Still in Bondage

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Many Christians have a false sense of security when they think that because they are saved they are safe from the influence of the devil and his evil seducing spirits. By following our own will, our choices can invite evil strongholds to enter, or remain, in our lives even after salvation. When I refer to an evil stronghold I mean giving in to repeated temptations to sin, including temptations that appear to go away for long lengths of time, even years, and then reoccur again. These strongholds, many times, are the same strongholds our ancestors had. Since evil spirits cannot dwell at the same time with the Holy Spirit, there has been much debate over whether an evil spirit can actually oppress a Christian.

However, when a Christian is being tormented by evil spirits they need to be set free from their evil oppressors, regardless of what other Christians believe or are telling them. The truth is that the devil is tormenting many Christians and they need help — which is the purpose for this teaching. My document is not written for the purpose of debate, but for Spiritual freedom. This document is for believers. The Bible says if we believe God can set us free. And straightway the father of the child cried out, and said with tears, Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief.

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We must believe that God can set us and our family free. Regardless of whether a person calls it oppression or possession, there is freedom through Christ! Just as the father of this child asked for freedom for his child, we too must ask God to help us overcome any unbelief that we might have of seeing our self or our family free from bondage.

When any person yes even a Christian desires freedom, the real issue should not be whether we believe they are oppressed or possessed — but the real issue should be are we ready to tell them there can be true freedom in their life through Jesus Christ!

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If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are. The Bible says that when we are born again, or saved, we are born of the Spirit. Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.

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Because of the apparently voluntary nature of the bondage, many do not see it as slavery. But the labourer is often so desperate for a loan, without other sources of credit, that there is little real choice involved. And once bonded, the threat of violence and the limitations on personal freedom involved make the practice in effect no different from chattel slavery. Many other slavery-type practices remain widespread, despite having been forbidden by UN conventions.

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These include forced marriage, wife-transfer, child marriage and the sale of children for labour. In Brazil, forced labourers clear Amazonian jungle at gunpoint.

In western Europe, prostitutes from the former Soviet block are forced to work without any choice of which or how many clients they sleep with, and with the threat or use of force curtailing their freedom. And in the United States, Free the Slaves, another anti-slavery group, found illegal forced labour in at least 90 cities, involving over 19, people. The CIA has estimated the number of slaves in America at 50, Chinese, Mexicans, Vietnamese and others work against their will in the sex trade, domestic service, farms and sweatshops.

In America and Europe, there is at least some hope of recourse to the authorities. India and Pakistan have banned debt bondage but struggle to enforce the law.

Sudan is a criminal state actively encouraging rampaging militias. And Niger has been a rickety democracy for just over five years, unable even to admit its problem, much less tackle it. Like many things that should have been stamped out a long time ago, slavery, it seems, is alive and well.

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Still with us A botched release of slaves in Niger points up an ugly truth: bondage is alive and well around the world Unknown Mar 9th Unknown Mar 9th Reuse this content About The Economist. Hmm, maybe.

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