Author: Taiwo Ayeni

is the president of Rehoboth Bible Ministries, Inc., in Grand Prairie, TX.

While it is not in the character of God to curse, it is discovered that the violation of God’s laws triggers curses. God’s laws carry adverse consequences that sometimes result in a generational curse when disobeyed. Therefore God does not need to verbally put a curse on someone before the curse like a time bomb kicks in.

Understanding and demystifying dreams is an age-old passion, but as hard as people try, if God does not give the grace, the effort becomes a waste of time.

Oppression is the same thing as to be in bondage. When a person is oppressed he does things that are obviously beyond human reasoning, and plays the fool beyond his or her own control. Oppression kicks in gradually and grows in hooves and horns as the days go by when nothing is done to restrict or confront it.

It is important to know the patterns of behavior that provide you with the evidence of demonic oppression. There are stages through which satanic oppressions or possessions manifest. When you begin to observe the signs, it will help you identify what is going on.

Why is your bed strategic? Because the place where you sleep is a site of divine renewal or satanic regression. You could be either made or marred on your bed. Lying on your bed in the solemnity of day or the serenity of night, you can initiate, maintain, and sustain fruitful thinking that will change your life. Great thoughts of glorious happenings could be inspired on your bed as you thoughtfully guard your hearts in deep search of divine mysteries: “There is a spirit in man, the inspiration of the Lord giveth them understanding,” Job 32:8.

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life.

We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life.“I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.”

Cheer up–this is your time. Trust Him for your turnaround!

Let’s look at the ways deliverance and honor are connected. Take heart in this truth: You are delivered by God to be put in the place of honor. “Surely his salvation is nigh them that fear him; that glory may dwell in our land” (Psalm 85:9).

What is it like when a man runs his home without satanic limitations? Such a man is introduced to us in Psalm 128:1-4, and he is called a blessed man. Who is he? He is the man who fears the Lord.

All of us, therefore, need to take a close look at how we as men conduct ourselves in carrying out our responsibilities as a spiritual head, husband, and father. This man is supposed to be a godly example to his family, and God nurtures him to fulfill this expectation. A free man does not struggle with vices such as sexual immorality, anger and other character issues, financial impropriety, and a bad work ethic.