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Monday, December 11, 2017
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Which is the photo of an evangelical preacher, and which a dead rap star?
(Hillsong pastor on the left, Lil Peep recently deceased rap artist on the right.)

I’ve had my say on this issue of tattoos many times in previous blogs: “Demonic Tattoos 12/14/15 (To read click here.) and “Cremation Tattoos 11/03/14 (To read click here.). My book “Curse Breaking” has a lengthy subject on this topic, pages 108-112. (To order click here.) What I’ve set forth there is clear and concise. Lest the reader think I’m a legalist, I state in the book that I’m not opposed to medical tattoos and leave open to conscience tattoos with biblical themes. I also pull no punches that tattooing may, in certain instances, give an opening to demonic curses, and I provide anecdotal evidence. Make no mistake, body inking has its root in pagan cultures and has long been associated with “mana” energy, the tattoo providing the portal of demonic entry.

What gives me cause for this blog is the recent comment of Carl Lentz, Hillsong pastor in New York, who publicly, and somewhat arrogantly, put down Christians who hold to an anti-tattoo position by saying that the biblical permissibility of tattoos is a “no brainer.” With questionable exegesis, he declared that it’s time to “die” to any theology opposing tattoos. I’m not here to pick a fight with Lentz, nor to discredit the good done by Hillsong. Philippians 1:18 admonishes us to rejoice wherever Christ is preached, whether with “false motives or true.” I am not judging Lentz, but neither do I appreciate being labeled among “brainless” believers for suggesting caution with tattoos. (For an additional perspective on tattoos go to: https://www.crosswalk.com/family/singles/is-it-biblical-for-christians-to-get-tattoos.html)

Most tattoos aren’t artistic renderings of John 3:16 but rather witchcraft and pagan symbols, images of death and skulls, or dragons and mystical motifs. I have documented scores of case studies of instances when demonic possession was facilitated by tattoos. Such empirical evidence carries cautionary weight, and isn’t “brainless” but rather prudent. If tattooed Christians wish to look like a walking billboard for “L. A. Ink” they have the latitude to do it, but please don’t condescendingly lecture those of us who differ as if we were lacking in intellectual acuity. In the rush of cool Christian to attract the world, “Tattoo-you” (inside Stones reference) believers may run the risk of cultural compromises that are spiritually poisonous.

An encouraging word: GET GOD’S COUNSEL
I encourage many people to get counseling. They often need it after deliverance to further resolve issues raised during an exorcism. Often the counseling people receive before deliverance paves the way to a more successful time of ministry; this is true if the individual has already, by wise counsel, worked through painful times of trauma. But the most adept therapist or prudent counselor can’t match the wisdom of God. “The counsel of the Lord stands forever,” declares Psalm 33:11. The educated and experienced human mind can give good direction, but only what the Lord declares survives the test of time for eternity.


Bob Larson has trained healing and deliverance teams all over the world to set the captives free and Do What Jesus Did® (Luke 4:18).  You can partner with Bob and support this vision to demonstrate God’s power in action by calling 303-980-1511 or clicking here to donate online



Cassidy’s Wasted Years

Monday, December 4, 2017
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Teen pop-star, David Cassidy, through the years.

On November 22, two weeks ago, teen idol, David Cassidy, aged 67 died. To an older generation raised with “The Partridge Family” it was hard to believe that one of America’s most famous youth idols had passed. The fresh-scrubbed face of his youth, eventually gave way to struggles with alcohol and erratic behavior, including leaving the scene of an accident and driving on a suspended license. (He was in trouble with the law several times because of his alcoholism.)

Finally, he succumbed to dementia, a fact he made public earlier this year. He declined rapidly and eventually died from liver and kidney failure. He was put in a medically induced coma, but briefly regained consciousness. It was during that time, according to his estranged daughter, Katie, that Cassidy uttered his last words: “So much wasted time.”

What did he mean? Had he wasted his youth as a cultural icon without experiencing the normal joys of growing up? Had he wasted his relationships, failing in three marriages and having his daughter Katie illegitimately from a fourth relationship? Had he wasted a legacy of personal success apart from his TV appearances and record sales? Had he wasted an eternity without God because he apparently made no profession of a personal faith?

