(20) But I have this against you: you put up with that woman, Jezebel, who calls herself a prophet. You allow her to teach and to mislead my servants into committing sexual immorality and eating food sacrificed to idols. (21) I gave her time to change her heart and life, but she refuses to change her life of prostitution.Revelation 2:20-21
Cast Down Jezebel: The Series
Who Was Jezebel?
Anyone who intends to battle the demonic Jezebel spirit must start by knowing their enemy. There are two Jezebels and one spirit to discuss: Queen Jezebel from the Old Testament, ‘that woman Jezebel’ from Revelation 2:20, and the Jezebel spirit.
Old Testament: Queen Jezebel
The Old Testament Queen Jezebel is first mentioned in 1 Kings 16:31, which reads “Ahab found it easy to walk in the sins of Jeroboam, Nebat’s son. He married Jezebel the daughter of Ethbaal, who was the king of the Sidonians. He served and worshiped Baal.” (CEB) Directly after this, we learn:
(32) He made an altar for Baal in the Baal temple he had constructed in Samaria. (33) Ahab also made an Asherah pole and did more to anger the LORD, the God of Israel, than any of Israel’s kings who preceded him.1 Kings 16:32-33 (CEB)
Ahab is a critically important figure in the context of Jezebel. The workings of Ahab and Jezebel are intimately intertwined, so it’s almost impossible to discuss one without the other. But Ahab is a major topic of its own, so I will have to address the bulk of it another time in a separate Ahab series. What’s important to understand for now is the connection between Ahab marrying Jezebel, the daughter of a Sidonian king, and Ahab leading Israel into the idolatrous worship of Baal that did more to anger the LORD than any of Israel’s kings before him. The way Queen Jezebel interacted with Ahab illustrates the Jezebel spirit’s main agenda and gives us a clearer picture of what Jesus says about the New Testament Jezebel in Revelation 2:20.
First, let’s note that the LORD God had previously warned the Israelites about intermarrying with the pagan nations, because they would seduce the Israelites into worshiping other gods. This is in Deuteronomy 7:3-4. Later, in 1 Kings 11:1-2, the Sidonians are explicitly mentioned. Although in 1 Kings 3 the LORD quite clearly did not care that King Solomon married an Egyptian woman, Pharaoh’s daughter, Solomon’s marriage to hundreds of women from the pagan nations mentioned in Deuteronomy was a much different story. This infuriated the LORD and He promised punishment for it. Let’s see this now in an extended quote from 1 Kings 11:1-11.
(1) In addition to Pharaoh’s daughter, King Solomon loved many foreign women, including Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians, and Hittites. (2) These came from the nations that the LORD had commanded the Israelites about: “Don’t intermarry with them. They will definitely turn your heart toward their gods.” Solomon clung to these women in love. (3) He had seven hundred royal wives and three hundred secondary wives. They turned his heart. (4) As Solomon grew old, his wives turned his heart after other gods. He wasn’t committed to the LORD his God with all his heart as was his father David. (5) Solomon followed Astarte the goddess of the Sidonians, and Milcom the detestable god of the Ammonites. (6) Solomon did what was evil in the LORD’s eyes and wasn’t completely devoted to the LORD like his father David. (7) On the hill east of Jerusalem, Solomon built a shrine to Chemosh the detestable god of Moab, and to Molech the detestable god of the Ammonites. (8) He did the same for all his foreign wives, who burned incense and sacrificed to their gods. (9) The LORD grew angry with Solomon, because his heart had turned away from being with the LORD, the God of Israel, who had appeared to him twice. (10) The LORD had commanded Solomon about this very thing, that he shouldn’t follow other gods. But Solomon didn’t do what the LORD commanded. (11) The LORD said to Solomon, “Because you have done all this instead of keeping my covenant and my laws that I commanded you, I will most certainly tear the kingdom from you and give it to your servant.1 Kings 11:1-11 (CEB)
Jezebel was the daughter of the Sidonian king, as 1 Kings 16:31 tells us. And 1 Kings 11:5 tells us that Astoreth (aka Astarte. Astoreth/Astarte is the Canaanite equivalent of Ishtar, a Babylonian goddess) was the “goddess of the Sidonians.” Baal (also Ba’al) is Astoreth’s male counterpart and was the supreme deity of the Canaanites and other pagan nations (*1).
