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Rare the home without any strife, even among Christians. My heart is broken today as a divorced mother of two adult children, both of whom genuinely trusted Jesus as children (ages 10 & 12); both know the Word & were active in church. The divorce ruptured their worlds - as it did mine. They bear the scars and have closed Jesus out, not so much in rebellion as in deep disappointment. But my heart is heavy not only for my situation, but for thousands of other aching moms and dads who love Christ deeply, are walking in the Light of the Word, and standing in faith for their prodigal, wounded adult kids. My daughter has had evidence of minimal brain issues for many, many years. She is tormented in her precious soul & pulls her hair out to such a degree that she's been wearing wigs for 17 years (since age 17)! An unwed mother of my precious 6-yr-old grandson (who absolutely loves Jesus), an ICU nurse and suffering with indescribable spinal pain from serious injuries...she has totally changed her personality from the once sensitive, kind-hearted and loving person to being full of rage, bitterness, even hatred toward me...and, most sad, toward the Lord. Like Swilson's post today, she is taking the name of Jesus as a curse, using other filthy language, raging to the point of being psychotic to me in front of a frightened, confused little one who adores his otherwise-loving mommy. Do any of you experience this kind of rift in your family? IT COMES FROM THE PIT OF HELL where the advarsary is intent on destroying God's original and glorious plan for all of creation: THE FAMILY. A family of redeemed humans who love each other even as Jesus, Holy Spirit and Father love each other (John 17). PLEASE PRAY THAT TORMENTING DEMONS BE CAST AWAY FROM MY DAUGHTER; AND THAT HER BROKEN, PHYSICAL BRAIN BE RESTORED TO WHOLENESS so she can seek her Savior once again with a mind that is not fractured. I intercede for all brokenhearted moms, dads and grandparents reading this! We must totally release our "Isaac" to His control. __________________ Carol Bassett
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I displace in the name of Jesus all principalities, powers, strongholds, rulers of darkness, and spiritual wickedness in high places that operate within and against C’s daughter! I bind and cast out the tormenting spirits from her in Jesus’ name! I rebuke the spirit of hair-pulling, pain, rage, bitterness, hatred, and cursing in the name of Jesus! Unclean spirits, come out of C's daughter in Jesus’ name! I speak the spirit of peace, love, and joy into her mind and emotions in Jesus’ name. “ For this son (daughter) of mine was dead and is alive again; he (she) was lost and is found." C, as a nurse, doesn’t your daughter realize that she needs help? Is this behavior being noticed on her job? She could turn abusive toward her son or toward her patients in moments of rage. Medication could help some of these problems until she is delivered.
__________________ Donna G. Kelley