Matthew 12:27-28 If I by Satan cast out devils … but if I cast out devils by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God is come to you
The Pharisees accused Christ of expelling demons from people by the power of Satan.
Matthew 12:26 If Satan casts out Satan then he is divided against himself, how then shall his kingdom stand
Christ says the kingdom of God has come to mankind, and Christ says that the proof thereof is the fact that devils must go when the Lord commands them, and God’s servants by the power of God’s Spirit cast out devils too. Christ says it is by the Spirit of God that devils are cast out of people.
The Pharisees do not have the Spirit of God, they are of Satan (John 8:44). They are plants not planted by the Father (Matthew 15:13). They are Jews, Christ acknowledges they are of the seed of Abraham, meaning they are they physical descendants of Abraham, Issac and Jacob (John 8:37). But they are aligned with Satan, they are evil. Christ calls Pharisees and scribes children of Hell, and their converts (meaning those who adopt a doctrine of Pharisees or scribes) are twice the children of Hell (Matthew 23:15). Therefore, when Christ asks Pharisees, by whom do your disciples cast out demons, that does not mean Christ is saying that Pharisees do cast out devils. The Pharisees and their disciples claimed to cast out demons, but they did not as to do so requires the Spirit of God, which they do not have. We know that the Spirit of God is required to cast out devils because Christ says it is by the Spirit of God that he cast out devils.
Matthew 7:22-23 Many shall say to me in that day, Lord Lord we did many wonderful works in your name, we cast out demons and prophesied. And I shall profess to them, I never knew you. Depart from me, workers of iniquity.
No one who is of the Spirit of God ends up in Hell, but these many who claim to be of Christ and say they cast out demons end up in Hell, Christ says that he never knew them. Since the Son never knew them, the Father never knew them either and therefore Father’s Spirit was never with them. Being that the Father was never with them, they had no ability to cast out demons, but merely thought they were casting out demons, while others were hoaxers.
The kingdom of Satan is united. People who are of the kingdom of Satan are not necessarily united. For example, those who Christ speaks of in Matthew 7:22-23 think they are of Christ, but they are of Satan’s kingdom and end up in Hell. On earth, they considered themselves people of Christ, and presented themselves to others as people of the Lord. More obvious people of Satan’s kingdom are those who openly worship Satan. Those who considered themselves of Christ, but actually are of Satan, are united in the end with those who openly worshiped Satan in that they both end up in Hell, but on earth they fought each other.
Just because men broke off from the Catholic church to form the Protestant churches, (and other men who may never have been a part of the Catholic church formed the Orthodox and Ethiopian churches), does not mean the Protestants are of Christ, in that one might say if the Catholic church is the kingdom of Satan on earth, then why would he divide his kingdom into fighting factions? But we see from Matthew 7:22-23, that people who end up in Hell nevertheless consider themselves servants of God, and do fight against other servants of Satan, whether those others realize it or not that they are of Satan. Both groups, Protestant and Catholic (in fact, all churches), are founded on the gospel of Pharisee Paul, forgeries 1 Peter and 2 Peter. So too Orthodox and Ethiopian churches are founded solely on the gospel of Pharisee Paul. Christ’s gospel is testimony against Gentiles and kings, and that which is testimony against Gentiles did not establish the Gentiles as the true Jews (Romans 2:28-29), did not establish Gentile altars (Christ says there are only two altars of God, and both are of the Jews, John 4:19-24, Hebrews 13:10), and Christ forbids ‘pay for spiritual teaching’ (Matthew 10:8, Romans 15:27). Christ also smashed the Rabbi system, saying call no man Rabbi, so of course that is not Peter in 1 Peter and 2 Peter establishing positions for men to hold spiritual rulership over Gentiles!
Matthew 23:8-10 … Call no man Rabbi … call no man Master
Christ’s gospel is dangerous teaching for the churches, because if people listened to Christ, they would cease attending church and would reject the gospel of Pharisee Paul. Christ does not want his followers to sit in pews and look up to others who call themselves pastors, ministers, bishops, priests, etc., and without pew sitters, the cash flow dries up for the churches. The Roman Catholic church got around that problem in Europe, as civilian authorities impose church taxes on individual annual income.
Where Paul himself titles his own doctrine “Un-Circumcision” and titles the doctrine of Christ “Circumcision”, he himself declares that the doctrines are opposing doctrines, contrary to each other (Galatians 2:7-8). The Pharisee claims he was called out by Christ in heaven to preach an opposing doctrine to the Gentiles to that doctrine which Christ taught to Peter and his fellow apostles. The Pharisee was on his way to carry out that which Christ said Pharisees will do, murder the believers on the Lord:
Acts 22:4-5 I persecuted the followers of Christ and had them put to death … I was on my way to bring them who were bound back to Jerusalem for punishment.
Pharisee Paul calls Moses’ law, death written in stone (2 Corinthians 3:7). But he reserves one death command, Deuteronomy 25:4, which Pharisee Paul claims is a command for Gentiles to pay money to their church spiritual rulers (1 Corinthians 9:9-11, 1 Timothy 5:16-18). The world of moronic bible scholars who extoll Pharisee Paul’s grace doctrine need to revise their moronic scholarly works to reflect that the actual doctrine of Pharisee Paul, a non-apostle of Christ, is that not all of Moses’ law, was nailed to the cross (Colossians 2:14). Gentiles thought they were freed from Moses’ law by their master Paul, but when it comes to paying money to Pharisee church rulers, Paul puts his Gentile followers under Moses’ law.
The Beast and Paul are on the same team, both are of Satan’s kingdom (Hebrews 13:10, Rev. 13:6). Pharisee Paul is a liar in that Christ told his apostles early on that in the future they would present the same gospel Christ sent them to preach to the House of Israel to the Gentiles and kings.
Matthew 10:18 You shall present my gospel before kings and Gentiles as testimony against them