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"Sometimes deliverance is what needs to take place. But it's not always deliverance when people come with issues. Other times it's actually renewing the mind that needs to take place. The sad thing today is that people try to cast out demons where there is no demon. And there are people trying to renew the mind, but they need deliverance. The problem is if you try to renew the demon and cast out the mind."

—Torben Sondergaard


Signs and symptoms of demonic intrusion: 

  • Compulsive desire to blaspheme God, and revulsion against the Bible including a desire to tear it up or destroy it. 

  • Deep feelings of bitterness toward others. 

  • Compulsive temptations to do things you don't want to do. 

  • Compulsive desires to tear other people down.

  • Compulsive thoughts of suicide. 

  • Terrifying feelings of guilt, even after honest confession has been made to the Lord.

  • Physical symptoms for which there is no medical cause, such as choking sensations, pain that seems to move around, feelings of tightness around the eyes and head, dizziness, blackouts, or fainting seizures. 

  • Deep depression.

  • Sudden surges of uncontrollable anger.

  • Doubt of one's salvation.

  • Seizures of panic or fear.

  • Dreams or nightmares that are horrific in nature, often recurring. 

  • Clairvoyant dreams that may come true.

  • Compulsive sexual sins. Abnormal perverted sexual desires.

  • Sleep & eating disorders without physical cause.

  • Rebellion and hatred toward authority.

  • Bizarre terrifying thoughts that seem to come from nowhere.

  • Fascination with the occult.

  • Extremely low self esteem.

  • Constant confusion.

  • Inability to believe.

  • Tremendous fear or hostility when encountering a deliverance minister.

  • Drug abuse.

  • Eating obsessiveness.

  • Reaction to the name of God, Jesus, and the blood of Jesus.

  • Extreme restlessness, especially in a spiritual environment where you constantly yawn and sleep 


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