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The Roots of Rejection


As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them.  O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.  (Isaiah 3;12)

The curse of destruction of the family priesthood, centered in the father, usually results from inherited family curses.  It paves the way for a spirit of Rejection to enter a child.  This leads to a withdrawal of the father from his role and position of authority.  It eventuates in a lack of love for and interest in his wife and children.

Frustrated by his lack of leadership and her inability to respect him as a man, the woman (who herself may have inherited curses of dominance) begins to direct the home by the Jezebel spirit.  This involves usurpation of authority, dominance and rebellion.  This is the essence of witchcraft.  She controls the family through emotional blackmail and conditional love.

The child is caught up in the conflict between the parents and becomes the chief victim.  He will end up with an inability to give or receive love freely.  Because of the confusion of the authority pattern in the home, he is set up for schizophrenia (double-mindedness)  and paranoia to gain a foothold.

Evil spirits in the mother will coerce the male child.  They will forbid him to assert his masculinity or to engage in activities which would develop him as a man.  If he wants her approval and love he must submit to her control and domination.  This causes him to lose his own self-respect.  If he  disobeys and rebels, he loses her love and is tormented by guilt.  As he grows older, often he may become confused about his sexual identity, fear marriage and drift toward perversion and homosexuality as an escape from escalating sexual pressures and fears.  He will reflect his mother’s disdain for and despising of his father’s weakness and/or refusal to cope with the dominance in the home.

Often the father plunges into his work, drink, affairs with other women or divorce in an effort to keep his own sanity.  Preoccupied with his own problems he is indifferent to or helpless in the face of his family’s problems.

The progression of destruction in the life of a female child is much the same as that of the boy.  However, consciously or unconsciously, she will absorb and manifest the same attitudes and spirits which drive her mother.  The use of emotional blackmail in the home sets the stage from the entrance of double-mindness, especially in the children.

In addition there will usually be a deeply buried spirit of Hatred of Parents in the child, opening the way for hounding of the individual by Guilt and Condemnation.  This terrible repetition of disaster in families is self-propagating.  Unless someone learns the truth, breaks the curses and reverts back to God’s family order, the curse can perpetuate itself for generations in families.

There is a definite pattern to the entrance of Rejection, which in turns opens the door for Rebellion:

(1) Curse of destruction of the family priesthood, centered in father;

(2) Curses and Spirits of Withdrawal of the father and dominance by the mother;

(3) Spirit of Improper Discipline usually works through the mother, either over-permissive or too harsh, may associate with the curse of rebellion against discipline on the child’s part;

(4) Spirit of Lying to Escape Punishment;

(5) Curse and Spirits of Guilt;

(6) Curse and Spirits of Distrust (resulting from guilt);

(7) Curse and Spirits involving Lack of Communication Between Parent and Child;

(8) Curse and Spirits of Rejection (”My parents don’t love me…  . .I can’t even talk with them, etc.”)

Many times rejection can be broken by following this progression: Break the curses mentioned in items 1 through 8.  Have the person confess sin and renounce the spirits and then force them to leave.

First, bind the spirits of Rejection and his friend, Rebellion.  Ask the Lord to put a block or wedge between them lest they mutually reinforce each other.  Next, attack Rejection by digging out the roots and shields before confronting him.  He is much easier to remove after cutting away the “underbrush” of shielding demons, rather than mounting an offensive directly against him while his forces are intact.

Battling the Host of Hell by Win Worley ©1976, pp. 224-226.

The following is an excerpt from “Schizophrenia, Booklet #13″ by Pastor Win Worley. Copyright © 1983 by Win Worley, Revised © 1993. 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.

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