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Spirit of Rejection/Dr.Pat Holliday/Marshall Perot/Dr.Sabina

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ROOTS TO CHILDHOOD

 All who reject Christ the Creator still feels a spiritual thirst and search for meaning and curiosity about an afterlife. If they reject the truth, they will find counterfeits. Millions are being drawn into occultism through their seeking a reason for living. Looking for enlightenment, they are find darkness and death. Others seek after the astrologers, psychics or new agers. One thing for sure, multitudes believe in a "higher power". Our nation has left Christian mores, the Genie is out of the bottle and it’s, like Pandora's box, is impossible to close the evil up again.

Rejection is an inability to give or accept love. It is often connected back to the roots of childhood in all likelihood to parents who had the same issues. Rejection causes a person feel unlovable and valueless. The spirit of rejection directs a person’s life to feel inadequate, inferior or insecure. The person believes that everyone is better than me. They have no recognition as being a valued individual, no important role in life.

The spirit of rejection will cause a person to self-reject. They do not like anything about themselves. They will reject everyone and never give anyone a chance to prove their worth. They require absolute perfection from every relationship. One mistake, they take friendship away. Rejection affects all relationships.

They feel rejected by God. They cannot give love and cannot receive love. Something like a trauma or negative circumstance can trigger and release and another layer of rejection will take place. For deliverance of the spirit of rejection, it must be dealt with at its roots. It should be recognized, exposed, cut off and cast out.

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