Demonic Groupings and Orders in the kingdom of Satan

Demonic Groupings and Orders in the kingdom of Satan
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Demons are identified according to their nature. A 
demon of hate is called “hate”. Each demon is a 
specialist. A hate demon does not foster lust - he only 
promotes hatred. When demons are commanded to 
name themselves, they will usually name themselves in 
identity with their nature, e.g. rebellion, cursing, 
indifference, etc. Occasionally a demon will give a 
personal name such as “Jim” or “Shirley”. At times they 
will give foreign names. This is a deceptive measure to 
keep the deliverance minister from knowing their true 
nature. The minister should command the demons to 
reveal their nature, saying, “What is your nature, 
demon?” 

Indwelling demons are seldom found singly; they are 
together in groups. Such groupings may be referred to 
as colonies, clans or families. When one demon is 
detected or discerned, one should immediately be 
alerted to look for its companions. A group of demons is 
banded together for the purpose of controlling a 
particular area of a person’s life. Therefore, there is a 
very logical pattern of spirits to be found in any 
particular group. Certain types of spirits are found over 
and over in the same combinations; however, one must 
not assume that the combination will always be the 
same. THE POSSIBILITIES FOR GROUPINGS ARE 
UNLIMITED. 



Within each group there will be a “strong man' or 
ruling spirit. Often during ministry a ruling spirit will 
be specifically identified. It is not always necessary that 
he be identified as a ruling spirit in order to effect the 
deliverance. Such identification will usually be given 
reasons. First, the Holy Spirit may be directing an order 
of procedure. The deliverance minister will want to be 
alert to whatever battle plan the Lord may give. There 
are situations where the Lord will direct that the ruling 
spirit be dealt with first and then his companions. At 
other times the leading of the Lord will be to drive out 
the lesser spirits first and the ruling spirit last. There 
seems to be no real merit in questioning why the Lord 
leads one way and then another. A good soldier is 
trained to follow orders without questioning his 
commander. At times he may be given great latitude in 
choosing his own route of attack, and at other times his 
orders are quite specific. The same is true in the battles 
of spiritual warfare. 

A second reason why the ruling spirit may be identified 
is that it is for the benefit of the person receiving 
deliverance. It can be quite helpful to know which spirit 
to be on special guard against in the future. Some 
spirits are especially tied in with habit patterns that 
must be changed and areas of the carnal man that must 
be crucified. Subsequent to deliverance the person will 
have to fight some battles on his own to maintain his 
deliverance. It is very helpful to know exactly what one 
is fighting, and what is flesh and what is demon spirit. 
From experience gained through hundreds of 
deliverance sessions and in dealing with demon 



groupings, I am persuaded that the ruling spirit is the 
first spirit to invade a certain area. Because he is the 
first to gain entrance he can establish himself as the 
ruler. He then becomes the key to opening the way for 
other spirits to enter. When demons are being driven 
out it is not uncommon to give a command to the ruling 
spirit, “Come out and bring all of your companions with 
you!” or “Come out and bring all your roots!” If any 
part of a group is not expelled, the way is left for the 
group to be let back in. For this reason the deliverance 
should be as thorough as possible. 

More than one spirit of a certain type may be found 
within a given group. For example, the bitterness 
colony may contain several demons of resentment. Also, 
a certain type of demon may be present in more than 
one group. For example, a demon of anger may be found 
in the bitterness clan and another anger demon in the 
perfection clan. In one deliverance several groups of 
spirits were cast out. In each group there was a spirit of 
depression. It is only by the operation of the 
supernatural gift of discernment that one can know 
that all such combinations of spirits have been dealt 
with. 

The following list of demon groups represents patterns 
experienced through actual deliverance sessions. 

THESE GROUPINGS ARE ONLY SUGGESTIVE OF WHAT 
MAY BE ENCOUNTERED. THE LISTING IS BY NO MEANS 
INTENDED TO BE EXHAUSTIVE, NOR THE GROUPINGS 
TO BE INVARIABLE. An explanation is given of some of 



the groupings listed. This is to offer some insight into 
the problems caused by particular groups of spirits. 
Most of the groups are rather self-explanatory. 

Your authors believe that the information given in this 
chapter will prove to be of great practical value to those 
who are moving into deliverance ministry. It will help 
anyone to better understand how demons set 
themselves up in groups. Years of study and experience 
are condensed into a few pages. 



