This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
Worship leader Terry MacAlmon announced in May that he was stepping down from ministry after having had an extramarital affair. “I don’t have a timeline as to if or when I will return to ministry, but I know I cannot go forward with my soul in this condition,” MacAlmon wrote in a letter to ministry supporters. His wife, Greta, said she planned to file for legal separation, saying counseling and a restoration process had failed. “At this time Terry has chosen to leave his family, these [counseling] relationships, and the ministry,” she said, adding that she believes MacAlmon will one day be restored. We are wise to heed this warning. Unless the church shakes herself awake where seducing spirits are luring her away from a "first love" for the values of marital commitment and moral fidelity, a false definition of God's Person will supplant the pure glory of His real presence and give place to destructive delusion.
Don't Marriage Vows Matter Anymore?
Friday, 23 January 2009 05:30 PM EST by Jack Hayford Charisma Channels - Marriage
The recent rash of marital failures among high-profile Christian leaders is forcing a showdown in the church. It isn't a showdown between those who have failed and those who might criticize them--it's a confrontation needed to face down a mind-set that, if left unchanged, will bring an onslaught of hellish delusion. It's time we take a hard look at why so many marriages--especially of those in leadership--are being torn apart. We need to know how to respond and what the consequences could be if decisive action is not taken now. There simply is no way to describe the present situation in lesser terms: We are at a point of crisis. Failure has been evident across the entire spectrum, from renowned evangelical Bible preachers to charismatic evangelists, and from noted national youth leaders to ascending Christian TV superstars. Though the unprecedented increase in the number of broken marriages and moral failures occurring in general among church leaders is tragic enough, the crisis is amplified when high-visibility leaders go in and out of marriages.
Sheep follow shepherds, and multitudes mimic the more visible. Struggling couples reduce their own resolve to resist society's indifference toward divorce or immorality when the collapse of their spiritual heroes' marriages seems to justify, if not normalize, those same practices. Comfort, convenience and human counsel replace commitment, constancy and the place of the cross in the marriage. Confused and biblically unfocused thinking is at the center of this crisis and has amplified its impact. It begins with understandable sympathy appropriately shown for fallen or broken leaders. Certainly, a loving concern for such leaders is fitting. But unbalanced views of Bible-based disciplines have become prevalent in the church today. And so have intentionally neglectful attitudes that waive the application of biblical wisdom and truth, which is needed to rightly serve the moment and is essential to sustain the pure passion and dynamic vitality of the church. Several concerns rise out of this crisis. First is the widespread unawareness of the priority of clearly stated biblical qualifications for ministry leadership. Companion to this is the lost emphasis on the intrinsic relationship between a spiritual leader's marital commitment and moral fidelity as fundamentally required for their continued ministry. Second, many deny or refuse to apply biblical leadership standards when they have been violated. Whether the failure was due to marital stress or outright sin, feelings are allowed to rule rather than biblical principles, and true life-restoring ministry is preempted. Wise and righteous dealings in graciously removing a leader from ministry for healing, counsel or other supportive care are disdained as either impractical or "too hard to apply," and humanistic means are substituted for divine directives. Third, if sound, scriptural administration of the issues surrounding the church, its leaders and their marriages is not soon arrived at with solidarity, there is reason to prophesy widespread deception on other issues as well. The "itching ears" characteristic forecast for the last days represents the mind-set of some of those in church leadership today. It's a setup for delusion with disastrous consequences. Faith and Commitment a few years ago Charisma reported the response of one highly visible church leader who divorced his wife only to remarry within a week: "God didn't call me to marriage," he stated. "He called me to ministry." His remarks were convincing enough to justify his actions in the eyes of the majority of his followers. There are multiple ironies in such an unbiblical utterance given in such a compromised circumstance, but the bottom line rings out in tragic clarity--several thousand people bought it. Apparently they either thought the idea was a spiritual one, or they didn't care if it wasn't. In contrast with the glibness suggesting a nobility in "dedication to ministry over marriage" is the truth of God's Word, which casts the issue in a vastly different light. According to the Scriptures, if a leader is married, two things are foundational: (1) the
