Gen. 3:15 It shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.
Deut. 27 Curses are pronounced.
Deut. 28 Blessings for obedience and curses for disobedience.
Ester 2:1-4, 8-9, 12-17 And she obtained grace and favour in his sight.
Book of Job Disaster falls into our lives because God is testing our faith.
Isa. 53:4-5 Our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.
Isa. 62:1-4 No more be Forsaken; neither shall thy land any more be desolate.
Matt. 9:22 Daughter be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole.
Matt. 13:21 When tribulation or persecution ariseth, by and by he is offended.
Luke 13:1-5 Think ye that they were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jer.?
Luke 22:31-32 Satan hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat.
John 14:16 And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter.
John 16:33 In the world ye shall have tribulation; but be of good cheer.
Acts 3:6 In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk.
Acts 14:7-10 Stedfastly beholding him, perceiving he had faith to be healed.
Rom. 5:3 We glory in tribulations; knowing that tribulation worketh patience.
Rom. 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love.
Rom. 8:35 Tribulation, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, peril, sword?
Rom. 12:12 Patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer.
I Cor. 8:2 And if any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing.
I Cor. 13:12 For now we see through a glass darkly; now I know in part.
II Cor. 1:4 Comforteth us in all our tribulation; we may be able to comfort.
Eph. 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; it is the gift of God.
Eph. 4:11-13 Till we all come unto the measure of the stature of the fullness.
Phil. 4:19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches.
Col. 1:27 Which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.
I Thes. 3:4 We told you before that we should suffer tribulation.
I Thes. 5:18 In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ.
I Tim. 5:23 For thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities.
II Tim. 2:15 Shew thyself approved unto God, rightly dividing Word of Truth.
II Tim. 3:14 Continue in the things which thou has learned and been assured of.
II Tim. 4:20 But Trophimus have I left at Miletum sick.
Heb. 2:8 But now we see not yet all things put under him.
Heb. 11 What faith is; without faith we cannot please God.
James 5:20 Shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.
I Peter 2:24 Should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.
I Peter 4:1-2 Christ suffered for us in the flesh, arm yourselves likewise.
Rev. 2:10 Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life.
Rev. 3:14-21 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore.

As you know, Earline and I have been in the deliverance ministry for about fifteen years. We have worked with thousands of Christians in the area of healing and deliverance.

Recently, Earline was stricken with kidney failure. Otherwise, she is in fine shape for a woman who is fifty-nine years old.

We have known personally, or have known of men and women of God who have been stricken physically with infirmities. They may have even died before becoming seventy years old. These were people that we felt really tried to follow God and were doing a fine work in His Vineyard. They were also people that believed in the Whole Word of God.

Generally speaking, the ministry teaches the blessings of God and not the justice of God. We get the "bless-me club" personality. Generally speaking, the ministry does not teach about what Christians will go through as they follow Christ and obey His Word. The impression is "Once I become a Christian, I will have no more problems." This seems to be an area of the Bible that is primarily ignored. Many times Christians are taught this philosophy; then when it doesn't work, they leave the church.

My question to you is Why are these godly people stricken before their time of seventy years? In other words, what should we as Christians expect in the battle for the Lord? If we are living a godly life, should we expect to go through life without having any mental, physical, spiritual or material problems? What does the Bible teach about the lives of Christians? A good example is Paul. With the Love of Christ, Gene and Earline

We received replies from the following people to whom we are very grateful: Jo Anne Nystrom, Glen and Erma Miller, Dorthy and Harlan Deem, Ted Haggard, Edwin Edgerton, Frank Hammond, Lorraine A. Kupper, Buz Milosh, Dennis Mulder, Blanche Reynolds, Linda Sutter, Al Dagger, Norman Parish, Martin and Janice Turnbull, and Ann Pigg. We kept the letters and records of telephone conversations. It was quite an effort for those to try to answer our difficult questions. Thank you for your love and concern!

