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The Jezebel Spirit and Mental Health

The Jezebel Spirit and Mental Health

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A well used keyword on the Internet is anything in reference to Jezebel. In the 6th chapter of "Faces of the Religious Demon," the author describes Jezebel from the standpoint of a mental health disorder known as narcissistic personality.
A well used keyword on the Internet is anything in reference to Jezebel. In the 6th chapter of "Faces of the Religious Demon," the author describes Jezebel from the standpoint of a mental health disorder known as narcissistic personality.

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MENTAL DISORDER AND JEZEBELChapter 6, pg. 132 Excerpt from "Faces of the Religious Demon"To obtain the softcover or the ebook, go to www.lulu.com/content/357089Located in a pdf file on the Internet is an article that I first referencedin Chapter 5 that defines the spirit of Jezebel as the mental health disorderknown as narcissism, authored by a Catholic nun, Sister Nadine.It seems irreconcilable in this instance that the religious demon would workagainst itself by revealing truth through someone who is herself deceived by theJezebel spirit within the Catholic church's adoration and deification of Mary, themother of Jesus.1 PSo proceeding with caution in referencing this article, I have found very oftenthat a religious demon will release a particular truth through a prophet ormessenger because Satan is seeking to draw his prey into a deeper trap. Yet inthis case, so as not to throw the baby out with the bathwater, I find that SisterNadine's comparison of the Jezebelian personality to the secular diagnosis ofnarcissistic personality disorder is both accurate and informative."The 'Jezebel spirit' is named after King Ahab's wife in ancient Israel,Jezebel---the first woman in the bible, with much written about her, that clearlydisplayed the symptoms of a ' malignant Narcissist.' This spirit is born out ofwitchcraft and rebellion and is one of the most common spirits in operation today.It is a powerful enemy of the 'body of Christ'---the church, just as it's namesakewas. It operates freely on even sincere believers whose hearts are for Godindividually and has also attained positions of power within the churches. In thesecular world, these people are often thought to suffer from 'narcissisticpersonality disorder', 'Paranoia' and are often labeled as 'Psychopaths' or just'plain evil.' Yet, the most accurate and complete description of thecharacteristics of these people is to be found with and against 'evil'---notpsychiatry, which has just recently started trying to come to terms with the term'evil'. Religion is where 'evil' has most often been described and discussed, andits books mention it often as the end-result of un-repented sins. 1Sister Nadine describes the mission and purpose of this personality disorder asfivefold:to masquerade as a protectorIn order to gain access to it's captive, the spirit of Jezebel will enter throughnegative emotional doorways that have already been opened by other demons,including fear, rejection, jealousy and anger. As a protector, the spirit ofJezebel promises its captive ultimate elevation through recognition and dominationof the lives of those around him or her---befriended targets that will eventuallybe spiritually back stabbed. Though not adverse to sexual seduction, spiritualseduction is Jezebel's religious goal. Religious demons will seek those withJezebelian traits among those who are ambitious to make a name for themselves inChrist---particularly leadership--- that the captive is spiritually mature,trustworthy, loyal and reliable---persons who by virtue of their works areprematurely granted privileges and opportunities to minister and to hold positionsof authority. In most cases, persons with the Jezebelian personality can be foundat the right hand of those in spiritual authority.To kill the prophets.
 
As was the case in the life of Ahab's wife, demons will seek those who by naturehave a jealous, envious spirit, hostile to all spiritual authority. Like a sharkor a snake, these captives can be most cleverly vicious and dangerous,particularly to those who are called to the fivefold ministry. For example, thesecaptives will circle the lives of others within a congregation, looking forteachable, fleeceable, controllable disciples of his or her own. For thesecaptives like to birth spiritual babes unto itself, disciples that will eat falsedoctrine from their own tables. Toward this end, some of these captives will seekout others who are in rebellion, yet who are weak, wounded, or those who are inconflict with their pastoral leadership.3. To emasculate all men.Although biblical, Jezebel is a woman, and not a demon. However, demons themselvesmake take on either a masculine or a feminine name and "persona," but demonsthemselves are neither male nor female because they are not human--of a differentcreation. Therefore, the Jezebel nature can be found in both sexes. These captivestend to be strength snatchers, extremely jealous when others receive recognitionand acceptance. Whether male or female, these captives may appear to be mildmannered and somewhat passive, serving at the feet of some prominent male figure,whom the spirit of the anti-Christ will use these captives to destroy.4. To curse others.A master of criticism, murmuring and complaining, captives will believe that theirstand is righteous. With callous disregard for the well-being and independence ofothers, these captives have been convinced by eductive demons that others whodisagree with the captive deserve to be cursed. The Jezebel personality type willsend demons of fear and discouragement against any perceived enemies. It will puta spiritual contract out against anyone who goes to war with it, not taking defeat'lying down---very often using prayer to attempt to bring about curses.5. To appear to desire to destroy evil.Through projection, these captives are generally bent on destroying evil inothers, completely blind to the evil within their own souls. When life threatenstheir blameless self image of perfection, various demons use these captives to beactively engaged in hating and destroying those who resist them, usually in thename of righteousness. Generally people of deep convictions, these captives mayhave a zeal for God and a desire to serve Him, and they will be convinced thatthey are serving the one true God. Even so, their true hidden agenda is self-worship.Yet another facet of the hidden motives behind the Jezebelian form of religiosityis to seek self exaltation as well as to blind the eyes of the last generation toprepare for the return of the Lord in His Second coming. Rick Joyner addsadditional light to the motives of this demon, particularly as it relates toSister Nadine's viewpoint concerning "killing the prophets":"Jezebel demands recognition for herself while serving as the enemy of the trueprophetic ministry. Jezebel was the greatest enemy of one of the Old Covenant'smost powerful prophets, Elijah, whose ministry especially represents preparing ofthe way for the Lord. The Jezebel spirit is one of the most potent forms of thereligious spirit which seeks to keep the church and the world from being preparedfor the return of the Lord. This spirit especially attacks the prophetic ministrybecause that ministry has an important place in preparing the way of the Lord.That is why John the Baptist was persecuted by a personification of Jezebel in the

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