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3 Myths About Spiritual Strongholds that Stop You from Experiencing Unspeakable Joy…by Minister Marlene

10 Nov
By Minister Marlene….Spiritual Strongholds cause continual emotional, spiritual and personality problems. If you have a spiritual stronghold you’ll never experience the unspeakable joy of your salvation. The organized church has created a boatload of myths regarding spiritual strongholds. If you believe any of the myths you’ll never be happy or free in Christ. Let’s take a look at three of these myths and expose and debunk them right now……..  MYTH #1: Spiritual Strongholds don’t exist because the devil was defeated at the cross…….. FACT: Yes, the devil was defeated at the cross, but as far as demons and fallen angels are concerned, the war is still going on, and it is indeed. That is why Apostle Paul instructs us to put on the full armor of God that we can stand and fight  the devil. The devil fights Christians and those coming into the faith. If your seeking true freedom in Christ, be convinced that the devil is real. Only then can you learn to stand against his tricks and wiles…….. MYTH#2: When Christians read and study the Bible and pray everyday. God will protect their minds. FACT: Spiritual strongholds are areas of darkness within us that we struggle with but can’t get free from. No amount of Bible reading or pray ever healed me from depression, I needed deliverance. Bible reading does not change bad habits, emotions and personality problems. In the case of a mild depression, anxiety, and stress, these symptoms can become spiritual strongholds that usher in demonic affliction. When mild depression turns ugly and you need medications you are being afflicted by spiritual strongholds…….. MYTH#3 I love everyone and have forgiven all who have wronged me, therefore I can’t be tormented by the devil or become captive to spiritual strongholds…….. FACT: Spiritual strongholds can run deep. If you have forgiven everyone and love everyone, yet still have no joy or freedom in Christ, something is wrong. If you have forgiven everyone and love everyone, but your life is a continual oppressive drama, full of calamity,something is wrong. Pam Sheppardhas written 6 books that reveal exactly how the devil operates to destroy God’s people. She has over 38 years of combined experience  as a pastor of a church, a licensed therapist and expert deliverance counselor. I just cleared three myths about spiritual strongholds, but Pam has the extensive knowledge, expertise and wisdom you’ll need, to be finally free in Christ. As Pam’s student, and as one who spent years being  tormented by the devil with depression and finally free— I really want you to get more info on all of this. The organized church is not teaching you what you need to know. But Pam Sheppard is teaching on the intricate wiles of the devil in great detail. You need to know and understand spiritual strongholds. You need to know and understand the times we are living in, and details about the delusions that God himself has sent into the church. The Lord knew you would begin to search. That’s why 38 years ago, Pam Sheppard  was  born and went through what she went through. Please stay tuned into  this blog. You’ll learn more as we go along about Pam and the final endtime teachings.  What does THE endtime Sheppard have to teach you about spiritual strongholds? I’ll tell you this: religious demons have entered the organized church. You’ll get the full details by ordering right HERE:                                                                                                                              

A Former Pastor Warns: Leave the Church Part 3

10 Nov

LEAVE THE CHURCH AND COME OUT FROM AMONG THEM

I started out for 33 years of life an atheist. In 33 years, I attended church just ONE day in my life.   Once I had a ‘Damascus Road” type of experience with the Lord, I was sold out for Him.  And it was two years—1979–before I attended any church.  I went because I had 3 consecutive dreams of a local pastor, and all 3 dreams urged me to find this man, the late Rev. Lester.  (not his real name.) Not once in more than 25 years did I ever consider that it was NOT God who sent me those dreams.  I didn’t find out until AFTER I had finished my 4th book, “the Fake Jesus:Fallen Angels Among Us.”  How did I find out?  The Lord spoke to me and  quietly  said, “I did not send you those 3 dreams that sent you to that church.”  Simple.

Why did He wait so long to tell me this?  Well, I never asked Him.  I kinda “knew” without asking.  I needed to know the depth of perversion and depravity the organized church system actually is “from inside.”  You might say, “I was a spy.” I was never really a part of the system because the demons in it recognized that I was a spy before I actually knew it myself.  The Lord allowed a messenger of Satan to give me 3 dreams and several confirming signs that I was supposed to be there.  I was a church person for 25 years, in ministry about two years after I  first arrived.  I was in a denomination where several churches in a region are “connected.”  So I got to know about 100 ministers, about 10 percent of them as close regional associates.

