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31

Jul

Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles: Bishop Tudor Bismark (Ministry)


We’re changing things up a bit with our Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles. Instead of featuring someone who came out of the Occult or similar situation, I’m featuring my ABSOLUTE.FAVOURITE.MINISTER in the ENTIRE world, Bishop Tudor Bismark, who, along with his wife Pastor “Mama” Chichi Bismark, have a most powerful deliverance ministry. 

Situated in the heart of Harare, Zimbabwe, Bishop Tudor has decades of deliverance experience and seen some stuff lemme tell you! From London to Capetown, from Michigan to Seoul, South Korea, this man’s ministry spans a large portion of the earth and shows us that deliverance from demons isn’t just necessary in the African bush, Caribbean Islands, or over-packed cities of India, it’s needed everywhere. It’s just that we’ve learned to medicate our issues in the West. But in the words of Nancy Alcorn,

You can’t medicate a demon!

No you can’t!! So sit down, enjoy, and LEARN from this most anointed “mand of Gawd”!!

Note: I changed the thumbnails for the videos because, while I appreciate the wonderful soul who uploaded the sermons to Youtube (NOT Bishop or his ministry), I do not appreciate staring at three glaring pentagrams on my website! So don’t be afraid when you listen, just look past the appearance and hear the message. :) 

Demonic Possession, Part I



Demonic Possession, Part II



Satanic Reprisals



And just in case you needed a little encouragement, here you go..! *smile* 


Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles: Bishop Tudor Bismark (Ministry)


We’re changing things up a bit with our Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles. Instead of featuring someone who came out of the Occult or similar situation, I’m featuring my ABSOLUTE.FAVOURITE.MINISTER in the ENTIRE world, Bishop Tudor Bismark, who, along with his wife Pastor “Mama” Chichi Bismark, have a most powerful deliverance ministry. 

Situated in the heart of Harare, Zimbabwe, Bishop Tudor has decades of deliverance experience and seen some stuff lemme tell you! From London to Capetown, from Michigan to Seoul, South Korea, this man’s ministry spans a large portion of the earth and shows us that deliverance from demons isn’t just necessary in the African bush, Caribbean Islands, or over-packed cities of India, it’s needed everywhere. It’s just that we’ve learned to medicate our issues in the West. But in the words of Nancy Alcorn,

You can’t medicate a demon!

No you can’t!! So sit down, enjoy, and LEARN from this most anointed “mand of Gawd”!!

Note: I changed the thumbnails for the videos because, while I appreciate the wonderful soul who uploaded the sermons to Youtube (NOT Bishop or his ministry), I do not appreciate staring at three glaring pentagrams on my website! So don’t be afraid when you listen, just look past the appearance and hear the message. :) 

Demonic Possession, Part I



Demonic Possession, Part II



Satanic Reprisals



And just in case you needed a little encouragement, here you go..! *smile* 


The Bible in The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe: The Hangman & the King


Okay, I lied. Well, I misspoke. I thought I had a second Prince Caspian Jesus-theme in me, but not so. I do, however, have a third “Lion” theme in me. So enjoy: The Hangman & the King!

"You have a traitor there, Aslan," said the Witch. Of course everyone present knew that she meant Edmund…

“Well,” said Aslan. “His offence was not against you.”

“Have you forgotten the Deep Magic?” asked the Witch.

“Let us say I have forgotten it,” answered Aslan gravely. “Tell us of this Deep Magic.”

“Tell you?” said the Witch, her voice growing suddenly shriller. “Tell you what is written on the very Table of Stone which stands beside us? Tell you what is written in letters deep as a spear is long on the fire-stones on the Secret Hill? Tell you what is engraved on the sceptre of the Emperor-beyond-the-Sea? You at least know that Magic which the Emperor put into Narnia at the very beginning. You know that every traitor belongs to me as my lawful prey and that for every treachery I have a right to kill.”

“Oh,” said Mr Beaver. “So that’s how you came to imagine yourself a queen — because you were the Emperor’s hangman. I see.”

“Peace, Beaver,” said Aslan, with a very low growl.

“And so,” continued the Witch, “that human creature is mine. His life is forfeit to me. His blood is my property.”

“Come and take it then,” said the Bull with the man’s head, in a great bellowing voice.

“Fool, said the Witch with a savage smile that was almost a snarl, “do you really think your master can rob me of my rights by mere force? He knows the Deep Magic better than that. He knows that unless I have blood as the Law says, all Narnia will be overturned and perish in fire and water.”

“It is very true,” said Aslan. “I do not deny it.”

“Oh, Aslan!” whispered Susan in the Lion’s ear. “Can’t we — I mean, you won’t, will you? Can’t we do something about the Deep Magic? Isn’t there something you can work against it?”

“Work against the Emperor’s Magic?” said Aslan, turning to her with something like a frown on his face. And nobody ever made that suggestion to him again.

Edmund was on the other side of Aslan, looking all the time at Aslan’s face. He felt a choking feeling and wondered if he ought to say something; but a moment later he felt that he was not expected to do anything except to wait, and do what he was told.

“Fall back, all of you,” said Aslan, “and I will talk to the Witch alone.”

They all obeyed. It was a terrible time this — waiting and wondering while the Lion and the Witch talked earnestly together in low voice. Lucy said, “Oh, Edmund!” and began to cry. Peter stood with his back to the others looking out at the distant sea. The Beavers stood holding each other’s paws with their heads bowed. The centaurs stamped uneasily with their hoofs. But everyone became perfectly still in the end, so that you noticed even small sounds like a bumble-bee flying past, or the birds in the forest down below them, or the wind rustling the leaves. And still the talk between Aslan and the Witch went on.

At last they heard Aslan’s voice. “You can all come back,” he said. “I have settled the matter. She has renounced her claim on your brother’s blood.” And all over the hill there was a noise as everyone had been holding their breath and had now begun breathing again, and then a murmur of talk.

The Witch was just turning away with a look of fierce joy on her face when she stopped and said,

“But how do I know this promise will be kept?”

“Haa-a-arrh!” roared Aslan, half rising from his throne; and his great mouth opened wider and wider and the roar grew louder and louder, and the Witch, after staring for a moment with her lips wide apart, picked up her skirts and fairly ran for her life. (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe)




The Accuser. The Adversary. We have seen these two before in Scripture. And whether you recall it or not, we’ve seen the satanic, legal petitions for our life, etc. play out in Scripture before. Oh yes, Heaven has a courtroom (probably the most referred to heavenly room in Scripture beside the Throne Room), and yes, the Accuser comes to demand what is “his.” The most prominent example of this is in the Book of Job.

