If you still do not believe that demons are real and deliverance is necessary in this age of terrible sin, watch this video. Like in the time of Jesus this preacher is casting out demons just in the street, in front of many people, demons have to come out as they tremble at the name of Jesus and we, all Christians have this power and authority given us by Christ to do the same as He was doing, to follow Him, preaching the gospel, healing the sick and casting out demons.
Hallelujah! The Lord is good and worthy of all praise! Praise you Jesus, praise you Father God for sending your son to die on the cross for our sins so we can be called children of God and destroy all the works of the devil in the name of Jesus. We have victory in Jesus!
Sing to the LORD a new song;
Sing to the LORD, all the earth.
Sing to the LORD, bless His name;
Proclaim good tidings of His salvation from day to day.
Tell of His glory among the nations,
His wonderful deeds among all the peoples.
For great is the LORD and greatly to be praised;
He is to be feared above all gods.
For all the gods of the peoples are idols,
But the LORD made the heavens.
It is the most beloved song for most Christians. There are many inspiring stories behind many old Christian songs and hymns. Christians are people that sing, they have been always singing, to praise God and to fight the devil, to lift their souls up and to be encouraged in the darkest hours. Please remember that singing for Christians is also a weapon of war and a very important task that God has always requested, He always wants us to sing and praise Him. I personally love singing for the Lord and I love old songs, old hymns, simple, powerful and anointed by the Holy Spirit like this one. The modern Christian music full of drums and noise is not the same, there is no comparison to Old Christian singing. I belong to old, Scottish church that is still full of elderly people with very strong beautiful voices, there is nothing better than to be among Christians that sing like the old Scottish folks. If you ever fill down start singing, praise God, no matter what, your mood will be changed and as the bible says, resist the devil ( who brings on you all kinds of destruction) and he will flee from you. Resisting the devil means that you do not agree with thoughts that come to your mind, with moods and all kinds of destructive voices, patterns etc, but you say, God said that He will fight for me, He is always with me and I will rejoice, no matter what. Read the story of this beautiful song and be encouraged becasue there were many Christians before us who went through lots of troubles and millions of them sang this song that brought them healing of their troubled souls.
There is special power in singing, God ordained that we are to come to Him with praise and thanksgiving, this opens the gate of His presence.
“Amazing Grace” is a Christian hymn published in 1779, with words written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725–1807).
Newton wrote the words from personal experience. He grew up without any particular religious conviction, but his life’s path was formed by a variety of twists and coincidences that were often put into motion by his recalcitrant insubordination. He was pressed (conscripted) into service in the Royal Navy, and after leaving the service, he became involved in the Atlantic slave trade. In 1748, a violent storm battered his vessel off the coast of County Donegal, Ireland, so severely that he called out to God for mercy, a moment that marked his spiritual conversion. He continued his slave trading career until 1754 or 1755, when he ended his seafaring altogether and began studying Christian theology.
Ordained in the Church of England in 1764, Newton became curate of Olney, Buckinghamshire, where he began to write hymns with poet William Cowper. “Amazing Grace” was written to illustrate a sermon on New Year’s Day of 1773. It is unknown if there was any music accompanying the verses; it may have simply been chanted by the congregation. It debuted in print in 1779 in Newton and Cowper’s Olney Hymns but settled into relative obscurity in England. In the United States, however, “Amazing Grace” was used extensively during the Second Great Awakening in the early 19th century. It has been associated with more than 20 melodies, but in 1835 it was joined to a tune named “New Britain” to which it is most frequently sung today.
With the message that forgiveness and redemption are possible regardless of sins committed and that the soul can be delivered from despair through the mercy of God, “Amazing Grace” is one of the most recognizable songs in the English-speaking world. Author Gilbert Chase writes that it is “without a doubt the most famous of all the folk hymns,” and Jonathan Aitken, a Newton biographer, estimates that it is performed about 10 million times annually. It has had particular influence in folk music, and has become an emblematic African American spiritual. Its universal message has been a significant factor in its crossover into secular music. “Amazing Grace” saw a resurgence in popularity in the U.S. during the 1960s and has been recorded thousands of times during and since the 20th century, occasionally appearing on popular music charts.