Well, I knew it was depraved from the beginning.  My first pastor was a closet homosexual who also practiced a Caribbean form of witchcraft called “obeah.” He was one of the first to die of AIDS in the early 80’s.  Most of the ministerial elders that I had to submit my ministry to were depraved.  Thieves, drug abusers, fornicators, homosexuals, child abusers, you name it, undercover and sometimes openly, they did it.

I stayed as long as I did because the religious demon assigned to me played  a convincing game to prove that  God had me in the system to cause the system to repent.  So I was on my knees, sobbing, wailing and travailing for 25 years.  When things only got worst, commonsense should have told me, “Hey Pam, Don’t you “get it?” God is not answering your prayers in this matter. Why can’t you ‘figure it out?’ If God has not answered your prayers for repentance for 25 years, perhaps it is because “the time of repentance is over.  It just ain’t goin to happen, Gurl!!! Get up off your knees!”

I was pretty comfortable in the denomination in 2003.  I had started my own church and I kept my self separated from the religious politics, and the Bishop did not particularly care WHAT I was doing.  He treated me like I didn’t exist, and that worked well for me.  Then one day, the Lord spoke to me in a dream.  He showed me that “it was time to go.” He said “but let them PUT you out.”  Since I was not in any kind of trouble with the upper echelon, it seemed implausible that they would put me out.  Well 9 months from the dream, my name was removed from the denominations rolls.

Once out, I devoted myself to my online ministry which had begun in 2002 and to the church that I had founded in 1996. From 2004-2007, I waited for the Lord to send me to a different denomination, with my eyes on Full Gospel, non denominational groups.  It didn’t happen.  Then in 2007,  the Holy Ghost spoke again.  He compared the organized church to an inner city condemned building.  In short, He said “I’ve judged it already and I am no longer there.”

I said to myself “this COULD be the devil. It was too incredulous for me to believe that the Holy Ghost was not in the church.  I was in a state of shock.   So I tried the spirits through the study of church history for one year.  After that year, I knew I had heard from the Holy Ghost.  He is NOT there.

Since God is not there, no point in ME being there either!

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The details of my  story are in the book, “Come Out of Her, God’s People.”  It is an eye opener that should be a part of your library. It is an “ah ha” kind of book.  It explains a lot about the organized church, its ministers and its members as well as “it plagues.” Also if you want to discuss this, your comments are welcome.  If you already know I speak the truth, you are invited to enter into deliverance mentoring where you will be assigned a trained minister to be in touch with 24/7. Someone who will be much better for you than even an AA or an NA sponsor because this minister is trained in deliverance and in counseling. To receive a mentor, call 518-477-5759.

A Former Pastor Warns: Leave the Church Part 2

10 Nov

When I left the church in 2004, I did not know that it was a permanent move.  I expected that the Lord would lead me to another church affiliation.  I had my eye on Rev. Paul Morton’s organization, the full gospel Baptist.  It seemed a great choice for me because I had been  ordained and served in a denominational church  very compatible with  the Baptists, yet I was also a Pentecostal in orientation, belief and practice.

So when 3 years passed and I did not have a leading to join another church, I wondered why. It didn’t take long for me to be answered once I sought the Lord in prayer.  In less than a week, a kind of telepathic communication took place to let me know that I was not to join any organized church.

I was spoken to in a kind of parable.  I was asked, “Pam, would you put curtains up at the windows of a condemned building.” I thought of all of the condemned buildings I had seen growing up in the inner city.  I answered in my mind. “No, I would not.”

Then came a kind of speech that went something like this.

“A homeless person will make a home in a condemned building.  To escape the elements of the weather on the outside, he will satisfy himself and “make do” with no heat, no running water, no lights, and he will share his dwelling with its occupants: the rats and the roaches.”

Then I was hit in the face with the next outrageous statement.

“If you try to edify the organized church with seminars and conferences, you will be putting up curtains at the windows of a condemned building.”

Wow.  I was stunned. I had already begun to conduct deliverance seminars with the first one in Bermuda and the second one in Lawrenceville Ga. I was planning the third when this spiritual conversation transpired.    Metaphorically speaking, it was clear to me that the condemned building was a symbol of the entire organized church.  It this “strange conversation” was from the Holy Spirit—then the metaphor clearly suggested that the organized church is condemned, in other words, judged already.

In keeping with this parable of sorts, sheep who attend church regularly are those who are afraid of the outside elements of a dangerous and sinful world—and rightly so. Therefore, it makes sense to run inside of church walls for protection.  Yet in keeping with the symbols, when churchgoers run inside, what they find is no light.  God is light.  In Him there is no darkness at all.  No light–No “God!!!  The “voice” went on to say that the rats were the pastors and church leaders and the roaches were those who sat on the pews.

