Posted in false conversions, led out of church, religious demons, spirit

Religious Demons Don’t Discriminate Between Saved and Unsaved

By Pastor Pam Sheppard

Some may think that to be born again stops all deception. If you have been reading my books and blogs or watching my videos, then you realize that when I was in the occult, I dealt with spirits outright. I had what was called spirit guides or guardians to whom I communicated every day. I called, they answered. They called, I answered. Once I got born again, the spirits changed their tactics, to try to cause me to believe I was communicating with God and for 25 years, they were successful.

I REPEAT. RELIGIOUS SPIRITS DECEIVED ME AS A SAVED CHRISTIAN FOR 25 years!!!!

First, an entity imitating God sent me three dreams that told me the same thing. I was urged to find Rev. Smith. Pushed and compelled by unseen forces, finally I followed their instructions and I found him. Immediately, I joined his church, where I entered into ministry two years later.

This is the key point to remember. I WAS BORN AGAIN!!! I followed the spirit’s guidance, deceived into believing that I was being led of the Holy Ghost. Instead, I was being led by a religious demon whose intent was to get me to join that evil, sinful church, pastored by Rev. Smith, a down low Jamaican warlock. Once a minister in training, I became in bondage to a wicked, corrupt international denomination.

The purpose of my personal example is to make a general point.

If the enemy can dupe and deceive the saved, what do you think religious demons can do with those who have had a false conversion who still believe they are saved but they are not?

Just because a person is born again does not make them “deception proof.”

The Lord would not have warned His disciples to “take heed and be not deceived” if there was no danger that they COULD be deceived. It does not matter how many things you are or were deceived about. In my case, for 25 years, I was deceived about a few things in comparison to what other churchgoers were deceived about. Yet the Holy Spirit did not release me from the deception until He was ready to. He simply stepped in when He chose the time to be right and started unravelling things.

What I remain cautious and watchful about is this. Just because I am undeceived NOW, does not mean that it is impossible for me to be deceived again. For me to think otherwise would be both proud and arrogant and I do not want God to resist me. Humility is a key factor to freedom from deception.

So what is deception?

Deception has to do with thoughts in the mind. Simply put, we believe a lie or a half truth. The worst of it are the assumptions we hold dear, for example, that the institutional church is the bride of Christ when she is not. The Bride is not a building or an organization. The Bride is not just one generation who goes to church. The Bride is spiritual, consisting of all born again believers who have lived and died believing on The Lord. So with even one wrong assumption like my example, deception will continue.

So The truth is that if you start off with even one little wrong assumption, everything else falls like dominos.

As I am reading some of the works of some ministers who have a decent portion of truth in their arsenal, I am watching how can those who started out with truth have fallen to deception. It is amazing how the enemy has used the truth truth they began with and led them into a lie. What happens is that the enemy takes advantage of our misconception of truth. He uses the weaknesses of our personalities to lead us into believing what suits us best.

This realization is humbling me quite a bit. I believe that once we are given truth, we have to seek God in prayer to help us not to misunderstand truth for our conception of truth may cause us to err.

So my question is “how do we make ourselves fool-proofed to deception?”

I think we can all answer this from experience. We begin by examining how we got deceived, what was it about us that caused us to be open to the deception, and how did we come out of it?

Consider the work of a grifter, a scam artist in search of a mark. The mark will have a glaring character flaw that the grifter will recognize as being perfect to the productivity and success of the scam. Greed, manifested as a desire to get something that he does not deserve at the expense of others or the system at large. Also the mark’s pride in his own personal sophistication and prowess will stop him from exposing the scam to the police, for fear of looking foolish.

Religious fallen angels and demons operate like grifters and scam artists before they implement their grand deception. Better to know ourselves better than they know us.

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Posted in Come Out of the Church, fake Jesus, false conversions, lust of the flesh, religious demons, witchcraft

Witchcraft: A Work of the Flesh

By Pastor Pam Sheppard

If you EVER dabbled in the occult, then your personality is susceptible to witchcraft as a work of your flesh. What do you do with a work of the flesh? YOU CRUCIFY IT. Treat it like it is DEAD! You cannot cast out what is a part of your personality.

 

 

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Posted in religious demons, torment, witchcraft

Addicted To Psychics and Church Prophets: Are You Superstitious?

