Spiritual Warfare Pt3
The sexual bond has harmful consequences on the people’s lives such as different sickness (HIV/Aids), illnesses related to genital organs or tubes) illegitimate children, abortions, rapes, mental and psychological troubles and psychological troubles, murders, a life of rejection or deception, barrenness sexual dissatisfaction or impotence
Antidote (The cure): The deliverance from the vice
One day during a counseling session, one young man leader of praise and worship, in his church, came to see a pastor for the obsession
of the sexual immorality. Both decided to fast for 3 days for the deliverance of the young man. After prayer, the pastor received the revelation of the number 48. The pastor asked the young man if he had an idea about this number, he said no.
After sounding the spirit, the pastor received the word of Knowledge and he asked the young man to enumerate all girls or women he slept with, the young men counted up to 48.
The pastor asked him to dismiss each woman one by one from his heart. After a year, the brother came back with a wonderful testimony saying that he has been delivered in such a way that a person of the opposite sex seems to be like a brother to him.
• Verify ( examine) if the vice does not come from family/ hereditary
• Enumerate the list of people who slept with you and dismiss each one of them from your heart
• Renounce the sin of sexual immorality and old friends
• In case of Succubus and incubus: seek help from an anointed servant of God to dismiss the demon, after breaking the covenent ( pact)
• Prayer with fasting in the case of masturbation
• Daily conscience purification: Ask the Holy Spirit to purify your conscience every day.
• Cover yourself by the blood of Jesus, every day.
• Stay and walk in the spirit of prayers
• Avoid promiscuity and sexy objects.
2.2 Hereditary bond ( Deuteronomy 26:5; Ezekiel 16:3-5 ; 44-47)
A. Bond of Origin
Someone’s origin can influence his life. Demon’s can have right to a person’s life because of his origin.
Examples of families:
Royal family: People insured from royal families inherit many evil spirits. The following elements have been identified in the lives of people from royal families: perpetual failures, premature death, alcoholism and forced celibacy due to the pacts with demons. There are also frequent cases of succubus in incubus. For those who escape from a forced celibacy, we notice many cases of divorce or widowhood.
Sickly family: The family that he has a sickness easily transfers it to its descendants from generation to generations.
Family involved in secret societies: Such as the free-Macon, the “rose-croix’”, etc … they a carry a curse over the family
Alcoholic family: children insured from such a family inherit easily the vice.
Raped family: It is frequent to rape a child issued from a parent that was rape or abuse.
Witch family: the witchcraft is inherited from generation to generation.
Polygamous family: The polygamy is often remarked in the lives of people issued from polygamous families.
Bastard family: A bastard leaves another bastard behind him.
Miserable family: This family leaves an heritage of poverty and miseries to the descendants
B. The bond of iniquity and sin : (Numbers 14:18; Exodus 20:5, 34:7; Deuteronomy 5:9; Lamentations 5:7-16)
Sins from parents affect their children and these carry the weight of their parent’s crimes. The children can be punished because of their parents up to the fourth generation.
Remember Daniel and Nehemiah’s confession (Daniel, Nehemiah)
C. Bond of rejection ( Psalms 27:10; Isaiah 49:14)
1. Rejection can start from the womb
Many people are affected by the rejection during the first weeks in their mother’s womb and this due to negative confessions towards the new comers in the womb.
Example: Dispute between man and woman because of an unexpected pregnancy, bad confession towards the new baby during the conception period, or continual misunderstanding and disputes between man and women during the pregnancy, infidelity between spouses during pregnancy, the pregnancy of an alcoholic woman, a baby conceived through rape etc.
2. Rejection can occur during childbirth
The childbirth’ pain can cause the rejection for the newborn, by insulting him or by not taking care of him (baby clothes, joy for childbirth….
A child born via caesarean section can also feel rejection.
3. Rejection can occur after childbirth:
After childbirth, we assist at different comments, either negative or positive. Negative comments can provoke the rejection of the new born. These negative comments may be of the kind: why is he not a male or female? He is very short, he is ugly, he looks like father or mother, oh how ugly he is !....
4. Rejection can occur during the growing stage:
At this growing stage, a child is faced with situations that breed rejection.
• A child put in the incubator (born before time)
• A dying child whose the state influences negative words from his parents
• A child who has grown up at his family members’ home
• A child born with some malformation
• A child who is not valued, penalized or constantly criticized by his parents
• A child who has seen his father, mother or a direct family member naked
• A child who sees sexual aggressiveness of his parents (mother or father)
• A child who sees drunkenness of his parents
• A child who suffered favoritism (Genesis 37: 3-4)
5. Rejection can occur at the adult age:
Some conditions influence rejection during the adult age. The following examples will help you understand rejection at the adult age:
A long period of sickness
A life of forced celibacy
A life of extreme poverty
The fact of being colored
Being rejected by own parents
Irresponsible parents, alcoholics, albinos or with deformation sometimes are rejected by their own children
6. Rejection can result from a rejection:
The person who suffered from rejection tends also to reject others.
• The parent who suffered rejection rejects easily his children
• The morganatic families, they are often rejected by their royal families. Their offspring will also be rejected.
TO BE CONTINUED...2.3 Bond from curse | Definition 3:............