Did A Woman Manifest A Demon While Pastor J.D. Farag Was Preaching A Sermon About The End Times And The Great American Eclipse of 2024?

Shocking video footage!

By: Michael Snyder T.H.E.

I have never been afraid of controversial topics, and I am going to address one today. An incredibly shocking video that has gone viral on social media has been brought to my attention, and I think that someone needs to write about what happened. I went to Google News and did a search for any news stories about this particular incident, and I found zero.  Hopefully that will change, because when very strange supernatural events take place they should get attention. On Sunday, Pastor J.D. Farag was preaching a message about the end times and the Great American Eclipse of 2024 when a woman started screaming in a very loud voice. Was she actually manifesting a demon as many are suggesting? Watch the videos below and decide for yourself.

The incident that you are about to see happened at Pastor J.D. Farag’s church in Hawaii. If you are not familiar with Pastor J.D. Farag, the following biographical information comes from his website

JD Farag was born in Beirut, Lebanon to an Egyptian father and Arab mother. He immigrated to America in 1963. In 1988, JD married his wife, Kellie, in Spokane, WA and later moved to Hawaii where they started their first Bible Study in 2004. As a strong supporter of Israel, JD’s focus is on Bible Prophecy, oftentimes pertaining to the Middle East. In addition to weekly Prophecy Updates, Pastor JD teaches through the bible Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings at his church in Kaneohe, HI.

On Sunday, he was preaching about the end times and the Great American Eclipse of 2024, and I greatly applaud him for doing that.

Most churches in this country strictly avoid talking about such things.

At one point during his message, a woman in the audience started to violently freak out. The following is the highest quality version that I could find on YouTube

For a few moments, it appears that Pastor Farag believes that someone is heckling him.

But then he quickly realizes what is actually taking place and he rushes down from the stage.

At the end of the video, you can hear someone trying to cast a demon out of the woman. It is unclear if this was Pastor Farag or someone else.

This next video contains an extended version of the incident in which you can listen to what Pastor Farag was talking about immediately before the woman went completely nuts

So far, I haven’t seen a single major Christian website talk about what happened.

There is kind of an unwritten rule that we aren’t really supposed to talk about supernatural manifestations.

And so they often get brushed under the rug.

But that is the exact wrong approach.

Our world desperately needs to understand that the supernatural is real.

God is real.

Jesus is real.

Heaven is real.

Hell is real.

Satan is real.

Demons are real.

The Bible does not shy away from addressing the supernatural at all.

In the Scriptures, we see many stories of Jesus casting out demons.

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And demons are very active in our time too, but we don’t want to talk about that because it might make us seem weird.

Look, the truth is that the forces of darkness are going to become increasingly active the deeper that we get into the end times.

And we are also going to see believers do amazing supernatural things through the power of God in the days ahead.

But of course there are many churches where supernatural things are unlikely to happen because they are afraid to use word like “resurrection” and “Calvary”

A North Carolina mega-church says they will not mention words like Calvary, resurrection of phrases like “blood of Jesus” to promote Easter Sunday services.

“I’m not going to say the word ‘Calvary,’ I’m not going to say the word ‘resurrection.’ I’m not going to say the ‘blood of Jesus.’ Right? I’m not going to say any of these words that makes someone feel like an outsider,” said Nikki Shearer, the digital content creator for Elevation Church. “This is really an important guiding principle.”


If we have gotten to a point where we are afraid to talk about the resurrection, what in the world do we have to offer people?

The death and resurrection of Jesus is our only hope.

Of course the “seeker-friendly” approach of Elevation Church has proven to be very popular. At this point, it has more than 25,000 members…

Elevation Church is pastored by Steven Furtick and has more than 25,000 members attending at multiple locations across the state. The podcast interview was first discovered by Protestia and Evangelical Dark Web.

Shearer said it’s vitally important that people feel super-chill when they receive an invitation to attend the church’s Easter services.

I find it quite ironic that they are willing to use the word “Easter” which originally comes from a pagan goddess of fertility, but they don’t want to use words such as “resurrection” and “Calvary”.

I think that many churches are desperate not to offend people because they can see what is happening nationwide. At this point, attendance at religious services in America has dropped to a depressingly low level…

As Americans observe Ramadan and prepare to celebrate Easter and Passover, the percentage of adults who report regularly attending religious services remains low. Three in 10 Americans say they attend religious services every week (21%) or almost every week (9%), while 11% report attending about once a month and 56% seldom (25%) or never (31%) attend.

Sadly, this is just the continuation of a trend that stretches back for decades…

Two decades ago, an average of 42% of U.S. adults attended religious services every week or nearly every week. A decade ago, the figure fell to 38%, and it is currently at 30%. This decline is largely driven by the increase in the percentage of Americans with no religious affiliation — 9% in 2000-2003 versus 21% in 2021-2023 — almost all of whom do not attend services regularly.

Still, most religious groups have also seen a decline in regular attendance at religious services over the past two decades.

Many churches have resorted to making themselves as appealing to the world as possible in order to keep bringing people in.

But that isn’t the solution.

The solution is to proclaim the unadulterated gospel of Jesus Christ, and when you do that supernatural things tend to happen.

I hope that Pastor Farag and his church will be very open about what just occurred.

Because when the forces of darkness manifest, that is evidence that the Bible is real.

And when God does something supernatural in one of our churches, which is also evidence that the Bible is real.

We really are in the midst of a great spiritual battle between light and darkness, and we should never be ashamed of that.

So that is why I have decided to write about such a controversial topic.

When something supernatural happens, I wish that every media outlet in the entire nation would shout about it from the rooftops.

Because the supernatural things that we read about in the Bible are still happening today.

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Nostradamus’ Spooky Predictions For 2024: Several Major Deaths, Catastrophes …

Known for anticipating several of the most important events in history, such as Hitler’s rise to power or the death of Elizabeth II, the Frenchman Nostradamus is once again making a series of predictions for the coming year 2024, and the truth is that they are not at all hopeful. Among the many events he predicted, natural catastrophes and the death of a very important personage are expected.

Considered as ‘The Prophecies’ and studied for years by many experts, these let us glimpse a worrying future that could mean a 2024 plagued with changes for the human being.

For example, according to Nostradamus we could be facing a year that could mean the farewell to Pope Francis, who at 86 years of age in 2023 has already gone through several health problems.

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