commitment he shows toward his marriage determines his right to lead as a servant of Christ in the church; and (2) the quality he reveals of his will to grow in his marriage determines the manner in which he will model as a representative of Christ to the church. There is no escaping the two-edged truth unveiled in the New Testament. Because heaven's Bridegroom has come to earth to win a bride for Himself, the principles of both commitment (faith) and constancy (growth) are "locked" in the imagery of the marriage covenant between a man and a woman. Further, no one is more accountable to learn and grow in the lifestyle of modeling this commitment than a leader given by Christ to serve His bride. No gifts of a brilliant leader, however remarkable, ought to be allowed to substitute for the will to increase in the graces required for two different humans to grow together. No fruit of statistical achievement is a worthy replacement for the required development of the fruit of the Spirit needed for a husband and wife to learn to live together for a lifetime. Ephesians 5:22-33 not only points to the demanding nature of commitment needed by a husband and wife to make a marriage work, but it concludes with these sweeping words: "I speak concerning Christ and [His] church" (v. 32, NKJV). Forty years of experience and observation of leaders has taught me one profound fact in this regard: A married leader will eventually, and inevitably, treat Jesus' bride the way he treats his own. Likewise, a parent will teach and lead the family of God the same way they lead their own children. The Ephesians 5 idea of true faith in Christ and His faithful commitment to His own is inextricably linked throughout God's Word to the figure of a faithful, growing marriage. Jesus communicated this idea in His parable of the returning bridegroom (see Matt. 25:1-13). His use of the figure fills the bridegroom-bride relationship with more than passion: The central issue is fidelity to a promise on the groom's part and constancy of devotion on the bride's. Time can dampen fervor, but true love transcends emotion and remains committed. The depiction of living faith as a marriage is found throughout the Bible, beginning with the type symbolized in Eve's creation from Adam's side, which foreshadowed Christ's begetting His bride through His wounded side. And it sustains until the finale, for we all anticipate our first stop beyond this world's history at a grand dinner called the marriage supper of the Lamb (see Rev. 19:9). The message: Tribulations rise and fall, but joy will come in the morning--hang tough! In Jeremiah 3:14, God's commitment to the backslider is, "'I am married to you'"--a statement that calls a leader to seek to sustain his or her marriage even though society argues, "If it's not fun anymore, trash it." It's a tender issue, and we certainly are never to condemn a divorced or fallen leader. But neither can we permit a casual treatment of their tragedy, for God's Word is never
to be lightly regarded on these points. How a believer lives unto Christ is measured in terms of marital fidelity, and how a leader leads in His name is to be judged by the same. Leadership Standards Though often cavalierly dismissed by the careless or uninformed, the Word gives requirements that serve as a grid for measuring a spiritual leader's readiness to lead. First Timothy 3:1-15 and Titus 1:5-16 list standards incumbent upon every leader who would serve in the church. This is true regardless of what office they fill, as listed in Ephesians 4:11. The positional terms in Timothy and Titus--"bishop" (episkopos, overseer); "deacon" (diakonos, minister); and "elder" (presbuteros, mature leader)--form a cluster of at least a dozen behavioral requirements that, at the very least, establish a minimal standard for spiritual leaders. They span everything from being nonargumentative, noncombative and humbly teachable to being a faithful spouse and a good parent. Equally important is the context--which calls for time to verify these qualities (see 1 Tim. 3:10) and slowness to confirm a person to leadership (see 1 Tim. 5:22). Further, if through a problem, a stress, a tragedy or a personal failure a leader pointedly violates or is unable to fulfill the biblical standard, he or she is to be relieved of ministry--at least for an extended season. If for no other reason than to grant a needed period for spiritual and emotional healing, this policy ought to be regarded today. Reinstatement may eventually come, since the hope of recovery is characteristic of God's redemptive ways, but not without an extended season of recovery. An even more thoughtful look at these leadership qualifications reveals that they have more to say about marriage responsibilities than is immediately obvious. Certain direct statements do declare absolute requirements, such as faithfulness in marital commitment (see 1 Tim. 3:2, 12; Titus 1:6) and orderly leadership in raising children (see 1 Tim. 3:4-5, 12; Titus 1:6). But indirectly, most of the list also applies to marriage. For example, being "hospitable" (see 1 Tim. 3:2; Titus 1:8) represents an attitude of prioritizing time with one's spouse and family as much as it does welcoming people into your home. Being "gentle" (see 1 Tim. 3:3) and "not quick-tempered" (see Titus 1:7) calls for a private loving, as Christ loved the church, toward one's husband or wife (see Eph. 5:25-29) just as much as for a public graciousness or self-control with members of the congregation. The fact is, spiritual leaders are expected to meet a higher standard than the world sets for its leading figures. If these requirements are not being met in at least an initial and growing way, the married leader's potential for placement is to be disallowed. Perfection or full maturity is not mandated, but neither is it enough that the leader be exempted from the standards simply because he or she is "so anointed" (so was
