Supernatural Stories: Alex’s Deliverance

Coming from the last post, where Alex had been demonized and we tried to get him set free the night before, I will write today about the next day, when he finally got free! (And although it was an awesome experience, it’s not as such a long post as the last one!)

We had a wonderful night, as the last post had said, seeing the miracle with the oil – and we had thought that Nathan and all the other demons were dispatched.  The next day being Sunday, we bundled up together and went to one of the assemblies represented by a couple of participants of the retreat.

We went to this highly charismatic church that was held in one of the country’s secondary school halls, and had a pretty rip-roaring time …. just like the night before.

And then –

Alex manifested again!

Right in the church.

With a growl, he lept up and ran towards another guy (who I know he didn’t know in the natural) and gave him a great big bear hug!  We realized that the demons in Alex were identifying with the demons in this other guy…. but in the natural the guy was freaking out!  

Alex rushed outside and started trying to climb the walls again – and the intercessors and in house deliverance team followed him out and loudly started to try to cast out the demons, which – like last night – were making no move to leave.

We were all huddled in one area, watching the goings-on and feeling intimidated when one of us, a guy I’ll call Will, suddenly rushed up to him and knelt by Alex’s head (he was on the floor at the time.)  Rather than all the screaming and commanding,  Will knelt down, looked into Alex’s eyes, and we just watched as Jesus’ love shined out from his eyes…. the demon didn’t want to look, and kept closing Alex’s eyes and turning his head, but Will kept gently bringing his head back and telling him, “Look at me. Look at me.”  He ministered love to Alex, gently telling him about Jesus’ love and how much he needed to be free.

I can’t remember how it happened, but suddenly, Alex was free!  The demons all were dispatched all with the name of Jesus in gentleness and love, rather than by using loud authoritative commands!  Just goes to show God is good… and does not work by man’s formulas!


8 Responses

  1. Thanks for sharing your story! jen

  2. Wow – what a story! In the 4-year olds today at church, I had a few boys at my table who were somewhat acting up and disruptive. The teacher had mentioned she felt a spirit of distraction almost from the beginning of class. I did notice when she prayed for the class she calmly took authority over the class and told Satan to leave, all the children settled down. (well for a bit.) So later at my table, these boys were kind of bouncing off the walls (for various reasons). At one point I looked them individually in the eye and said, “(Name) do you know Jesus loves you?” And they each, one by one said yes. One of the boys in particular is battling some real attacks at 4 years old. I don’t know what his home life is like, but I imagine it’s not whole and safe. Don’t know why I shared all that 🙂 … I suppose just the connection with your story.

    • hmm… maybe praying over the kids is something we should do together??? What do you think?

  3. Praise God for an incredible deliverance. Indeed the gospel is not in word only, but in power.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.

    • Amen Timbob…. Awesome power!

  4. Will..hmmmm the love of Christ wins ALL the time ROB…you had some crazy adventures back in UCCF man :)….

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