The kingdom of Satan is beyond our understanding. We have
to walk daily in complete dependence on the Lord as to
wisdom and guidance No two people are the same, and each attack of
Satan is different. We do not have enough intelligence to discover
by ourselves the deceptions of Satan. It is my continuous prayer
may the Lord give us wisdom because this battle is real and if not
we are in contact with our «Captain» we can cause a lot
harm to those who try to help. Jane's case brings me to a
point that, sadly, many liberation ministers tend to
forget. Isaiah 42 expresses it better than anyone when describing
prophetically to Jesus:
«Behold my servant, I will sustain him, my chosen one, in whom my soul
take pleasure: I have put my spirit upon him, he will give judgment to
people. He will not cry, nor raise up, nor make his voice heard in the streets. Do not
the broken reed shall break, nor shall it quench the smoke that wateth: it shall bring forth the
judgment to truth. He will not tire or faint, until he puts in the
earth judgment; and the islands will wait for their law, ..
Isaiah 42: 1-4
"My little children, let us not love in word or language, but in deed and in
true". 1 John 3:18
I have seen many people who have not been released or who are alone
partially liberated by the lack of love of the minister of liberation.
I ask anyone who exercises the ministry of liberation:
How much do you love the person you want to release? Does love reach you for
sit patiently and work for hours, perhaps more than
a session, to see it released?
Does he love her enough to take her to his own home for a while if
Is it necessary to continue the battle? Does he love her enough to devote the
time and effort necessary to take her to a private place so that
the person does not pass shame? If you are a man, do you love it?
enough to throw aside the pride and leave the room
when the time comes to face certain demons
in a woman and let it be only women who release
in this case? And vice versa in case the person is' man? OR
we will let pride prevent us from giving in to such a request
part of the Lord?
Jesus Christ will never break a fallen cane. Love always protects.
Why then we are not going to try by all means to protect
to the person who is being released from the great pain that he feels?
They are already too traumatized to traumatize them more. Throw
out to a deeper and more powerful demon is not something that
be done in five or ten minutes at the altar in front of the congregation, nor
in front of the television cameras. Our God is a God of
love and compassion. If you do not feel that love and compassion for
people you are dealing with, you are not fit for the ministry of
release. If you are so busy that you can not spend time with
people, you should not participate in a liberation ministry.