I wish that during those tumultuous and frenzied years of adolescent stardom someone had quoted to Cassidy the words of Ecclesiastes 12:1: “Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth, before the difficult days come, and the years draw near when you say, ‘I have no pleasure in them.'”

You don’t have to be a pop star and make millions to waste the best opportunity in life, surrendering to Christ as Lord and Savior. If by chance you read this and are not a Christian, make your peace with God now lest you too waste precious time living in sin and pay the price of sin’s consequences. It’s too late now for David Cassidy to get back his wasted time, but not too late for you to experience God’s perfect peace and the abundance life that Christ promised those who believe in Him.

An encouraging word: WIPE THE SLATE CLEAN
While using the lavatory on a plane recently, I noticed the hand soap provided by the airline. It was called Philosophy, and the label said, “With clean hands we find our grace. We realize the slate can be as clean as we allow it to be.” I have no idea whether the company bottling the soap is expressing a New Age sentiment or a biblical worldview, but the words are Scriptural. Grace is wiping the slate clean. Isaiah 1:18 puts it like this: Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool. It’s a good idea to wash your hands in the lavatory. It’s a great idea to wash your soul in the blood of Jesus.


Bob Larson has trained healing and deliverance teams all over the world to set the captives free and Do What Jesus Did® (Luke 4:18).  You can partner with Bob and support this vision to demonstrate God’s power in action by calling 303-980-1511 or clicking here to donate online



Highway to Hell


Monday, November 27, 2017
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Living easy, living free, Season ticket on a one-way ride,
Asking nothing, leave me be Taking everything in my stride,
I’m on the highway to hell, No stop signs, speed limit,
Nobody’s gonna slow me down, Like a wheel, gonna spin it
Hey Satan, payed my dues, Playing in a rocking band
Hey momma, look at me, I’m on my way to the promised land
I’m on the highway to hell
DATELINE: November 18, 2017, Sydney, Australia; Malcolm Young, founding member of Australia’s hard rock band, AC/DC, died, aged 64. Cause of death, dementia. Previously afflicted with cancer and wore a pacemaker due to heart problems.

Hard drugs, alcohol and satanic lyrics were Malcolm’s trademark, like the words to “Highway to Hell” above. His other main paean to demonic imagery was the song “Hell’s Bells,” (“Won’t take no prisoners, won’t spare no lives, nobody’s puttin’ up a fight; I got my bell, I’m gonna take you to hell. Satan get you, Hell’s Bells.”) When it came to popular and financially-successful hard rock of the 80s and 90s, no one did it with more rebellion and antichrist imagery than AC/DC.

It’s axiomatic to state that rock ‘n’ roll took a toll on Malcolm, as it did AC/DC’s first lead singer Bon Scott, who died of “acute alcohol poisoning,” literally choking on his own vomit after a night of heavy drinking. To say that the band has been cursed, is obvious. To conclude that they partially brought it on themselves, is also painfully conclusive. One can only pray that the rest of the band, including Malcolm’s brother-bandmate Angus Young, gets the message before “Hell’s Bells” toll again at an untimely age. “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked, for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap” (Galatians 6:7).

An encouraging word: THE BEGINNING OF CREATION
“Long ago, by God’s word the heavens existed” (1 Peter 3:5 NIV). That simple statement is cosmologically profound. It flies in the face of atheists and evolutionists who want us to believe that the universe is an accident, that it just happened by luck. How long ago is “long ago” we don’t know, but the Bible does tell us that there was a time when the cosmos existed, created and sustained by the Word of God. We don’t know the exact chronology of how we got from there to here, but we do know Who started it all. That gives life meaning and purpose that a Big Bang never can provide.

Bob Larson has trained healing and deliverance teams all over the world to set the captives free and Do What Jesus Did® (Luke 4:18).  You can partner with Bob and support this vision to demonstrate God’s power in action by calling 303-980-1511 or clicking here to donate online




20 Million Witness Exorcism!

Monday, November 20, 2017
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Ministry Update!




