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Jake
Jake Kail is a teacher, author, and speaker who is passionate for the kingdom of God. He was called into ministry during his college years, after a life-changing encounter with God. The focus of his ministry is on teaching and equipping believers, strengthening local churches, and seeing awakening and restoration come to the church. He also ministers often in the area of deliverance from evil spirits, seeing people set free from bondage, torment, and oppression. Jake is the author of three books: Restoring the Ministry of Jesus, Can a Christian Have a Demon?, and Abiding in the Vine. He speaks at churches, retreats, conferences, and other venues. Jake lives with his wife and family in Lancaster, PA where he serves on the pastoral team at Threshold Church. Check out Jake’s website and blog here: http://www.jakekail.com.

Delivered from the Spirit of Heaviness

One description of the ministry of Jesus is: “ He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil” (Acts 10:38). Jesus delivered those who were oppressed by Satan and his evil spirits. He set captives free from demonic oppression and healed broken hearts. The word oppressed ...

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How Mixture Creates Confusion in the Church

In my last article, I described the two sources of supernatural power: God and Satan. Supernatural activity must not automatically be rejected or accepted, but must be tested to determine whether or not it is from God. We must embrace the Holy Spirit in all of His supernatural gifts, but we must not ...

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The Two Sources of Supernatural Power

There is a rise of supernatural activity in these days, and it is important that we understand the difference between what is of God and what is not. A perfect illustration of this is when Moses and Aaron faced off in a supernatural showdown with the Egyptian sorcerers. And Aaron ...

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The New Age Movement is Nothing New

In a recent article, I described the deceptive nature of the New Age movement. While the occult tends to be more blatant in its dark and evil nature, New Age is often more veiled. It blends humanistic philosophy with occult practices, and often dresses up in religious terms and activities. ...

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The Deceptive Nature of the New Age Movement

One of the primary characteristics of the devil is that he is a deceiver. His motive is to bring destruction, but his primary weapon is deception. I wrote previously how the enemy draws people into the occult. The occult is known for its dark and destructive practices, but there is ...

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