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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Pigs in the Parlor by Frank Hammond. Frank Hammond explains the practical application of the ministry of deliverance, patterned after the ministry of Jesus Christ. The Hammonds also present a categorized list of 53 Demonic Groupings, including various behavior patterns and addictions. And they include testimonies of deliverance throughout the book including Pride, Witchcraft, Nervousness, Stubborness, Defiance, Mental Illness and more.
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Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 06, Greg rated it did not like it Shelves: kookey-kristians. 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 books that cause this reaction always come from the very last section on the cart, the Christian Inspiration section.
PIGS IN THE PARLOR By Frank Ida Mae Hammond
Apparently this book has been in my section for years, but today is the first time I noticed it. The name is kind of 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 Parlorthe cover is even more innocent looking than the one goodreads has posted. There are cartoon little pigs. What is the book 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.
Pigs in the Parlor (1973)
In non-bullshit terms, it's about Demons. On the cover it even says that it contains new evidence that will make scientists rethink schizophrenia. The back promises to teach the reader how to notice demons, demon possession, what demons travel together, and how to make your house and loved 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 they really exist? Yes, and they are among us. Surprisingly these backward thinking yokels who have ignored the last couple of hundred years of psychological research feel they have a right to not ignore other benefits that the general increase in knowledge and technology how affords people. In other words they are on goodreads. Laura McCoy rated it: 5 of 5 stars Read in January, I read this book many years ago, it was an assignment I had in a class about demon-possession and spiritual deliverance ministry.
It is a book I will keep all my life and over the years have used it many, many times to help people who struggle with religious issues and strongholds in their Christian walk.
Now I can rid myself of the pesky demon of common-fucking-sense. The book is written by a couple who has been up to their elbows in REAL spiritual warfare. They share what they've learned, good and bad.
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It will likely challenge, instruct, inform, uplift, empower, and motivate the reader. Bridgette rated it: 3 of 5 stars First book I had ever read that gave me clarity about what we are waging for and against. A tad edgy and certainly uncomfortable the first read but two or three times around new revelations came to pass in my seriously logical A type personality processor --I don't know what a logical A type personality processor is, it's probably not something that thinks too much.
Imagine what her life must have been like before she found clarity in medieval mumbo-jumbo. Or he may seek to suppress the pressures within, and in so doing expend much spiritual energy that could have been used for more positive purposes. There are two different sets of circumstances that may confront a Christian with the need to deal with demons: 1.
Demons were already in him before he became a Christian. Demons entered him after he became a Christian. The scripture does not suggest that new Christians are automatically exempt from all the consequences of what happened to them before they became believers. Consider a woman who suffers from chronic sinusitis caused by bacteria. She becomes a Christian but the sinusitis continues.
The natural explanation would be that the sinusitis is still caused by the same bacteria. No one would dispute that conclusion on doctrinal grounds. Now let us consider a man who has severe emotional problems caused by demons. The man becomes a Christian but the problems continue. Is there any scriptural reason to question that his emotional problems are still caused by demons?
For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough. The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.
Obviously they could not depart from their faith unless they had been in the faith. As Christians they had apparently opened themselves up to deceiving demons and consequently turned away from their faith in Christ. Since we have these promises, dear friends, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit, perfecting holiness out of reverence for God. God will not do the cleansing for us. We are responsible to do it ourselves. Why deliverance is not meant for unbelievers in general?
Demons return when they are cast out of unbelievers: Jesus clearly warned us that if we cast demons out of unbelievers, they are bound to return, each spirit bringing 7 even worse spirits with it Matthew Unbelievers aren't prepared to receive deliverance: Colossians shows us how Jesus forgave our sins, and thereby disarmed the demonic spirits in our lives. In the life of a non-believer, there is no disarming of the demons, because there is no forgiveness of sins.
Deliverance is for those who are in covenant with God: In MatthewJesus tells a non-Jewish woman who was seeking deliverance for her daughter, "It is not meet to take the children's bread, and to cast it to dogs.
Pigs in the Parlor: A Practical Guide to Deliverance
I also believe Jesus made it clear in this verse that it is not fit to cast deliverance before those who are outside covenant with God. In other words, deliverance is simply not meant for non-believers. It's dangerous both spiritually and physically violent manifestationsand it sets the person up for a much worse bondage if they don't quickly turn to Jesus. So if deliverance isn't geared towards unbelievers, then whom is it geared towards?
Whom are we to be casting demons out of then? View all 48 comments. Feb 18, Laura rated it it was amazing. I read this book many years ago, it was an assignment I had in a class about demon-possession and spiritual deliverance ministry. View 1 comment. Jun 19, Bart Everson rated it did not like it. This book provides a bleak glimpse into the minds of some extremely deluded people.