When the Lord said “that which is flesh is flesh, and that which is spirit is spirit,” many don’t apply the truth of His saying to their superstitious, occult seeking nature. Superstition and a lust for divination  often comes from upbringing and culture. Every culture has its own beliefs and practices. The trend is that each culture believes in signs and in psychics, some in ancestor worship. What happens is that superstitious people often give devils and demons credit for either blessing or disasters, when what ever occurred has a natural reason and explanation behind it. Actually the devils and demons take advantage of such ignorance and use it to compound the problem.

I first started out mixing the spirit with the natural in counseling in th early 70’s. Though not born again yet and unemployed, I used my wits with superstitious people to get by. My first client was a black Baptist superstitious  woman from the south who swore up and down that her husband had put roots on her. Mainly it was her conscience as she later confessed that she had been cheating on him and she thought he was aware of it.

So I did not say to her “Listen Honey, that’s your guilt talkin. Yo husband ain’t got   no roots on you.”  For those who read too fast, remember  that I was an unsaved atheist back then,  before you leap into “righteous indignation mode.”

Instead,  I got my daughter,  who was about 5 years old at the time, to make me up a potion out of herbs and stuff from my kitchen cabinet. I took the potion, went out to the woman’s car, threw it all around in it. You might call it “a placebo.” Anyway, it worked. This church lady  sent me—a heathen— a bunch of like-minded folk from her church and I was able to buy my groceries in hard times!

But superstition can get a lot more dangerous. Check Out this excerpt from “the New Idolatry:”

“A young woman whose husband was missing went to a card layer to find out whether he was still alive. The fortune-teller replied, ‘your husband is dead.’ The wife waited three months and again visited a card layer to find out about the uncertain fate of her husband. Again, the answer was ‘your husband will not return.’ She went home in despair, and turning on the gas killed herself and her two children. The next day, the husband returned from a Russian prison camp, and found the dead bodies of his three loved ones.”

The superstitious are either controlling or just plain afraid of life, afraid for their future.  What this means is that you put your faith in either a psychic fortuneteller or a so-called Christian prophet, two sides of a similar coin.  You are also not satisfied with your life and you want someone to either predict, prophesy or lay hands on you,  declaring that  prosperity, health,  wealth, love, marriage, success, , etc. etc. etc is in your future. how vexed and troubled you get when the psychic or the false prophet tells you “otherwise.” That is when the demons get their hooks into you and you become a target for evil spirits, either fallen angels, or demons, or both!

Believe me when I warn you that  seeking counsel in the form of readings from psychics is no laughing matter, particularly if  you attract and pick up a slew of demons because you  were either afraid, dissatisfied or both.

Are you addicted to the supernatural, to divination and necromancy?  if you want freedom, call 888-818-1117 or complete the contact form below.

Posted in demonic oppression, lust of the flesh, witchcraft

Addicted to Psychics and Church Prophets: Are You Superstitious?

When the Lord said “that which is flesh is flesh, and that which is spirit is spirit,” many don’t apply the truth of His saying to their superstitious, occult seeking nature. Superstition and a lust for divination  often comes from upbringing and culture. Every culture has its own beliefs and practices. The trend is that each culture believes in signs and in psychics, some in ancestor worship. What happens is that superstitious people often give devils and demons credit for either blessing or disasters, when what ever occurred has a natural reason and explanation behind it. Actually the devils and demons take advantage of such ignorance and use it to compound the problem.

I first started out mixing the spirit with the natural in counseling in th early 70’s. Though not born again yet and unemployed, I used my wits with superstitious people to get by. My first client was a black Baptist superstitious  woman from the south who swore up and down that her husband had put roots on her. Mainly it was her conscience as she later confessed that she had been cheating on him and she thought he was aware of it.

So I did not say to her “Listen Honey, that’s your guilt talkin. Yo husband ain’t got   no roots on you.”  For those who read too fast, remember  that I was an unsaved atheist back then,  before you leap into “righteous indignation mode.”

Instead,  I got my daughter,  who was about 5 years old at the time, to make me up a potion out of herbs and stuff from my kitchen cabinet. I took the potion, went out to the woman’s car, threw it all around in it. You might call it “a placebo.” Anyway, it worked. This church lady  sent me—a heathen— a bunch of like-minded folk from her church and I was able to buy my groceries in hard times!

But superstition can get a lot more dangerous. Check Out this excerpt from “the New Idolatry:”

“A young woman whose husband was missing went to a card layer to find out whether he was still alive. The fortune-teller replied, ‘your husband is dead.’ The wife waited three months and again visited a card layer to find out about the uncertain fate of her husband. Again, the answer was ‘your husband will not return.’ She went home in despair, and turning on the gas killed herself and her two children. The next day, the husband returned from a Russian prison camp, and found the dead bodies of his three loved ones.”