Now there was a dat when the sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord, and Satan also came among them. And the Lord said to Satan, “From where do you come?”

So Satan answered the Lord and said, “From going to and fro on the earth, and from walking back and forth on it.”

Then the Lord said to Satan, “Have you considered My servant Job, that there is none like him on the earth, a blameless and upright man, one who fears God and shuns evil?”

So Satan answered the Lord and said, “Does Job fear God for nothing? Have You not made a hedge around him, around his household, and around all that he has on every side? You have blessed the work of his hands, and his possessions have increased in the land. But now, stretch out Your hand and touch all that he has, and he will surely curse You to Your face!”

And the Lord said to Satan, “Behold, all that he has is in your power; only do not lay a hand on his person.”

So Satan went out from the presence of the Lord. (Job 1:6-12; see also 2:1-6)

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Then Micaiah said, “Therefore hear the word of the Lord: I saw the Lord sitting on His throne, and all the host of heaven standing on His right hand and His left. And the Lord said, ‘Who will persuade Ahab king of Israel to go up, that he may fall at Ramoth Gilead?’ So one spoke in this manner, and another spoke in that manner. Then a spirit came forward and stood before the Lord, and said, ‘I will persuade him.’ The Lord said to him, ‘In what way?’ So he said, ‘I will go out and be a lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets.’ And the Lord said, ‘You shall persuade him and also prevail; go out and do so.’ Therefore look! The Lord has put a lying spirit in the mouth of these prophets of yours, and the Lord has declared disaster against you.” (II Chronicles 18:18-22)

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How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! …For you have said in your heart: “I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God; I will also sit on the mount of the congregation on the farthest sides of the north; I will ascend above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the Most High.” Yet you shall be brought down to Sheol, to the lowest depths of the Pit. (Isaiah 14:12-15)



Can’t you just see it? The B’nai Elohim, the sons of God, the angels, all gathered around the Judgment Throne of God, ready to do His bidding (Psalm 103:20, 21), some standing as in Second Chronicles, others seated as in the Book of Isaiah. Satan, the Accuser of the Brethren, is allowed access to this illustrious Courtroom—the only part of Heaven he still has access to—and he fulfills one of his fallen roles with great demonic eloquence. Just like Jadis, the Pretended Queen of Narnia, Satan keeps record of our sins—each and every one—and stores them up for an opportune time of attack. And God, never caught off guard, allows the Accuser to make his case, all the while, knowing the outcome.

You see, because unlike Aslan who had to go and make himself the sacrifice for Edmund’s treachery, Christ already took our place 2,000 years ago on the old, rugged cross. His blood purchased our freedom. All we need do is accept His sacrifice. And when Christ, the Living Word, put on human flesh; lived a sinless life; spent 3.5 years in ministry; was illegally tried, beaten, whipped, and crucified; descended into the pits of Hell; preached to its inhabitants; took the keys of Death, Hell (Hades), and the Grave (Sheol); and ascended into Heaven to be seated at the right-hand of the Father. It was this victory that gave Him His new title: the Advocate.

And while we don’t see the Court of Heaven in the New Testament so we don’t see Jesus in His “new” Advocate role, but we do know that He makes intercession for us day and night at the right hand of the Father. But we can correctly presume, based on the Scripture, that Jesus—like Aslan—makes His case for us before the Father and, if we are covered by the blood of Jesus and our names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life, then Jesus wins the case! Exciting huh? :)

And actually, we the blood-bought children of God have the right to plead our case before God too! (Edmund didn’t get this chance, but I’m grateful that I have it!)

Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need. (Hebrews 4:16)

Now imagine how sad your “case” would be if you had no Blood and no Advocate to defend you. Imagine if you had no right of a son/daughter of a King. You’d be screwed. (Forgive my language.) Imagine if little Edmund had no Lion to take his place on the Stone Table. The story would have had a very different ending indeed.



Thankfully, the Lion did take Edmund’s place. Death did turn backward. And Narnia overthrew their tyrant. And thankfully, our story has a happy ending too. Aren’t you happy we have a wonderfully divine Advocate fighting for us in the heavenlies! *smile*

My little children, these things I write to you, so that you may not sin. And if anyone sins, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous. And He Himself is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the whole world. (I John 2:1, 2)

28

Jul

The Bible in Prince Caspian: Follow Aslan


I’m FINALLY picking back up with my God in Narnia. I’m not not continuing my Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles, I’m just taking it as God gives it. But without further adieu, here is the first Prince Caspian God in Narnia installment! For the earlier posts, see here.

          “Look! Look! Look!” cried Lucy.

“Where? What?” said everyone.

“The Lion,” said Lucy. “Aslan himself. Didn’t you see?” Her face had changed completely and her eyes shone.

“Do you really mean—?” began Peter.

“Where did you think you saw him?” asked Susan.

“Don’t talk to me like a grown-up,” said Lucy, stamping her foot. “I didn’t *think* I saw him. I saw him.”

“Where, Lu?” asked Peter.

“Right up there between those mountain ashes. No, this side of the gorge. And up, not down. Just the opposite of the way you want to go. And he wanted us to go where he was - up there.”

“How do you know that was what he wanted?” asked Edmund.

“He - I - I just know,” said Lucy, “by his face.”

The others all looked at each other in puzzled silence.

“Her Majesty may well have seen a lion,” put in Trumpkin. “There are lions in these woods, I’ve been told. But it needn’t have been a friendly and talking lion any more than the bear was a friendly and talking bear.”

“Oh, don’t be so stupid,” said Lucy. “Do you think I don’t know Aslan when I see him?”

“He’d be a pretty elderly lion by now,” said Trumpkin, “if he’s one you knew when you were here before! And if it could be the same one, what’s to prevent him having gone wild and witless like so many others?”

Lucy turned crimson and I think she would have flown at Trumpkin, if Peter had not laid his hand on her arm. “The DLF doesn’t understand. How could he? You must just take it, Trumpkin, that we do really know about Aslan; a little bit about him, I mean. And you mustn’t talk about him like that again. It isn’t lucky for one thing, and it’s all nonsense for another. The only question is whether Aslan was really there.”

