How to Overcome Incest and Rape (Sexual Abuse) – What Comes In:

Any experience of sexual abuse is an open door to just about everything (bitterness, accusation, rejection, unloving spirits, fear, unclean spirits, shame and guilt, rejection, spirit of self-pity, self-hatred, etc.). What comes in from those experiences is fear and bitterness toward the perpetrator and against self. There are feelings of unclean, unloving spirits from the perpetrator to the victim from incest and rape. The occult is  involve in the perversion. You got to get the person to forgive the perpetrator or abuser. If they don’t they will continue to have mental torment and harassment over the event. Matthew 18 is very clear that if we do not forgive, then you fight with torment.

The victim has shame and guilt and blames themselves for what has happened. It comes with the territory and includes self bitterness. Plus the unclean, unloving spirit (self-hatred) sets you up in victimization again. Speaking about the perpetrator, they almost always, (I suppose there can be exceptions), have sexual abuse and perversion in their background, in the generations.

Usually when a person is raped or lived through incest, they suffer from a wounded spirit. Father God wants to heal your heart. It is hard for a person who experience rape, to receive God’s full forgiveness because of the false responsibility. It is a lying spirit blaming you but it is not true making you feel guilty.

The way to get rid of the guilt and shame, self-accusation and a spirit of self-pity is to have the victim repent for their participation in an unclean sexual act even though they did it against their will. The reason for doing this is to legally close the door on Satan so that he can no longer accuse you and make you feel shame etc. Now Father God certainly knows you were a victim and He does not hold you responsible, but the devil will use it to torment you so we want to close the door . And if he comes back after that, you can say that it is under the blood. I repented for that already.

Use Matt. 18:6-7 [Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)] for this and this is one time he prefers the NIV.

Also if the perpetrator is a family member and there is sexual sin in the generations, the victim can take responsibility for the family sin (generational curses) and renounce it in the generations and ask that the generational curse of it be broken. And of course the bitterness and unforgiveness and rage toward the perpetrator.

And you need to take authority over the mimes and break their power so that the memory of it will not stir you up every time you think of it. And if you can’t get it out of your mind then also break the programming that would take you back to that experience.

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How to Live The Christian Life in a Sinful World

Jesus encourages all believers to grow in relationship, commitment, and obedience to Him. This is the essence of how to live a Christian life. Our relationship, commitment, and obedience are done out of love, not constraint. John 14:21 says, “Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him.”

Colossians 3:1-17

  1. Seek those things above (Col. 3:1)
  2. Set affectionson things above (Col. 3:2)
  3. Mortify all sinful members (Col 3:5-7)
  4. Put off the old man (Col 3:8-9)
  5. Put on the new man (Col. 3:10-12)
  6. Forbear with all men (Col. 3:13)
  7. Forgive all men (Col. 3:14)
  8. Put on divine love (Col. 3:15)
  9. Let peace of God rule your life (Col. 3:15)
  10. Know te Bible (Col. 3:15 and 2 Tim. 2:15, 2 Tim. 3:16-17)
  11. Teach and admonish one another in psalms and humns and spiritual songs(Col. 3:16)
  12. Use the Christian’s power of attorney (Col. 3:17)

How to live a Christian Life:  What is the benefit of a Christian who decides to live the christian life and follows Obligations of the Christian Life?  A better relationship with the Father, Jesus, and with others, peace of God, blessings of His presence.

Living the Christian life does not mean enjoying a life of ease and never experiencing problems. 1 Peter 5:8 says that there is an enemy who wishes to destroy us: “Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” But we also read that Jesus has overcome the world!

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