[The Ba’al Jezebel worshiped may have actually been Melqart, as that was a widely-venerated Phoenician (Sidon was in Phoenicia, basically Lebanon/Syria) deity which was called the “Lord of Tyre” (Ba‘al Ṣūr — the word Ba’al itself was an honorific meaning ‘owner’ or ‘lord.’). Whatever god it was, it was not the LORD God of Israel, and The Bible refers to it as Baal.]
And so, just as the LORD had said would happen, Ahab’s marriage to a Sidonian resulted in her seducing him to worship other gods. Jezebel still worshiped the gods of her pagan homeland, and her newfound position as queen of Israel gave her the opportunity to spread the worship of these gods even farther. By seducing and exploiting her husband King Ahab, she managed to get him to introduce the worship of Baal to Israel.
It was only a matter of time before this happened, because in Ahab, Jezebel had found an easy target for her natural talents of seduction, manipulation, and control.
Passivity Enables Jezebel to Commit Idolatry and Cold-Blooded Murder
Although Ahab served his kingly duties when he had to, by going forth to fight the Syrians in battle when he didn’t want to, for example, Ahab was passive to his wife Jezebel; he was a pushover for her. It was easy for her to exploit and manipulate him to exert total control over him, and she didn’t necessarily need to use her talents of seduction to do it either. Jezebel was a master seductress, but that didn’t matter because Ahab tolerated all her activities anyway. He enabled her.
Once again on the topic of her Baal/Astoreth worship, 1 Kings 18 describes how Jezebel had the LORD’s true prophets slaughtered (but Elijah saved 100 of them, hid them in caves, and supplied them with food), but 450 prophets of Baal and 400 prophets of Asherah/Astoreth were welcomed at the royal palace where they feasted every day at the royal table. This could not have happened without Ahab’s tolerance and approval. Jezebel could never have gained control over her husband if he had stood up to her, but that was not his personality.
Aside from mercilessly slaughtering the LORD’s prophets, there is one incident that illustrates the depths of Jezebel’s evil more than any other, as well as the ruthless strategies she employed to achieve her aims. This story is described in 1 Kings 21.
A man named Naboth had a vineyard in Jezreel next to Ahab’s palace, and Ahab asked to buy it in exchange for a better vineyard or its price in silver. Naboth wouldn’t sell, because the vineyard was his inheritance from his family. Ahab became depressed at this, as verse 4 tells us. Then Jezebel comes in and takes control of the situation. She says, “what are you laying around for?” She mocked Ahab for being the king of Israel but getting depressed about being refused the vineyard, and she said she would get it herself. She wrote letters, sealed with Ahab’s seal, to the elders of Naboth’s village. She instructed the elders to have men bring false accusations of blasphemy against Naboth, and then have him stoned to death, which happened in verse 13. When the filthy deed was done, Jezebel told Ahab that she got the vineyard for him.