Common Demon Groupings 


1. BITTERNESS 

Resentment 

Hatred 

Unforgiveness 

Violence 

Temper 

Anger 

Retaliation 

Murder 

2. REBELLION 

Self-will 

Stubbornness 

Disobedience 

Anti-submissiveness 

3. STRIFE 

Contention 

Bickering 

Argument 

Quarreling 

Fighting 

4. CONTROL 

Possessiveness 

Dominance 

Witchcraft 


5. RETALIATION 

Destruction 

Spite 

Hatred 

Sadism 

Hurt 

Cruelty 

6. ACCUSATION 

Judging 

Criticism 

Faultfinding 

7. REJECTION 

Fear of Rejection 
Self-rejection 

8. INSECURITY 

Inferiority 

Self-Pity 

Loneliness 

Timidity 

Shyness 

Inadequacy 

Ineptness 



9. JEALOUSY 

Envy 

Suspicion 

Distrust 

Selfishness 

10. WITHDRAWAL 

Pouting 

Daydreaming 

Fantasy 

Pretension 

Unreality 

11. ESCAPE 

Indifference 

Stoicism 

Passivity 

Sleepiness 

Alcohol 

Drugs 

12 PASSIVITY 
Funk 

Indifference 

Listlessness 

Lethargy 

13. DEPRESSION 

Despair 

Despondency 

Discouragement 

Defeatism 


Dejection 

Hopelessness 

Suicide 

Death 

Insomnia 

Morbidity 

14. HEAVINESS 

Gloom 

Burden 

Disgust 

15. WORRY 

Anxiety 

Fear 

Dread 

Apprehension 

16. NERVOUSNESS 

Tension 

Headaches 

Nervous Habits 

Restlessness 

Excitement 

Insomnia 

Roving 

17. SENSITIVENESS 

Self-awareness 
Fear of man 
Fear of disapproval 



18. PERSECUTION 

Unfairness 
Fear of judgment 
Fear of condemnation 
Fear of accusation 
Fear of reproof 
Sensitiveness 

19. MENTAL ILLNESS 

Insanity 

Madness 

Mania 

Retardation 

Senility 

Schizophrenia 

20. SCHIZOPHRENIA 

(See Chapter 21) 

21. PARANOIA 

Jealousy 

Envy 

Suspicion 

Distrust 

Persecution 

Fears 

Confrontation 

22. CONFUSION 

Frustration 

Incoherence 

Forgetfulness 


23. DOUBT 

Unbelief 

Skepticism 

24. INDECISION 

Procrastination 

Compromise 

Confusion 

Forgetfulness 

Indifference 

254. SELF-DECEPTION 

Self-delusion 

Self-seduction 

Pride 

26. MIND-BINDING 

Confusion 
Fear of man 
Fear of failure 
Occult spirits 
Spiritism spirits 

27. MIND IDOLATRY 

Intellectualism 

Rationalization 

Pride 

Ego 

28. FEARS (All Kinds) 

Phobias (All Kinds) 
Hysteria 



29. FEAR OF AUTHORITY Intolerance 


Lying 

Deceit 

30. PRIDE 

Ego 

Vanity 

Self-righteousness 

Haughtiness 

Importance 

Arrogance 

31. AFFECTATION 

Theatrics 

Playacting 

Sophistication 

Pretension 

32. COVETOUSNESS 

Stealing 
Kleptomania 
Material Lust 
Greed 
Discontent 

33. PERFECTION 

Pride 

Vanity 

Ego 

Frustration 

Criticism 

Irritability 


Anger 

34. COMPETITION 

Driving 

Argument 

Pride 

Ego 

35. IMPATIENCE 

Agitation Frustration 
Intolerance 
Resentment 
Criticism 

36. FALSE BURDEN 

False responsibility 
False compassion 

37. GRIEF 

Sorrow 

Heartache 

Heartbreak 

Crying 

Sadness 

Cruel 

38. FATIGUE 

Tiredness 

Weariness 

Laziness 



39. INFIRMITY 

(any disease or sickness) 

40. DEATH 

41. INHERITANCE 

(Physical) 

(Emotional) 

(Mental) 

(Curses) 

