Can these objects cause destruction, death, prevent salvation and bring curses?  Read on:

SO YOU THINK A BUDDHA STATUE IS OKAY? http://www.the-saltoftheearth.com/danger-buddha-statues


JUST CHILDREN PLAYING? ON WND use their search area to find this article  Another article from http://www.wnd.com  kids playing a game summoning demons   http://www.wnd.com/2015/05/pastor-spills-secret-on-kids-summoning-demons/

Derek Prince shares his experience with inheriting dragons in artwork.

http://preview.tinyurl.com/jgtm9z6    Derek Prince article

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I11L71PD3Lw   Former satanist testimony John Ramirez now evangelist for Jesus Christ over 14 yrs




Deuteronomy 7

25 “The graven imagesof their gods you are to burn with fire; you shall not covet the silver or thegold that is on them, nor take it for yourselves, or you will be snared by it, for it is an abomination to the LORD your God.
26 “You shall not bring anabomination into your house, and like it come under the ban; you shallutterly detest it and you shall utterly abhor it, for it is something banned.


Joshua Verses 10-15 God awakens Joshua to inquiry, by telling him that when this accursed thing was put away, all would be well. Times of danger and trouble should be times of reformation. We should look at home, into our own hearts, into our own houses, and make diligent search to find out if there be not some accursed thing there, which God sees and abhors; some secret lust, some unlawful gain, some undue withholding from God or from others. We cannot prosper, until the accursed thing be destroyed out of our hearts, and put out of our habitations and our families, and forsaken in our lives. When the sin of sinners finds them out, God is to be acknowledged. With a certain and unerring judgment, the righteous God does and will distinguish between the innocent and the guilty; so that though the righteous are of the same tribe, and family, and household with the wicked, yet they never shall be treated as the wicked.

Verses 16-26 See the folly of those that promise themselves secrecy in sin. The righteous God has many ways of bringing to light the hidden works of darkness. See also, how much it is our concern, when God is contending with us, to find out the cause that troubles us. We must pray with holy Job, Lord, show me wherefore thou contendest with me. Achan’s sin began in the eye. He saw these fine things, as Eve saw the forbidden fruit. See what comes of suffering the heart to walk after the eyes, and what need we have to make this covenant with our eyes, that if they wander they shall be sure to weep for it. It proceeded out of the heart. They that would be kept from sinful actions, must mortify and check in themselves sinful desires, particularly the desire of worldly wealth. Had Achan looked upon these things with an eye of faith, he would have seen they were accursed things, and would have dreaded them; but looking on them with an eye of sense only, he saw them as goodly things, and coveted them. When he had committed the sin, he tried to hide it. As soon as he had got this plunder, it became his burden, and he dared not to use his ill-gotten treasure. So differently do objects of temptation appear at a distance, to what they do when they have been gotten. See the deceitfulness of sin; that which is pleasing in the commission, is bitter in the reflection. See how they will be deceived that rob God. Sin is a very troublesome thing, not only to a sinner himself, but to all about him. The righteous God will certainly recompense tribulation to them that trouble his people. Achan perished not alone in his sin. They lose their own, who grasp at more than their own. His sons and daughters were put to death with him. It is probable that they helped to hide the things; they must have known of them. What fatal consequences follow, even in this world, to the sinner himself, and to all belonging him! One sinner destroys much good. What, then, will be the wrath to come? Let us flee from it to Christ Jesus as the sinner’s Friend. There are circumstances in the confession of Achan, marking the progress of sin, from its first entrance into the heart to its being done, which may serve as the history of almost every offence against the law of God, and the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.




John has been sold out for Jesus and God’s word for over 12 yrs now..about 15 min into this you tube he takes you into a store selling statues and other abominable items and shares info about them

Curses: Cause And Cure by Derek Prince — Study Note Outline — CC1 Three Tape Series 6011 Curses: Cause 6012 Curses: Cure –

Part 1 6013 Curses: Cure – Part 2 Curses: Cause 6011 I. How I Was Led To This Theme

A. Define blessings and curses—emphasize continuation from one generation to another—families as well as individuals.

B. Examples of blessings 1. Gen. 22:15–18—From God (note cause) 2. Gen. 27:27–29, 33, 37–40—From man on behalf of God

C. The same principles apply to curses 1. The word “curse” occurs nearly 200 times in Scripture 2. Prov. 26:2—There is always a cause for a curse II.

Sources of curses

A. God Himself 1. Gen. 12:3—Protection of Abraham against anti-Semitism

2. Deut. 27:15–26—Twelve curses for breaking the law of Moses (note causes)

3. Jer. 17:5–6—For depending on flesh rather than God (compare Gal. 3:1–3, 8– 10)

4. Zech. 5:1–4—For stealing and swearing falsely (perjury)

B. Men on behalf of God 1. Josh. 6:26—Joshua regarding Jericho. See 1 Kings 16:34 2. 2 Sam. 3:28–29—David regarding Joab 3. 2 Kings 5:26–27—Elisha regarding Gahazi 4. Ps. 109:6–13—David’s prophetic curse on Judas Iscariot (see Acts 1:20; Prov. 17:13) 5. Mark 11:12–14, 20–21—Jesus and the fig tree

C. Persons with relational authority 1. Gen. 31:30–32—Jacob regarding his wife Rachel (note occult involvement)— compare Gen. 35:16–19 2. Judges 9:19–21, 56–57—Jothan (as representative of his father) regarding Abimelech and the men of Schechem

D. Self-imposed curses 1. Gen. 27:11–13—Rebekah, taking curse due to Jacob 2. Matt. 27:24–25—Israel, regarding Jesus

E. Satanic influence 1. Emotional reviling a. Rom. 12:14—Where cursing equals abuse, probably demonic b. 1 Cor. 4:12—Our protection is to bless. Wrong reaction: c. 1 Pet. 3:9—Fear or revenge 2. Planned “professional” Num. 22:4–6, 12—Balaam against Israel III. Forms Of Blessings And Curses A. Forms that blessings take—Deut. 28:1–14 1. Causes: a. Listening to God’s voice b. Doing what God says 2. Summed up a. Exaltation b. Health c. Reproductiveness d. Prosperity e. Victory

f. God’s Favor B. Forms that curses take—Deut. 28:15–68 1.

Causes:  a. Not listening to God’s voice

b. Not doing what God says 2. Summed up a. Humiliation

b. Mental and physical sickness

c. Family breakdown

d. Poverty

e. Defeat

f. Oppression

g. Failure

h. God’s disfavor

C. Conditions indicating curses (based on personal experience in ministering to people)

1. Mental and emotional breakdown

2. Repeated or chronic sicknesses (esp. without clear medical diagnosis)


3. Repeated miscarriages or related female problems

4. Breakdown of marriage—family alienation

5. Continuing financial insufficiency (esp. where income appears sufficient)

6. “Accident prone” Curses: Cure – Part 1 – 6012 I. Basis For Cure: The Atonement Of Jesus

A. One source of good: God the Father

B. One channel: Jesus Christ

C. One basis: work of the cross

D. One way to appropriate: faith II. From Curse To Blessing (Gal. 3:13–14)

A. Deut. 21–23—Jesus was made a curse according to the law of Moses 1. Is. 53:6—Covers all consequences of disobedience 2. Deut. 28:1–2—It still takes obedience to qualify for the blessings. Illustrate from Ex. 15:26 to “hearken diligently” to the voice of the Lord. 3. The way we respond to God’s voice will determine our destiny.

B. The cross has totally satisfied every legal requirement. We have to move from legal to experiential

1. Josh. 1—God had already given the land to the Israelites—but they had to fight for it

2. In moving from the legal to the experiential, often the key is determining the cause. We need to pay special attention to curses where there is an additional cause beyond simple obedience to God’s law.

3. Further examples of: a. Persons with relational authority b. Self-imposed curses c. Satanic influence

C. God’s protection—Prov. 2:1–11—With example from personal experience Curses: Cure – Part 2 – 6013 II. From Curse to Blessing (cont’d.)

D. Primary cause of curses: occult involvement (compare Deut. 27:15; 5:6–10)

1. Consequences: specifically extended to third and fourth generations. Historical examples: a. Reading from articles re U.S. presidency. b. Deut. 27:17—U.S. government treatment of American Indian.

2. “Legal” issue of curses: where a person has given “legal” occasion to the enemy to bring him under a curse, one essential requirement is to repent and turn from whatever evil conduct has exposed him to the curse

3. Basic problem of America: dominion of satanic power cultivated by original inhabitants

4. Your background is part of you.

Personal examples III. Process Of Release / Deliverance From Curses A. Basic Pattern

1. Recognize

2. Repent

3. Renounce

4. Resist (James 4:7)

B. Specific steps

1. Establish a clear scriptural basis (Gal. 3:13–14; Eph. 1:7; Col. 1:12–14; 1 John 1:8b; Luke 10:19)

2. Confess your faith in Christ

3. Commit yourself to obedience

4. Confess any known sins (of yourself or your family/ancestors)

5. Forgive all other persons

6. Renounce all contact with occult (by yourself or your family/ancestors). Get rid of all “contact” objects.

7. Release yourself in the name of Jesus C.

Close With: Collective prayer of release/deliverance. © 1981 — Derek Prince Ministries–International

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