Balaam). Nor is it enough that a leadership position be given to a person simply because he or she "has so much insight into the Word" (so does the devil!). Our society lauds and pays its athletes, entertainers and persuasive leaders just as long as they "keep the show on the road"--but that's not the measure God calls the church to apply. Character, not merely charisma, is the mark of a spiritual leader. And when he or she is married, the test of that character is proved in the fabric of fidelity to vows and in the self-sacrificing will to serve marriage above ministry. To lower this expectation is extremely risky. Reversing an Evil Trend I am persuaded by a portent of danger in our midst of a frightening vulnerability to damning error if this bent toward neglecting the basic and practical standards God sets for leaders continues: If we continue to entertain confusion on these points, we will give place to a satanic darkness that will issue in a plague of spiritual death. This is no idle warning. The wolf is already at the door, and he's wearing sheep's clothing. Already there have been leaders duped by a demonic doctrine secretly being taught by a former so-called charismatic leader. This false teacher spread a destructive heresy that suggests "immorality is impossible within the kingdom of God." The concept is a bizarre twist on "kingdom teaching" that argues that after a person has entered God's kingdom they transcend earth's order and are thereby exempt from its laws--even God's. I will not dignify this corruption by explaining the convolutions and distortions of Scripture that underlie this error. This stands as contemporary evidence that there are those who literally teach immorality and dilute marital commitment, exactly as the Word warns regarding the last days (see 1 Tim. 4:1-2). This is precisely what Jesus so forcibly opposed in the churches at Pergamos and Thyatira (see Rev. 2:14, 20-25). We are wise to heed this warning. Unless the church shakes herself awake where seducing spirits are luring her away from a "first love" for the values of marital commitment and moral fidelity, a false definition of God's Person will supplant the pure glory of His real presence and give place to destructive delusion. So what can be done to reverse this horrific trend and bring God's order back to the church? First, heeding the Word--and with a renewed God-fearing alertness and Holy Spiritenabled recommitment to marriage standards among church leaders--we must resist the devil. Where the infiltration of worldly marriage standards for spiritual leadership has given place to the penetration of evil that is destroying the foundations of so many Christian homes, a turnaround can be effected.
Psalm 11:3 says, "If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?" But Isaiah 58:12 says the Lord will enable us to "raise up the foundations" again. A return to the Word will give place to the Spirit's purifying and restoration. Second, the issues of biblical requirements must be taught and administrated not only with evenhanded patience and grace but also with faithfulness to the truth. This is not a call to legalism but a call from a growing sloppiness called "grace in the name of love," but without love's commitments or grace's power. Neither love nor grace should ever be a label used to bandage over our neglect or self-indulgence. Third, let us pray for fallen leaders earnestly, while pursuing practical means to help strengthen and secure them in their marriages. I believe the following possibilities would make a tremendous difference in reversing the current trend and bringing healing and restoration: For example, all training for ministry leadership should commit to shaping ministry candidates for their marriage as well as for their ministry. In God's eyes my fidelity to my wife is as important as my integrity in handling His Word or my purity in relating its truth. All Bible schools, training centers and seminaries must become responsive to this call. Next, all Christian media should accept the responsibility to monitor, minister, admonish and administrate with reference to God's standards for a leader's marriage and morality. Most networks, publishers and broadcast stations do this, but some do not. By God's grace a uniform standard must be raised, showing it is not enough that a leader merely be "successful" or that they "sell," but that they be "found faithful" (see 1 Cor. 4:2). Finally, all congregations, denominations and other fellowships of churches should aggressively provide and fund nurturing resources for pastoral couples. It is not enough to provide "burn clinics" for those who have been wounded or fallen--there is a cry today to advance means of preventive care. With such priorities pursued anew, a true visitation of miracle power can be expected. Jesus likes weddings. We know that because He chose one for His first miracle. It just may be that our giving His kind of attention to our marriages--especially to His expectations for those of us who lead--may give place to His last miracle visit! *
Jack Hayford is founding pastor of The Church on the Way and chancellor of The King's College and Seminary in Van Nuys, California. He has been married to Anna since 1954.
