Former Co-Worker Breaks Into Home to Perform Exorcism

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When an Indiana man broke into his former Chick-fil-A coworker’s home because he believed she needed an exorcism, he shined a bright light on exactly what not to do in deliverance ministry.

Pastors and ministers who have engaged in or witnessed someone delivered from demonic oppression or generational curses know this is something that must be taken seriously, but also biblically above all else.

Somehow, the suspect thought it would be a good idea to break into his former coworker’s home around 1:15 a.m. and perform an exorcism with a homemade CD.

Thankfully, a witness called the police who found the man bloodied in the house from the broken glass he climbed over to gain entry.

“Play track number three, that will save her,” the man allegedly told authorities.

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As reported by WTHR 13, “The man was taken by medics to a local hospital, where he was admitted due to his mental state. He is facing charges of criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and residential entry.”

Demons and the supernatural are not something to be taken lightly, as Paul warns in the Bible that we are at war with them. Believers also need to heed the call to put on the full armor of God so that we may withstand the blows of the enemy, because without it we will not be properly equipped for the fight.

When it comes to deliverance, a practice Jesus Christ performed and commanded His followers to do as well, “Stick to the Scriptures,” Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills implores in a recent podcast.

“Those who are involved involved in demonic activity biblically and have seen the
power of the Holy Spirit and the power of Satan, no one jokes about it. No one laughs about it. They take it dead seriously, and because of that, they’ll be 100% biblically accurate in their approach,” he says.

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We are living in a time when Satan wants to deceive people about the seriousness of demonic activity in society, and if he can make it a topic people roll their eyes at, he will.

Revivalist Isaiah Saldivar echoes this sentiment, and has warned that these deceiving spirits have even infiltrated the prophetic and apostolic.

“We have to call out heretical teachings and bad doctrine,” Saldivar says regarding witchcraft in the church.

These false teachings, these unbiblical doctrines, are what drive people to break into houses in the middle of the night to perform exorcisms through music. That isn’t biblical. It isn’t of God, and it must be confronted by the truth of Scripture.

“They will be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. They will teach a different Jesus, a different spirit and a different gospel. We have to push back against these teachings. We can’t be OK with a false teaching, a false gospel or heretical message,” Saldivar adds.

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James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.

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