1731. Demon god Amon was over Thebes in Egypt
"The Lord All-Powerful, the God of Israel, says: 'Very soon I will punish Amon, the god of the city of Thebes. And I will punish Egypt, her kings, her gods, and the people who depend on the king.'" Jeremiah 46:25 NCV
Amon was the chief god of Thebes, also known as Amon Ra. His temple, Karnak, could be the largest religious structure ever built. He was represtnted by a ram or a man with a ram's
head. The Egyptians believed he took the form of a human king to procreate. His
name means, "hidden," and was usually painted blue, the symbol of invisibility.
His wife was Mut. They had a son together, Khonsu, god of the moon.
Lord, remind me that demonic eneities are all
around, trying to lead me far away from You.
Deliver me from evil. In Jesus Name, Amen.