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Man (Freed from Roman Catholicism)


Friday night I was delivered from many evil spirits which came from the Roman Catholic Church.  Pastor Worley had mentioned in his sermon that prayer to the saints was anti-Scriptural.  I was shocked when something inside of me boiled up with hatred for him and what he was saying.  I myself was in agreement, having been saved and also studied my Bible.

During the invitation, I went to the pastor for prayer, explaining what had happened.  He quietly rebuked the spirit of Prayer to the Saints in the name of Jesus and commanded him to manifest.  Immediately the demon flared back at him, snapping angrily, “Shut up, you fool.  Don’t you talk to me like that.”

This kicked off a struggle which I could hear but could do little about, except to pray in my mind to the Lord Jesus.  The evil spirit cursed Pastor Worley and loudly berated him for “messing everything up,”  Peevishly he shouted that until he came with his “stupid preaching of that Book” they had little trouble holding these people.  “The Catholics belong to us, Satan gave them to us!  You have no right to interfere!”  he kept yelling angrily.

He glared at the former Catholics who were assisting in my deliverance, and shrieked accusingly, “You traitors, traitors!  You were reared Catholic, how dare you break free, you belong to Satan; you have no right to do this.”  Then he became incoherent in his fury and frustration.

Finally, he was so embattled he angrily stormed, “All right, all right, I’m going, I’m going, I can’t stand this anymore.”  With an awful “AAAAAAhhhhhhh!” and a roaring scream he left.  Other demons popped up, just as angry and resistant to the Word of God.  The next ones were the names of the saints to whom I had prayed and to whom I had been dedicated.  Each was a demon spirit who had to be thrown out in Jesus’ name.

I am so thankful to be delivered from this host of spirits who were designated as the Spirits of Babylon.  A very powerful one was belief in the Pope as the head of the church.  Others were called:  Authority of the Priest; Confession; Holy Eucharist; Blessing of Throats with Candles; Holy Water; Novenas; Ashes (for Ash Wednesday); Friday devotions (I had been taught that making seven consecutive Fridays would save you); Lent, Knees (crawling from the back of the church to kiss a relic from Rome blessed by the Pope); Rosary, The Mass; Benediction Services; Prayers to Mary; Way of the Cross, Lighting Candles (vigil lights) and many others.

I do praise God for those who helped in my deliverance, which stretched into three and one-half hours.  9

The following is an excerpt from “Roman Catholicism, Booklet #20″ by Pastor Win Worley. Copyright © 1983 by Win Worley, Reprinted/Revised 1991. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including storage and retrieval system, without securing permission in writing from the publisher, WRW Publications, PO Box 852626, Mesquite, TX 75185.

If you’d like to obtain your own copy of not only this, but other materials authored by Win Worley, please contact WRW Publications atwww.wrwpublications.com

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