INCUBUS AND SUCCUBUS
Those attacking females are called incubus and those concentrating on males are called the succubus. These are vicious sexual spirits that can molest and torment susceptible individuals. Most attacks are at night and the person is awakened by fondling hands, caressing hot lips and tongue, and other forms of lust-inducing stimulation. These Spirits can generate every kind of abnormal and deviate sexual experience.
These demons cruelly torment their victims to satisfy their filthy cravings, coming in the form of both human and animals. Some people have told us that they get to the point they are afraid to go to sleep at night. Their days are filled with shame and they feel everyone knows what they do. They have no hope of escape. Many consider suicide and a good number carry it out.
Some of these demons have been loosed on these helpless people by curses from their ancestors, and some by their own sins.
Inordinate: (1) disorderly, unregulated; (2) exceeding reasonable limits, immoderate, excessive.
After we accept Christ as Savior, we need to carefully consider our former relationships with people. Any wrong activities, actions, thoughts, desires, and attitudes should be confessed as sin and never be engaged in again. We need to recognize the cleansing and forgiveness provided by Jesus Christ (I John 1:9).
Inordinate affections include unnaturally close friendships involving affections, heterosexual or homosexual contacts, and fellowship in other sinful practices. This will include all blood covenants.
We know that before salvation we knew people in a purely human way (2 Corinthians 5:16). After salvation, all of our relationships need to be examined to make sure none of them are in violation of God’s Word.
Since “the fleshly or carnal mind is enmity with God; not subject to, nor can it ever be subject to God” (Romans 8:7), we must be careful what we subject it to.
Remember, evil companionships, communion and associations corrupt and deprave good manners, morals and character (I Corinthians 15:33-34). “If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away, behold all things are become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17).
Pray this or a similar prayer to break ungodly connections with the past (pray out loud for more power and authority):
“Satan, in the name of Jesus, I come against the demon authorities who controlled and motivated my relationship with (friend’s name) and break your power and authority over my life and affections, especially as related to him/her.
By the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ, I remove myself from any authority you ever exercised over me. I renounce all ungodly ties of affection and ask that the Lord Jesus help me to love him/her only with His agape love, ‘in the bowels (affections) of Jesus Christ. I give my affections (desires) completely to the Lord Jesus Christ for His use. Amen.”
After you have prayed this prayer and accepted the cleansing of Jesus, you may find it better to stay away from these friends long enough to become spiritually stable yourself. (2 Corinthians 6:17).
If your former friends will not come to Christ for salvation and cleansing, then part company with them. You can ask God to bring these persons across your path when you are stronger spiritually, and when they have been drawn and convicted by the Holy Spirit.
You will need to renounce all pacts, covenants, promises and other binding allegiances to former friends in the world, and break all curses that may have been incurred by such relationships or agreements.
Pray this prayer (pray out loud for more spiritual authority):
“Since I have confessed my former relationship with (name) as sin, and the sinful practices that were involved, I now break any curses which have come to me as a result of this association. Satan, it is written in Galatians 3:13, ‘Jesus became a curse for me on the cross and blotted out the handwriting of ordinances which were against me.’
In the name of Jesus, I take authority over every demon that has inhabited my mind, will, emotions, body or spirit because of any friendship outside of Jesus Christ. I have confessed these relationships (with their activities, thoughts, desires and attitudes) as sin. I now command all demons associated with these relationships to leave me now in Jesus name. Amen.”
I now follow Romans 12:1, and present all my members and faculties to God. I desire to be well-pleasing to God.
Carefully begin to make new friendships only in Jesus Christ that will be based on true love as outlined in I Corinthians 13.
Continually renew your emotions and mind in Scripture, praise, spiritual songs and pure and wholesome thoughts (Ephesians 5:19, 26; Psalm 34:1; Philippians 4:8). Fix your mind on things outlined in Philippians 4:8. This suggests we may need to use force on our minds. Think about and tell the demons about Jesus’ love for you, His last supper, His submission in the garden, His death, His resurrection, His ascension and His priesthood – all for you. It makes the demons recede when you force your mind to think about the love Jesus Christ has for you and to remember that they have no chance for salvation.
In I Thessalonians 5:18, we are told to thank God in everything. If you are busy thanking God for all He does for you, you cannot be depressed.
Pray with the understanding and in the Spirit (Jude 20; I Corinthians 14:4). Memorizing and singing Scripture can be an invaluable aid (I John 2:14).
Thankfully and joyfully fill your days with good hard work (I Thessalonians 4:11). See Luke 16:10-12, and learn to take responsibility for your small, earthly duties so that you can be trusted in much. Serve in the church and fellowship with Christian companions (Hebrews 10:25).
Since bad music is often associated with bad relationships, renounce and destroy all rock, country, blue grass, melancholy and sensual music. Especially shun music that brings remembrance of former sinful activities and friends. If someone is working with you, have them call out names of artists and types of music as names of demons.