Psalm The meek shall eat and be satisfied: they shall praise the LORD that seek him: your heart shall live for ever. Psalm The meek will he guide in judgment: and the meek will he teach his way. Isaiah For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place , with him also that is of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones.
Isaiah For all those things hath mine hand made, and all those things have been, saith the LORD: but to this man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite spirit, and trembleth at my word. Psalm The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit. Isaiah To open the blind eyes, to bring out the prisoners from the prison, and them that sit in darkness out of the prison house.
Isaiah ,24,25 That thou mayest say to the prisoners, Go forth; to them that are in darkness, Shew yourselves. They shall feed in the ways, and their pastures shall be in all high places…. Psalm To hear the groaning of the prisoner; to loose those that are appointed to death;. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, New Living Translation The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is upon me, for the LORD has anointed me to bring good news to the poor.
He has sent me to comfort the brokenhearted and to proclaim that captives will be released and prisoners will be freed. He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and freedom to the prisoners; Contemporary English Version The Spirit of the LORD God has taken control of me! The LORD has chosen and sent me to tell the oppressed the good news, to heal the brokenhearted, and to announce freedom for prisoners and captives.
He has chosen me and sent me To bring good news to the poor, To heal the broken-hearted, To announce release to captives And freedom to those in prison.
He has commissioned me to encourage the poor, to help the brokenhearted, to decree the release of captives, and the freeing of prisoners, New Heart English Bible The Spirit of the LORD is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to heal those who are brokenhearted, to announce that captives will be set free and prisoners will be released. How about you? What have you experienced captivity to in your past?
Do you feel held captive by anything in the present? Tori writes, "Yes, I have been held captive to food, exercise, dating, religion, fear and depression. I put these all above God at some time in my life. I went to these instead of God with my emptiness. These are the very things from which Jesus came to set us free. Furthermore, these cults are extremely secretive and under the radar, where some people are invited to their ceremonies without a Rebecca Brown, He Came to Set the Captives Free, is not only a book about medical conditions but it also elaborates on the demonic forces and how people are lured in where they become captive to it.
Furthermore, these cults are extremely secretive and under the radar, where some people are invited to their ceremonies without a clue. There are no membership records kept and blood-contracts are burned by the high priests to leave no evidence. Satanists infest on all classes from poor to rich. This is a must read since we are living also in a spiritual realm, not just the natural human realm. I cannot put the book down since I speak on some of these notions in my upcoming book, Unleashing the Spirit. Except Rebecca Brown, MD, speaks on surreal accounts and conditions.
I speak on the spiritual realm as a whole in this 3 volumes-series of Unleashing the Spirit. What do you believe? Children born from cult members are demonically possessed. These stories are scary alone. Black Sabbath, other rituals and human sacrifices. Use Jesus terms, holidays, and festivities to meet their satanism rituals. View all 5 comments.
Jun 08, Richard rated it did not like it. I think this is the best quote from the book: "you are responsible as an individual before the Lord to carefully study everything anyone tells you, to see if it is consistent with the scriptures". I will try to apply that to this book. Rebecca Brown's book could be a great case study for prooftexting, in the pejorative sense.
Taking verses out of context to prove something the context of the versus is not saying. Here are a couple quote I like about this: "A text without a context is a pretext for I think this is the best quote from the book: "you are responsible as an individual before the Lord to carefully study everything anyone tells you, to see if it is consistent with the scriptures". Here are a couple quote I like about this: "A text without a context is a pretext for a proof text. Carason "Never read a Bible verse. If there is no Bible verse for the picking, there's an unmentioned appeal to authority.
For example, this is my paraphrase, I know of rock'n roll artists who have sworn allegiance satan, so burn all your rock music CDs why? Here's a summary of that approach, isn't every individual interpreting on their own but looking to church tradition, to keep us on track, but not to dictate the interpretation. Applying that to the book, some of the interpretations would not be biblically faithful. The book has a sincere tone but overall I found it authoritarian and dogmatic. With all that said, there are glimmers of a good principles to follow there.
