I know the message the speaker is putting across, but the way he goes about it and some of the things he says, makes me cringe with embarrassment. It lays to door open for skeptics to criticize and I have to agree with them that it sounds like rubbish being spoken.
The subject of satan and the devil cannot be answered in five-minutes. I have given my thoughts many times on this subject on this forum in various posts and threads. For brevity, I will list my conclusions.
Rev 12:9 is the verse that links Satan, The Devil, The Serpent as one of the same. What is common to all three? The answer is; the mind.
The Satan is something that opposes
The Devil is to do with evil, in the form of actions (words or deeds)
The Serpent is the liar
Demons are bad as opposed to good forces. These forces are invisible forces we can label as 'spirits'. They are perceived as bad in some way. For example; mental or physical sickness is regarded as a demon which is possesses the body. In our 20th Century, these sicknesses are recognized for what they are and are not some mythical spiritual creature possessing the body.
The speaker talks in a style that is charismatic to his audience and they obviously agree with him, but that sort of language does not draw me to him.
There are lots of things the speaker says, which I would ask; "what do you mean by that?".
I shall finish this reply (for now) with one question . The speaker invites his audience at the end of his talk to come up to the altar and lay down their lying spirits on the altar.
Q. What are the lying spirits and how do you physically lay them upon the altar to get rid of them?