Here’s the full story, taken from 1 Kings 21:1-16 (CEB):
(1) Now it happened sometime later that Naboth from Jezreel had a vineyard in Jezreel that was next to the palace of King Ahab of Samaria. (2) Ahab ordered Naboth, “Give me your vineyard so it can become my vegetable garden, because it is right next to my palace. In exchange for it, I’ll give you an even better vineyard. Or if you prefer, I’ll pay you the price in silver.” (3) Naboth responded to Ahab, “LORD forbid that I give you my family inheritance!” (4) So Ahab went to his palace, irritated and upset at what Naboth had said to him—because Naboth had said, “I won’t give you my family inheritance!” Ahab lay down on his bed and turned his face away. He wouldn’t eat anything. (5) His wife Jezebel came to him. “Why are you upset and not eating any food?” she asked. (6) He answered her, “I was talking to Naboth. I said, ‘Sell me your vineyard. Or if you prefer, I’ll give you another vineyard for it.’ But he said, ‘I won’t give you my vineyard!’” (7) Then his wife Jezebel said to him, “Aren’t you the one who rules Israel? Get up! Eat some food and cheer up. I’ll get Naboth’s vineyard for you myself.” (8) So she wrote letters in Ahab’s name, putting his seal on them. She sent them to the elders and officials who lived in the same town as Naboth. (9) This is what she wrote in the letters: “Announce a fast and place Naboth at the head of the people. (10) Then bring in two liars in front of him and have them testify as follows: ‘You cursed God and king!’ Then take Naboth outside and stone him so he dies.” (11) The elders and the officials who lived in Naboth’s town did exactly as Jezebel specified in the letters that she had sent. (12) They announced a fast and placed Naboth at the head of the people. (13) Then the two liars came and sat in front of him. They testified against Naboth in front of the people, “Naboth cursed God and king!” So the people took Naboth outside the town and stoned him so that he died. (14) It was then reported to Jezebel, “Naboth was stoned. He’s dead.” (15) As soon as Jezebel heard that Naboth had been stoned to death, she said to Ahab, “Get up and take ownership of the vineyard of Naboth, which he had refused to sell to you. Naboth is no longer alive; he’s dead.” (16) When Ahab heard that Naboth had died, he got up and went down to Naboth’s vineyard to take ownership of it.1 Kings 21:1-16 (CEB)
Here Jezebel’s evil is on full display. When she saw her passive, depressed husband not taking any action and said that she’d take the vineyard herself, out of all the methods available to her, the one she chose was murder. The tactic of forging letters in her husband’s name and using his official seal (a literal example of her usurping his authority) was deceitful and manipulative. It led to an innocent man being publicly stoned to death for nothing. Ruthless. But don’t forget that although Jezebel’s true nature is ruthless and murderous, this couldn’t have happened if her husband hadn’t allowed it. Ahab never asked Jezebel how she planned to take the vineyard, he just passively allowed her to handle the situation, allowed her to fight his battle for him. And when she reported that one of his own subjects, Naboth, was dead, Ahab didn’t ask any questions. Ahab was passive to Jezebel and allowed her to do as she pleased.
This passive Ahab enabling or tolerating an aggressive Jezebel is more or less how these two demonic spirits cooperate even now in the present day. Tolerating a Jezebel leads to evil outcomes, just like what happened when Ahab tolerated the Old Testament Queen Jezebel. Whether it was her merciless slaughter of the LORD’S prophets, spreading the worship of pagan gods throughout Israel, or the deceitful way she murdered the innocent Naboth, Ahab never questioned, stopped, or even hindered his wife.
Manipulation, Seduction, and Witchcraft
Queen Jezebel had royal eunuchs, but The Bible doesn’t say much about them. She probably used them to do tasks for her. I’ll talk more about the Jezebel spirit’s use of eunuchs in a later post.
The Old Testament Queen Jezebel’s idolatrous reign of terror continued until she was thrown by her own eunuchs out of a window to her death in 2 Kings 9:33.
Right before that happened though, wicked Queen Jezebel attempted to use her tricks of seduction and witchcraft one more time. I will write about Jehu’s crusade against Ahab and Jezebel in a later post, but for now let’s see what happened when Jehu arrived to kill her in 2 Kings 9.
(30) Jehu then went to Jezreel. When Jezebel heard of it, she put on her eye shadow and arranged her hair She looked down out of the window. (31) When Jehu came through the gate, she said, “Do you come in peace, Zimri, you master murderer?”2 Kings 9:30-31 (CEB)
She put on her eye shadow and did her hair. While some historians suggest this shows she was determined to die a dignified death as a royal (which didn’t happen, as we’ll soon see), it probably was a last-ditch effort on her part to use her talents of seduction to escape the situation. She took one last gamble: What if Jehu wasn’t 100% devoted to his God-given mission and could be swayed by lust?
