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Deliverance

Deliverance By Don Krow

Today we’re going to talk about demonology.  Jesus spent His ministry on earth casting out demons, healing the sick, raising the dead, and doing other miracles. About one-fourth of His ministry was spent expelling evil spirits from people. The Bible tells us in Acts 10:38, “How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with Him.” Also, 1 John 3:8 says, “For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.” I used to have a different view of demonology—that demons, evil spirits, unclean spirits, devils, whatever you want to call them—only appeared in India or third-world countries where the people don’t worship the True and Living God but worship idols. I was wrong. To read the full lesson text click here.

 To complete this course, watch the video below and then work through the question and answer section.

 Questions

​​1.  Read Ephesians 6:12. How does this verse describe our spiritual conflict with the demonic realm? 

2.  Read Mark 16:17. What does this verse teach us about the authority of the believer?

3.  Read James 4:7. What must a person seeking deliverance from demons do? 

4.  Read James 1:14. How does Satan deceive us into making something evil look desirable?

5.  Read Romans 6:13. If a person fills their life with the things of Christ, demons will get uncomfortable and leave on their own. What does this verse tell us to do?

6.  Read Romans 13:14. Demons feed on the works of the flesh, so starve them out by walking in God’s ways of love and purity.

7.  Read Luke 10:17-19. Jesus never tells us to pray to Him to cast out demons. He’s given us authority.

 Answers

​1.  It is described as wrestling. 

2.  We have the authority in Jesus’ name to cast out demons. 

3.  Submit themselves to God and resist the devil.

4.  He works with our own lust (to make something evil look desirable). 

5.   Don’t yield to sin but yield to God. Yield our members (parts of our body) as instruments of right doing. 

6.  We are to make no provision for the flesh.

7.  This verse tells us we have power and authority over all the power of the enemy.

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