Unmasking Satan | John Ramirez | Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural

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When his abusive father was murdered, John Ramirez made Satan his father. But when God stepped into John’s life, He had other ideas. Now John’s passion is to keep you three steps ahead of the devil.

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  1. Thanks be to God. I have had demons of all kinds try to hurt me like a demon of unbelief trying to make me not believe in God's Word. I have been afraid of demons but I now know that I don't have to be. I rebuke that demon of unbelief in Jesus' Name.

  2. All wicked people who are making money on the free word of Yahuweh that is SALVATION may be judged for their "business" because our salvation is a gift, not a business for greedy people who found an easy way to deceive people with lies and make money on it.

  3. Don't be afraid of evil. Make evil afraid of you! You have the power invested within you by the Holy Spirit and the blood of Jesus to crush the head of satan with your heel. Make the demons cry and run back home to their daddy – because greater is HE that is in you, than he which is in the world. Seriously. You have nothing to fear – and your fear is the only power they have over you. Nothing else. Tell them what stop to get off at and to please let the door hit them on the way out.

  4. Church is for fellowship not to help you save your family the Bible the one that supposed to help you save your family you have to read at home when we go to church we go to make friendship with others we have to learning the Word of God at home and not going to the world until your own family is safe by yourself and God with you and Jesus

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