the forefront of this revolutionary wave, supported by God’s blessings. Influential figures such Isaiah Saldivar, Vlad Savchuk, Mike Signorelli and Greg Locke wholeheartedly embrace the responsibility of spreading the message of the kingdom of God through social media and actively participate in the mission of digital deliverance.

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Weapons of Mass Destruction

I want to describe what I call “Satan’s weapons of mass destruction.” I call them that because the sins seen less often in Scripture are considered the deadliest. Heaven is saying to pay attention when it comes to sins that tend to fly under the radar. Here are some of the most destructive sins throughout human history and within today’s church.

1. Vanity. Satan’s No. 1 weapon of mass destruction is vanity. This, not pride, was the sin that caused Satan’s downfal. Vanity opened the door to pride, and Satan fell. Now I know that’s not what you expected to hear because we’ve been trained to believe it was pride, but Scripture paints a different picture. Before you read the following verse, consider that the Hebrew word for “vanity” (yahir) means haughtiness, boastfulness and conceit.

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As you can see, Satan became vain in his thinking because God created him to be the most beautiful being in all His creation. Ezekiel 28 describes Satan’s beauty in detail, and it all boiled down to one thing: He became full of himself. The Bible says his wisdom was corrupted because of his beauty, not his pride. Scripture doesn’t say how long it took for Satan to sin, but it does say that over time he became filled with iniquity. (Notice how Ezekiel says “iniquity” and not “sin.”)

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