Why you need Deliverance & How to achieve it
It is a known truth that the pews of our Christian churches are filled with worshippers who are living defeated Christian lives. Why? They perish from lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6).
•If you are saved and Love God, but are not satisfied with your Christian walk. . . •If you have a problem coping and everything in your life seems to be falling apart. . . •I you know in your heart that Jesus Christ is the only answer, but you can’t seem to make anything come out right… •If you feel defeated and unfulfilled,
Then YOUR PROBLEM is probably not your relationship with God or anything that you are doing wrong. There are two kinds of sin. They are the sins of “commission” and “omission”. If could well be that what you are NOT DOING is causing your problems. If so, your answer lies in knowing your legal rights in Christ and dhow to deal with Satan. Jesus said, “…I was anointed to preach deliverance to the captives. (Luke 4:18). (The deliverance referred to in this passage has nothing to do with the deliverance we experience from the Law of Sin and Death when we were born again. This deliverance has to do with the outer-man and cannot take place until after the born-again experience.
You need to be delivered from spiritual bondage and demon contamination.
First Salvation, then Restoration.
Salvation, or the more correct theological term “Regeneration”, is a spiritual phenomenon that deals only with the human spirit, or what Paul referred to as the “inner-man”. However, after regeneration has been achieved and the lost has become saved, contrary to popular belief, there remains a vitally important step to be taken.
This second step is known as “Restoration.” Restoration unlike regeneration is a process. This process consists of cleaning up what Paul referred to as the “outer-man”, which is composed of the mind and body.
No believer will ever successfully live in the fullness of the Spirit, much less achieve his or her spirits potential unless the outer-man (the mind and the body) , is cleansed of all filthiness (II Cor. 7:1) and brought into submission to the inner-man (the spirit), so that the renewing of the mind referred to in Romans 12:2 can begin to take place. All of this is, of course, where deliverance comes into focus.
Can a man be a Christian and demonized at the same time?
Not every believer accepts the premise that every Christian has the need to be delivered from evil spirit contamination and spiritual bondage in spite of the fact that the overwhelming preponderance of scriptural evidence indicated differently. I will give you some examples of that evidence.
•Example 1: Being born again does not bring physical healing nor deliverance
For instance, if we believe that the Holy Spirit enters our inner man the moment we are “born again” then why do we balk at the idea that demon spirits legally enter our outer-man at physical birth? After all, the Psalmist said (51:5), “Behold, I was shaped in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me. Sin? Iniquity? Are these offenses not the breeding ground for demons?
Some say that the new birth experience deals with any demons that might be in us. Not so. We read Matthew 10:1.. . And power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease.” (See Mark 3:14, 15 and Luke 9:1) To me, the author is saying that casting out demons and healing disease which is divided only by a comma are synonymous. And if that is true then how would it be possible for the new birth experience to automatically deal with any demons in us without automatically healing all of our physical diseases? While there are exceptions to all rules. If you had cancer before you accepted Christ, you have cancer after your acceptance of him.
The proof that healing and casting our demons are synonymous, can be found in the book of Mark, in the story about the deaf and dumb boy. Jesus did not heal this boy in the conventional way. Rather, cast out the demons that were counterfeiting the symptoms of deafness and dumbness.
•Example 2: Wrong interpretation of II Corinthians 5:17 It has been my experience that in most cases those who do not accept that a born again believer can be demonized have absolutely no foundation whatsoever for their position.Sometime during their Christian experience they were simply told that the Lord cannot or will not occupy the same temple with Satan. As a rule, the really serious dissenters generally cite II Corinthians 5:17 as proof that Christ and Satan cannot co-exist in man . . . That it is, either, or! Well . . . Let us examine this passage. "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: Old things are passed away: behold, all things are become new." Now, at first glance this scripture would appear to settle the deliverance question for once and for all, because one is left with the distinct impression that salvation alone deals with the entire human condition. How I used to agonize, when someone would throw this passage at me. But we know that all that glitters is not gold. So . . .Let's look a little further. The key word in this passage is "MAN".If a man be . . . Now, if we are to understand what Paul is saying here, if we are to settle this dilemma of whether a man can be Christianized and demonized at the same time, we must first understand the context in which Paul uses the word, "MAN". The answer in part, can be found in 1 Thessalonians 5:23 where Paul writes, "I pray God your whole SPIRIT and SOUL and BODY be preserved." The English word for soul is mind. What Paul is saying is that man is made up of three separate parts. We think of God as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Three yet one, one, yet three. And so it is with man. Spirit, mind and body. In II Corinthians 4:16 Paul wrote: “But though our outward man is consumed, yet our inward man is renewed day by day.” •Example 3: The new birth starts an internal war between the inner and outer-man.
