Do You Need Deliverance?

By The Stream Published on May 21, 2024

Editor’s Note: Since part of our mission here at The Stream is not only to bring you news and commentary, but also to unify and build up the Body of Christ, we sometimes will bring you ministry-oriented material. The reason for this is simple: The battle in which we currently find ourselves for the soul of our nation is not fought against flesh and blood — nor is it a battle of reason and logic. We have entered the days when people will not “put up with sound doctrine” (2 Timothy 4:3) but will instead seek to “live their truth” — even when that “truth” has them denying the basic facts of biology or “identifying” as a mermaid.

However, none of that renders the Word of God or the commands of Jesus to be any less true or powerful than they have ever been. When Jesus sent out the twelve disciples, their directive was simple: “And proclaim as you go, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, cast out demons” (Matthew 10:7-8, ESV).

While many of our Catholic and Orthodox friends accept deliverance as a normal part of ministry, some evangelicals find it controversial. However, Stream Publisher James Robison has often told the story of how he personally went through deliverance from demonic oppression long after he came to Christ. We hope this 49-minute discussion between Wanda Alger and her guest, deliverance minister Jake Kail, will shed light on that topic in a way that removes fear and debunks falsehoods.

There is a harvest of new believers who are going to be born into the Body of Christ very soon — “the sexually immoral, [the] idolaters, [the] adulterers, [the] men who practice homosexuality, [the] thieves, the greedy, [the] drunkards, [the] revilers, [the] swindlers” (1 Corinthians 6:11) — and yes, even the mermaids. When they do, the rest of us need to be ready to help clean them up. And the first step toward that is making sure we are clean ourselves — not just on the outside, but on the inside.

We hope you find this discussion both educational and edifying.

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