No running water in the condemned building means no rivers of living water, No Holy Spirit.  No heat.  No fires of the Holy Spirit. This parable was clearly saying that the Holy Spirit has left the organized church.

I didn’t want to believe that I had heard from God about this.  I was pastoring a church that I myself had founded in 1996 and I did not want to close it down.  However, I knew that if this was God speaking to me, I MUST close it down.

I tried the spirits for one year by studying church history.  What I discovered has been  written in a book called “the Fake Jesus: Fallen Angels Among Us.”  When I wrote the last chapter, I knew without a doubt that I had heard from the Lord.

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A Former Pastor Warns: Leave the Church Part 2

10 Nov

When I left the church in 2004, I did not know that it was a permanent move.  I expected that the Lord would lead me to another church affiliation.  I had my eye on Rev. Paul Morton’s organization, the full gospel Baptist.  It seemed a great choice for me because I had been  ordained and served in a denominational church  very compatible with  the Baptists, yet I was also a Pentecostal in orientation, belief and practice.

So when 3 years passed and I did not have a leading to join another church, I wondered why. It didn’t take long for me to be answered once I sought the Lord in prayer.  In less than a week, a kind of telepathic communication took place to let me know that I was not to join any organized church.

I was spoken to in a kind of parable.  I was asked, “Pam, would you put curtains up at the windows of a condemned building.” I thought of all of the condemned buildings I had seen growing up in the inner city.  I answered in my mind. “No, I would not.”

Then came a kind of speech that went something like this.

“A homeless person will make a home in a condemned building.  To escape the elements of the weather on the outside, he will satisfy himself and “make do” with no heat, no running water, no lights, and he will share his dwelling with its occupants: the rats and the roaches.”

Then I was hit in the face with the next outrageous statement.

“If you try to edify the organized church with seminars and conferences, you will be putting up curtains at the windows of a condemned building.”

Wow.  I was stunned. I had already begun to conduct deliverance seminars with the first one in Bermuda and the second one in Lawrenceville Ga. I was planning the third when this spiritual conversation transpired.    Metaphorically speaking, it was clear to me that the condemned building was a symbol of the entire organized church.  It this “strange conversation” was from the Holy Spirit—then the metaphor clearly suggested that the organized church is condemned, in other words, judged already.

In keeping with this parable of sorts, sheep who attend church regularly are those who are afraid of the outside elements of a dangerous and sinful world—and rightly so. Therefore, it makes sense to run inside of church walls for protection.  Yet in keeping with the symbols, when churchgoers run inside, what they find is no light.  God is light.  In Him there is no darkness at all.  No light–No “God!!!  The “voice” went on to say that the rats were the pastors and church leaders and the roaches were those who sat on the pews.

No running water in the condemned building means no rivers of living water, No Holy Spirit.  No heat.  No fires of the Holy Spirit. This parable was clearly saying that the Holy Spirit has left the organized church.

I didn’t want to believe that I had heard from God about this.  I was pastoring a church that I myself had founded in 1996 and I did not want to close it down.  However, I knew that if this was God speaking to me, I MUST close it down.

I tried the spirits for one year by studying church history.  What I discovered has been  written in a book called “the Fake Jesus: Fallen Angels Among Us.”  When I wrote the last chapter, I knew without a doubt that I had heard from the Lord.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Religiosity

10 Nov

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD: One telephone session  will confirm   whether or not we can help you!


If you are OCD, chances are that you have some serious trust issues.  So it will be hard for you to make a commitment to counseling with someone who is virtually a stranger to you.  With the state of both the world and the church, everyone is wise to test the spirits and to be cautious. I too have to be careful to protect myself against people who have ulterior motives.  So, the Catch 22 situation is that if we are going to overcome OCD together, you will need TO TRUST me. Actually, I MUST ALSO TRUST YOU!!!  That’s the bottom line.

Simply put, if you are sent by God, then He has ALREADY  prepared you to receive my counseling.  However, if God Himself is not motivating your decision to seek help, then you will end up excessively confronting and  challenging me as your  counselor throughout the process and MY COUNSELING RELATIONSHIP  with you  will be unfruitful. 

There is a simple solution.  It is recommended that you simply schedule ONE session.   The number to call is 518-477-5759. You won’t be sorry!!!