Marriage Breaking Spirits
MIRACLE OUTREACH CHURCH Paschal Vivendi, Ph.D. Overseer Pat Holliday, Ph.D. Pastor/Evangelist Dennis Williams, Associate Pastor Isy Williams, Youth Pastor
1537 MILL CREEK ROAD (Arlington area, Next to tennis court) Jacksonville, Florida 32211 ( 904) 733 4134
called mythical spirits characteristics to cause over powdering tendencies to rage, lust, impurity, impetuousness, and psychic activities.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary states that in rabbinic
literature he is called the "king of the demons", and is sometimes equated with Abaddon, Apollyon and Beelzebub. He is known as the "angel of the bottomless pit". And in the last days this spirit will take on the form of locusts and will torture those human beings who do not bear the "SEAL OF GOD" Asmodeus has many characteristics Researchers have pointed out that Asmodeus has many characteristics -- some that even sound beneficial. On the one hand he is jealous, filled with rage, lustful and given to extreme excesses. On the other, he loves to have a good time, is sympathetic and is very religious. Early church history points him out as the one that desired to possess young women in Christian service, to make them lustful and to destroy them and their work. . . Connected to Jezebel. It has been said that this spirit drove Solomon to all of his excesses. In his last years he missed the mark, allowing himself to open up to wrong spirits. That example alone should prove that none of us are above falling or missing it, even after years of Christian service or ministry. The Scripture tells us that the "devil goes about like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour." It is necessary for us to be on guard at all times against the devil's tactics. Mythical Writings In mythical writings Asmodeus is the one who killed the husbands of a young woman named Sara. The first time she was to be married her husband died on their wedding night. Seven times in all she got married and in each case her husband died on their wedding night. The reason was that Asmodeus wanted this woman all to himself. Asmodeus Lustful Spirit • Also a lustful spirit he will motivate a marriage partner to be unfaithful, thus bringing in an adulterous spirit. Many marriages have been destroyed because of adultery, extreme jealousy, rage and physical abuse. Remember that men as well as women can be affected by Asmodeus.
Sunday ~Worship11:30 A.M. Tuesday~ Prayer and deliverance 700 P.M.; Friday~ Miracle Service 7:30 P.M. Visit our web page: Marriage and Sex Charts http://www.patholliday.com/ebooks.php E-mail: email@example.com “And they went forth and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them and confirming the word with signs following. Amen,” Mark 16:20 KJV. Asmodeus and Osmodeus Divorce • Marriage breaking demons (Divorce) and cause rejection of sexual genders causing lesbian and homosexuality to occur. Asmodeus and Osmodeus • Also mythical spirits with characteristic such as – overpowering tendencies to rage, lust, impetuousness, impurity and psychic activities. Asmodeus and Osmodeus Ruling Spirit • Also a warring against all marriages and is also keeping many from getting married. He rules in sexual matters. He is sometimes referred to as "the genius of matrimonial discord and jealousy." Because he has remained a relatively unknown spirit, he has masqueraded in many forms, deceiving scores of people and taking them captive. He says, "If you will serve me, you will never want for anything. I will take care of all your needs and you will never need a husband." It sounded very good, almost like the Lord speaking, but it was a wrong (demonic) spirit. Once you open to receive this so
Asmodeus Lying Spirit • A lie that Asmodeus tells single people is that they should stay single. The Scripture DOES tell us (Matt. 19:12) that there are those who are definitely called to be single, but it is the exception rather than the rule. Many young people have labored intensely over the issue of whether or not they should get married. I believe it is safe to assume that unless God definitely shows them otherwise (and He will if it is His will) it is His plan for them to be married, provided it is to the right individual. Asmodeus religious spirit • Asmodeus is the same demon that tells people they should get a divorce so they can better serve the Lord. In fact, somebody actually prophesied that to a minister. The word sounded "good" to the man because his wife was not a Christian. Within days, however, she got saved and he realized that a deceiving spirit had been speaking to him. Spirits Connected to Asmodeus & Osmodeus ~ Apollyon and Abaddon • "Over them as king they have the angel of the Abyss (of the bottomless pit). In Hebrew his name is Abaddon [destruction], but in Greek he is called Apollyon [destroyer]," (Rev. 9:11). Abaddon Job 31:12 "For [uncontrolled passion] is a fire which consumes to Abaddon (to destruction, ruin, and the place of final torment): [that fire once lighted would rage until all is consumed] and would burn to the root all my [life's] increase." And in (Prov. 27:20,) sheol (the place of the dead) and Abaddon (the place of destruction) are never satisfied; so [the lust of] the eyes of man is never satisfied." In (Prov. 30:16,) "Sheol (the place of the dead), the
gathers to himself all nations and collects all people as if he owned them." "And the scribes who came down from Jerusalem said, He is possessed by Beelzebub, and by [the help of] the prince of demons He is casting out demons."
