My schedule is filled every day, five days a week and sometimes more, with virtual and in-person encounters. When I make a bold statement about how demons enter and what makes them leave, it’s based on facts collected from more than five decades of deliverance. What I’m going to point out is perhaps the most overlooked aspect of prayer to free an individual from demonic bondage. If you are seeking deliverance, you can’t overlook this crucial factor – exploring the evil roots of generational bloodlines.
As I’ve stated repeatedly in the online curriculum of Bob Larson University, the legal rights of demonic invasion and continuing infestation are often linked to specific factors associated with genealogy. In other words, demons often enter, and continue abiding in a person, because that individual’s ethnic, racial, geographical, and cultural background harbors a curse. That curse must be uncovered and renounced, or the demon may not have to go. And that can only be done by demanding a demonic manifestation and getting the objective facts from the demon about where and when the victim’s curse started.
Let me give an example. I recently ministered to a woman from South America who manifested defiant demons. This individual had been molested as a child, raped as a young woman, and suffered drug addiction and broken relationships most of her life. I had her renounce all the sins of her Hispanic ancestors to no effect. Then she casually mentioned that she also had Italian ancestors. I felt the Holy Spirit alert me to the possibility that her real problem was in her Italian bloodline, all the way back to ancient Rome. When I had her break the curses of her Roman forebears, a vicious demon came forth. I demanded the name of the demon and he said, “Draco.” Draco was one of the ancient Greek Titan gods adopted by the Romans. Confronting this evil spirit and casting him out was the key to the woman’s deliverance. But that could not have happened without tracing her bloodline genealogy.
I could give you a thousand other case studies like this which I’ve encountered in my many decades of ministry. The principle was the same in each instance of deliverance. Finding the generational source of the demon’s power and cutting off that root was the key to freedom. These important factors in ministering deliverance within a genealogical context are explained in detail in many of the videos posted on XDUNAMIS, our streaming platform. Exodus chapter 20 and 24, as well Deuteronomy 23, speak of such generational curses. So does the neuro-biological science of epigenetics, which I discuss in my book “Dealing with Demons.” Educate yourself to the importance of genealogical considerations if you want deliverance or seek to minister deliverance. Avoiding or minimizing this important part of prayer may be the thing that you miss when telling demons to go in the name of Jesus.