Let's do it in English. Perhaps in "global" language we could achieve a certain degree of reasonableness. First, re-examine: I was born into a Pentecostal family in a small town in the middle of nowhere. Since childhood, I've seen demons driven out of humans.
The devil appeared to be able to steal the lives of these people.E.g. healthy, prosperous and peaceful homes and communities. Considering the doctrine as right, we could ask ourselves: is our "battle" against the Devil? Or is the battle is the Devil's work itself?
What we mean is that we have lost many aspects of the great living Christ supposed to deliver for us in life, while we are discussing politics.Here in Brazil, the greater evidence of my argument is that people have become so afraid of evil that beg their human leaders for salvation.
No matter who is preaching, we don't even should put most pastors in this account, because they are nothing but a selfish performance, if the cross is not proclaimed, then we are facing a false prophet. But it makes us easier to tease.