Photo taken by Sun photographer exclusively for this article. 
  • Bob is a very modern exorcist, streaming exorcisms live on Facebook and uploading professionally edited clips to his YouTube channel, clocking up millions of views.
  • Armed with just his iconic silver Hand-Held Cross of Deliverance – also available on his site for $100 (£75) – and a Bible, Bob forces spirits from hijacked flesh with determination and authority.
  • To help meet global demand for his services, Bob set up The International School of Exorcism to teach people around the world how to cast out dark entities from people needing help in their own communities.
  • With his gentle manner and impressive track record, it’s unsurprising to learn that Bob is not only the exorcist of choice for Christians struggling with an unwanted guest, but also people from other religions who are unable to get help and support from their own communities.
This is such a large article, we can’t begin to include all it contains. It also has internet links for people to join our International School of Exorcism. WOW, the most-read newspaper in the UK directing people to enroll. That is a God-thing!
God has given us favor with the secular world to get our message to those who need it most. A mega-church pastor would have to preach to nearly 400,000 people EVERY WEEK for AN ENTIRE YEAR to get the truth of Christ to those we reached with this one story.
Dollar-for-dollar, your support for this ministry will reach more lost and bound souls than any other way you could give to the Lord’s work. Thank you for your tithe and offering this week, to reach millions with the news that Jesus heals the brokenhearted and sets the captives free!


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Satan in Sutherland (11-13-17)

Monday, November 13, 2017        
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Devin Kelley, the face of a mass murderer!

November 5, 2017 will be remembered as the day that Satan came calling to small Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Devin Kelley barged through the front door while Sunday services were in progress and began firing at random with an assault rifle. Before his massacre had ended, 26 were dead and two dozen seriously injured. As with the Las Vegas shooting four short weeks before, descriptions of this mass murder were predictable: “evil,” “deranged,” “madman,” “psychopath.” As I pointed out in my blog of October 9 (to read CLICK HERE), “Based on 40 years of experience and 40,000 documented exorcisms, I can state without hesitation that Stephen Paddock [the Las Vegas shooter] was demon possessed. And I can also attest that if more Christian leaders would practice deliverance and spiritual warfare, America might be able to avoid a copycat crime.”

Whether the slaughter in Sutherland was a copycat, no one knows. But here are some interesting facts:

  • Kelley was a Facebook-declared atheist. No wonder his target was a church. America has sown decades of secularism and humanism. Should we be surprised at the tragic harvest we reap?
  • Kelley at one time taught a Bible class. And, according to teenage best-friend Ralph Martinez, they both attended Tree of Life Church in New Braunfels, Texas, a charismatic church. Was Kelley born again? Who knows. If he was, what does this say to the “Christians can’t have a demon” proposition? The killings were obviously demonic.
  • Kelley was a spousal-abuser and child-batterer. He also tortured animals. Why hadn’t anyone recognized that such individuals only escalate their inhumanity?
  • Kelley’s victims were the elderly, children, even a pregnant woman. Can anyone reasonably argue that mere madness would cause such carnage in a house of worship? I as I said in my blog about Las Vegas, why are Christian leaders timid to declare that he was possessed by demons? How and when he got these evil spirits we’ll never know, but the murders committed at First Baptist were the acts of a demoniac, not just an emotionally tortured soul.


We can arm church deacons. We can place security guards and metal detectors at the entrance to every church. But if we must do that, it will say more about the paucity of power in the church then it will about the rise of violence in our age. In a world where nothing is immoral, and everything is permissible, demons have been given territorial reign to do what they wish. The salt has lost its savor (Luke 13:34), and the carcass of culture rots while we watch. Unless American Christians get on the front lines of spiritual warfare, Satan won’t just be in Sutherland on a Sunday. Every congregation in the country will be at risk!

An encouraging word: TRUST GOD TODAY.
“In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust.” I like the poetic way that the King James Version expresses Psalm 31:1. This was no idle statement of confidence. At the time David uttered these words, King Saul was pursuing David to kill him. David was on the run away from his home and friends. All he had was the Lord. God was the only one he could trust. Sometimes God has to get us to the point where there is nothing else and no one who can deliver us, so we will place our trust in him. Don’t wait until there are no options to turn to the Lord. Put your trust in Him today. Then, when hard times comes, your relationship with Him will be all the more precious.


Bob Larson has trained healing and deliverance teams all over the world to set the captives free and Do What Jesus Did® (Luke 4:18).  You can partner with Bob and support this vision to demonstrate God’s power in action by calling 303-980-1511 or clicking here to donate online