Drugs; Alcohol; Unclean Habits; The Works Of Evil Spirits

The devil is exceedingly angry and is destroying multitudes. Some of you will turn me off right here because you like what Satan has flooded in your life. You like your unclean habits, your sexual immorality, and your worldly dress. You like living a loose and pleasure-filled life and have pushed the “Lake Of Fire,” where you are about to spend eternity, out of your mind. All of this is Satan’s intention because his business is to blind you to what is about to happen. Unclean living is the daily design of an army of spirits that work for Satan. The Book of Revelation teaches us that the devil, Lucifer, controls one third of all the angels. These are the fallen angels for whom the Holy Scripture says Hell and the Lake of Fire were created as their eternal judgment. Every human being that goes to the Lake Of Fire will be an intruder. Jesus Christ died to set you free of your sins and your nature of sin and to prepare you for His Heavenly city. The real purpose of this broadcast is to show both the believer and the unbeliever that our only hope is in the power of God. The Blood of Christ has paid the price for your sins, the supernatural power of the Holy Bible cannot be false nor fail, and the Holy Ghost is there to make it happen. When you surrender, your life will be transformed. One drug addict after another called this broadcast to testify of instant deliverance. People who say they need a prop from a psychologist have not been “Born Again.” Listen to the Holy Spirit, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (II Cor. 5:17).

8 thoughts on “Drugs; Alcohol; Unclean Habits; The Works Of Evil Spirits

  1. My comments always get sent before I complete them. Maybe that’s all I’m supposed to say?


  2. This is so true. I am guilty of things, but not alcohol or drugs and can only plead the blood.

  3. Could you please expound on the sentence “every human being that goes to the lake of fire will be an imposter.” Thanks.

  4. Drugs; Alcohol; Unclean Habits; The Works Of Evil Spirits”
    Bro. Joe all is very true. The Lord saved me 17 years ago and set me free from everyone of
    these.From day one I have never wanted to return to that life. It is true that Jesus will
    deliver and set free anyone that will turn to him. Jesus not only wash away our sins but
    will also take the want-to out also.

  5. Hello Pastor Joseph.
    On November 1 of this year (2010) I will have been sober 32 years. Back in August I had been off cigarettes 17 years. Both of which are clearly acts of divine intervention because there is no way I could have gotten free of these addictions myself.
    In contrast, I watched a former friend (who was stubbornly agnostic) put his wife and kids through twenty years of hell with his drinking and drug use. Finally in 2004, I told him either he get serious about resolving his addictions or else the friendship was over. Enough is enough! He chose the booze and dope and in 2008 at the age of 49 he died of cancer. It was the inevitable estination of the path he had decided to walk down.
    God will always help, but you have to ask for it.

  6. When I was battling such demons I would constantly pray for Jesus to cleanse me and when I fell apart I would turn to Jesus with all my heart. Jesus has today made me very strong and I am free of such evil thanks to Hisgrace and mercy. Through Jesus anyone can be made new!

  7. Pastor Chambers:

    As I wrote to you during the broadcast, one of the things I have been shown to eliminate excessive habits is to realize that we are to “put away childish things” (I Cor. 13) and go on to maturity and completeness in Christ. Alchoholism, drugs, etc are basically childish and based on selfishness as a child would demand to have all that he wants.
    Another thing is to realize the beauty of the pure life. I encourage everyone to read the book of Leviticus and also the works of John Wesley on Christian perfection-not as a statement of legalism but as a wonderful freedom of life.
    But, of course, all of this is not through man’s efforts but through prayer and the power of God. Let us pray that, not only for ourselves, but that all of our friends who suffer these crippling addictions may have that power in their lives and know the truth of the pure life.