Part 35 – Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free

Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free

Part 35 – Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free

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Title: Part 35 –  Enough is Enough to Captivity of Satan and welcome to Freedom in Christ Jesus – Can Spirit Filled Christians be under the influence of Demonic, Evil Entities? E + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free

  

Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free
Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t + Get One MAJOR Reason Why Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t: Answer – Doubled Edged Sword + Helping Others Be Set Free

Friends, this is part 35 of enough is enough to captivity of Satan and welcome to freedom in Christ Jesus.

If you missed last part of this series titled, “Part 34 Can Spirit Filled Christians be under the influence of Demonic, Evil Entities? D + Don’t condemn and judge what you do not understand through the working of the Holy Spirit so you don’t get condemn and judged by Him + 3 (Three) Strong Reasons Why You must be careful before you judge and condemn a prophet or a prophetic ministration + 7 (Seven) Steps on How To Keep Your Deliverance + 10 (Ten) Reasons why some are not delivered

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Our fasting periods elevate our spiritual sensitivity so that we can align our plans with His. God does not change but the methods of deployment changes constantly at moment notice and we want to be led by Him every step of the way. In God, change is the only constant thing!

We minister healing, deliverance and restoration across walls, borders and denominations.

We have seen and experienced varying degrees of healing, deliverance and restoration. Some are instantaneous, some take time and some don’t change.

It is in this light I took two questions to the Lord this month of July They are these:

  1.  Why is it that Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t?
  2. Why is it that Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t?

God said the obstacle is not on His side but on our side of the border.  The answer is in a Doubled Edged Sword which is the word of God

Now Get ready for His answers from the word before I give get you one reason for each question.

To the first question: Why is it that Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t?  analyze, meditate on the next 3 scriptures

  1. John 5:4

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For an angel of the Lord went down at appointed seasons into the pool and moved and stirred up the water; whoever then first, after the stirring up of the water, stepped in was cured of whatever disease with which he was afflicted.

  • Mark 10:46-52

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46 Then they came to Jericho. And as He was leaving Jericho with His disciples and a great crowd, Bartimaeus, a blind beggar, a son of Timaeus, was sitting by the roadside.

47 And when he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout, saying, Jesus, Son of David, have pity and mercy on me [[a]now]!

48 And many [b]severely censured and reproved him, telling him to keep still, but he kept on shouting out all the more, You Son of David, have pity and mercy on me [now]!

49 And Jesus stopped and said, Call him. And they called the blind man, telling him, Take courage! Get up! He is calling you.

50 And throwing off his outer garment, he leaped up and came to Jesus.

51 And Jesus said to him, What do you want Me to do for you? And the blind man said to Him, Master, let me receive my sight.

52 And Jesus said to him, Go your way; your faith has healed you. And at once he received his sight and accompanied Jesus on the road.

  • Luke 5:17-26
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Jesus Heals a Man Let Down through the Roof of a House

17 On one of the days while Jesus was teaching, some proud religious law-keepers and teachers of the Law were sitting by Him. They had come from every town in the countries of Galilee and Judea and from Jerusalem. The power of the Lord was there to heal them. 18 Some men took a man who was not able to move his body to Jesus. He was carried on a bed. They looked for a way to take the man into the house where Jesus was. 19 But they could not find a way to take him in because of so many people. They made a hole in the roof over where Jesus stood. Then they let the bed with the sick man on it down before Jesus. 20 When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the man, “Friend, your sins are forgiven.”

21 The teachers of the Law and the proud religious law-keepers thought to themselves, “Who is this Man Who speaks as if He is God? Who can forgive sins but God only?” 22 Jesus knew what they were thinking. He said to them, “Why do you think this way in your hearts? 23 Which is easier to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or, ‘Get up and walk’?

24 “So that you may know the Son of Man has the right and the power on earth to forgive sins,” He said to the man who could not move his body, “I say to you, get up. Take your bed and go to your home.” 25 At once the sick man got up in front of them. He took his bed and went to his home thanking God. 26 All those who were there were surprised and gave thanks to God, saying, “We have seen very special things today.”

The answer to the question – Why is it that Some EXPERIENCE the Miraculous power of God in themselves and others don’t?    from above scriptures is this – Desperation

The level of desperation determines the level of healing, deliverance and restoration.  Some of us are desperate to get our drugs, to see our doctors and when we are not desperate, then we have the money or means or doctors as our gods making God a last resort. May this never be your portion in Jesus name, amen

Now to the second question: Why is it that Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t? I bring three (3) scriptures to the witness stand.

   1) Matthew 9:35-37

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35 And Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the good news (the Gospel) of the kingdom and curing all kinds of disease and every weakness and infirmity.

36 When He saw the throngs, He was moved with pity and sympathy for them, because they were bewildered (harassed and distressed and dejected and helpless), like sheep without a shepherd.

37 Then He said to His disciples, The harvest is indeed plentiful, but the laborers are few.

2) Luke 7:13-15

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13 And when the Lord saw her, He had compassion on her and said to her, Do not weep.

14 And He went forward and touched the funeral bier, and the pallbearers stood still. And He said, Young man, I say to you, arise [[a]from death]!

15 And the man [who was] dead sat up and began to speak. And [Jesus] gave him [back] to his mother.

3)Matthew 20:34        

Moved with compassion, Jesus touched their eyes; and immediately they regained their sight and followed Him.

The answer to the question – Why is it that Some MINISTER the miraculous power of God into others and others can’t? is compassion – What s compassion? sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others – A minister that wants to be used by God to minister to others must have compassion, must sit where people are hurting and experience their pain as it his or her own.  If you don’t have compassion, it will be impossible to manifest the power of God because the Holy Spirit in you is moved to minister to others dependent on your level of compassion. The more the compassion, the more the anointing flows through you to others. The anointing is the Holy Spirit. We all have the Holy Spirit.

When desperation collides with compassion, miracle happens.

If you can’t remember anything I said in this writing, it is this – When desperation collides with compassion, miracle happens. The more the level of desperation and compassion, the greater the miracle that happens.

Let us pray. Father, thank you for your word. I ask that you envelop us afresh in compassion for others, the kind of compassion that will release your miraculous in Jesus name, amen.

I ask that you will drive us into desperation, the kind that releases the miraculous in Jesus name, Amen.

This type of prayer can be dangerous for you but will bring God glory at last. The place compassion is born is in crisis – storms of life.  To be effective as a minister, God will allow storms in your life so that you can also experience the pain of the people God intends for you to minister to. The greater your affliction, the greater your ministry.

Some of you that are desperate for miraculous, God is preparing you so that when you are delivered, you can be a deliverer to others. Take heart and stand your ground until the work of perfection is complete in Jesus name, Amen

The answer is in the Doubled Edged Sword packaged in the preconditions

 And it is packed into our 7 preconditions for the miraculous in self and others:

Before we minister to people, we get them to agree to these preconditions

  • Be AVAILABLE (spirit, soul and body) to partner with God.
  • Be BOLD to lay claim to all He has died to give you.
  • Be COMPASSIONATE enough to sit where people are hurting.
  • Be DETERMINED to keep going and never, ever give up until the word of God becomes truth and life in your circumstances and situation.
  • Be EARNESTLY in LOVE with God and people with no restraint.
  • Be FIERY in ANGER with Satan for stealing from you and others.
  • Be in GREAT HUNGER to pursue God until you RECOVER ALL and manifest Him to yourself and others.

Now, lets look at – Helping others be set Free

Helping Others Be Set Free

People who have been delivered from demons often begin to see clearly the need for others to receive similar deliverance. Also, they can empathize with them because they remember the pressures to which they were subjected and the struggles involved in the process of being delivered. As a result, many find themselves spontaneously reaching out to others who also need deliverance.

In Mark 16:17 Jesus opened up this ministry to all believers: “And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will cast out demons….”

As a general principle, however, deliverance should be practiced primarily by people with apostolic, pastoral or evangelistic ministries, or their co- workers. But any Christian confronted by a demonized person may in certain circumstances be called on to cast out demons.

We have seen in experience, however, that people who engage in a regular ministry of deliverance without observing certain scriptural conditions for exercising authority usually end up in trouble.

Here are some general principles that can safeguard the practice of deliverance:

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1. Be under authority.


2. Two are better than one.

3. Do not minister alone to a member of the opposite sex.

4. Use the cross and the sword of the Spirit.

1. Be under Authority

At one point in His ministry, Jesus sent out seventy disciples to prepare the way before Him. They returned with great excitement, reporting that “even the demons are subject to us in Your name” (Luke 10:17). Jesus responded, “Behold, I give you the authority … over all the power of the enemy” (verse 19). The decisive factor in dealing with demons is the exercise of scriptural authority.

A Roman centurion who came to Jesus on behalf of his sick servant recognized that Jesus’ spiritual authority was comparable to his own military authority. He summed up in one sentence the essential condition for exercising authority in any sphere: “Say the word, and my servant will be healed. For I also am a man placed under authority…” (Luke 7:7-8). To exercise authority, a person must first be under authority.

There are certain scriptural principles that govern the exercise of authority.

First, the supreme source of all authority is God Himself. After the resurrection, however, Jesus declared to His disciples, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth” (Matthew 28:18). This means that all authority descends from God the Father through Jesus the Son. To be under scriptural authority, therefore, every Christian needs to find his or her place in a chain of authority that stretches upward through Christ to God.

In 1 Corinthians 11:2-7 Paul uses covering the head as a symbol of authority. To be under authority is to be “covered”-that is, protected. Not to be under authority is to be “uncovered”that is, unprotected. For every Christian, therefore, to be under an appropriate form of authority is to be spiritually protected. A Christian not under authority is spiritually unprotected and is in great danger.

God has made Christ “head over all things to the church, which is His body” (Ephesians 1:22-23). It is natural, therefore, for Him to exercise His authority in any area through the leadership of a local church. This means that a Christian who desires to be protected spiritually should take his or her place in the structure of a local church.

One other main area in which God delegates His authority is the family. In 1 Corinthians 11:3 Paul depicts a chain of authority descending from God, through Christ, into every family on earth: “But I want you to know that the head of every man is Christ, the head of woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.”

A married woman is normally under the authority of her husband and should not be engaged in ministering without her husband’s full knowledge and approval. Peter warns us, however, that if there is not harmony between husband and wife, the husband’s prayers will be hindered (see 1 Peter 3:7). An unmarried woman, if still at home, needs her father’s authorization. Single women living on their own should have the authorization and oversight of mature spiritual leaders.

Men who practice deliverance, whether single or married, should be part of a fellowship or church with an effective structure of authority. This whole

area of dealing with demons is a dangerous place for “lone rangers,” whether male or female.

There is one key word in the question of being under authority: accountable. Each Christian needs to ask, To whom am I accountable? A person not accountable to anyone is not under authority.

In two places Jesus speaks about authority to bind and to loose. In each case it is in relationship to the Church. In Matthew 16:18-19 Jesus says to Peter, “…On this rock I will build My church … and whatever you [singular] bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”

Again in Matthew 18:17-18 Jesus is speaking about bringing an offending brother before the Church, and He concludes, “Whatever you [plural] bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” In this case binding and loosing is a collective action of the Church as a whole.

The key to the scriptural exercise of all authority is right relationships. This applies specifically to binding and loosing demonic forces. A person who is not in a right relationship to the Body of Christ may attempt to bind or loose demons, but the authority to make it effective will be lacking.

2. Two Are Better than One

There is no record in the gospels that Jesus ever sent anyone out to minister by himself. He always sent out His disciples in pairs. Normally only an experienced minister with authority should undertake the ministry of deliverance on his own. (Bear in mind, there is always the possibility that a person receiving deliverance may become violent.)

This principle is emphasized by Solomon in Ecclesiastes 4:9-10:

“Two are better than one, Because they have a good reward for their labor. For if they fall, one will lift up his companion. But woe to him who is alone when he falls, For he has no one to help him up.”

3. Do Not Minister Alone to a Member of the Opposite Sex

It is unwise for a woman to attempt to minister to a man on her own, or for a man to minister to a woman on his own. Generally, the best team for this ministry is a married couple working in harmony.

4. Use the Cross and the Sword of the Spirit

There is one-and only one-all-sufficient basis on which anyone can claim deliverance from demons: the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. By this He made atonement for the sins of the whole human race and stripped Satan of his primary weapon against us: guilt. By faith in this sacrifice, each one of us is justified, acquitted, “just-as-if-I’d never sinned.”

Lay hold of this truth and make it central in all your instruction to those you are helping.

Likewise, there is only one weapon that is invariably effective in dealing with demons. It is the sword of the Spirit-the words of Scripture spoken boldly and in faith. Demons are not frightened by denominational labels, ecclesiastical titles or theological arguments. But against the sharp sword thrust of God’s Word, spoken in faith, demons have no defense.

FINAL PRACTICAL POINTS

If you are preparing to minister to someone who needs deliverance, here are twelve practical points to help make your ministry more effective. For the sake of brevity, I will refer to the person receiving deliverance as “the counselee,” and I will use masculine pronouns that may apply to either sex.

1. Follow the 9 steps we sent earlier.

2. Let the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross be the basis of all you do. Likewise, encourage the counselee to look away from himself and focus on the cross.

3. Check for the following three critical issues:

Repentance: Has the counselee gone through a genuine experience of repentance, as defined earlier?

Forgiveness: Is there anyone whom the counselee has not truly forgiven? Is he still holding resentment against anyone?

Renunciation: Has the counselee totally renounced every contact with the occult and/or every binding personal relationship?

4. If the counselee is struggling, do not simply take over and do it all for him. Suggest appropriate Scriptures for him to quote on his own behalf. Encourage him to exercise and develop his own

faith. This will help him face any further conflicts with Satan.

5. Sometimes the process of deliverance may encounter a kind of spiritual “logjam” in which the counselee appears to be struggling against something in himself that he does not fully understand. If this happens, ask the Lord for a word of knowledge that will identify the nature of the problem. This word of knowledge may come either to the counselee or to the one ministering. It may concern a sin that must be confessed or a binding power that must be broken (for example, a false religion). To proceed further, the counselee must repent of the sin or break the binding power. Alternatively, the Holy Spirit may reveal the name of a certain demon resisting the deliverance. If so, instruct the counselee to take his stand in the name of Jesus and renounce that particular demon by name.

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6. Demons often come out through the mouth with sobbing, crying, screaming, roaring, spitting or even vomiting. Have a supply of tissues or paper towels or other similar materials ready that the counselee can use.

7. A woman sometimes expels demons with loud screaming. If she continues to scream without receiving any further deliverance, remember that a demon may have lodged itself in the narrow part of her throat and be holding on there. Explain this to the woman and instruct her to expel the demon from

her throat with a deliberate, forceful cough

8. Do not shout at demons. They are not deaf. Even a spirit of deafness is not deaf. Shouting at them does not give you more authority; it only uses strength that could be better spent in other ways.

9. Do not waste time on attention-getters-people who go through some of the actions of a person receiving deliverance but are interested only in attracting attention to themselves

10. As you minister, Satan may attack you with a spirit of fear. If so, affirm that “God has not given [me] a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7).

Remember, too, the promise Jesus gave His disciples when they had to deal with demons: “Nothing shall by any means hurt you” (Luke 10:19).

11. Continually emphasize the promise of Joel 2:32: “Whoever calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved [delivered].”

12. Remember the power in the name of Jesus and the blood of Jesus. Here is a proclamation used many to enable Christians to apprehend and possess the victory Jesus won for us on the cross:

1)We overcome satan when we testify personally to what the Word of God says the Blood of Jesus does for us:

2)Through the Blood of Jesus I am redeemed out of the hand of the devil.

3)Through the Blood of Jesus all my sins are forgiven.

4)Through the Blood of Jesus I am continually being cleansed from all sin.

5)Through the Blood of Jesus I am justified, made righteousness, just-as-if-I’d never sinned.

6) Through the Blood of Jesus
I am sanctified, made holy, set apart to God.

7)Through the Blood of Jesus I have boldness to enter the presence of God.  

8)The Blood of Jesus cries out continually to God in Heaven on my behalf.

Each person ministering deliverance will discover other practical points. But theory can take us only so far. In the end we all have to learn by doing.

One final word of great importance. It was love that motivated God to provide deliverance for us through the sacrificial death of Jesus. Our motivation should be the same. Ask God, therefore, to make you an instrument of His love: “Let all that you do be done with love” (1 Corinthians 16:14).

Now, prayer for self-deliverance

SHORT PRAYER FOR SELF-DELIVERANCE.

“Lord Jesus Christ, I believe You died on the cross for my sins and rose again from the dead. You redeemed me by Your blood and I belong to You, and I want to live for You. I confess all my sins-known and unknown- I’m sorry for them all. I renounce them all. I forgive all others as I want You to forgive me. Forgive me now and cleanse me with Your blood. I thank You for the blood of Jesus Christ which cleanses me now from all sin. And I come to You now as my deliverer. You know my special needs-the thing that binds, that torments, that defiles; that evil spirit, that unclean spirit—I claim the promise of Your word, “Whosoever that calleth on the name of the Lord shall be delivered.” I call upon You now. In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, deliver me and set me free. Satan, I renounce you and all your works. I lose myself from you, in the name of Jesus, and I command you to leave me right now in Jesus’ name. Amen!”
Let it come from your heart and see the salvation of the Lord!

ARE YOU SICK OR A NEED FOR Deliverance and RESTORATION?

For those who are sick or unwell in whatever shape or form, or needing deliverance? Or restoration, kindly touch the dot below in faith (Faith is seeing the precise positive outcome of your current situation, knowing that Jesus has done His part more than 2000 years ago to secure your healing and deliverance, restoration as a down payment, trusting that down payment is available to you to draw from, like a positive balance in your checking account with the bank, no questions asked as we agree with you and pronounce BE HEALED, BE DELIVERED and BE RESTORED in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen)

By the authority, you have granted unto me and unto them, I exercise that authority now in faith with their anger against the enemy and hunger to get what you have freely given unto them all, I curse every illness, every disease, be it cancer, COVID 19, be it spirit of infirmities, be it demonic possession or oppression, be it the spirit of poverty, setbacks, delayed fulfilment of what God has already determined and released. We come against the anomaly, I bind them, we curse them to their root and we cast them out by authority in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen. We call forth a release of healing, deliverances and restoration into their lives in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Thank you Lord for testimonies that are abiding to your glory and honour and adoration. Thank you for souls that are being added to Your kingdom as a result of this message, the miracles that we are already seeing right now and manifesting for your glory in Jesus name, Amen. It is done! Rejoice!

Touch this spot highlighted as a point of contact and confess with your mouth – *I AM HEALED, I AM DELIVERED and I AM RESTORED* in my Spirit, Soul, Body and all around me in the name of JESUS Christ, Amen!!!

Begin to do what you could not do before and begin to confess until full healing, deliverance restoration becomes a fruit in your life in Jesus name, amen. Stay hungry for all of God, stay angry and take back all that the enemy has held back in Jesus name, amen

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