Heavenly Father, in the Name of Jesus . . .

Thy Kingdom come!

Thy Will be done!

Holy Sprit, you are welcome, have your Way in our lives!

Lord Jesus, confirm your Word in our lives this day!

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    PTSD

     

       Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the malady that plagues hundreds of thousands of Veterans today is a Spiritual problem, and a bi-product of pagan curses.

      Through Christ Jesus, these pagan curses can be broken, setting our soldiers free!!!

       Thousands of our Veterans of Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan have returned home with all kinds of ‘Psychological’ problems   Our government has labeled it ‘shell-shock,’ ‘battle fatigue’ or ‘post-traumatic stress disorder.’  The root cause of PTSD is ‘spiritual,’ it is the result of pagan curses being placed on our veterans by the religious leaders of these nations.

       In Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand the religion is Buddhism and Hinduism, mixed with Spiritism (demon worship).   Over the centuries this part of the world was given over to pagan spiritual powers.   The worship of evil spirits for power has become the norm in this part of the world.

       When these people went to war they called their gods (principalities, powers, rulers, spiritual wickedness) to fight for them.   During their battles they have learned how to call on the spirits to destroy their opponents.   When foreign powers came to their countries, they used these same spiritual forces against them.   Our American men and women went to fight a physical war, not a spiritual one.   They were spiritual ambushed and much sickness, confusion, mental torment, and death (especially through suicide) followed.

       Vietnamese Buddhist monks spent years heaping specific curses upon all Americans that came to fight their country.   These specific curses were:

    1. That the American soldiers would become ‘wanderers’, wandering for the rest of their lives.

    2. That they would never find ‘peace’.

    3. That they would be ‘angry’ for the rest of their lives.

     

    In the name of Jesus, these ‘blood line curses’ need to be broken, so our veterans will heal!

     

    To all our Veterans:  Thank you for your service!   Love ya Guys!

     

    Be ‘set free’ and ‘healed’ in the name of Jesus!