Coffee Anyone?

Okay, I have an amazing story to tell you about a person becoming freed from strongholds in the middle of Starbucks. I won’t tell you when this happened or who it happened with because they want to remain anonymous, but I asked if I could share it “generally” because it’s so powerful, and who DOESN’T want a powerful testimony, so here we go!

Recently, from reading a poem of mine, someone with a drinking problem felt they could reach out to me, so we met for coffee, hoping God would reveal the root of the problem, and in doing so, a lot more was brought out in the open.

After listening to this person, I realized there was definite demonic torment going on and asked if they wanted to be freed from it. They said, “Yes!” I explained how no one would be drawn by attention, that it could be done through quiet prayer, and that’s exactly what happened!

It was very interesting: it was almost as if you could see something slowly rising within this person, and once this presence reached their throat, they began to choke. It was as if something grabbed the inside of their throat, making it hard for them to swallow.

After very quiet, persistent prayer, this person was freed!! …in the middle of Starbucks, with patrons unaware.

That night, this person experienced amazing time with God with a sober mind and body. I love it because the gods that were present in that Starbucks saw bondage walk in and freedom walk out. Ha! Take THAT, darkness!!

By the way, did you know that the logo for Starbucks is referred to as a “Siren:” a two tailed, topless mermaid, known for her seduction (that’s why her tails are split in the middle)? …just wondering if you knew.


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