Beelzebub Mark (3:22)
The ploy of Satan has been to destroy every Christian. Satan is being exposed and his ruler demons finally being named so that victory for God's people can be realized! No matter how much you pray you cannot be set free (unless comes as a Miracle). You must cast OUT Asmodeus, and the connecting demons according to (Mk. 16:17). JESUS came to destroy the works of the devil and DELIVERANCE (casting OUT demons) is the only way to be set free from these marriage breaking spirits. Marriage Breaking Spirits "I am a DELIVERANCE worker, and minister whenever I am contacted, but had been working full time till this year. I recently retired, so I am more available now. One of my most remarkable experiences in DELIVERANCE was the case of a 32 yr. Old petite, fragile woman, who had been married 6 times and was on the verge of divorcing her present husband. She couldn't understand it, she loved them all, but bad things happened to them. One committed suicide, one was accidentally killed, one was an alcoholic, etc. After much counseling, I discovered she was first engaged to a sailor, planned to marry but he was called overseas, and later she broke the engagement. However his mother, who had picked her for a new daughter-in-law, was so upset and angry that she placed a CURSE on this girl. "If you don't marry my son, you will never find another man to marry. You will never stay married to anybody else. I will see to that". I broke that curse spoken by the mother, and as I did, this little fragile woman bolted up, threw herself to the floor, and started screaming obscene things, and wanted the demons to continue controlling her life. I called out all spirits behind the curse, broke soul ties between she and each mate, commanded all separation spirits to come out (demons began writhing), then ministered healing of emotions. At this
barren womb, the earth that is not satisfied with water, and the fire that says not, It is enough."
Also in (Hab. 2:5,) "Moreover, wine and wealth
are treacherous; the proud man [the Chaldean invader] is restless and cannot stay at home. His appetite is large like that of Sheol and [his greed] is like death and cannot be satisfied; he
point, she had become so weak she could hardly sit up, but as the healing took place, she became more alert, and could not believe what had happened. Praise God. Several months later, she and her husband were reconciled. A word of caution!!! Whenever, someone speaks words over you that sounds like a curse, break the curse as soon as possible. Also, when ministering DELIVERANCE, always check for curses in a person's past." Has anyone ever cursed your marriage? Break it in Jesus Name! List of Marriage Breaking Spirits First bind the satanic powers and break soul ties between the spirit and the people. Confusion, Vertigo, Greed, Never satisfied, Restlessness, Barren womb, Pride, Destruction, Overpowering tendencies, Locusts, Uncontrolled passion, Lust, Fire which consumes, Destroyer, Burn with passion, Rejection, Adultery, King of evil spirits, Treacherousness, Prince of Demons, Impetuousness, Beelzebub, Impurity, Lord of flies, Psychic activities, Satan, Jealousy, Chief of demons, Religious, Baal the prince, Extreme excesses, Lord of heaven, Spiritual death, Prince of scorpions, Lust of the eyes, Torture, Rage, Abaddon, Matrimonial discord, Asmodeus, Osmodeus, Apollyon. The above is a list of Asmodeus demons to begin with. As the Lord shows you other demons associated with you cast them out in JESUS' LIST OF DEMONS TO CAST OUT Leviathan, King of the Children of Pride: pride, mourning, spiritual darkness, arrogance, spiritual pride, using logic rather than being led by God, ego, little pride, rationalization, carnal justification to know the things of God, blocks mind, hinders spiritual growth, distracts, disturbs concentration in Bible study and prayer; weariness and sleepiness in worship services; brooding, melancholy, depression, gloominess, mental dejection, irascibility. Rahab: dragon, pride. Orion: compromise of the Word of God, counterfeit gifts, false peace, piety. Prince Charming: intellectual
and philosophical spirits, religious spirits, false gifts, veneer of spirituality. Absalom: pride, vanity, rebellion, deception, seduction, treachery: mind idolatry, vanity, perfection, competition, schizophrenia, self righteousness, haughtiness, importance, arrogance, self deception, ego. Mind Idolatry: pride, intellectualism, rationalization, ego. Vanity: Belphegar, Belfagar, Apollyon, Scorpion, fears, Absalom, pride, Orion, perfection, schizophrenia. Perfectionism: pride, vanity, frustration, irritability, intolerance, anger, criticism, schizophrenia. Competition: pride, driving, argument, ego, compromise, indecision, blocked spiritual growth, Orion. Schizophrenia: pride, doubt, unbelief, etc. Ego: mind idolatry, pride, perfection, competition, schizophrenia. Here are the eight basic demonic forces. Break this curse .