42. HYPERACTIVITY 

Restlessness 

Driving 

Pressure 

43. CURSING 

Blasphemy 

Course jesting 

Gossip 

Criticism 

Backbiting 

Mockery 

Belittling 

Railing 

44. ADDICTIVE & 
COMPULSIVE 

Nicotine 

Alcohol 

Drugs 

Medications 


Caffeine 

Gluttony 

45. GLUTTONY 

Nervousness 

Compulsive Eating 

Resentment 

Frustration 

Idleness 

Self-pity 

Self-reward 

46. SELF-ACCUSATION 

Self-hatred 

Self-condemnation 

47. GUILT 

Condemnation 

Shame 

Unworthiness 

Embarrassment 

48. SEXUAL IMPURITY 

Lust 

Fantasy Lust 

Masturbation 

Homosexuality 

Lesbianism 

Adultery 

Fornication 

Incest 

Harlotry 



Rape 

Exposure 

Frigidity 

49. CULTS 

Jehovah’s Witness 

Christian Science 

Rosicrucianism 

Theosophy 

Urantia 

Subud 

Latihan 

Unity 

Mormonism 
Bahaism 
Unitarianism 
(Lodges, societies & 
social agencies using 
the Bible & God as a 
basis but omitting 
the blood atonement 
of Jesus Christ) 

50. OCCULT 

Ouija Board 
Palmistry 

Handwriting analysis 
Automatic handwriting 
ESP 

Hypnotism 

Horoscope 

Astrology 


Levitation 
Fortune Telling 
Water Witching 
Tarot Cards 
Pendulum 
Witchcraft 
Black Magic 
White Magic 
Conjuration 
Incantation 
Charms 
Fetishes 
Etc. 

51. RELIGIOUS 

Ritualism 

Formalism 

Doctrinal obsession 

Seduction 

Doctrinal error 

Fear of God 

Fear of Hell 

Fear of lost salvation 

Religiosity 

Etc. 

52. SPIRITISM 

Seance 
Spirit guides 
Necromancy 
Etc. 



53. FALSE RELIGIONS 

Buddhism 

Taoism 

Hinduism 

Islam 

Shintoism 

Confucianism 

Etc. 



Bitterness 


In Hebrews 12:15 a warning is sounded: “lest any root 
of bitterness springing up TROUBLE you, and thereby 
many be defiled.” The root of bitterness is responsible 
for much “trouble”. Bitterness harbored in the heart for 
any length of time will open the door for demon 
invasion. This is probably the most common opening 
for demon activity. In the majority of cases the 
bitterness is towards someone within the immediate 
family. 

Bitterness spirits keep alive hurtful incidents. Things 
that happened years ago are as fresh and alive in the 
memory as if they had only happened today. Thus, the 
person not only copes with current problems but is 
ever faced with the backlog of hurts. The spirit of 
unforgiveness keeps alive every detail of the hurts; 
reviews them continuously in the person’s mind. The 
most trivial hurt is neither forgiven nor forgotten. 
Whenever the attitude of bitterness is found, one may 
expect to find the demons of bitterness, resentment and 
hatred. In some instances the chain of spirits goes on to 
include other or all of the spirits in the grouping. 

Rebellion 

Rebellion is the spirit of antichrist - of disobedience and 
disrespect for authority. God has established authority 
in the home, church and civil government. God Himself 
is our supreme authority. To assert self- will above any 
level of authority in God’s divine order is to entertain 



demons of rebellion. To keep delivered in this area 
necessitates complete submission to all God constituted 
authority 


Control 

Control spirits are found in such cases as: (1) A parent 
showing unnatural control over a grown child, (2) 
husband or wife domineering over the other, (3) a 
pastor being a dictator rather than a shepherd, (4) a 
member of a prayer group controlling the group or 
others in the group. The methods of control may 
involve false visions, revelations; prophecies and the 
like. Such control amounts to witchcraft seeking to 
control another person (getting him to do what you 
want him to do) by knowingly or unknowingly 
employing the power of an evil spirit. 

The deliverance minister must also be prepared to 
minister to the victims of control spirits. Have the 
dominated person renounce all demonic control, 
declare his release from the bondage on the basis of 
liberty in Christ Jesus, and adamantly refuse any 
further control. The freed person must learn to exercise 
his own will and make his own decisions. He may 
require personal deliverance from spirits of insecurity, 
inferiority and fear. Too, spirits of condemnation may 
try to persuade him that he is hurting the other person 
to whom he has had such a close attachment. He may 
need help in being able to separate the person from the 
demons in the person. When this is accomplished he 
can love the person but hate the demons that seek to 



control him. 


Retaliation 

This group usually stems out of the root of bitterness. 
These spirits advocate returning evil for evil. An 
interesting manifestation has been observed when 
young children were being delivered of this type of 
spirit. When a parent was holding the child during the 
deliverance we have seen the child pinch, bite or hit the 
parent. The disposition of the child would change 
instantly once the demons were out. Adults are more 
likely to retaliate through spiteful acts or words. 

Rejection 

The door for the spirit of rejection to enter is most 
frequently opened during childhood, and even while a 
baby is still in its mother’s womb. When a child is 
unwanted, the fetus is opened for the entrance of a 
demon of rejection. I find that some persons are 
definitely repelled by such a suggestion. They think it 
terribly unfair that such a thing be possible. We must 
remember the devil is no gentleman, and he is not 
regulated by rules of fair sportsmanship. Rather, he is 
extremely evil and does not hesitate for a moment to 
take full advantage of a situation which will foster his 
evil purposes. Satan delights in finding an Achilles heel 
for a target, choosing the weakest moments in life to 
attack. When is a person most defenseless? Before he is 
given birth and during infancy. 



It is said of John the Baptist before he was born, “He 
shall be filled with the Holy Ghost, even from his 
mother’s womb” (Luke 1:15b). Since the Holy Spirit 
entered John the Baptist before birth, we need not 
doubt the ability of a demon spirit to enter a person 
before birth. 

An unwed mother came to me for ministry. Because of 
the circumstances of the baby’s conception, she 
admitted that she did not want the child and had 
considered abortion. At the time of the ministry she 
was in her eighth month of pregnancy. Several demons 
were cast out of the fetus, including the spirit of 
rejection. As these spirits were challenged, the 
expectant mother experienced sharp pains in the 
womb area of her body. These pains completely 
disappeared as the demons came out through the 
mother’s mouth. 

The deliverance minister will do well to question all 
who come for ministry as to the possibility of rejection. 
It is extremely common and often very strong. Most 
children who have been adopted will have spirits of 
rejection. The very circumstances that necessitated the 
child’s adoption will have provided an opening for 
spirits of rejection to gain entrance. 

Rejection will usually become a three-headed monster. 
In addition to the basic spirit of rejection there will be a 
fear-of rejection spirit and a self-rejection spirit. The 
presence of these demons is readily evidenced through 
a person’s inability to receive love or to give love to 



others. Because he has been rejected he becomes 
fearful of close relationships through which he could 
experience further hurt. He is afraid to accept the love 
of others and holds himself aloof. The way is opened for 
fear-of-rejection. 

Self-rejection comes along to add to the torment. The 
person who feels that he is rejected by others will 
decide there is something wrong with himself that 
makes others not like him. He turns his thoughts 
inward and begins to hate himself for what he is. This is 
self-rejection. 


Indecision 

These are mental spirits. They are quite common. A 
person should normally be able to weigh the factors 
involved and reach a decision, but these spirits can 
torment a person over making the smallest decision. 

Every decision looms as a major crisis. When he cannot 
decide he postpones. Indecision has led to 
procrastination, The longer he weighs a matter the 
more confused he becomes. In desperation or 
frustration he compromises his decision and settles for 
less than best. Or he may escape the responsibility of 
making a decision by forgetting. 

In some cases procrastination precedes indecision and 
is the leading spirit. The clue to a procrastination spirit 
in a child is when the child is heard to say often, “In a 
minute.” For example, a mother tells her child to clean 



up his room. The child replies, “In a minute, Mother.” 
He really intends to be obedient but the spirit of forget¬ 
fulness pulls it out of his mind. When he is reminded he 
will explain, “Oh, I forgot.” The mother must then 
exercise authority. When such a situation arises 
repeatedly the child may become stubborn and 
rebellious. 


Self-Deception 

“The deceived and the deceiver are his” (Job 12:16). The 
Lord gave us this verse during a ministry to identify a 
deep problem in Mr. P. For more than twenty years he 
had been self-deceived in believing that he was on the 
verge of a great spiritual revelation concerning the 
Trinity He believed this revelation would astound the 
entire Christian world. He demonstrated to us how he 
believed the revelation would come. He carefully folded 
a sheet of paper several ways and tore small pieces out 
of it. As each piece of paper was unfolded it was seen to 
be a symbol or letter. He believed that one day he 
would be able to tear and interpret Spirit-inspired 
symbols that would reveal once and for all the mystery 
of the Godhead. Self-delusion, self -seduction and pride 
(companion spirits) convinced him that he, an 
unknown, would become world renowned. 

His whole problem had grown out of rejection. His 
father, a minister, had rejected him from childhood. In 
an attempt to receive his father’s approval and love he 
was opened to spirits of delusion which convinced him 
not only that he would become famous but that his 



fame would come through a spiritual revelation which 
would win the admiration of his father. 

Renunciation of the delusion was not easy for Mr. P. He 
had great fear that he would be failing God. In such 
cases of self-deception the person must be confronted 
with the error, and the delusion must be renounced. 
When a person falls out of agreement with the lies of 
the demons he is able to retain his deliverance. 

Perfection 

There is a place for organization, orderliness and a job 
well done. The perfection demon makes a bondage out 
of these attributes. For example, a person has planned 
his day. He has decided all that he will do and fit it into 
a schedule. He binds himself to that schedule. He leaves 
no room for variation. It is a perfect plan. He is proud 
that he is able to plan and perform so well. Then 
something or someone interferes with that plan. He 
grows irritable. Now he is not able to complete his 
schedule. 

He cannot adjust to the interruption. Frustration sets 
in. Anger rises against the person or thing that has 
broken his plan. Thus, a whole set of demons is set in 
motion. The conflict is both inward and outward. 

Rejection is often behind perfection. The rejected 
person strives for perfection in an effort to earn respect 
and acceptance. In other instances perfection is a 
compensation for inferiority. 



False Burden 


The devil delights in wearing out the saints. The devil, 
unlike God, will put more upon God’s children than 
they are able to bear. Jesus declared that His yoke is 
easy and His burden light. A false burden is heavy to 
bear and is usually self-assumed. Even a pious burden 
for souls may be satanically imposed. God has a time 
and a way as well as a purpose. Flowing with the Spirit 
takes out all the strain. Many believers need 
deliverance from false burdens, responsibilities and 
compassions - those that are not from God. 

Religious Error 

Religious error is a broad designation embracing false 
religions, Christian cults, occult practices and false 
doctrines. Involvement with any of these sources of 
error can open the door for evil spirits. The association 
or contact need not be extensive. 

Any Christian who has had involvement with any kind 
of religious error should renounce it. In most cases 
deliverance is needed to free him of oppression. These 
religious error demons have been found to cause: 
mental confusion, binding of the mind, dullness of 
comprehension, depression, fears, physical pains, 
physical illnesses, false pride, unteachableness, 
resistance to Biblical truth and spiritual hindrances (to 
prayer, Bible reading, sermon listening, gifts of the 
Spirit and faith). 

23 Comments

  • Reply June 24, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    there you go Isara Mo Shane Brown Joe Absher BTW Link Hudson did you see this comment left for you? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/ex-warlock-take-on-jezebel/#comment-81027

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Varnel Watson

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Isara Mo

      Troy Day
      I have listened more than two times the Joni round table talk on Unmasking Jezebel…
      I think John Paul Jackson covered the sub well..

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Isara Mo

      Troy Day
      Nevertheless brother Troy I think Jezebel has now taken more time than any other…in.our discussions and lest we are manipulated by her to give her glory without knowing, lets put her in a bottle and seal it and forget her and revert to the WORD OF GOD …

    • Reply June 25, 2019

      Link Hudson

      How is the ‘Jezebel spirit’ idea consistent with the article linked in the OP or some of the other demon-related or spirit-related articles that have been posted in recent threads? The OP argues that demons align with very specific attributes, e.g. such as hate, rejection, etc. Each negative trait is associated with a specific theory. This is along the lines of what I wrote about ‘abstract animism.’

      If each trait lines up with one demon, what about the so-called ‘Jezebel spirit’. Jesus referred to that woman Jezebel who called herself a prophetess. (He did not say ‘Jezebel spirit.’) She was involved in leading God’s people to fornicate and eat meat offered to idols– two elements of Canaanite religion like the Baal, etc. worship that Jezebel was promoting. Jesus did not mention domineering her husband, a king, killing prophets, etc. in this passage. There are those who write books and articles about ‘the Jezebel spirit’ who list several negative characteristics that resemble Jezebel in some way, and say those are symptoms of ‘the Jezebel spirit.’

      But if trying to get people to eat meat offered to idols is done by just one spirit, and promoting fornication is the sole and exclusive job of the spirit of lust, and if domineering the husband is the work of just one kind of spirit, and making people want to kill prophets is the sole work of just one kind of spirit, how could all this get clustered under ‘the Jezebel spirit.

      I saw another post with several characteristics of the so-called ‘religious spirit’– one supposed spirit that manifests in lots of different ways, not a large number of spirits.

      These demonology theories seem a bit inconsistent with one another.

      If the gods of the nations are demons, do the demons line up at all with the characteristics of the mythologies of these gods? Baal was more than a serpent-smoting spirit, I suppose, though he was supposed to have defeated Lotan (Canaanite cognate for Leviathan) in their mythology.

      I am not saying the author of this post cannot have genuine experiences that he is speaking from. I am not an excorcism specialist with very detailed experiences. I have some experience with this sort of thing. But I haven’t sat around commanding spirits to tell me their names and who they are associated with. I am weary of that sort of thing since demons can lie, obviously. Jesus did ask one demoniac what his name was. But what if there are excorcists out there picking up bad demonology from demons and spreading the doctrine they got from demons among others in the body of Christ? A Rebecca Brown trilogy comes to mind as a book that presents some rather wonky-sounding doctrines that seem to have come from talking with an alleged demonized witch.

      I do not recall this article actually stating it, but does the author think that all hate or all lust is caused by a spirit or is a spirit? Is every negative characteristic or sinful attitude an actual demon? Where is there room for the flesh to have a negative impact then? Is casting out demons a cure-all for spiritual and emotional problems, or is there a role for overcoming the flesh?

      This type of thinking also seems to line up with the type of thinking among some Charismatics that Christians need deliverance from demons, too. If you think all unforgiveness, all lust, etc. is a demon, then you think the Christian who falls in one of these areas is demonized and needs ‘deliverance’ in the sense of a demon cast out of him/her. That is not standard Pentecostal demonology..certainly not A/G demonology,, Troy Day, but some Charismatics see it that way.

      It is a stretch to say that the Bible teaches all these characteristics are demons. Wouldn’t we expect to see Jesus and the apostles casting out more demons if every negative attitude were a demon? Do we ever see Jesus commanding demons of unbelief out of all the Pharisees? Did Paul do such a thing? There are some specialty demons, apparently. Some demons do divination, and there are familiar spirits. But we don’t know for sure that all demons are not able to be these spirits when in a host who wants them to do so. A lot of our ideas about the spirit world may be assumptions.

      There is also the danger of creating a body of doctrine that does not come from the Bible. For example, the idea that there is a Jezebel spirit that is some kind of demon or principality is not in the Bible.

      I am not saying that the Holy Spirit, through a word of knowledge or gift of discernment, could not reveal to someone that there is a spirit with the characteristics of Jezebel at work. We need to judge this like we would a prophecy. But I am very wary of turning this into a doctrine. Someone reads and hears about the ‘Jezebel spirit’ from preachers who did not discover about this spirit by supernatural means themselves. They take the idea that there is a ‘Jezebel spirit’ from other preachers, then add some Bible verses to it, even though there is no way to get the existence of a demon called a ‘Jezebel spirit’ from any text of scripture.

      There is so much rich doctrine in the Bible, so much for edification that is actually in there. If a preacher isn’t getting knowledge about the spirit-realm himself, why would he want second or third-hand revelation that isn’t backed up by the Bible? Isn’t that how Charismatic doctrine starts to drift off into weirdness?

    • Reply June 25, 2019

      Link Hudson

      The Table Talk/Joni show said the Jezebel spirit is a spirit of manipulation, control, envy, lust and greed. That contradicts the idea that all spirits are ‘pure-play’– one spirit for lust, one spirit for control, etc.

  • Reply June 24, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Link Hudson I am copying the comment by Albert in case you cant see it on your screen for whatever reason

    Hello Hudson, Hope you are are well.
    Those are the right questions here is some information to help answer those questions mostly likely if you are reading blogs like this you have been in a battle or two I will also include a link from two other preachers, as the mistake I made was when first began to deal with this where I did not come in Love and Grace when dealing with the people who where being controlled by it, also from what I have experienced it is a spirit but it works closely with witchcraft and other spirits, so it is more likely a battle strategy hope this helps, here some links but remember perfect love cast out all fear .
    John Paul Jackson unmasking the jezebel spirit
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fQWxpkWtGFg
    Bob Goff Show the love of Jesus it will blow you away!
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bLTzZiU6_S4
    Also please google Jospeh Prince he has a lot of teaching on Grace !
    What is the jezebel spirit bible verses:
    https://www.gotquestions.org/Jezebel-spirit.html
    I know that it is not very clear from what’s out there but this helped me to get a better understanding as well as how stand against such attacks in my experience it is a series of very well planned attacks from the enemy to in short derail us from following Jesus so basically what it says in John 10:10.
    But my suggestion to you is keep praying for The Holy Spirit to make it clear.
    Be blessed
    ARM

    http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/ex-warlock-take-on-jezebel/?fbclid=IwAR3v1dLbyq89D_mJWo9-aNgd3NM_u-YXmL8IIotbGZw7VWMCbwX8h7qkpn4#comment-81027

  • Reply June 24, 2019

    Joe Absher

    This just in…
    “The spirit of this age”

    https://youtu.be/kdh0DZTsyC4

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Isara Mo

      Joe Absher
      Larson has named her(it) right:”The spirit of this age”…

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Joe Absher

      He lists, witchcraft, sexual immortality, idolatry. Seems pretty accurate to me?

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Isara Mo

      Joe Absher
      Very accurate Joe.

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Isara Mo

      Joe Absher
      When I read and re read Rev 17 and look at the global spritual map I have no qualms that there is a very powerful evil spirit behind all..
      One of the seven angels said “Come, I will show you the punishment of the great prostitute, who sits by many waters. With her the kings of the earth committed adultery, and the inhabitants of the earth were intoxicated with the wine of her adulteries.”
      Revelation 17:1‭-‬2 NIV//
      The verse show evil global effect from kings to inhabitants..
      It doesn’t say “Jezebel” directly but the description fits her correctly.
      In Nahum 3: 4 the verse speaks of the ” mistress of sorceries…who enslaves NATIONS by her witchcraft..
      In Isaiah 47, the hallmarks of Jezebel are there, ..Babylon and witchcraft..
      Spirit do no die you know although systems may pass away: the same Babylonians spirits are just having a hey day as of old..with different names.
      At the end of the age Babylon is still in Gods sight…years and years after the civilisation was gone …if it is not an evil spirit what is it Joe?
      Witchraft and immorality is like hand and glove with Jezebel…as well as teaching and idolatry…
      Larson has her ID spot on….
      Those who dont believe there is a Jezebel spirit let them.do but for me, I received it from a higher source and saw her …more vicious than any wild animal I know….

    • Reply June 24, 2019

      Joe Absher

      The equal dangers of course are men that abuse women and authority. They will use Jezebel teaching or that betrayer Judas as a whipping boy to cover their own failures.

    • Reply June 26, 2019

      Link Hudson

      That just seems weird to me. Why would the mother of harlots be Jezebel? Isn’t that reading a 30 year old pop Charismatic doctrine back intoscripture?

    • Reply June 26, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Isn’t the myth that Lilith was Adam’s first wife, wanted to been in the female superior position, was rejected do Eve was made second? I do not se how that is Biblical? Is it an esoteric interpretation of a triliteral root or just pure legend?

      Later Lilith was believed to be a spirit that killed babies. Some Jews made magic bowls to ward it and other spirits off.

      Seems similar to me to Jezebel– a spirit not mentioned in scripture around which a set of extrabiblical doctrined developed. But Jezebel was a real person and the doctrines about the Jezebel spirit are tied loosely to scripture based on the assumption that one ‘spirit’ or type if spirit is behind a set of characteristics.

      Why woul

  • Reply June 25, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Isara Mo Joe Absher did you see the links in the comment ALBERT left for Link Hudson It resonates what Chad Macdonald has published about Jezebel spirits taking over America

    • Reply June 25, 2019

      Link Hudson

      I saw it. No time to see the links yet. I have hardly had time to glance at Facebook for the past week or so. It’s hard to find these threads once they’ve passed.

    • Reply June 26, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      YES Link Hudson jezebel spirits would do exactly that with your free time Just ask Isara Mo Chad Macdonald

    • Reply June 26, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Troy Day well my wife just had a miscarriage and I have been bust. But I think Jews may have blamed that on Lilith, who also started as a woman in their lore and was later considered an evil spirit, kind if like He ebel with Charismatics since the late 80s.

    • Reply June 27, 2019

      Varnel Watson

  • Reply June 26, 2019

    Daniel J Hesse

    R u sure?

    • Reply June 27, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      pretty sure

  • Reply June 27, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    When you hear ‘spirit of religion’ or ‘religious spirit’ do you think that means a demon or a set of characteristics only? What about a ‘Jezebel spirit’? Do you think that is an actual demon or principality, or just a set of characteristics.

    think of all of the passages that could be stretched to try to teach this stuff.

    The most obvious — perhaps because of Jentezen Franklin’s sermon on the topic — is the “spirit of python” in Acts 16:16. Of course the Bible never says anything about a spirit of python, it calls it a spirit of divination. But the Greek word for divination is “pythōna” which is where this teaching comes from. Of course, sound exegesis and teaching reveals that Paul is using this word to associate the spirit with region of Pytho and more specifically the oracle of Delphi.

    Associating this spirit with demonic oracle-like activity makes sense in light of what the slave girl in Acts 16 was doing. Franklin’s twisting of this passage to make this spirit one that “squeezes” the life, joy, and goodness out of believers

    The other that jumps to mind is the reference to Jezebel in Revelation 2:20. Clearly there are some similarities between this woman in the Thyatiran church and Ahab’s wife, so it makes sense that the writer (and the Lord!) would use the reference. Sound exegesis seems to clearly indicate that Christ is referring to a specific, living individual in the church demonstrating and expressing a demon who is animating or inspiring one or more individuals.

    This seems evident based on Christ’s description of having given her time to repent, and His promise to judge and punish her for not having done so (v. 21-23). It’s possible that ‘Jezebel’ here is literally her name, but it’s hard to imagine anyone naming their daughter Jezebel so a demon remains the only sound exegetical explanation Jesus said that that woman Jezebel taught the people to fornicate and to eat meat offered to idols, that might be the similarity with the ancient Jezebel.
    Those were aspects of Canaanite religion. Revelation 2 does mention her controlling the pastor-angel or killing the real prophets with her false prophecy and manipulation. This reference has to be spiritual in Revelation and her expressing a ‘spirit.’

    It kind of reminds me of Lilith, a woman from a legend about Adam’s first wife before Eve who was rejected because she wanted to be on top. Later Lilith was thought to be an evil spirit that killed babies.

    Do we suppose that the Bible tells us EVERYTHING about demons? No. But it does tell us all we NEED to know (namely, that they have to go in the Name of Jesus, etc.). For instance, wouldn’t you like to know more about why the demons wanted to go into the swine? What we have is mainly conjecture.

    Wouldn’t you like to know where demons come from? Some say they are fallen angels, etc. But to the best of my knowledge, that it nothing but conjecture, too.

    However, when someone speaks of a “Jezebel spirit,” I do not take this to be a particular DEMON, but rather a set of behaviors that can enable us to be more watchful with people exhibiting those behaviors. Just as the FBI has profilers that can tell us the traits of certain serial killers (believe it or not, cruelty to animals, bed-wetting, and fire starting are three things that show up in many or most serial killer profiles!), we would be foolish to ignore behaviors that often reveal darker things.

    The same with the “Jezebel spirit.” Like I said, I have never considered that a particular demon, but rather someone who is acting in a way that we believe Jezebel acted. Just as we can see people that are controlling, or insecure, or narcissistic–and can divine from that certain elements that we would be wise to regard in the future with other people/situations–so, too, can we see both negative and positive traits in Biblical characters and draw some conclusions.

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