“But I know he was,” said Lucy, her eyes filling with tears.

“Yes, Lu, but we don’t, you see,” said Peter.

“There’s nothing for it but a vote,” said Edmund.

“All right,” replied Peter. “You’re the eldest, DLF. What do you vote for? Up or down?”

“Down,” said the Dwarf. “I know nothing about Aslan. But I do know that if we turn left and follow the gorge up, it might lead us all day before we found a place where we could cross it. Whereas if we turn right and go down, we’re bound to reach the Great River in about a couple of hours. And if there are any real lions about, we want to go away from them, not towards.”

“What do you say, Susan?”

“Don’t be angry, Lu,” said Susan, “but I do think we should go down. I’m dead tired. Do let’s get out of this wretched wood into the open as quick as we can. And none of us except you saw anything.”

“Edmund?” said Peter.

“Well, there’s just this,” said Edmund, speaking quickly and turning a little red. “When we first discovered Narnia a year ago - or a thousand years ago, whichever it is - it was Lucy who discovered it first and none of us would believe her. I was the worst of the lot, I know. Yet she was right after all. Wouldn’t it be fair to believe her this time? I vote for going up.”

“Oh, Ed!” said Lucy and seized his hand.

“And now it’s your turn, Peter,” said Susan, “and I do hope—”

“Oh shut up, shut up and let a chap think,” interrupted Peter. “I’d much rather not have to vote.”

“You’re the High King,” said Trumpkin sternly.

“Down,” said Peter after a long pause. “I know Lucy may be right after all, but I can’t help it. We must do one or the other.”

So they set off to their right along the edge, downstream. And Lucy came last the of party, crying bitterly. (Prince Caspian)



"Lucy," he said, "we must not lie here for long. You have work in hand, and much time has been lost today."

“Yes, wasn’t it a shame?” said Lucy. “I saw you all right. They wouldn’t believe me. They’re all so—”

From somewhere deep inside Aslan’s body there came the faintest suggestion of a growl.

“I’m sorry,” said Lucy, who understood some of his moods. “I didn’t mean to start slanging the others. But it wasn’t my fault anyway, was it?”

The Lion looked straight into her eyes.

“Oh, Aslan,” said Lucy. “You don’t mean it was? How could I - I couldn’t have left the others and come up to you along, how could I? Don’t look at me like that…oh well, I suppose I could. Yes, and it wouldn’t have been alone, I know, not if I was with you. But would have been the good?”

Aslan said nothing.

“You mean,” said Lucy rather faintly, “that it would have turned out all right - somehow? But how? Please, Aslan! Am I not to know?”

“To know what would have happened, child?” said Aslan. “No. Nobody is ever told that.”

“Oh dear,” said Lucy.

“But anyone can find out what will happen,” said Aslan. “If you go back to the others now, and wake them up; and tell them you have seen me again; and that you must all get up at once and follow me - what will happen? There is only one way of finding out.” (Prince Caspian)



There’s an old song that say,

Though none go with me, still I will follow…No turning back, no turning back.

Lucy, while positive she had seen the Great Lion in the wood, had never considered the fact that she could have followed Him despite what her siblings and the “DLF” (Dear Little Friend, Trumpkin) thought. Now I’m not sure if this is due to the fact that children at that time were still appropriately disciplined and not obeying the set authority (High King/Big Brother Peter) was seen as negative and not as “independent” or “spirited.” It’s also likely she, and Edmund, followed Peter’s leading for the sake of unity, even if they felt differently. But going with the crowd is not what Aslan required of Lucy. Nor is it what Jesus requires of us.

Jesus had to constantly tell people to forget everything else and follow Him.

Then another of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.” (Matthew 4:19)

Then another of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.”

But Jesus said to him, “Follow Me, and let the dead bury their own dead.” (Matthew 8:21, 22)

As Jesus passed on from there, He saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax office. And He said to him, “Follow Me.” So he arose and followed Him. (Matthew 9:9)

Then Jesus said to His disciples, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.” (Matthew 16:24)

Jesus said to him, “If you want to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.” (Matthew 19:21)



That’s A WHOLE LOTTA “follow Mes”! Apparently Jesus was huge on this. And in fact, it often weeded out the non-committals from His followings. The disciples were kinda “stuck” with Jesus.

But Simon Peter answered Him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” (Luke 6:68)

Translation: “We’d leave if we could, but we don’t have nowhere else to go!”

Oh sure, they could have gone with the Pharisees. They followed them before they followed John the Baptist. They could have stayed with John and then made a religious sect unto him after he died. Either way, they would have been searching for the same thing, but they found it in Jesus. And thankfully, they knew it. But following the Christ, the Son of the Living God, is never easy. Even if it is worth it.

Little Lucy had to make a decision—follow Peter or follow Aslan. She chose her brother and Aslan lovingly rebuked her. Had she followed the Lion, her siblings undoubtedly would have followed her—even as they followed her into Narnia the very first time—and they would have saved lots of travel time. But she didn’t. Kind of like another follower of the Lion…

I heard my “uncle,” Apostle Renny McLean once state that the “rich, young ruler” was actually Barnabas. And in case you don’t know who Barnabas is, read the Book of Acts. I’m sure he had some great Jewish tradition or divine revelation to backup his claim although I admit, I don’t presently recall what it is. Yet imagine with me, what would have happened had the rich young ruler actually followed Jesus?

  1. He would have become A LOT more rich! According to Luke 6:38, had Barnabas sold all his wealth as Jesus told him to, he would have seen a MAJOR financial increase! Maybe not immediately, but eventually because God is not a man that He should lie, nor the son of man that He should repent (Numbers 23:19)

  2. He would have been personally discipled by Jesus. There’s a term my friends and I use called “getting dusty.” Young boys training to be priests would trail the Jewish priests so closely that they would get dusty due to the proximity. Therefore, Barnabas woulda got REAL dusty staying “up under” Jesus and His divine tutelage. Now that’s something you can’t put a price on!

  3. He would have been part of the firstfruits of Jesus. “Firstfruits,” or “First Generation,” or “First Dispensation,” Barnabas would have been part of the first whatever, first disciples of Jesus. He would have been able to be “dusty” and ask Jesus questions in the flesh instead of in the spirit. But because of his disobedience, he didn’t allow the revelation to take hold until the Apostle Paul (second generation was in ministry and then Barnabas joined him. What a lost opportunity!  



But enough about Barnabas. What about YOU? The Bible says,

           Many are called, but few are chosen. (Matthew 22:14)

I like Marshawn Evans’ spin on this:

Many are called, few are chosen. The difference between the called and the chosen is that the chosen CHOOSE to answer.

The disciples were chosen because they CHOSE to answer the call of Christ. They chose to leave all and follow Him. They chose to follow Him even unto death. So now I ask you which are you: the called or the chosen?

The Bible in Prince Caspian: Follow Aslan


I’m FINALLY picking back up with my God in Narnia. I’m not not continuing my Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles, I’m just taking it as God gives it. But without further adieu, here is the first Prince Caspian God in Narnia installment! For the earlier posts, see here.

          “Look! Look! Look!” cried Lucy.

“Where? What?” said everyone.

“The Lion,” said Lucy. “Aslan himself. Didn’t you see?” Her face had changed completely and her eyes shone.

“Do you really mean—?” began Peter.

“Where did you think you saw him?” asked Susan.

“Don’t talk to me like a grown-up,” said Lucy, stamping her foot. “I didn’t *think* I saw him. I saw him.”

“Where, Lu?” asked Peter.

“Right up there between those mountain ashes. No, this side of the gorge. And up, not down. Just the opposite of the way you want to go. And he wanted us to go where he was - up there.”

“How do you know that was what he wanted?” asked Edmund.

“He - I - I just know,” said Lucy, “by his face.”

The others all looked at each other in puzzled silence.

“Her Majesty may well have seen a lion,” put in Trumpkin. “There are lions in these woods, I’ve been told. But it needn’t have been a friendly and talking lion any more than the bear was a friendly and talking bear.”

“Oh, don’t be so stupid,” said Lucy. “Do you think I don’t know Aslan when I see him?”

“He’d be a pretty elderly lion by now,” said Trumpkin, “if he’s one you knew when you were here before! And if it could be the same one, what’s to prevent him having gone wild and witless like so many others?”

Lucy turned crimson and I think she would have flown at Trumpkin, if Peter had not laid his hand on her arm. “The DLF doesn’t understand. How could he? You must just take it, Trumpkin, that we do really know about Aslan; a little bit about him, I mean. And you mustn’t talk about him like that again. It isn’t lucky for one thing, and it’s all nonsense for another. The only question is whether Aslan was really there.”

“But I know he was,” said Lucy, her eyes filling with tears.

“Yes, Lu, but we don’t, you see,” said Peter.

“There’s nothing for it but a vote,” said Edmund.

“All right,” replied Peter. “You’re the eldest, DLF. What do you vote for? Up or down?”

“Down,” said the Dwarf. “I know nothing about Aslan. But I do know that if we turn left and follow the gorge up, it might lead us all day before we found a place where we could cross it. Whereas if we turn right and go down, we’re bound to reach the Great River in about a couple of hours. And if there are any real lions about, we want to go away from them, not towards.”

“What do you say, Susan?”

“Don’t be angry, Lu,” said Susan, “but I do think we should go down. I’m dead tired. Do let’s get out of this wretched wood into the open as quick as we can. And none of us except you saw anything.”

“Edmund?” said Peter.

“Well, there’s just this,” said Edmund, speaking quickly and turning a little red. “When we first discovered Narnia a year ago - or a thousand years ago, whichever it is - it was Lucy who discovered it first and none of us would believe her. I was the worst of the lot, I know. Yet she was right after all. Wouldn’t it be fair to believe her this time? I vote for going up.”

“Oh, Ed!” said Lucy and seized his hand.

“And now it’s your turn, Peter,” said Susan, “and I do hope—”

“Oh shut up, shut up and let a chap think,” interrupted Peter. “I’d much rather not have to vote.”

“You’re the High King,” said Trumpkin sternly.

“Down,” said Peter after a long pause. “I know Lucy may be right after all, but I can’t help it. We must do one or the other.”

So they set off to their right along the edge, downstream. And Lucy came last the of party, crying bitterly. (Prince Caspian)



"Lucy," he said, "we must not lie here for long. You have work in hand, and much time has been lost today."

“Yes, wasn’t it a shame?” said Lucy. “I saw you all right. They wouldn’t believe me. They’re all so—”

From somewhere deep inside Aslan’s body there came the faintest suggestion of a growl.

“I’m sorry,” said Lucy, who understood some of his moods. “I didn’t mean to start slanging the others. But it wasn’t my fault anyway, was it?”

The Lion looked straight into her eyes.

“Oh, Aslan,” said Lucy. “You don’t mean it was? How could I - I couldn’t have left the others and come up to you along, how could I? Don’t look at me like that…oh well, I suppose I could. Yes, and it wouldn’t have been alone, I know, not if I was with you. But would have been the good?”

Aslan said nothing.

“You mean,” said Lucy rather faintly, “that it would have turned out all right - somehow? But how? Please, Aslan! Am I not to know?”

“To know what would have happened, child?” said Aslan. “No. Nobody is ever told that.”

“Oh dear,” said Lucy.

“But anyone can find out what will happen,” said Aslan. “If you go back to the others now, and wake them up; and tell them you have seen me again; and that you must all get up at once and follow me - what will happen? There is only one way of finding out.” (Prince Caspian)



There’s an old song that say,

Though none go with me, still I will follow…No turning back, no turning back.

Lucy, while positive she had seen the Great Lion in the wood, had never considered the fact that she could have followed Him despite what her siblings and the “DLF” (Dear Little Friend, Trumpkin) thought. Now I’m not sure if this is due to the fact that children at that time were still appropriately disciplined and not obeying the set authority (High King/Big Brother Peter) was seen as negative and not as “independent” or “spirited.” It’s also likely she, and Edmund, followed Peter’s leading for the sake of unity, even if they felt differently. But going with the crowd is not what Aslan required of Lucy. Nor is it what Jesus requires of us.

Jesus had to constantly tell people to forget everything else and follow Him.

Then another of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.” (Matthew 4:19)

Then another of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.”

But Jesus said to him, “Follow Me, and let the dead bury their own dead.” (Matthew 8:21, 22)

As Jesus passed on from there, He saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax office. And He said to him, “Follow Me.” So he arose and followed Him. (Matthew 9:9)

Then Jesus said to His disciples, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.” (Matthew 16:24)

Jesus said to him, “If you want to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.” (Matthew 19:21)



That’s A WHOLE LOTTA “follow Mes”! Apparently Jesus was huge on this. And in fact, it often weeded out the non-committals from His followings. The disciples were kinda “stuck” with Jesus.

But Simon Peter answered Him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” (Luke 6:68)

Translation: “We’d leave if we could, but we don’t have nowhere else to go!”

Oh sure, they could have gone with the Pharisees. They followed them before they followed John the Baptist. They could have stayed with John and then made a religious sect unto him after he died. Either way, they would have been searching for the same thing, but they found it in Jesus. And thankfully, they knew it. But following the Christ, the Son of the Living God, is never easy. Even if it is worth it.

Little Lucy had to make a decision—follow Peter or follow Aslan. She chose her brother and Aslan lovingly rebuked her. Had she followed the Lion, her siblings undoubtedly would have followed her—even as they followed her into Narnia the very first time—and they would have saved lots of travel time. But she didn’t. Kind of like another follower of the Lion…

I heard my “uncle,” Apostle Renny McLean once state that the “rich, young ruler” was actually Barnabas. And in case you don’t know who Barnabas is, read the Book of Acts. I’m sure he had some great Jewish tradition or divine revelation to backup his claim although I admit, I don’t presently recall what it is. Yet imagine with me, what would have happened had the rich young ruler actually followed Jesus?

  1. He would have become A LOT more rich! According to Luke 6:38, had Barnabas sold all his wealth as Jesus told him to, he would have seen a MAJOR financial increase! Maybe not immediately, but eventually because God is not a man that He should lie, nor the son of man that He should repent (Numbers 23:19)

  2. He would have been personally discipled by Jesus. There’s a term my friends and I use called “getting dusty.” Young boys training to be priests would trail the Jewish priests so closely that they would get dusty due to the proximity. Therefore, Barnabas woulda got REAL dusty staying “up under” Jesus and His divine tutelage. Now that’s something you can’t put a price on!

  3. He would have been part of the firstfruits of Jesus. “Firstfruits,” or “First Generation,” or “First Dispensation,” Barnabas would have been part of the first whatever, first disciples of Jesus. He would have been able to be “dusty” and ask Jesus questions in the flesh instead of in the spirit. But because of his disobedience, he didn’t allow the revelation to take hold until the Apostle Paul (second generation was in ministry and then Barnabas joined him. What a lost opportunity!  



But enough about Barnabas. What about YOU? The Bible says,

           Many are called, but few are chosen. (Matthew 22:14)

I like Marshawn Evans’ spin on this:

Many are called, few are chosen. The difference between the called and the chosen is that the chosen CHOOSE to answer.

The disciples were chosen because they CHOSE to answer the call of Christ. They chose to leave all and follow Him. They chose to follow Him even unto death. So now I ask you which are you: the called or the chosen?

25

Jul

Nothing New Under the Sun


That which has been is what will be, that which is done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

King Solomon stated these words thousands of years ago and they ring true even now. There is truly nothing new under the sun. Yet with all this learning and never coming to the knowledge of truth, we have forgotten our past, our history. So with that in mind, here are seven things that are not new under the sun.

1) The Tower of Babel



Come, let us build ourselves a city, and a tower whose top is in the heavens; let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth.” (Genesis 11:4)

We know that God (the Trinity) came down from on high to destroy Nimrod’s idolatrous Tower of arrogance (Genesis 11). But did you know that the EU (European Union) is building it all over again! Scary huh?

2) Baal Worship



So Israel was joined to Baal of Peor, and the anger of the Lord was aroused against Israel. (Numbers 25:3)

Whether you’re making your children pass through the fire (see item #5), building golden calves, a practicing Mason, or simply just obsessed with your life on Wall Street, Baal worship is unfortunately alive and well. Help Holy Ghost!

3) Excessive Piercings & Tattoos




You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord. (Leviticus 19:28)

Cuttings and piercings in the skin were a sign of pagan worship you could say the same of many who get tattoos today. Now obviously, if you have a tat of Jesus, your mother/child’s name, a humming bird, or some other innocent image, I personally don’t see a problem with it (although I’ve always thought tattoos ruined pretty skin). Yet I know, like so many things in this life (i.e. eating, drinking, painkillers, sex, etc.) that tattooing can become compulsive, addictive. Just ask my baby brother; he’s covered in them. And any addiction is NOT of God. (See next item.)

4) Cutting





So [the prophets of Baal and Asherah] cried aloud, and cut themselves, as was their custom, with knives and lances, until the blood gushed out on them. (I Kings 18:28)

In addition to Leviticus 19:28, we see a clear picture of cutting in the showdown between the pagan prophets and the prophet Elijah. They cut themselves “as was their custom,” and while Baal wasn’t not permitted to answer their call or the scent of blood, you know he was pleased—especially when all 850 of the prophets were slain and went below the earth to join him. And now today, we have emotional or “emo” cutters. I’m not sure how they think cutting their bodies will make them feel better, but it doesn’t give them a sort of pain-and-pleasure induced high. That is modern Baal worship.  

5) Abortion




Also on your skirts is found the blood of the lives of the poor innocents. I have not found it by secret search, but plainly on all these things. Yet you say, “Because I am innocent, surely His anger shall turn from me.” Behold, I will plead My case against you, because you say, “I have not sinned.” (Jeremiah 2:34, 35)

The sacrificing of children, commonly called “passing your children through the fire,” was yet another form of Baal worship. In societies like Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and Viking/Germanic, they called it child exposure. Today we call it abortion. The reasons are basically the same now as they were then: convenience, favour with man, wealth (career), etc. But I bet you we’ve slain more babies before Baal than the ancients ever could have.

6) Worship of the Universe/New Age




For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Professing to be wise, they became fools, and changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man—and birds and four-footed animals and creeping things. (Romans 1:18-23)

From original Baal and Ashtoreth worship, worship of the sun-god and moon-goddess, to the Olympic Pantheon of gods seated in the second heaven and their Roman counterparts, to Native American worship of the sky gods, worship of the heavens and universe has almost always existed. Now, we call it New Age. We pray to the universe instead of the God Who created it. It’s shameful idolatry.

7) Divination



And the Lord said to me, “The prophets prophesy lies in My name. I have not sent them, commanded them, nor spoken to them; they prophesy to you a false vision, divination, a worthless thing, and the deceit of their heart.” (Jeremiah 14:14)

The first mention of divination in the Bible is Joseph, the son of Jacob, playing his brothers by saying why did you still special cup? I use it for divination! But obviously, he was just messing with them, trying to pass himself off as an Egyptian (Genesis 44). Yet even though Joseph wasn’t really a diviner—he got his knowledge from the Only One capable of providing pure information (Genesis 41:14-16)—there are many who see no problem diving information through various objects. Like, I don’t know—JOSEPH SMITH, the founder of Mormonism. He received the Book of Mormon through divination—not the Holy Spirit of God! And even today, many consult mediums and psychics (false “light workers,” white witches) who give them information through seances, palm readings, tarot card readings, tarot card readings, etc.




There’s even a supposed “master prophet” who claims to be a Christian (he’s a liar) and “the most trusted name in prophecy” who has an entire page on his website dedicated to divination! Give him your personal information and he or his staff will give you a prophecy!! The man is a witch passing himself off as a Christian and his son, also trained in divination has graced many a pulpit and Christian TV show, deceiving the masses. Most of you know of whom I speak. God help us and save us!



So as you can see, there is literally NOTHING new under the sun. Pray for God’s Spirit to teach you the truth of these things. Try the spirits to see whether they be of God (I John 4:1-6) because most of these spirits floating around today are not! Pay attention to [y]our past so you’re not doomed to repeat it!


24

Jul

Rebellion: The Original Baal Worship


For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. (I Samuel 15:23)



Rebellion: One Word with a Two-Fold Meaning

Rebellion.

It’s an ugly word with an even uglier meaning. This is how Merriam-Webster defines it.

Rebellion - opposition to one in authority or dominance; open, armed, and usually unsuccessful defiance of or resistance to an established government; an instance of such defiance or resistance.

Merriam-Webster defines this as a militant term. Interesting… Now let’s go back to what the Prophet Samuel said.

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. (I Samuel 15:23)

Here, rebellion is equated to witchcraft. And its twin—stubbornness—is idolatry. So now, we see that rebellion has a two-fold definition that most people don’t consider: militant and religious. And these beg the questions:

  1. If “rebellion” is a military term, then what kingdom is being rebelled against by which kingdom?

  2. If “rebellion” is a religious term, then what religion is rebellion against which?

I’ll answer the second question in order to answer the first.

As the Prophet Samuel alluded to, rebellion is demonic in nature because it involves witchcraft. And if witchcraft is demonic, then it must be from the Kingdom of Darkness. And who does the Kingdom of Darkness oppose? The Kingdom of Light (God’s).

Rebellion and stubbornness then, born in the heart of Satan and now residing in the pits of Hell, is a militant, satanic opposition to the Kingdom of God. Ladies and gentlemen: we are at war.

And from the days of John the Baptist until the present time, the kingdom of heaven has endured violent assault, and violent men seize it by force [as a precious prize—a share in the heavenly kingdom is sought with most ardent zeal and intense exertion]. (Matthew 11:12 AMP)

But now that we’ve established the understanding that we are at war, let’s go back and see who actually started it.



The Birth of Rebellion on the Earth

Now we know that Satan, the Lord of the Underworld, was the original rebel against God’s Kingdom. We know that Adam and Eve rebelled against God’s Law by eating the forbidden fruit. And we also know that from Cain to the Flood, there was severe wickedness in the earth. However, I propose that the full “religion” or “kingdom” of rebellion wasn’t instituted until Genesis 11. And it starts with Cush.

Cush was the son of Ham, the son of Noah. He married a woman named Semiramis and the son of his old age was Nimrod.

Cush begot Nimrod; he began to be a mighty one on the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord; therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord.” And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, Erech, Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar. From that land he went to Assyria and built Nineveh, Rehoboth Ir, Calah, and Resen between Nineveh and Calah (that is the principal city). (Genesis 10:8-12)

The Book of Jasher expounds upon Nimrod’s path to greatness, sharing that he became  a king of kings, defeated his enemies, and also became the first slave owner—possibly in Post-Flood history. He made Shinar his citadel and somewhere around this time, Nimrod and Cush declared themselves gods. Apparently, success had gone to his head.




It was in this arrogance that Nimrod built the Tower of Babel and he built it for two reasons:

  1. To interact with the gods.*

  2. To provide an escape should God send another flood.

All ancient civilisations from the Sumerians to the Egyptians to the Native Americans have stories about how the “gods” (fallen angels) came down to walk among men. Nimrod would have heard the stories from his great-grandfather, Ham, and great-great-uncles, Shem and Japheth, about the sons of god impregnating the daughters of men and producing men of renown and heroes of old. The Book of Enoch tells us that these angels came down to actually teach men and became corrupted in the process. Satan is the Prince of the Power of the Air and it is “his” heaven that Nimrod would have attempted to reach.



Also, men at this time were still afraid to dwell in the plains because the effects of the Flood were still fresh. Yet instead of, I don’t know, LIVING RIGHT, or even building an ark/multiple arks to save people “just in case,” this crazed man decided to build a Tower “too high” for God to flood. Arrogance at its finest.

And all the earth was of one tongue and words of union, but Nimrod did not go in the ways of the Lord, and he was more wicked than all the men that were before him, from the days of the flood until those days. (Book of Jasher 7:46)

Now, we’ve already established that the arrogance of Nimrod led him to build a Tower to heaven (and a MAJOR phallic symbol), yet he had no intention of meeting with the God of his forefathers. Why? Because Nimrod and his family were already steeped idolatry.

Nimrod declared himself to be Baal. The Akkadian version of this name is “Bel” as in BaBEL. Pastor John Benefiel teaches in his book Binding the Strongman over America that the father of Baal was El. There are others who say that both Nimrod and Cush claimed to be Baal. Either way, both of them had issues. And Semiramis is not excluded. She declared herself the Queen of Heaven. And while most of us are not familiar with this title (it’s only mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah five times), you are more than likely familiar with Ashtaroth and any variation of names for the Whore of Babylon. And boy did she live up to her name!

Cush became disgraced and Semiramis decided that it would be better to be queen instead of queen-mother, so she did the unthinkable; she married her son. Let the Church say EWW.

Eventually, Nimrod’s great-uncle, Shem, got fet up with his son’s idolatry and claims of immortality, so he slew him. But he didn’t stop there. He chopped up Nimrod’s body and sent the pieces throughout the earth so the world have have proof that Nimrod was not, in fact, a god.

A great wickedness was ended when Nimrod died. Unfortunately, his wickedness was a legacy. Because Semiramis conveniently wound up pregnant after Nimrod’s death and since she’d already convinced the masses that she was the Queen of Heaven, it was no stretch for her to claim that she’d given birth to “Nimrod Reborn.” Yet what makes the idolatrous lie all the more blasphemous is that millennia before the Virgin and the Christ Child were memorialized in artwork and statues, archaeologists excavated several statues of mother and child complete with rays shining from behind her head at the location of Babel. THE DEVIL IS A LIAR.

Now does any of this—bar the true immaculate conception—sound familiar to you? It should because it’s a pillar of Egyptian mythology.

Ham’s son, Mizraim, was the father of the Egyptians who believed that Isis was married to Osiris who was killed and cut up into pieces by Set. (Does “Set” seem similar to “Shem” to you?) Yet Isis was able to find all the pieces of Osiris accept his phallus which she replaced with a golden one, causing him to be temporarily reborn through magic and impregnating her with their son, Horus. Coincidence? I think not.

“Isis” is linguistically similar to “Ishtar.” “Ishtar” is Akkadian version of “Astarte” which is the Phoenician version of “Ashtoreth.” Any questions?



The King of Demons

Baal and the worship thereof is coming back to light, yet I believe the reason we never really hear about Baal and Ashtoreth is because they have taken on soooo very many names over the ages. When saints thinking of rebellion and witchcraft, they usually think of Jezebel; they think “Jezzy” is running this thang. But Jezebel is really just the offspring of perversion. Yet next to Satan, it’s Baal and Ashtoreth with the real power.

Now I LOVE me some Bishop Tudor Bismark. And in his sermon, “Deliverance from Evil,” he lists the three “top” demonic princes in this hierarchy:

  • Satan

    • Jezebel

    • Death

    • Anti-Christ

Yet I disagree. *gasp* Yes, after my own research, doing the research, I believe that there is a more accurate hierarchy. Below is my adapted version of Apostle Kimberly Daniels’ demonic hierarchy listed in Give It Back!

I. Satan: The Prince of the Power of the Air; Emperor of the Kingdom of Darkness.

II. Baal & Ashtoreth*: The King and Queen (Rulers) of devils**, answers directly and only to Satan.

III. Principalities: The princes of the four corners of the earth (continents, countries, states, cities, counties), arch magistrates or principal demons; first in rank.

IV. Powers: Organizations (exousia—special ability, highly competent; liberty in jurisdiction.

V. Ruler Spirits: Neighborhoods, families, individuals (kosmokrator-world ruler, spirits with direct contact with their targets).

VI. Spiritual Wickedness in High Places: Idolatry (Hezekiah tore down the high places) (poneria—iniquity and malice, sin and idolatrous activity.

*Apostle Daniels actually listed “Beelzebub” on this level and then stated, “Princes of devils are assigned by era. During Jesus’ life, Beelzebub was the prince of the devils. During Elijah’s life, Baal was the prince of the ruling force of devils. It also has been noted that Dagon was the prince of devils during another era.” (Give It Back! pg. 32)

I agree and disagree with this statement. I agree with the spirit of it, but not the wording. I would say it like this:

The Spirit of the Age (principality) is assigned by era. Yet Baal and Ashtoreth retain their position; only their name changes. During Jesus’ life Baal went by “Beelzebub.” During Elijah’s life, he went by his original name “Baal.” To the Druids in the British Isles, he was the great horned one. (See also “Moloch” a.k.a. “Molech” and “Chemosh.”) Similarly, the Queen of Heaven assumed her original title, “Ashtoreth” during Elijah’s life, to the Druids, she was the Triple Goddess, to the Catholics, the Virgin Mary a.k.a. “Our Lady of  [insert city name here].”

**Every single pantheon of gods and goddesses from various (ancient) civilisations reflects a similar framework (i.e. Zeus/Jupiter and Hera/Juno and children, etc.).

Every principality whether Jezebel or Diana/Artemis, Mars or Death, all answer to Baal and the Queen of (the second) Heaven respectively who answer only to Satan.




Defining Baal & Ashtoreth Worship

So now that we’ve defined who Baal and Ashtoreth are and where they came from, let’s define what exactly is the worship thereof. Juanita Bynum defines it like this:

Baal and Ashtoreth Worship - the worship of self-will and self-want (“The Spirit of Jezebel”).

The worship of this demonic couple is the elevation of your will and your wants over that of God’s.

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. (I Samuel 15:23)

The name “Baal” in Hebrew actually means “Lord.” So in your rebellion, you make your will lord and thus dethrone or block the Christ from being Lord of your life. There are many “Christians” caught up in Baal worship—attending church, praying (probably ineffectively), tithing, the whole nine—because they have refused to allow God’s will to become theirs.

This is the cult that birthed Babylon. This was the great Whorish Mystery born in Genesis and slain in Revelation.

And the term “bull-headed” is derived from Baal worship.

Bull-Headed - not willing to change an opinion, plan, etc.; very stubborn in a foolish or annoying way; stupidly stubborn; headstrong (Merriam-Webster).



The bull is the symbol of Baal/Ashtoreth worship.



Semiramis’ son, Tammuz, was said to be a minotaur (half-man, half-bull). 



When Moses was on the holy mount receiving the Commandments from God, the Children of Israel commissioned Aaron to build a golden calf for them.



The god Molech/Chemosh was half-bull, half-man.



Many ancient religions worshiped some type of bull.



Even the term Indian (South Asian) phrase “sacred cow” indicates the infiltration of this worship.



Why do you think Elijah commanded the 450 prophets of Baal and 400 prophets of Ashtoreth to gather two bulls—one for their altar and one for his—in order to see who the real God of Fire was. (Baal also claims to be the fire god.)



Greek mythology tells the story that the god Poseidon cherished bulls and when denied bulls in worship by King Minos of Crete and Knossos, Poseidon cursed Minos’ wife to fall in lust with a white bull which led to her actually mating with it and nine months later, giving birth to the minotaur (half-bull, half-man) who terrorized those thrown into the infamous Labyrinth.




In his sermon “666: The Mark of the Beast,” Perry Stone draws the link between Greek mythology’s “Rape of Europa” myth as the actual image of the woman (Europa a.k.a. the Queen of Heaven) riding the beast (bull, Baal). Whore of Babylon indeed! Stone also adds that the bull’s crescent horns were the symbol for Baal worship. Need anymore convincing?



Bringing It Home

ReBELlion.

JezeBEL.

EthBAAL.

BALaam.

Get the picture??

The very name of Baal a.k.a. Bel is built into our English word “rebellion.” “Re” means to “go back to” or “return to.” So everytime you elevate your will above God’s, you literally return to Baal. How many of us worship Baal? How many of us worship Baal on a daily basis? Could this be why we don’t see the breakthroughs we so desire? Could this be why witchcraft (i.e. traditional witchcraft, word curses, control, manipulation, domination, seduction, drug addiction) won’t leave our family after we’ve prayed and fasted? Could this be why all of those (false) prophecies and (false) confirmations haven’t come to past? (Likely sent by the false prophetess Jezebel herself!) Jesus told us that we cannot serve two masters. He cannot bless mess. And as my spiritual padre preaches, when God see rebellion, He is reminded of Lucifer. If you’re trying to walk under the favour of God, reminding God of the ultimate rebellion is NOT the way to go!

You may think that the worship of Baal is something from ages long past. You may think there’s no real power behind false gods. But I submit to you that whenever you place your will before God’s you are in full-fledge Baal worship. You don’t need a human sacrifice (abortion) although that helps. You don’t need to worship the sun (Baal) or moon (Ashtoreth) although that helps. All you need to do is make your will lord and you’re guilty of Baal worship.



That is a sobering realisation. Mostly because each and every one of us is guilty of having worshiped Baal at one point or another. And while we may not have known it was Baal worship, we did know that rebellion is sin. Jesus instructed us to pray:

Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. (Matthew 6:10)

Father, if it is Your will, take this cup away from Me; nevertheless not My will, but Yours, be done. (Luke 22:42)

The Bible also says:

And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. (Romans 12:2)

But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name: who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. (John 1:12, 13)

There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. (Romans 8:1)

Even witchcraft is listed as a work of the flesh.

Now the works of the flesh are evident, which are: adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lewdness, idolatry, sorcery, hatred, contentions, jealousies, outbursts of wrath, selfish ambitions, dissensions, heresies, envy, murders, drunkenness, revelries, and the like; of which I tell you beforehand, just as I also told you in time past, that those who practice such things will not inherit the kingdom of God. (Galatians 5:19-21)

There are a plethora of other verses, but you get the idea. If you’ve ever been guilty of Baal worship and not repented, confess your sins and ask God for forgiveness. And then say this with me:

Nevertheless not My will, but Yours, be done.

Amen.

22

Jul

Aslan is on the Move


Joy of Christmas

And warmth of Thanksgiving,

Spark of the 4th

And all good that’s living;

Let man and beast

Together speak:

The King is coming,

Aslan is on the move!



Magic so great

And power so strong,

To the Great Lion is our song

We sing of He Who is and comes:

The King is coming,

Aslan is on the move!



So open the gates

And prepare the Feast of Honour,

Hang high the banners

And ready the Seat of Power,

Prepare your hearts

And ready your minds,

For the King is coming,

Aslan is on the move!


18

Jul

Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles: Robin Harfouche (New Age)


Apostle (Dr.) Robin Harfouche has an AMAZING testimony about how God saved her from the darkness of the Occult and brought her out and into the powerful ministry she now shares with her husband, Apostle (Dr.) Christian Harfouche.

I first learned of Robin’s testimony on “It’s Supernatural with Sid Roth" and have since listened to it countless times. The recipient of the spiritual inheritances from her maternal great-grandmother who was a witch and also from her father’s side who were Holy Ghost-filled preachers, the fight for her soul began when she was a child. Through multiple childhood rapes and her otherworldly dance talents, Robin was propelled into the world of darkness, yet deceived into thinking it was the "light." Yet she did not know at the time that even Satan can transform himself into an angel of light for the express purpose of deceiving the masses. 

"From Hollywood to Heaven," Apostle Robin’s testimony is a must-hear, must-share and encouragement that God can deliver us all from the snare of the Fowler! Robin’s testimony includes:

  • Spiritual inheritances
  • Childhood rape
  • Out of body experiences
  • New Age
  • Psychics, mediums, light workers
  • White Magic
  • Demonic mentoring
  • Selling your soul
  • Hollywood & the Occult


For more about Robin’s testimony—and that of her husband, Christian, as well—watch and listen to it on “It’s Supernatural with Sid Roth”!

17

Jul

Witchcraft & Deliverance Chronicles: Curtis “Earthquake” Kelley (Haitian Voodoo)


I first learned about Curtis “Earthquake” Kelley a couple years ago while watching old archives on SidRoth.org. And may I just say, WHAT A POWERFUL TESTIMONY!!! It particularly hits home to me since I, like Earthquake, am part Haitian. 

Now there is absolutely nothing wrong being Haitian or from the West Indies/Islands. I’m very proud of my quarter-Haitian blood and my full French name. However, each culture around the world has its own pagan roots

Celts have their druid priests and priestesses.

Indigenous peoples like the Native North, Central, and South Americans; Aborigines; and Africans have their medicine men, witch doctors, and shamans.

Those in the Caribbean, similar to the African peoples, have those who administer voodoo.

And in case you didn’t know, it wasn’t a godly, righteous revolution that won the Haitians their freedom from slavery —it was the demonic power of the Occult by means of Voodoo. Historical studies record voodoo ceremonies that took place which empowered the blacks and mulattoes to overthrow their slave owners. They didn’t call on God, they called on Satan and he answered them by empowering them to slaughter their owners. THAT is the power of voodoo and THAT is what Earthquake Kelley was immersed in since childhood and, praise God, was delivered and set free from! Watch his testimony below! It includes topics such as:

  • Generational curses/spiritual inheritances
  • Demonic mentoring
  • Demonic interactions with various spirits (descriptions)
  • How certain things/spirits such as the “Boogie Man” originated in the Islands and passed into the States
  • Evangelical witchcraft
  • Astral-projection, and much more!

Praise God for complete and total deliverance! 








For an overall testimony of Earthquake Kelley’s life pre and post-deliverance, watch (and listen to) it on “It’s Supernatural with Sid Roth!