As for verse 31, it’s actually Jezebel using witchcraft. Zimri was a king whose story is described in 1 Kings 16. Zimri plotted against King Elah and killed him to usurp the throne. When Omri heard of this he marched the Israeli army against Zimri, and Zimri killed himself when he saw the battle was lost. There’s a bit more to the story here, but for right now, basically Jezebel intentionally referenced Zimri to implant seeds of doubt in Jehu’s mind regarding his mission—causing doubts and fear is a witchcraft trick (there’s more to discuss here but I will leave it for another time). This witchcraft was another last-ditch effort from Jezebel.
It didn’t work.
(32) Jehu looked up to the window and said, “Who’s on my side? Anyone?” Two or three high officials looked down at him. (33) Then he said, “Throw her out!” So they threw her out of the window. Some of her blood splattered against the wall and on the horses, and they trampled her.2 Kings 9:32-33 (CEB)
Splat. Too bad the witch didn’t have her flying broomstick. And so ends the Old Testament Jezebel, the first Jezebel we’re investigating. I’d say the important notes of her story from 1 and 2 Kings would be these:
- Served pagan gods; spread the worship of them
- Manipulative and controlling; controlled her passive husband
- Ruthless, murderous, deceitful and underhanded
- Master seductress; also uses witchcraft
Now on to the New Testament Jezebel, about whom we only have four verses of information.
New Testament: ‘That Woman Jezebel’
Do Not Tolerate Jezebel
Well, there are four verses directly addressing Jezebel (bolded), but I’ll include a few other verses from before and after those for context.
(18) “Write this to the angel of the church in Thyatira: These are the words of God’s Son, whose eyes are like a fiery flame, and whose feet are like fine brass. (19) I know your works, your love and faithfulness, your service and endurance. I also know that the works you have done most recently are even greater than those you did at first. (20) But I have this against you: you put up with that woman, Jezebel, who calls herself a prophet. You allow her to teach and to mislead my servants into committing sexual immorality and eating food sacrificed to idols. (21) I gave her time to change her heart and life, but she refuses to change her life of prostitution. (22) Look! I’m throwing her onto a sickbed. I am casting those who have committed adultery with her into terrible hardship—if they don’t change their hearts from following her practices— (23) and I will even put her children to death with disease. Then all the churches will know that I’m the one who examines minds and hearts, and that I will give to each of you what your actions deserve. (24) As for the rest of you in Thyatira—those of you who don’t follow this teaching and haven’t learned the so-called “deep secrets” of Satan—I won’t burden you with anything else. (25) Just hold on to what you have until I come.Revelation 2:18-25 (CEB)
Revelation gets started with Jesus addressing the seven churches. When it’s time to address the church in Thyatira, He praises their works, service, faithfulness, and endurance. He also mentions that their latest works are better than their first. But He calls them out on one thing: Just like King Ahab before them, they tolerated Jezebel.
Sexually Immoral and Idolatrous Lies
We can see in verse 20 that this New Testament Jezebel, whoever she may be, is up to the usual Jezebel tricks. She seduces the servants of Christ, leading them astray. The CEB translation says “mislead,” which is actually the original meaning of the word ‘seduce.’ We usually think of ‘seduce’ in a sexual context, and that’s often how seduction works, but in the true sense of that word it’s leading someone astray, away from something. In this case, Jezebel is misleading the servants of Christ into committing sexual immorality and idol worship.
Specifically what kind of sexual immorality isn’t mentioned, although verse 21 references ‘her life of prostitution.’ Sex rituals, temple prostitution, and homosexuality were involved in the worship of Astoreth, one of Jezebel’s pagan gods. The topic of Jezebel’s gods is coming in a later post. Specifically what they did at Thyatira is a bit irrelevant; sexual immorality is any sexual act outside of marriage, and it’s most certainly not the way of Christ.
