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5. “They did not like to retain God in their knowledge… being filled with all unrighteousness… murder… haters of God… unmerciful” (Rom. 1:28–31). Although these verses are referring to people, the power that influences them is demonic. Ezekiel 28:14–16 describes Lucifer with these words: “You were the anointed cherub who covers…. ” “I am profaned [degraded, vulgar language, blasphemous] among them” (Ezek. 22:26). “Your enemies take Your name in vain” (Ps. 139:20). These are scriptures referring to people who profane the Lord, but “to profane” is an influence that is demonic in nature, as Ezekiel 28:14–16 states.
It was absolutely deafening. The terror-filled screams seemed to go right through me, penetrating my very being. I once heard about a television special where a news reporter spent the night in a prison just to experience prison life firsthand. The prisoners were crying, moaning, and yelling all night long. He stated that he couldn’t sleep because of all the noise. This place where I now stood was far, far worse. Through the panic and the deafening noise, I struggled to gather my thoughts. “I’m in hell!