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How God Uses Demons To Set Captives Free

3 Jan

    A part of living in the endtimes is to hear and recognize  the “wake-up”call.  God sends out different kinds of alarms.  The alarm that every human being heard in 2011 was an  environmental alarm.  None of us in any part of the world could have slept through the  earthquake alarm that sounded as  a result of the devastation in Japan.  I have my iodine pills to prove it!  We are all thinking, “how can I prepare myself for something like this happening in MY backyard?!”

So we bought  generators, stocked  upon  food, purchased Iodine drops and  water filters.

I believe that making preparations is good commonsense.  However, if we too are struck with a huge tsunami, most stockpiles will be  buried under fallen buildings or washed into the sea by  tidal waves.

   Then there are “the spiritual alarms” that come upon individuals.  As a deliverance counselor, what I have seen God do is  release demons of torment upon the deceived, in order to wake them up to the reality that something is most definitely wrong with their “religion.”  This is how it works.  You attend church every time the doors are opened.  You are tithing your gross income, giving additional offerings and donations, and so you are expecting a financial harvest–a 100 fold return blessing that prosperity preachers have assured you that you will receive for your giving.  Yet, you are in the worst financial shape that you have ever been in.  The more you give, the less you have, and that’s a fact.

But you keep waiting and you keep lying to yourself and to others every time you say “I’m blessed.”  Then your car breaks down, your house burns down and you have no insurance.  You let your insurance laps in order to give toward the church’s building fund.  Out of nowhere, you are homeless.  You cry, “why Lord, why?”  His response?

I sent you a wake-up call, a demon of poverty as your “alarm clock.”  Can’t you read the signs?  Have you completely lost ALL commonsense? The prosperity message is one of the doctrines of the devils the Apostle Paul warned you about in My word.  I have allowed you to suffer poverty as “a wake up call.” When you come out of that church, I’ll bless you again!”

There are other wake up calls.  In my book, “the New Idolatry,” I quote the late Watchman Nee:

“Should the child of God desire freedom, his folly must be removed.  In other words, he must know the truth.  He needs to appreciate the real nature of affairs.  Satanic lies bind, but God’s truth unshackles.Naturally the knowledge of truth is going to be costly, for it will shatter the vainglory one has assumed due to his past experiences.  He looks upon himself as far more advanced than others, as being spiritual and infallible.  How hard hit he will be if he confesses the possibility of his being invaded or if he is shown to have been so invaded!” (The Spiritual Man 1968)

Therefore, if you are a child of God, and you have been ‘invaded,’  what you need to know is that the enemy could not  invade you without your cooperation. And if you have unknowingly been cooperative with the enemy , then God allowed a demon to invade you  “for your good.”  Once you receive the message of the wake up call, you will be set free.

So wake up and smell the coffee. 2012 is a wake-up call year!
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Watchman Nee and Boldness

20 Nov

Watchman Nee and Boldness

If a prophet of God  is  a bone of contention to you, and you find it difficult to handle what the Lord has called him or  her out to do,  I have to ask you if it’s possible, that perhaps you can’t handle the truth. Sometimes pridefulness prompts a person to prefer a mousey type, who timidly presents truth. This should not be the case, for the Lord God calls us to boldness. Boldness and forthrightness, are marks of a true prophet. Even so, the prophets of the Bible were neither mousey or timid. The prophets of the Bible were not popular, or well liked anyway. Why? One reason is because some find it hard to handle God’s truths .Here is a quote from Watchman Nee.

 Unless God’s child sincerely adhere’s to all the truth of God, it becomes very rough for him to accept this kind of painful humiliating truth…
Should the child of God desire freedom, his folly must be removed. In other words, he must know truth. He needs to appreciate the real nature of affairs. Satanic lies bind, but God’s truth unshackles. Naturally the knowledge of God is going to be costly, for it will shatter the vain glory one has assumed due to past experiences. He looks upon his self as far more advanced than others, as being spiritual and infallible.
How hard hit he will be if he confesses the possibility of his being invaded. Unless God’s child sincerely adheres to all the truth of God, it becomes very rough for him to accept this kind of painful and humiliating truth. One encounters no difficulty in accepting that truth which is agreeable; but it is not easy at all to take in truth which blasts one’s ego…the acceptance of truth is the first step to salvation.
                                                                                                                                                                     (Nee p.122, 1968)
I am a bold person by nature.  To walk in the boldness of the Lord, I had to put a lid upon my  natural persuasion.  In “Come Out of Her, God’s People,” you will find these words I wrote  about myself, concerning how I was born for “such a time as this!”
There is another reason to consider why the Lord Jesus Christ chose me to play such a controversial role in the confrontation of hypocrisy and false doctrine that abounds in the organized church in this day and time.  I believe that my soul was prepared for the part by the way I came into the world.
An only child, I learned early on how to stand alone. Furthermore, I believe that independence, boldness, and a love for truth was implanted in my soul in my mother’s womb and nurtured by my early childhood circumstances and environment. ….. I was an enigma to most adults. Literate and articulate when I was about 3 years old, my Barbadian grandmother, the late  Irene Ford, often found it necessary to explain my words and my behavior to people. 
“Pam be not fresh. Her just talk reeeeal plain cause dey be no fear in she.  Don’t mind she, now! When her be lookin in ya eye so straight and speak  all she mind, da reason be, me no speak no baby talk ta she.”
This is true. Grammie did not talk baby talk to me. Consequently today, I don’t speak baby talk in the spirit.”