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Praying In the Spirit and Whooping by Pam Sheppard

This post will inform you of the dangers of carnal, mystical prayer and worship. If you have questions, complete the contact form.

Come Out Of Her My People: Rev 18:4

I did not mention WHOOPING in the video because I have witnessed those who did not who whoop yet they still  wrecked  a congregation and caused an emotional uproar with either their prayer or their sermon.  Nevertheless, those who whoop a prayer rarely fail to provoke strong emotional outbursts within the church service.

A simple definition of whooping is that it is an oration that will begin to unfold into either a prayer, but most often erupting in  a sermon when the orator’s words and short phrases take on a rhythmic quality that borders on being a musical sort of repetitive chant. A denominational practice among the  Black Baptists, Pentecostals and less often, the Methodists, the orator will begin to rattle between each phrase, rasping and panting of someone who suffers with whooping-cough. Other antics can accompany the whooping.  He may bang his fist into the podium, run across the platform, break…

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Spiritual Abuse and Church Hurt by Pam Sheppard

RESCUE is about fulfilling the commandments of the Lord when He said “if you love Me, Feed and tend My sheep.”

Come Out Of Her My People: Rev 18:4

In my phone sessions  with damaged sheep, a truth stirs in my spirit that is difficult to express. When I really listened to what was done to human beings in the church and by the church, all I can say is that many  have  already been crucified and so they  should hopefully expect resurrection. Some reports of spiritual abuse that manifested as the institutional church actually hurting God’s people   cause me to realize how much of the world is in the church system  and how dangerous it is to look back at Her.

Yet, we must look back in order to recover because we need to know what is it about ourselves that caused us to succumb to spiritual abuse in the first place. Even so, we also have to be careful HOW we look back. Anxiety or inner turmoil serves as a sign that we have not completely gotten over a particular thing…

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Demonic Oppression and Tormenting Spirits by Pam Sheppard

Untold numbers of people are doing self study on deliverance to deal with torment. it turns out that the more they pray, quote scripture, fast snd the like, the worst they get. this post suggests why that is.

SETTING CAPTIVES FREE

Why do demons torment? It would seem that they would prefer to be quiet so that they can remain inside their host unnoticed. Yet all of a sudden they break loose in a wild tirade, letting everyone know their location. Certainly demons like to mock their prey but most of them are quite wise. so I believe there are other answers for I suggest to you that they often torment because God insists that they do!!!

Some people accept torment as “suffering for the Lord”, yet they ain’t even saved. The truth is that I would know nothing of demonic torment if it were not for hundreds of captives with false conversions who have sought me to cast out tormenting demons.

From the positive side, torment has a meaning. Torment is a sign to the victim that he or she is not saved. Why? Because those whom God has saved…

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