SPIRITUAL STORIES ARCHIVE
The Spiritual Auditing Of Edith Hemphill
John Doherty was a first rate accountant. He was also a spiritual warrior. He had been trained by the best in the business…The Holy Spirit. He had many spiritual gifts and abilities. He discerned the hearts and minds of the people he met daily and used that information to know who to do business with and who to avoid. Because his heart was clean from besetting sins, God protected him around the clock. The Lord communicated His Mind to John on most matters and John would endeavor to obey and do whatever God required of him.
As world events took place, John would direct situations through prayer, saving those who needed saving and removing those who didn’t.
Edith Hemphill was a grandmother of two and a mother of four. She lived in New York City and had all her life. But she wasn’t all that she appeared to be. She had been dabbling in the occult for kicks ever since her husband died five years earlier. Slowly the demons entered in to her mind and soul until she was hollowed out inside and was the dwelling place for a principality demon by the name of Raddam. He was a foul spirit with great power. He now operated from a new address…Edith.
The Holy Spirit began to move on John Doherty to pray over the new host of Raddam. He realized the dynamics of this challenge and understood if he failed, it could be his death.
As John began to pray, the Holy Spirit alerted those of God from throughout the world to intercede for the removal of Raddam from this earthly realm. John was shielded from the demon, so that his position would not be known and he could not be attacked.
After the demon was blinded to John’s whereabouts, John began to sever the evil spirit’s support one by one, until half of his demonic support structure was gone. John discerned the type of demon he was, so that he could bind up his powers, until he was ushered away by the angels who were in charge of this spiritual event in the unseen world.
When the demon was bound and removed from the woman, she was no longer oppressed and the potential danger had passed.
John had not rested from that battle before he had to return to work. However, he had joy and with joy…he had strength.
Copyright © 2008 Mark Edgemon
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