The superstitious are either controlling or just plain afraid of life, afraid for their future.  What this means is that you put your faith in either a psychic fortuneteller or a so-called Christian prophet, two side of a similar coin.  You are also not satisfied with your life and you want someone to either predict, prophesy or lay hands on you,  declaring that  prosperity, health,  wealth, love, marriage, success, , etc. etc. etc is in your future. how vexed and troubled you get when the psychic or the false prophet tells you “otherwise.” That is when the demons get their hooks into you and you become a target for evil spirits, either fallen angels, or demons, or both!

Believe me when I warn you that  seeking counsel in the form of readings from psychics is no laughing matter, particularly if  you attract and pick up a slew of demons because you  were either afraid, dissatisfied or both.

Are you addicted to the supernatural, to divination and necromancy?  if you want freedom, call 888-818-1117 or complete the contact form below.

Posted in demonic torment, false conversions, religious demons, spiritual growth

Christian Deliverance from the Occult

By Pam Sheppard

Most of the  demonically tormented people who I have served online  in the last ten years were active members of charismatic and Pentecostal churches. Some of them were set free but others remain tormented. So it no longer comes as a surprise to me that some of them will never find relief from demonic torment.  In pastoral counseling, it is an empirical fact that white magic practitioners who attend Christian churches are so shackled to the sin of idolatry, that release from demonic captivity is unobtainable without a thorough confession and renunciation of charismatic witchcraft.  As a consequence, the spiritual pride deeply rooted in the charismatic movement remains the stumbling block as “God resists the proud.”In the book the New Idolatry,”  a lecture concerning demonism and psychotherapy by  German psychiatrist Alfred Lechler shed a somber light on demonic captivity: In the words of Dr. Lechler:

“What then must we regard as the cause of demonic enslavement or possession?  If we enquire closely from such people as bear the marks we have just mentioned, we very often find in their background the use of magic means such as are employed in black magic–acts of charming or being charmed, the sin of fortune-telling or visits to fortune tellers and card layers, and participation in spiritist sessions.  Black magic is much more prevalent than is ordinarily assumed…When we look into the Bible, we note that it too is well acquainted with enchantment.  It is in Acts 19 described as a ‘prying art.’ (here we also find mention of magic books.)[1]

I must concur with the late Dr. Lechler, a German who practiced psychiatry before I was born.  Five or more decades later,  what I have found astounding is that in practically every case of demonic torment among my own Christian clients, a common factor is that 95 percent of them were not demon possessed BEFORE they went to a charismatic, “word of faith, non-denominational  church.  Some passive Christians are like helpless zombies, unable to take corrective action where necessary.  On the charismatic side, good people have been deceived into accepting all things supernatural as “of the Lord’ and consequently, they have made ‘a voice from God’ as the deciding factor in every matter, both trivial and important.  Passive believers have also suppressed their personalities to such an extent that they can’t distinguish their own persona from the demonic influences that bind them.[1]

The difference between charismatic divination and occultism lies in the fact that generally the dreams, visions and prophetic messages of charismatic practitioners are usually spontaneous experiences, which “come over” or “overtake” the professing Christian without apparent preparation or mental volition on his or her part.  For this reason, the gullible and unsuspecting assume that the supernatural information must be from God.  On the other hand, psychics make use of omens, potions, amulets, tarot cards,  the I Ching, tea leaves, crystal balls, Ouija boards and a plethora of other tools to interpret the signs believed to be in them  to predict the future.

Charismatic diviners have the same purpose.  They simply use tools that they claim are the nine biblical gifts of the Holy Ghost, particularly those labeled “the revelation gifts:” a word of knowledge, a word of wisdom and the discerning of spirits.  What charismatic teachers fail to understand is that Paul wrote the Corinthian letter about these gifts without defining them or explaining any specifics as to how they operate.  In fact, no texts in the Bible actually define these gifts.       In the midst of crowds of gatherers, people come to be led by shamanistic men and women who know how to “turn them on” with just a wave of a hand. On more than one occasion,  I watched in amazement as  well-known TV evangelist TD Jakes ordered apparently sensible people to turn to their neighbor and with a wave of their hand, shake their neighbor’s problems away. To watch the people immediately obey without thinking at all was a scary thing indeed. Anyone with a sound mind would know that problems do not “fly away” by a wave of the hand.

If you are either demonized or tormented, we offer you hope that your torment is a sign that if you have experienced a false conversion and you are presently being tormented, the torment itself is a sign that God intends to save you.  Demons and fallen angels do not torment those whom  they KNOW will never be saved. It is only the deceived among the elect of God who are under torment right now.  If you are one of God’s people who has been deceived while attending a Pentecostal, Charismatic or a Denominational Church, we can help you break the contract that you made with the fake Jesus.

So call us to arrange for your first telephone session at1-888-818-1117. You can also email us atrescueonfb@icloud.com.

Pastor Pam’s article above sheds light on demonic torment and how participants in the institutional church have put their selves at risk of this. Professing christians are also doing occult practices for example yoga, reiki, visiting fortune tellers, and witchcraft habits. It’s time that professing christians start examining whether they have had a false conversion.

Pastor Pam’s books are essential to keeping yourself armed against spiritual battle from the enemy that can come in numerous ways. She also reveals more about occultism, who is Jesus Sananda Immanual and why you should know about this, and why church goers should be warned to come out and leave.  Here is a link to all of her books. CLICK HERE.


[1] P. Sheppard,  Come Out of Her, God’s People,” 2010, pg. 198

“Together with spiritist activities, magic stands in a class of its own in relation to other sins, when it includes an appeal to Satan’s services or even a formal pact with Satan.  The Bible speaks of this too (Isaiah 28:15-18).  For by invoking Satan, man yields himself unequivocally to powers of darkness, in that he attempts by magic and the help of Satanic power to gain something that God has forbidden or withheld.”[2]


[1] Printed in Great Britain by Gospel Press, South Molton, Devon, pg.

[2] Dr. Alfred Lechler, “Demonism and Psychotherapy”Lecture given to the conference of doctors and pastors at Hohe Mark on 7/5/1949.

Posted in Come Out of the Church, RESCUE

Delivered From the Occult and False Religion: Tena’s Testimony About RESCUE

Here are some biblical variations to explain your position as an out of churcher:

The Lord’s Teaching About the Tree and Its Fruit

The Lord teaches us to know the essence of a thing, you have to look to both its root and its fruit. For ANYTHING, the same test applies. A good tree does not bring forth evil fruit and an evil tree does not bring forth good fruit. So when speaking to others of a different point of view, apply the Lord’s principle. You may not find history one of your favorite subjects but there is a simple way to expose the darkness in the church. So cultivate a historical perspective of how the organized IC started in with the Roman Emperor Constantine in 313 AD, a fake Christian who did not abandon his pagan gods. In fact, Constantine and not the Pope, is the father of the Roman the Catholic Church. All churches have the Catholic Church as their mother. It is not difficult to present the witchcraft nature of Catholicism. Since the root and the tree itself are evil, how can one expect anything different from the fruit of the IC? Its foundation, its historical roots, were established by an emperor of Rome.

The Parable of the Mustard Seed

The Lord’s kingdom of heaven parable in Matt 13 speaks of the mustard seed that grew into a huge tree with many branches with the birds of the air coming and dwelling in them.

The mustard seeds are the early apostles and disciples, the 120 in the upper room. The trunk and the roots of the tree is Catholicism. The branches are Protestant churches and denominations. Jesus explains later in the chapter that the symbolism of birds is that they represent demons. Fallen angels and demons have swarmed into the IC and taken her over with false religion.

Rev 18:4 Come Out of Her My People

You want to encourage those who are on the fence about the IC to think for themselves. Revelation is predominately an endtime book for endtime believers. So clearly the Lord is speaking to the last generation when He warns His people to come out of “Her.” So to encourage free thinking, how can God’s people all leave a nation? God’s people are in ALL nations.

If we were to leave the USA, where would we go…? Canada? The Caribbean? South America? Back to England? Would God tell us to come out and not give us the means to do so? Countries have immigration laws in these times.

So could HER be a nation? Where are those who call themselves God’s people? THEY ARE MOSTLY IN CHURCH. Biblical symbols for God’s people are generally feminine, both in the old and the new testaments. Revelation mentions the harlot. The mother of harlots is Catholicism, the mother of all denominations, sects and non-denominational churches.

Of course there will always be the diehards who quote the scripture about not forsaking the assembling of yourself together with the brethren. Point out to them that when the scripture itself was written, the institutional church did not exist. So the Apostle Paul certainly was not referring to Sunday morning worship.

I think if Paul was aware of our modern methods of communication, he would approve of our online Christian fellowship called RESCUE

Here are some biblical reason for coming out of the institutional church at this time in history: