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Can A Christian Be Demonized?

So, can a Christian be demonized? Be subject to a generational curse? Form soul ties through past relationships? These questions spark intense discussions within the Christian community, often with seemingly conflicting answers.

The Bible does contain verses suggesting generational curses and soul ties, such as Exodus 34:6-7 and 1 Corinthians 6:16.

However, other passages, like 2 Corinthians 5:17 and Romans 8:1-2, emphasize the transformative power of Christ and the freedom from condemnation.

The blood of Jesus, as described in 1 John 1:7, cleanses us from all sin, including the sins of our ancestors and past mistakes.

Yet, why do many Christians still battle fear, past sins, and demonic influences?

The Christian stance is clear: if you are in Christ, there should be no curse, tie, or demonic power that can hold you captive. As John 8:36 states, "If the Son sets you free, you shall be free indeed."

However, the experience of many Christians doesn't align with this liberating truth. They face ongoing battles with fear, guilt, and the influence of the demonic. Why is this happening? Why do some Christians need deliverance?

In this video message and outline, we'll examine various factors determining a Christian's victory over the demonic. From being fully submitted to God and walking in the Spirit to living in faith, we'll explore what it truly means to resist the influence of the demonic as believers.

Message Outline: Can A Christian Be Demonized


A. Understanding Generational Curses - Exodus 34:6-7

B. Exploring Soul Ties - 1 Corinthians 6:16

C. The Transformative Power of Christ - 2 Corinthians 5:17, Romans 8:1-2, 1 John 1:7, John 8:36, 1 John 4:4, James 4:7

D. Defeated Christians - 2 Timothy 1:7


A. Submission to God's Authority

B. Walking in the Spirit - Galatians 5:16

C. Walking in Forgiveness

D. Occult and Sin - John 8:34, Romans 6:6

E. Submitted to His Word - Romans 12:2

F. Casting Down Thoughts - 2 Corinthians 10:3-5

G. Walking In Faith - 1 John 5:3-5

H. We Are Set Free - Luke 4:18-19


As we dive deeper into the complex relationship between Christians and the demonic, one thing becomes apparent: the nature of demons remains contentious. While some cling to the transformative power of Christ, others find themselves trapped in strongholds of fear, past sin, and guilt. We must bridge the gap between Christian doctrine and personal experience to resist the influence of "the nature of demons."

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