We are to be more to alert to the power of the supernatural and the possible impact of that on the natural. We are in a spiritual war, and how that plays out we don't know. The Bible does provide incites into the supernatural and our spiritual war; to me this book stretches far far beyond what the Bible says. View all 3 comments. Aug 09, Matthew rated it did not like it. This is what Rebeca Brown now Yoder is doing nowadays.
And I wish her well. This could have been really creative, daring, shocking "religious fiction", and a phenomenal read at that. Instead is purports to be non-fiction, and true. Which it's not. So no, I don't believe Angels surrounded a pastors house, rebuffing satanists while they astrally projected there to kill the pastor. Nor do I believe Rebeca's cat was possessed by Satanists. Rebeca owes apologies to those she's slandered with false accusations of satanism. But beyond that, I wish her happiness in her new life in the country, and hope she gets it through her head that it's better to LIVE for Jesus than to make up wild-eyed fictional stories ending with information on how you intend to DIE for Jesus.
View 1 comment. Jun 27, Thomas Coon rated it did not like it. I first read this book as a 15 year-old, impressionable Evangelical Christian with a fascination not unlike my demographic at the time for spiritual warfare and demonic activity. Now as a more sober Orthodox Christian who has read the Desert Fathers and the Philokalia, I can easily conclude that most if not all of Rebecca Brown's book is absolute bunk. Let me be clear: I very much believe in Our Great Lord and God and Savior Jesus Christ and I say this to fulfill the "test of the spirit" th I first read this book as a 15 year-old, impressionable Evangelical Christian with a fascination not unlike my demographic at the time for spiritual warfare and demonic activity.
Nevertheless, several things about this book don't add up, and they only end up detrimentally clouding true religious teaching. Here are a few things wrong with Brown's cosmic and worldview: 1.
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Dec 06, Jan Tik rated it did not like it. As one of my favorite theologians once said, stories about Satan are fraught with difficulty. After all the old serpent is the father of the lie, and has no interest in being uncovered - so any story about him should be treated with the utmost care. Failure to do so invariably have the tendency to veer off into superstition and the ridiculous. And no doubt, Rebecca's story is filled with mystical claims, and many do not make sense at all. It is however easy to find the truth about Rebecca, who i As one of my favorite theologians once said, stories about Satan are fraught with difficulty.
It is however easy to find the truth about Rebecca, who is really Ruth Bailey - a small-town physician who, after authorities in Indiana revoked her license, traveled to California and began promoting her strange views over there. Richard Fisher and M. Even Wikipedia has an article on her.
On this kind of topic, a much better read although also with some strong reserve is Malachi Martin's Hostage to the Devil , and M. Scott Peck's Glimpses of the Devil. Jan 30, Joey rated it it was amazing. This is the scariest book that I've ever read, and I had alot of trouble sleeping during the time that I read this book.. I think the book is super interesting, thus the 5 star rating, however, I don't know if I quite believe everything in the book Sep 06, Booger rated it really liked it.
I believe this book gives a lot of insight to the World of Witchcraft and it's ways. Of course, one doesn't have to look far nowadays to see the effects of the goal of control and power. When I started reading it I was more disturbed than afraid. I believe that anyone who isn't afraid of the demonic and supernatural realm hasn't been exposed to the spiritual realm of the satanic kingdom. That said, those who have commented that she is a fear monger have not read to the end where Jesus does save I believe this book gives a lot of insight to the World of Witchcraft and it's ways.
That said, those who have commented that she is a fear monger have not read to the end where Jesus does save and deliver because He is all powerful. I'm not sure about the theatrics she describes with the manifestation of demons and all that but I do know that demons are real and that they do want to use us to do the work of Satan.