"But some of them said, He casts out demons by Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons." (Lk. 11:15.) "He beholds every high thing; He is king over all the children of Pride." (Job 41:34.)
Revelation 18 talks about the world and looking to the world for the answers - Queen of Babylon. Moloch is a high-ranking spirit over abortion, ceremonial sacrifice and devil worship. Bashan is a high-ranking spirit that oppresses the poor and crushes the needy in finances, prosperity, drugs, alcoholism, homosexuality, abuse and physical emotions. Break this curse. Jezebel is a high-ranking spirit. She is female dominance even over the male, over the spirit of emancipation and over business, witchcraft and sorcery. Break this curse. Ahab spirit brings destruction of family and priesthood, laziness, sluggishness in males who allow females to rule and reign. Break this curse. Chaldeans were noted for astrology and were magicians as well as sorcerers. 1 Spirit of Fear
"For God did not give us a spirit of timidity (of
cowardice, of craven and cringing and fawning fear), but [He has given us a spirit] of power and
of love and of calm and well-balanced mind and discipline and self-control." (II Tim. 1:7.)
We do not want to be driven by this fawning, craven, cringing fear. We want to have these demons driven out of us in Jesus' Name. The Bible talks about the right kind of fear that we should have. It is a reverent fear of our Lord.
In addition, Jesus gives Christians power to use His name in (Matt. 28:28.) Fear, Alarm, Uncourageous, Unholy dread, Dismay, Funk, Scariness, Fright, Fear and trembling, Nervousness, Apprehend, Shock,
"Who is like You, O Lord, among the gods? Who is like You, glorious in holiness, awesome in splendor, doing wonders?" (Exo. 15:11.)
Demons can transfer to us from other people. Therefore, we must be careful who we stand around and what we listen to. Deuteronomy 20:8 talks about this, "And the officers shall speak further
“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given unto me, Therefore go . . .”
He gave us the legal right of absolute authority.
to the people, and say, What man is fearful and fainthearted? Let him return to his house, lest [because of him] his brethren's [minds and] hearts faint as does his own."
“Far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every title that can be given, not only in the present age but also in the one to come,” (Eph. 1:21).
Jesus told us that we could enter his house. Matthew 12:29. The King James Bibles reads, “bind
Again in Deuteronomy 28:58 we see the reverent fear we should have of our Lord. "If you will not be
watchful to do all the words of this law that are written in this book, that you may [reverently] fear this glorious and fearful name [and presence] - THE LORD YOUR GOD -"
DEMONS: Fawning fear, Craven fear, Cringing fear, Frighten, Made fearful, Dread, Faint hearted, Trembling, Fearful of heart, Hasty heart, Unbelief, No faith, Timidity, Faithlessness, Be afraid, Frightening thing, Terrific portent, Fearful sight, Terror, Terrible, Exceeding fear, Formidable fear, Weakling, Lose courage, Heartless, Phobias, Panic fear, Doubt, Fear stricken, Trauma, Fear that causes heart attacks, Fear that paralyzes, Fear that causes fainting, Cause to make fearful, Spirit of the Coward, Spirit of Slavery to fear.
Once Satan’s power is bound, Jesus enters freely enters into his house and carries off Satan’s possessions. EVILS WILL FLEE FROM YOU. We have seen many Christians who are bound by demonic powers. Jesus gave His Church the authority with this promise,
“Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on shall be loosed in heaven,” (Matt. 16:19,) also repeated by
Jesus in (Matt. 18:18.) Jesus has already won the battle!
An having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it.”
The war is already won in Christ who is not only our Lord but Lord of all.
PASTOR PAT HOLLIDAY, PH.D. Miracle Outreach Ministries, Inc.
“He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation . . . And these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will drive out demons . . .” (Mk.
16:15-17.) Knowing one’s spiritual authority and how to use their binding power, enables one to enter into spiritual warfare with faith to overcome. Believers in Jesus Christ have every advantage to defeat demons.
1537 Mill Creek Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32211 (904) 727 7696
The church is located in Arlington at Lone Star Road and Mill Creek Road next the tennis court.
“I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you,” (Lk... 10:19.)
Jesus loves you and we do too!
Pat Holliday, Ph.D.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.