My Response #1
In a message dated 4/20/2010 6:44:38 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, *****@*****.*** writes:
<< My question is this, was this a demon or can someone get so angry that their eyes completely go black, white part and all? >>
Mary, I never have seen eyes going completely black--including the sclera (white part)--other than in horror movies, although some people have told me that they have seen this. Two colleagues (eye doctors) read your email and said they never had seen it either.
One said that there are "black goth scleral lenses" that weird kids order to put into their eyes, and it makes the entire eye look black, such as in the following two pics:
However, from what you described, that guy was sitting there looking normal until you gave his wife that brochure. Then, while he was sitting there glaring at you, his eyes turned black. It's not like he went into another room, put on scleral lenses, and then returned. I am assuming that is how it was, anyway.
When I read all of that, my first impression was that the husband is possessed by a demon, and the demon's anger caused his host's eyes to turn black like that. My friend thought so, too, although we don't believe that can happen physiologically, so it must be supernaturally.
Then I read it to someone else, and she agreed. She added that it seems like the demon wants to keep the woman (wife) in bondage, and you were there trying to present to her a way that she could get out of it, which enraged him.
Another possibility is that God has given you one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. If you take that link and scroll down a bit, you will see that item #9 if "distinguishing among spirits." Perhaps, if you have that, you might be able to see the eyes of certain demonically possessed or controlled people becoming black but other people around you would not.
I think you did the right thing by remaining calm (although I bet a lot of people wouldn't be able to do that) and not reacting to his black eyes and his glare. Maybe he sensed the Holy Spirit in you and had to turn away and not look at you anymore. That is my guess.
I hope that the woman with cancer will attend your church's revival. I think she needs to be delivered from both the cancer and the demon posing as her husband, although it may take more than a church revival to do that.
Yes, that's the way it happened, he was sitting there with green eyes, and the minute I gave her the revival flyer, his eyes went black, just like the pictures you sent me, then after 5 minutes they went green again, all sitting there the whole time, he never got up. Plus, he is in his 60's and not prone to do things like kids would do to prank someone. I was told in my spirit to hold strong and not let it get to me, not to let it win, so with the help of the Holy Spirit I did just that. But after I got home, I was shaking like a leaf. The absolute dread I felt was horrible. If all hell ever is is that feeling of dread, it would be horrible enough. If hell is even worse than that dread, God save them all.................
My Response #2
In a message dated 4/21/2010 11:39:24 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, *****@*****.*** writes:
<< I was told in my spirit to hold strong and not let it get to me, not to let it win, so with the help of the Holy Spirit I did just that. >>
I suspect that the Lord allowed this to happen to you so that you would tell other believers about it, although some will not accept your account as true. But in the dark times that we are about to enter, they need to be aware of the various faces and aspects of satanic/demonic evil.
Not only should they be on the alert that things like that are going to escalate, they also need to be prepared to deal with them fearlessly and boldly, empowered by the Power of the Holy Spirit. Too many believers think that they are prepared for the terrors of the great tribulation to come, but they are not. Just like the majority of non-Christians, I'm afraid that most Christians are in the dangerous "normalcy bias" boat.
I forgot to tell you that when the man's eyes went black, we were sitting at a picnic table on a bright sunny day, we were in the sun. Please pray protection over my husband and myself for living so close to this evil.
My Response #3
In a message dated 4/21/2010 12:02:36 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, *****@*****.*** writes:
<< Please pray protection over my husband and myself for living so close to this evil. >>
I will do that.
I totally agree [with Response #2]. I have been anxiously awaiting for Jesus return since I was saved in 1969 at 11 years old. But in the fall of 2008, I stepped out on my front porch and I could feel "something in the air." It felt like a seal had been open. I could feel that we are beyond anxiously waiting, to WE ARE THERE! I started doing serious daily searching on end times, that's how I found your web site. I really believe it will be this year. I have never had a year "given" to me before.
My Response #4
In a message dated 4/21/2010 5:36:15 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, *****@*****.*** writes:
<< I could feel that we are beyond anxiously waiting, to WE ARE THERE! >>
Although it is possible that we are "there," I've been wrong about too many things in the past to be absolutely convinced about anything anymore. I am sure, though, that God is in control and that end-time events will take place on His schedule. I do find myself wishing that He would hurry up, though.
Just one more comment on the black eyes. The pictures you sent me of black contacts were shiny and you could tell they were fake. The black eyes I saw were dull black like charcoal, lifeless, dead, void and pure hate. After seeing the real thing, and seeing the contacts, now I would be able to tell the difference.
My Response #5
In a message dated 4/22/2010 5:22:55 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, *****@*****.*** writes:
<< when Christians who say they have given their hearts to Jesus also say they don't want Jesus to come back just yet because they have a lot of living left to do, will Jesus grant their wish and leave them behind to go through the tribulation? >>
I do not know, since it is not up to me to decide that. But I do think it is possible. Of course, since I do not believe in a "pre-tribulation" rapture event, I do believe that Christians always have been destined to go through at least half, and probably most, of the 70th Week.
<< Is that maybe what He was talking about with the parable of the 10 virgins? >>
I feel there is a good chance that Matthew 25:1-13 is referring to a partial Mid-tribulation Rapture of "wise virgins." If so, the "foolish virgins" will be left behind to go through the Great Tribulation and will be caught up later at the Pre-wrath Rapture. I have written an email response about it here: