Prayers That Rout Religious Demons

Prayers That Rout Religious Demons

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Attacks are hot and heavy from the religious spirit these days.

Not a day goes by when I don’t see a nasty message from someone operating in a religious spirit who wants to tell me why I can’t teach, preach, prophesy, cast out demons, and heal the sick.

Not a day goes without someone with a religious spirit reading something between the lines that’s not there and striking a prideful blow against me.

Make no mistake, all of this releases witchcraft. I call it religious witchcraft, and it’s an especially wicked weapon of the enemy because the people who are releasing it are so self-righteous and haughty that they don’t stop to think that they are the ones with the problem.

So what do you do? Well, after I break the witchcraft off myself, I pray for them. They don’t know what they are doing. No, not really. They are in legalism and religious bondage, and they are miserable. I refuse to let them make me miserable.

What is a religious spirit, you might ask? I wrote about this in my book, Satan’s Deadly Trio.

A religious spirit is a type of demonic spirit that influences a person or group of people to replace a genuine relationship with God with works and traditions.

See, when you don’t bow to the religious spirit’s demands it seeks to crucify you.

That’s because the religious spirit is all about appearances. If you don’t show up to all the functions—and volunteer beforehand to print and distribute the flyers, bake the cakes, and otherwise organize the outings—then you become a second-class citizen.

The religious spirit’s condemnation causes you to trade your Jesus-given peace for devil-inspired worry, turmoil, and all manner of upset.

People who flow in a religious spirit hold you to who you were yesterday and won’t let you move past your past mistakes.

The spiritually proud man sees himself as more discerning, more anointed, more eloquent, more revelatory, more important, and, otherwise, well, more spiritual than you. Some of the ways spiritual pride manifests include self-righteousness, hypercritical attitudes, hypocrisy, scorning correction or guidance, putting on pretenses, and false humility. Ultimately, these are all manifestations of the religious spirit.

Listen in to my prayer:


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