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Demonic power and children

Updated: Oct 4, 2022

I’m an advocate for folks getting therapy, but let me say this, much of what we see today is demonic.


The most prominent effective psychologist, psychiatrist, or psychotherapist in the world can’t provide treatment for people possessed with demons.


Teachers are leaving schools by the droves because students are physically attacking them.  Students are randomly attacking other students, while mental health professionals seek new methods to treatment the behavior.


There is controversy in the Christian world how to handle demon possessed people. When some Christians speak out and expose the behavior is a demon, folks lash against them saying, “You people always judging.”


The same folks will rally and support popular music artist who tell the world they have two or more personalities embodied, and some are not ashamed to say they are an agent of Satan… “When I perform the dominate personality takes over.” They're letting you know the spirit of darkness, satan takes over. Many Christian leaders invite them to their pulpits to perform.


The compromise has many parents allowing demonic influenced music in their homes. The demons get comfortable and establish precedence. Real talk folks!  The parent wonders why their children’s behavior is changing… and warfare is raging in their home(s).


I recently watched a few mother’s on their social media platforms solicit help from the public because their children were out of control. They sat in their cars profusely crying and begging the public for solutions how to handle their unruly out of control children. They said, “My children are taking over my home,” and they feared returning home to face the demon(s) taunting their children.


People immediately jump to conclusions as a means to justify their uncertainties or traditional methods of correction and say the parent spoiled the child. The father is not there, or not enough spankings or chastisements. These are legit reasons, but…


Let me say this, if the presence of God does not dwell in your home, you’re susceptible to demons entering and taking over your home. That’s the world we are living in today. Let me extend it, he will “try” to enter the homes of believers. Noted, I said “try”…It’s real folks!


The infamous video circulating on social media is the fifteen year old who totally destroyed his mothers home.  I watched the video several times, and the magnitude of destruction, it was evident that his rage was beyond human.


“… a man came up to Jesus, kneeling before Him and saying, Lord, have mercy on my son, for he is a lunatic (moonstruck) and suffers terribly; for he often falls into the fire and often into the water."

(Matthews 17:14-15).


Psychological science views the son’s  mental capacity as deranged. The burning and attempting to drown himself as self inflicted wounds.


Moonstruck is a mental unbalance which influence one’s personality and behavior and can result in the person inflicting danger on others. Psychiatrist and physicians treat this behavior with medications, a bandage which does not resolve the root of the problem.


The man had previously brought his son to the disciples, but they were unable to heal him. When Jesus learned this, He reprimanded the disciples. They ask Jesus, “Why could we not drive it out?” Jesus said it’s because of your lack of faith. Then Jesus continues saying,  “[But this kind of demon does not go out except by prayer and fasting.],” (Matthews 17:21).   


I encourage parents that might be suffering because they were unaware, unlearned, or let your guards down and demons entered the home to take it back! You just read what to do.


Understand this, “The weapons of our warfare are not physical [weapons of flesh and blood]. Our weapons are divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses,” (2 Corinthians 10:4).


Your power and strength is among the believers of Christ where faith, fasting, and prayer is a lifestyle. Demons tremble when they hear the name of Jesus.


~SAR~



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