Last November 7th, I almost fell off my chair when I read your birthday message celebrating Billy Graham’s 100th birthday. My understanding of who Rev. Dr. Billy Graham was uncovered through the prophetic realm without having actually met the real person. I’ve even interviewed his evil spirits on multiple occasions.
The first encounter took place just hours after the actual person passed away on February 21st, 2018. These dialogs have given me insights about some of the challenges he faced including his state of mind before he finally left us.
I’ve arrived at the conclusion that in the process of trying to broker peace and build bridges with people from other cultures, Billy Graham may have inadvertently compromised his spiritual powers.
You. see, in the process of interacting with people from other religions, he probably encountered transfer of spirits. If you think that one has to sin in order to be harassed by evil spirits, think again. Many evil spirits are having a field day by illegally demonizing us without any valid justification.
Let’s look at some of the common reasons for evil spirits invading our lives. The most popular one is the claim that they are a demonic assignment and have perpetual rights over us. Another is that they are able to enslave us through their negative words. These “word curses” can be released without the knowledge of the actual person. Other spirits have the power to release spells over us. Some have even found a way to justify attacking us through contributions or financial gifts.
Other reasons may not necessarily be illegal but still a nuisance. For instance, consumption of Chinese takeout may result in a mysterious impartation of confusion. Save the Chinese food for the weekend or learn to master stir fry yourself. If you have an appetite for Indian food, your neighborhood Indian restaurant may be promoting one of the 300 million Hindu gods ready to “serve” you. Decide for yourself if that’s what you really want.
Each religion offers its unique combination of qualities. For example, if the Goddess Kali is the object of their worship, then don’t be surprised if hopelessness comes to snatch away your dreams. You may even experience a sudden surge in hostility or violent behavior. Don’t ever let it get to a stage where you give up on everyone – including God himself. If that happens, try this prayer that I’ve written. It has worked wonders for me.
Even the most delivered Christians might encounter defilement as they interact with others throughout the day. Those working remotely may get pulled in all directions by their colleague’s evil spirits wandering into their home through a group Skype chat or phone conference.
As a pastor responsible for a thriving church, perhaps you could give God a hand by upgrading your people’s approach to deliverance so that they don’t have to be weighed down by the issues floating around them.
Bless them with the latest Holy Spirits and spiritual gifts to help them live out their calling. Sadly, too many Christians are so desperate to please God that they become prisoners in the process.
Why not try tapping into the wisdom of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation to open their eyes to all the possibilities available to them? Eventually, they’ll see that it’s not always about prayer, but rather managing expectations.
Together, you along with your church will have the opportunity to let creativity run wild. Look for new ways to inspire Heaven as the bridegrooms prepare to receive their new wives on June 2nd, 2019.
The world will never be the same again for God, Jesus, the Elders and archangels. Why should it be the same for us?
We’ll always be grateful to Dr Billy Graham for his contribution to humankind. He had too many dreams for one lifetime. He was a friend to Jesus and a father to many. Let us all pick up from where he left off.
Heaven is now honoring him by giving Dr Billy Graham the privilege of officiating at the big wedding.
Congratulations, Franklin Graham! They are now counting on *you* to continue the good work so that both your dads in Heaven can be proud of you. (;