The greatest influences in the 19th century that propelled “Amazing Grace” to spread across the U.S. and become a staple of religious services in many denominations and regions were the Second Great Awakening and the development of shape note singing communities. A tremendous religious movement swept the U.S. in the early 19th century, marked by the growth and popularity of churches and religious revivals that got their start in Kentucky and Tennessee. Unprecedented gatherings of thousands of people attended camp meetings where they came to experience salvation; preaching was fiery and focused on saving the sinner from temptation and backsliding. Religion was stripped of ornament and ceremony, and made as plain and simple as possible; sermons and songs often used repetition to get across to a rural population of poor and mostly uneducated people the necessity of turning away from sin. Witnessing and testifying became an integral component to these meetings, where a congregation member or even a stranger would rise and recount his turn from a sinful life to one of piety and peace. “Amazing Grace” was one of many hymns that punctuated fervent sermons, although the contemporary style used a refrain, borrowed from other hymns, that employed simplicity and repetition such as:
Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost, but now am found,
Was blind but now I see.
Shout, shout for glory,
Shout, shout aloud for glory;
Brother, sister, mourner,
All shout glory hallelujah.
Simultaneously, an unrelated movement of communal singing was established throughout the South and Western states. A format of teaching music to illiterate people appeared in 1800. It used four sounds to symbolize the basic scale: fa-sol-la-fa-sol-la-mi-fa. Each sound was accompanied by a specifically shaped note and thus became known as shape note singing. The method was simple to learn and teach, so schools were established throughout the South and West. Communities would come together for an entire day of singing in a large building where they sat in four distinct areas surrounding an open space, one member directing the group as a whole. Most of the music was Christian, but the purpose of communal singing was not primarily spiritual. Communities either could not afford music accompaniment or rejected it out of a Calvinistic sense of simplicity, so the songs were sung a cappella.
This is healing of a young woman from horrible back problems by the power of the Holy, Almighty God. We serve the God of miracles, who expresses His awesome power by deliverance from demons and healing this sick, like the Lord Jesus did.
The churches do not teach it. They do not teach deliverance and healing. The churches only preach the gospel, every Sunday and for ever. I absolutely love the bible and the word of God, which is our lifebelt but there is so much more to do, that we should be doing.
The bible is absolutely of vital importance but the Lord Jesus said: follow me and do what I have been doing. He did not say, come and listen to the sermon every Sunday for 50 years and you will be good. We should be always learning and growing in the word of God but what about all the other mighty works of God? How many churches do healing or deliverance? It is beyond my understanding, who they do not do what Jesus said we should be doing. Is it that Christians do not believe the word of God? Is the God of today, somebody else than the God of 2000 years ago? So, why did he say – I do not change? How many pastors devote their time to praying for the sick like this and casting out demons of tormented people? This man below, is such a pastor but there are very few of them, while people, even Christians are perishing in torment, the pastors just peach sermons on Sundays as if the word of God was a lie. As if our God had no power at all. Yes, I do believe in the power of prayer when we pray intercessory prayer but there is so much more when we believe in Jesus. I myself was miraculously healed at least a few times, just because I believe what the bible says and I believe my Jesus. Why so many doubt?
The pastor below, he was a satanist, totally demonized and the Lord had mercy on Him, He saved the lost man so now he is preaching the gospel, casting demons out and healing the sick. Amazing miracles happen during his meetings, people are getting healed in front of others, even unbelievers get healed and this is how they come to Jesus for salvation by seeing the power of God.
I want to stress that the pastor is a very humble man. He does not take any money for this, He is devoted to serving the Lord Jesus.
The girl below had horrible problems with her back and hands, she was bound in bed for 3 years and was awaiting serious operation but she prayed to the Lord to heal her, she believed that He could do it. Her friends brought her on her wheelchair to this meeting and this is how she got healed. Amazing God! Amazing grace! Praise to Jesus, the Lord of lords!
If Jesus, the Son of the Living God, spent so much time, all nights on prayer, what about us? Are we praying? Are we devoting our time to prayer and talking to God or are we watching TV, videos and do many other worldly things instead of praying? Do we realize how much important prayer is? How much our Father is waiting for us to come and talk to Him? And how much the devil hates when we pray? Who is going to pray?
Early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up and slipped out to a solitary place to pray.
After bidding them farewell, He went up on the mountain to pray.
When all the people were being baptized, Jesus was baptized too. And as He was praying, heaven was opened,
Yet He frequently withdrew to the wilderness to pray.
In those days, Jesus went out to the mountain to pray, and He spent the night in prayer to God.
Most Christians do not realize their value in God’s eyes. What often appears to be humility is simply an inability to understand our standing as a child of God. Learn to see yourself as God sees you—and leave poor self-esteem behind forever.