All praise be to god almighty that we have a deliverer who is able to free us! A few other things that were said in the book did raise an eyebrow though. She was told that if she didn't tell the world about Jesus then they wouuldn't be told. Well doctrinally thats' wrong. Jesus said that he would build His church. One person will not stop the spread of the Gospel if leigions of demons haven't been able to stop it by now. I hesitate to call it a "story" only because I'm sure that whatever I can imagine, the spiritual realm is much more "dramatic than that.
Even teh demoniac in the cemetary broke chains and cut himmself, so theres biblical evidence of the sensationalism that can follow possession. Overall, I think this is an easily readable book. It's a book that has many warnings of peril and destruction for those who dabble in the dark arts. But there is always the hope she reminds us that we have in Jesus.
Dec 15, Ilsa rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorite. This is an amazing, absolutely true story.
Rebecca brings up Bible verse after Bible verse to support every fact she shows, and thousands of brilliant, famous men have claimed that the Bible is the rock upon which we stand. My parents told me that I had to read this before the first Harry Potter, and after consideration, I enjoyed this more. Harry Potter was written by a Satanist, based on Wicka training grounds, and is trying to get children to try out 'magic' school. This was straightforward, This is an amazing, absolutely true story.
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This was straightforward, told you the absolute truth, and altogetherly well written and made to glorify God. Yes, I've seen the comments claiming that Rebecca is Skytsophrenic sp , but, as she said, Skytsophrenia sp is a common thing used by those anti-Christ to bring the truth down, to make it look like the delusions of a crazed mind. Also, did you know that this book is used in police officer's training so that policemen can know what they're dealing with when facing the Occult?
Surely if the policemen succesfully use all the methods in this book, then it must be real. How could a crazy person's delusions be used by the government? All in all, I have to say that Rebecca Brown, MD, is not overreactive, prone to hallucionations, or insane. Feb 12, Katie rated it did not like it. Jan 31, Cool added it. I have never thrown a book away or destroyed one Rebecca might truly believe the stuff that she writes about - if so God help her!
This book does nothing but build fear -unnecessarily. It is one thing to be aware of the scary people and strange behaviors out there - it is quite another to believe that there are horned beasts, werewolves, actual vampires and other mythical creatures running around trying to destroy humans and their souls. I threw this book away to protect innocent and naive people for falling victim to this hogwash!
One should not live their life in fear - but in rejoicing at the beauty and wonder that God has created for us and to look forward to what lies beyond this earthly life! View 2 comments. Mar 10, Chris rated it did not like it Shelves: bat-crap-crazy. Pure insanity. Tale of baby-murdering Satanic witch-cults, demon possession etc.
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Allegedly a "true" story. Author is now known to be a mentally ill con-artist. I read the whole book. It started out fairly well, but as I got into it I noticed there is Scripture taken out of context and some bazaar theology presented in many places. I believe that without very good Biblical background, this book could easily lead a Christian into some serious encounters that would put them in way above their walk. If you have not started the book, I feel it is best to leave it on the shelf and become more established in the basics before taking this book.
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Mar 04, David Alvarez rated it really liked it. This book is obviously not for everyone. As I have previously read on some reviews, this book frightens some Christians. Some have complained it glorifies satanism and gives the reader some side effects like hard time sleeping.
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This book is based around the author Rebecca Brown and a woman named Elaine. The story is about how Elaine was deep into satanism even becoming the wife of satan and having intercourse with him. Through numerous trials Elaine is saved and excepts Jesus Christ as her Lord This book is obviously not for everyone. The book goes into some detail of how satanism works and how witches and warlocks are able to use certain powers against others. It explains how strong believers of Christianity can combat against human spirits which are the spirits of human witches and warlocks trying to cause harm and demons with the power of Jesus Christ.
It also explains how the spirit, soul, and body are all different and their functions. Rebecca gives her opinion on how to truly except Jesus Christ in your life and the results that come with it. Some readers have quickly frowned upon the book for various reasons even gone to the extreme of discrediting her with her personal life issues.