We want to express our heartfelt thanks for those who have prayed and interceded for us through the years. It is wonderful to hear that we are being prayed for our well being by those who love us and have compassion on us. Only God knows how your prayers may have helped to sustain us.

We have now been in the deliverance ministry for about twenty years. It has been about five years since Earline had her kidney failure. God has seen us through all the difficulties that we have faced in our lifetimes. We have seen God do many wonderful things around the world using us as his servants. Even though we have probably cast out thousands of demons, Satan does not leave us alone. In fact, he probably attacks those who are very active even more because they are a greater threat to his kingdom.

The wind may blow in your face to stop your progress now, but may be behind you in the future after you have worked your way through the problem. Move forward with the Lord. Our God is faithful and we must relinquish control to Him. Praise breaks certain bondages put on us by Satan. By all means repent; it is a way of life. We are comforted by the Word of God; standfast and trust in Jesus. Keep on ministering by faith and depend in the leadership of the Holy Spirit. God loves us and cares about us; He has all power and authority to direct our lives.

Earline and I have discussed, thought and prayed about this subject, both before and after Earline's failure of her kidneys, a considerable amount of time. There are many lessons to be learned by us and other Christians in this difficult area. The communications of others helped us to understand what we were going through. It is a real blessing to see what others go through in real life. It is an untruth to tell the Christian world that you, and your family, business and ministry have no problems, and that you are perfect just like Jesus Christ. We are still praying for answers for ourselves and for others. When Earline was in the hospital initially, we read the Book of Job seeking answers. Pay attention to what Job says as well as his so-called comforters.

This lesson was really written by others. We only compiled and edited it so that it could apply to the Body of Christ. It will give you a lot to think about as you ponder your life and the thoughts contained herein. This may be the most profound lesson that we have taught.

Do you believe that you have all of the answers to the problems we face here on earth? Are you living a perfect life in complete accord with the Bible? We don't believe that anyone has a complete understanding of the Bible. Everyone has problems; if you don't now, you will later. This includes those in the ministry and their families. God is sovereign and we can't change that fact of life. Rest assured that God's Word is a wonderful source of strength and comfort to suffering, hurting, poor people, as well as to those who are wealthy, all around the world. If we want life, we must keep His Commandments. We are all aware that if there was an easy answer, everyone would already know. Volumes could be written to properly answer the question raised, even in a general sense. Word of Wisdom, Word of Knowledge and Discerning of Spirits could be God's way of answering specifically for each of us. Inwardly, there might be the sins of the fathers or some break in Job's hedge; outwardly, there might be an onslaught from some coven or occult source that is getting through; and these are just a few possibilities. There are some valid truths coming from the "bless-me club" but they need to be balanced: God's love balanced by God's justice. There are no pat answers.

It may be God's purpose, not some other cause. What lessons can be learned? God can turn it around eventually; the future is in his hands. God understands and is rooting for us. We accept God's dealings with us and resist the Devil. Do not doubt God, who knows what we need. Jesus was not spared from suffering and has compassion on us. He gives us grace and sense to learn; God is teaching us. It may be for our good - for life and death situations. God can do whatever he chooses for greater glory and purpose. Jesus intercedes for us while we are going through the fire. Our peace comes when we rely on Jesus, even if it means that we die.

Satan is not in control. Satan will retaliate; we get wounded. There are occult attacks by witches and warlocks. We must know our enemies. There are curses, hexes and spells that are inherited, as well as received in the nasty now and now. Satan can not kill our spirits or souls, even if he is able to kill our bodies.

What about repressed feelings, used to being blessed, many causes of diseases and judgemental? We are susceptible, sickness is common, not immune to suffering and there are hindrances which may be mysterious or harmful. Do not get impatient. Control your emotions; we can not control the events. Keep our spirits clean before God. Do not go on a guilt trip. It may be a simple lesson of trusting, not just an exercise of faith. We are not immune to attack. It rains on the just and unjust. How do we respond to tragedy? We must have faith that all things work together for good. We will learn or not learn. Wait before God without doubting; die triumphantly. Sometimes it is nothing we do. Good comes out of our experiences. We are more understanding, compassionate and patient, not judging others. Our faith is joined with others. Have conviction that God heals and does recreative miracles.

God allotted seventy years to all humanity, not just believers, which is about the average age at death. Life may be lenghtened or shortened; our body is not redeemed. It is subject to the curse of sin, old nature, physical defects and curse applies to body. Perfect health will come in Heaven. We must relate to the world, demonstrate our faith, believe in redemption and maintain hope. The environment effects our bodies. The dead are allright in God, sleep in Christ and awake to resurrection. Walk by faith; don't worry about tomorrow. God meets our basic needs, not our wants. Food, clothing and shelter are blessings by God's grace. Our bodies are subject to failure. Death has its way with all flesh; God can intervene if He chooses. Pray for God's Perfect Will in our lives. Have an overcoming attitude and draw close to God. There is more to life than just having perfect health. God wants to cleanse us from sin, get our attention and test us to strenghten our faith. Sickness is not immoral and will be in the Millennium. Our spirit and soul are redeemed; our body is not resurrected. Sometimes we may recover from sickness through prayer. It is difficult in dealing with God; his ways are not our ways. Acknowledgment of reality of life is faith. Age brings susceptibility to disease and death.

Lord, what do you want us to learn from our trials and testings? Certainly the Bible nowhere promises that Christians will go through life without problems. In fact, a careful reading of the Bible indicates that Christians will face many difficulties and trials. There are at least two biblical reasons as to why Christians suffer. One of them has to do with the fact that we are a fallen human race. The effects of sin, including illness, will come to Christians as well as non-Christian people. The fact that we suffer physical ailments, disease, etc. in some sense has little to do with the fact that we are Christian, it is simply the state of the fallen human race. It is the effects of sin in the world in which we live. Christians are not immune to those effects.

Secondly, there are times when disaster falls into our lives because God is testing our faith. He allows the Devil to have relatively free reign. While at the same time promising that He will never give us a burden too heavy to carry. An obvious example of that would be Job. The Book of Job teaches the above very clearly. Certainly the apostle Paul is a good example. He struggled with a
thorn in the flesh all of his life. God chose not to remove that. We may never
know the exact reason why, but God had a purpose in doing what He has done.

The Bible does not promise health, wealth and prosperity to all who believe in
Christ. There are many Christians around the world who live in poverty. The
Bible talks about taking up our cross and following Jesus Christ. In many parts
of the world that cross is big and heavy, even to the extent of having to pay
for faith, on occasion, with their lives. Those are the kinds of demands and
sacrifices that the Scriptures place upon us as Christians. Without question we
have been blessed in this country, living in relative freedom and prosperity.
God has certainly not promised that we are immune from suffering. In fact, the
scriptural teaching is that suffering brings with it many benefits. It is
sometimes for those benefits that God allows us to go through these things.

Any Christian who thinks that they will not face tribulation or persecution in
this life is sadly mistaken. Satan asked to sift Job and Peter, and he asks to
sift the Body of Christ. Consider Job's attitude as well as that of his wife
and friends.

It takes faith to believe in healing, deliverance and salvation; everything we
receive from the Father comes through the Grace and Mercy of God and the Lord
Jesus Christ with the interaction of the Holy Spirit. God answers prayer;
things happen when we pray that don't happen when we don't pray. We interact
with God through prayer. He acts according to His pre-determined will and
purpose as we enter into communication with Him through silent and vocalized

The Lord Jesus Christ is a repository of virtue and righteous power, to meet
our needs. It has already been bought and paid for at Calvary; the victory is
assured. But it is not automatic without conflict or effort of mind, will,
emotions, body strength and spiritual involvement. For instance: fasting,
prayer, worship, praise, spiritual warfare, meditating, reading the Word, and
submitting to God and one another with a determination to glorify God.

Consider the woman with the issue of blood. The virtue deposited in Jesus for
this woman was released through her faith. It brought about the desired results
of her being made whole. Consider the man at the gate beautiful. He wanted
alms; he didn't appear to have faith for healing. Was anyone else interceding
for him? He was caught off guard. Peter reached down and lifted him up. Peter's
and John's faith had to be sufficient. God's purpose was to show Himself alive
by doing the miraculous. Consider the man crippled from his mother's womb. He
heard Paul speaking and Paul perceived he had faith to be healed. He needed to
be healed and God purposed a revival.

Christians are not any better or worse than anyone else. Job's friends knew
that there must have been something wrong in his life, or why else would he
have to suffer? Was there a tradition around Israel that the Galileans who
suffered such things and the eighteen upon whom the tower of Siloam fell must
have been worse sinners than others? But, this is not what Christ taught. We
have not come to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ. But we
have hope for the coming of Christ and his kingdom.

Do you believe that we are living in the Laodicean Church age? We think that we
are so increased with goods, have need of nothing and we're so rich in the
things of God. We don't realize how great our spiritual need really is. Are you
prepared for physical death? Which group of the ten virgins do you belong to:
those whose lamp is full or those whose lamp is empty? This is an hour that we
must use wisely. Return to the simplicity of true devotion to Christ. We should
be warriors for Christ.

Jesus has limited His visits to us in relationship to how obediently we provide
Him that opportunity by being His Body for Him to fill with His Spirit and
presence. As we yield to Him to be locally in fellowship with the other
regenerate ecclesians, under His Headship proper and potent healing, etc. will
be present in much greater fullness than we presently experience. The problem
is we are churchgoing instead of being the local ecclesia and membered together
with others by the Holy Spirit. The body is dismembered by locality, hence all
the confusions, weaknesses, etc. If we ourselves don't live to enjoy the
restored Ecclesia, we should be working on it for our posterity.

The church is full of people who are not well but they are praising God. He is
in their midst polishing lively stones for His Tabernacle. God is building a
rock house with narrow mortar joints which is pleasing to Him. Have peace in
God; there is tribulation in the world.

Earth is earth, and does not become Heaven for anyone when one gets saved. In
other words, God's perfect plan, the full manifestation of His Kingdom, is
fully manifested in Heaven. When we get saved, a ray of his Kingdom shines
through our hearts with the provision for that glow to provide healing,
deliverance and other manifestations of His Will. Certainly, He wants all to be
saved, healed, delivered, filled with His Spirit, etc. and that will all be
complete in heaven. Here on earth we get a taste, but not the entire package.

We need to seek God, live saved, be filled with His Spirit, walk in His
Fullness all that we possibly can, be as healed as we can, and walk in the
greatest degree of freedom and deliverance as possible. But, until Jesus
physically returns, we will struggle, suffer and strain for the full
manifestation of redemption in our lives.

The Bible reveals God's perfect plan for us in Christ. Now, Christ is here only
by His Spirit. Soon we shall see Him face to face. When that happens, all of
His Plans for His People will be fulfilled.

So, what should we Christians expect in the battle for the Lord? Exactly that -
a battle. As for victory; absolutely. As for timing; some now, the balance

Not having any problems is neither biblical nor practical. Living a godly life
means that a person can expect to live a godly life. As for mental, physical,
spiritual and material problems, those all come in varying degrees to all who
live. Living a godly life should minimize those problems and it certainly
should open the door for the operation of the Holy Spirit which will help with
the solution. But the problems will remain until Jesus settles the sin nature
and Satan problem.

This is not defeatist. The powerful manifestation of the Holy Spirit does
remarkable things in all of our lives. The authority of the Word of God can do
powerful things. The enforcement of God's plans during this present age takes
constant prayer, faith and involvement of the Holy Spirit. Hope is there and
power is there; but so is the enemy and the world.

Each person must seek for himself for a clear understanding of what he believes
and how God works in each conflict. We that minister must be careful we do not
add to the confusion and minister condemnation:

1. God can and does heal His people.
2. It is God's Will that we be healed for the Glory of God. Therefore, glorify
God in your body.
3. There are only two things: blessings and cursings. You are either
increasing or decreasing.
4. The pure Word of God without mixture.
5. The non-pure Word of God with mixture.
6. God's medicine for us is His Word for us.
7. God is love.
8. God loves you.
9. You are healed because you were healed by the Stripes of Jesus.
10. Bottom line is agape love in the Master's Service.

Fasting is a way to crucify the flesh and seek God. It is also a way to rid the
body of toxins which can kill you. Depression will lower your resistance to
disease. We are also required to follow other practices for Christians outlined
in the Bible. Doctors may not make any difference if it is time to go and be
with the Lord. Fasting may cause the burden to be lifted. Nutrition is a
function of healing and a walk of health.

Many have served God faithfully and are in the call of God's purpose for their
lives. They know the Gospel, have on the full armor of God, doing spiritual
warfare, teaching and demonstrating biblical principles, and are faithful
servants. Now the test is on; God removes the consciousness of His presence.
The heavens are brass and you can't seem to rouse Him to work for you. You hear
condemnation, failure, guilt, what have I done to deserve this, I thought God
had a hedge around me and I was untouchable, and on and on until we become
filled with despair. Our life is passing from us and there is nothing we can do
except turn to the arm of flesh.

We search our souls, examine ourselves and try to find the key that will unlock
the mystery of God's Grace. For all we are in Christ, all we do in the kingdom
and our ability to stand in the face of the enemy is by God's Grace. The walk
we walk is by God's grace: love, mercy, ministry, peace and health. God chose
us in trespasses and sin, and seated us in Christ Jesus. He has given us a walk
worthy of that Name and armed us to stand against the wiles of the Devil. No
one can pluck us out of His Hand. We will not see the death angels, for God's
angels will come for us that belong to Him. We will ever be with the Lord.

We can not earn that grace, keep it, improve on it, add to it, take from it or
embellish it. Wages are earned and gifts are received. Just praise God and
thank Him for Grace. When we are not established in grace, we go into confusion
as did Job. He thought he did everything right and believed his works would
keep him and his family protected, but it was God who had him hedged about. He
could not understand why these things were happening to him and was overwhelmed
by confusion.

A deliverance worker is a front-line warrior. The front line warrior receives
the first strength of any attack. In the case of a couple, it is usually the
wife who is attacked first as she is the weaker vessel. Sometimes, it is the
man who is called into the ministry and not the wife. She goes along to support
her husband, who leans on her for support. It takes a special couple to
minister together for years avoiding or defeating Satan's attacks.

Sometimes we get puffed up in the idea of who we really are. We think that we
are undefeatable and press on without really taking the time to stop and think
that we are just His Servants by grace. We are ministering in His Name, Power,
Strength, Might, Suffering, Love and guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Then comes Satan's attack and we get mad at God. This is not supposed to happen
to God's warriors. We warriors get wounded. When we fail to turn to the Lord in
praise, we stumble. Have you a hole in your armor? Are you spending time in
prayer and in the Word everyday? Have idle thoughts found a way to get you to
stop praying without ceasing? Have vain imaginations penetrated your armor?
Examine your armor for weaknesses.

Continue on to the goal of hearing Jesus say, Well done my good and faithful
servant. It could be that God is getting ready to do a greater work in your
ministry once you overcome this trial. We must praise God in every
circumstance. It is the praise, even unto death, that lifts the bonds that hold
this earthly body in captivity. No one can separate us from the Love of God
except ourselves. Regardless of what happens, we must always follow the Lord in
spirit and truth.

The apostles suffered, were God's saints, were persecuted, weak in body and had
infirmities. Consider what Paul and Timothy went through. There are little
things that affect the body. It is not a reflection on our spiritual condition
if we get sick. Those with bodily weaknesses have been effective witnesses for
Christ. The world can identify with their infirmities. They can be strong in
the spirit. We are not perfect; we age, die, suffer sickness, are attacked by
germs, our cells die every seven years and we are susceptible. Ask God for
discernment and do not go on a guilt trip. Do not judge others outwardly; there
is only one righteous judge. Show love and compassion; help others who are
weaker. The church was persecuted. All apostles were martyred except for John
in exile. God's heroes endured by faith even to torture and death.

God needs to cleanse our lives. Pride stands in our way of obtaining the
blessings of God. We need God's wisdom and understanding. We must seek God and search our souls. We will always battle the forces of evil in this world. We
need to try to live a balanced life: mentally, physically, spiritually and financially. Anything you neglect in life will cause you problems. Anything you omit in the Bible will cause you problems. Don't be puffed up; pride opens the door to demons.

Many Christians are confused about this subject. Why do they have to suffer in
life when it seems that the heathen do not have to suffer? What are God's
provisions and promises of healing? The concerns as to why terrible things
happen to good people are quite natural and occur to us all. We must have faith
and trust in our Heavenly Father, and know that we are loved by Him. The
Scriptures are a source of comfort, strength and hope. What lies have we been
told by our parents, spouses or children that we believe and affect our lives?

We hear of stories of those who read the scriptures every day, stand on them
and are healed of terminal illnesses. We also hear of those who did the same
thing and die. Can you judge and say that one person did not have the faith -
absolutely not! There are those who seek the Lord for healing over some period
of time, finally yield to surgery and are doing well. Can you condemn them for
going to the doctors - absolutely not!

We need to stand with each other, not only as Christian brothers and sisters,
but also with other ministries. We are not in competition; there is plenty of
work for everyone. This is especially true in the ministry of deliverance;
there are few who perform this service. Ministers, just like everyone else, may
have a difficult time with stability.

Ministers have a variety of styles and methods of ministry. Just because they
don't perform the ministry just like we do, doesn't mean that we can not
fellowship with them or support their ministry.

Have respect for your wife for her forced labor in the ministry. Don't put
burdens on her so great she can not bear them. Repent to your wife for forced
labor. Put her on the altar. God is faithful to honor the husband's proper
relationship to the wife.

Husbands and wives please stand together and hold hands. As your husband, I ask
you, my wife, to forgive me for forcing you to labor in this ministry and to do
things that God did not call you to do. Forgive me for placing burdens on you
that were so great that you could not bear them. Forgive me for not showing the
respect for you that you deserve as my wife. I place you on the altar of God
and ask that He forgive me for sinning against Him in the way that I have
misused you. Lord, help us to have the proper relationship as husband and wife
in all walks of life including the ministry. Will you, my wife, forgive me? In
Jesus Christ's name we pray. Amen.

We give credit for this lesson to those who comforted us during our time of
illness. We give credit to those who have prayed for us over the years when we
have been faced with injuries, illnesses and tragedies. We give credit to
everyone who called, wrote or provided material for this lesson. However, we
all give credit to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit for working through each of
us to bring about God's purpose in our lives. We have taken some editorial
liberties with the input to make this into a lesson for others.

We bind the spirit of infirmity. We command you and all your underlings to
leave our bodies now in the name of Jesus Christ. We break every curse of
sickness, infirmity and organ failure. We command our bodies to respond to the
blessing of healing and health. Our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit.
We desire a clean temple for the Holy Spirit to dwell in. Father, we confess to
you our sins, weaknesses, failures and lack of faith. We ask you to make your
grace strong in our weaknesses. Help us to trust you in the things we don't
know. We command the spirit of confusions to leave now in the name of Jesus

Lord, we ask you to grant us the blessings of long life and good health in the
service of the kingdom of God. The seventy years, plus blessings, and the
abundant life Jesus came to bring is your purpose for believers. We cancel out
the purpose and plan of the Devil to kill, steal and destroy. We refuse any
part of his plan and send all his curses back to the sender now in the name of
the Lord Jesus Christ. In the name of Jesus Christ, we command the body's
detoxification system to be healed and every spirit that is working to be
destroyed or cause to fail. You must leave us now. All doubt and unbelief must
leave. We rebuke you now in the name of Jesus Christ. We loose the ministering
spirits for the heirs of salvation to come and minister to us now.

Thank you Lord Jesus for providing us victory over hell, death and the grave,
and power over the spirits of sickness and over all the power of the Devil. We
ask to live to accomplish all the God has purposed in our lives. Let us be a
positive influence for Christ each day.

We break the curses of sickness, infirmity, organ failure, godlessness, nests
of demons, doorways for demons, idolatry of possessions and ungodly holidays.

We break the curses listed in Deuteronomy 27 and 28, in the rest of the Bible,
from diseases of Egypt, of every sickness and plague in Book of Law, and every
curse and disease not written in this Book of the Law that we have the legal
right to do so. Lord we ask that you show us any legal rights that Satan has in
our lives so that we may repent and break these curses. In the name of Jesus
Christ, we pray.

We command that the demonic characteristics and spirits leave in the name of
Jesus Christ of Nazareth as your name is called along with your family of
repressed feelings, judgemental, impatience, uncleanness, guilt, lack of
faith, doubt, unbelief, seat of emotions, hidden spirits, beast nature,
bestiality, uncleanness, immorality, unreality, condemnation, failure, despair,
idleness, pride, ego, vanity, lying, confusion, overindulgence, selfishness,
lust, perversion, greed, lesbian, lawlessness, iniquity, preying, witchcraft,
jealousy, dolls with pins, Voodoo, enchantments, serpents in weight, thin veil,
poison emotions, demonic reins, retardation, incest, pride, idolatry and

Spirits of diseases, susceptible to disease, sickness, poor immunity, death,
illness, infirmity, poisons, poor elimination, spirits in stomach - liver -
kidney - bladder and other organs, hormone imbalance and related spirits. Every
family of disease represented by the thirty-nine stripes that Jesus Christ was
beaten with must come out of our bodies.

Cursed in city, in field; cursed shall be basket, store; cursed shall be
children, crops, cattle, sheep; cursed going in, coming out; cursing, confusion
and failure in job and work, destruction, perishing; plague, pestilence,
sickness, death; consumption (wasting disease), fever, inflammation (blood
poisoning), extreme burning (high fever), madness (encephalitis), wars, crop
failure, famine, pestilence, pursue until perish (harassment); Heaven as brass,
no rain (hot sun), earth as iron (hard dry ground); land becomes powder and
dust, dust shall cover you (dust storms), eye trouble from dust, asthma,
emphysema, heart trouble; defeat and terror before enemies; body shall not be
buried, wild beast will eat it; botch (skin ulcers and boils), itch, scurvy,
pellagra, beriberi, psoriasis; madness, blindness, astonishment of heart
(terror, amazement), tumors, hemorrhoids; groping at noonday, poverty,
oppression, robbed, no deliverance; wife in adultery, raped, home stolen, wages
stolen or lost; ox slain, ass stolen, sheep taken, none to rescue; son and
daughters run away from home, taken into bondage for sex, eye and heart fail
waiting for their return; enemies will take your wages and property, oppression
and destruction (crushed); madness, helpless, hapless, powerless; boils, ulcers
(from sole of feet to top of head), impetigo, eczema; foreign rulers and gods;
astonishment, a proverb among nations, laughing stock, ridicule, belittlement;
worms will eat grapes, crop failure, job failure; locust will eat crop, crop
failure; olive tree shall fail, job failure; sons and daughters go into
captivity, drugs, witchcraft, sex, harlot; crop failure; foreign oppression,
debt, poverty; hunger, thirst, nakedness, poverty, destruction; defeat by
foreign nation; unmerciful enemy; destruction of cattle and crop, robbery of
all possessions; siege of cities, destruction of defences, conquest of land;
cannibalism, famine, distress, complete poverty; wonderful plagues, plagues on
children, long chronic illness; all diseases of Egypt; every sickness and every
plague in Book of Law; destruction of race (genocide); plucked off land
(exile); dispersion among the nations (exile); no rest, fearful, terror,
blindness, depression, heaviness; fear of death, no assurance; fretting and
worry always, constant danger; bondage, slavery.

And finally, everything (every curse and disease) not written in this Book of
the Law, Deuteronomy 28!