This book contains a wealth of practical information for the person interested in, planning to engage in, or actively engaged in the ministry of deliverance. 10 quotes from Pigs in the Parlor: A Practical Guide to Deliverance: 'What is the meaning of the phrase “shall be bound in heaven shall be loosed in h. Well 'Pigs in The Parlour' call's itself ' A Practical Guide to Deliverance'. In other words it's a teaching/self-help guide kind of book on the topic.
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The name is kind of innoce Sometimes when I'm shelving my TOPPS cart in the morning before the stores open I come across a title towards the end of the cart that makes me say, "What the fuck", or "Jesus fucking Christ you've got to be kidding me", or sometimes just "Jesus Christ".
The name is kind of innocent sounding, Pigs in the Parlor, the cover is even more innocent looking than the one pigs in the parlor has posted. There are cartoon little pigs. What is the pigs in the parlor about?
This book contains a wealth of practical information for the person interested in, planning to engage in, or actively engaged in the ministry of deliverance. In non-bullshit terms, it's about Demons. On pigs in the parlor cover it even says that it contains new evidence that will make scientists rethink schizophrenia.
PIGS IN THE PARLOR By Frank Ida Mae Hammond
The back promises to teach the reader how to notice demons, demon possession, what demons travel together, and how to make your house and pigs in the parlor ones demon free. Hooray for the Dark Ages!!
What makes me sad is that this book came out inand that it must sell well enough that it is still in print. Shit we are some stupid motherfuckers.
I know we have lots of good things, and we have lots of smart people, but then there are the fucking people who are reading this shit. What are these stupid motherfuckers like though?
Do consider that if Christians could have demons so could non Christians as the authors point out. However if you are a Christian reading this you may be saying: How could this be?
Well, lets talk about that a little. Well, that is what I thought… However as I have studied this I now see that things are not pigs in the parlor straight forward for Christians.
Not a nice thought. Author Hammond explains that deliverance is in fact needed by all Christians indeed I have read elsewhere that the early church included it for everyone who converted, as part of their entry into the Christian pigs in the parlor and it is a forgotten practise that allows Satan and his minions i.
Better health, better ability to move in the spiritual gifts of the Holy Spiritmore experience of the peace of God and fruits of the Spirit are all things that can come from effective deliverance being practised he states.
Hammond quotes scripture quite a lot and seems in no doubt about what he is teaching through this book. Pigs in the parlor points out that once deliverance has been received that the receiver has an obligation to make sure they keep it by being filled with the Holy Spirit and living a committed Christian life each day — a seven step plan is given for this.
Pigs in the Parlor: A Practical Guide to Deliverance by Frank Hammond
Not doing so would he explains, open the door for demons to get back into the person who has been delivered. On that point we might ask how they can get in?
Often he writes, people pick them up in childhood, when people are vulnerable and unable to protect themselves. They paint a picture of Christians learning to do what Jesus did pigs in the parlor summarised in 1 John 3: In other words Satan makes people sick and suffer while Jesus brings healing and freedom through deliverance.
I know who you are—the Holy One of God! A new teaching—and with authority! He even gives orders to evil spirits and they obey him.
Pigs in the Parlor Quotes by Frank Hammond
And of course committment to Jesus pigs in the parlor to be if necessary reiterated. This revelation they say followed repeated deliverances of a particular lady that Idae Mae and her husband had been ministering too, only for all the work seeming to become undone days later each time. Only to say they reported success with using this revelation, though they say it is a slow process.