Notice that Paul refers to the Spirit as the inner-man and to the mind and body as the outer-man. Watchman Nee referred to the mind and body as the outer and the outermost man.
What is the significance of this?
It simply means that though the inner-man and the outward-man are connected, they are in every sense separate which allows them to be sustained by different lifelines. By different lifelines, I mean that while the human spirit may be in harmony with the Creator, as a result of regeneration, it is possible for the mind and body to actually exist in a state of carnality. Paul was faced with this situation at the church in Corinth. The Corinthian people were saved by they were living in a state of carnality. There can be no argument about this. All of us know born again believers who are attempting to enjoy the best of both worlds. But can the statement be substantiated scripturally?
In the book of Hebrews, the author writes, "For the word of God is quick and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of the mind and the spirit". (The word "asunder" means in different directions.) Now, I have heard this passage quoted many times, to prove a number of things . . . But, what the author is saying is this, when the human spirit is supernaturally changed as a result of regeneration, it actually becomes at war with the outer-man with which it resides. Furthermore, this state of war between the inner-man and the outer-man will continue to exist until the outer-man is delivered, ultimately resulting in restoration. In other words, the outer-man must be brought into submission to the inner-man.
Further proof of this can be found in Galatians 5:16-17, "This I say then, walk in the spirit and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh. For the flesh lusteth against the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary, the one to the other." Absolute proof of two separate men.
And that's it. What Paul is saying is, that the whole man is made up of two separate men. The inner-man and the outer-man.
This being true, then what "MAN" is Paul referring to in II Corinthians?
REPEAT! "If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away: behold, all things are become new." Paul was of course referring to the inner-man only, not the whole man! As one would, if they were to ask the question, "Where do I go, when I die?"
So, what does actually take place when an unbeliever is born again (saved)? Well, the Holy Spirit comes into the human spirit and the two spirits become as one. In other words, when the Holy Spirit enters an unbeliever a spiritual phenomenon takes place where upon the human spirit is regenerated. It springs forth into life.
When this marvelous phenomenon occurs, two things take place: First, our sin is washed away by the blood of theLamb.
Second, where we will spend eternity is decided right then and there.
But that is all that happens. Salvation is a matter dealing only with the inner man. Again, whatever condition the outer-man was in prior to the "born again" experience, he remains in after the born again experience period.
Deliverance alone is not a panacea. And yet, it is the key to becoming an overcomer. The renewing of the mind that Paul spoke of in Romans 12:2 cannot take place until it is first cleansed of all filthiness.
Deliverance does the cleansing. In fact, in many instances, after the sinner is saved and the euphoria of the salvation experience wears off, he is in worse condition because now the inner man is occupied by the Holy Spirit while the outer man remains occupied by evil (Psalms 51:5), and this creates a war between the two men that we have been referring to.
How is this situation dealt with? In Luke 10:19 Jesus actually transferred the responsibility of our outer man back to us. He said, "I give (transfer) unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions and over all the power of the enemy and nothing shall by any means hurt you." (Jesus of course meant that nothing shall hurt you if you exercise that power.) Paul made this final when he told the church at Corinth, and I paraphrase, "Cleanse yourselves of all filthiness, perfecting yourselves unto holiness", (Paul was referring to the outer man.)
To clean up the outer-man of evil spirit contamination, strongholds and bondage’s and take him back to where man was prior to the introduction of sin into the world, he must go through a process known as restoration which includes the implementation of the Laws of:
•Substitution •Resurrection and •Redemption of the outer-man
When this takes place, any evil in the outer-man is displaced and Christ takes over as he did in the inner-man following regeneration.
Now that Frank has passed there is no deliverance, and even though I worked with Frank for 24 years in this ministry, I do not do deliverance. He taught me that I would be attacked by working out from my covering. There are some things women should not do, and this is one of them. Women should not take leadership positions, or it opens them up to attack by the forces of evil.
I will however do warfare for you, and remove the Matrix of the World System that is over you and put you under the Overcoming Matrix and Overcoming Lucifer Matrix which will give you all of the benefits of this ministry and all that Frank Brim did in his work for Christ.
Simply contact me on the contact page and ask me to put you under the new matrix and any other help that you need in warfare. You are free to call me as well. Hope this helps.