In return, Jesus promises to throw Jezebel onto a sickbed, those who committed adultery with her into hardship, and that He will even kill her children with disease. It sounds like some sort of STD, which can most certainly result from adulterous prostitution.
Jezebel is always involved in sexual immorality! It’s a classic tactic it uses to mislead (seduce) Christian believers, and a key part of how it works.
As for idol worship, once again we see how Jezebel will introduce the worship of her pagan gods if given the chance, just like Queen Jezebel also did. Jezebel is always involved in idolatry! What specific idols she introduced isn’t mentioned, however, Jesus mentions in verse 20 that she ‘calls herself a prophet,’ which means Baal is a very likely candidate since Baal is a god of divination. By misleading (seducing) the Christians at Thyatira into eating food sacrificed to idols, Jezebel seduced them into breaking the first commandment. She seduced them away from Christ and towards false pagan gods, putting their salvation at risk. A terrible fate for a church that Jesus commends for its faithfulness and good works.
Another point to note is the part about the ‘deep secrets’ of Satan in verse 24. The text doesn’t say exactly what Jezebel was teaching at Thyatira, but whatever Jezebel has to teach is nothing but demonic lies, the doctrines of demons. Anything she teaches comes from Satan and is meant to confuse and mislead those who listen to it. Satan’s end goal of spreading its teachings through servants like Jezebel is to lead good servants of Christ astray, away from Christ. I bet “deep secrets” is in quotes because Satan has nothing to teach but lies. These aren’t true secrets, just nonsense. Jezebel’s teachings, whether the person spreading them even knows it or not, are all false and are ultimately intended for leading you away from Christ.
Once again though, we see that all this happened because the church at Thyatira tolerated (‘put up with’ in the CEB translation) Jezebel, just like King Ahab did. Jezebel cannot be tolerated! Jezebel and her activities must be stopped and rooted out before they spread and grow … she certainly by no means should be allowed and authorized to do as she wants! We can see two examples now of how that leads to UN-Christian devilry: The example of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel from 1 and 2 Kings, and this example of ‘that woman’ Jezebel from Revelation. Do not tolerate Jezebel!
If the church at Thyatira won’t get rid of Jezebel, Jesus will hold it against them on the day He returns. Then the Christians who have tolerated Jezebel and allowed her activities will suffer the punishment of damnation right along with her. Don’t tolerate and follow Jezebel! Get rid of her from your life right now! The salvation of your very soul is what’s at stake.
The Jezebel Spirit
The Spirit Behind the Curtain
Behind both the Old and New Testament Jezebels is the same demonic spirit: The Jezebel spirit that was riding and influencing both of them. We don’t know how old this spirit is, but it’s far more ancient than the Old Testament Queen Jezebel herself. The spirit was later named after that queen because she was so wicked and so perfectly embodied the characteristics of this ancient evil.
Spirits aren’t necessarily immortal, but they will certainly be here until the day Christ returns. They don’t have a gender, so a man can be influenced, afflicted, and ridden by the Jezebel spirit just as much as any woman can. Don’t let the female name fool you. Many men are indeed being ridden by the Jezebel spirit.
Jezebel is a very high-ranking servant of Satan, an important demon within the kingdom of darkness. Of course we don’t know her exact place in the hierarchy, since we don’t know the specifics of Satan’s hierarchy to begin with. Most of our knowledge of this spirit today comes from experience with suffering and resisting Jezebel attacks, and from engaging it in spiritual warfare. Simply recognizing the sheer power of this spirit is more important than knowing its specific rank in the chain of command.
A Familiar M.O.
This evil spirit’s agenda is to lead you astray (seduce you) away from Christ and into sin. It will gladly lead you into as many sins as it can, but it does place an emphasis on leading you into two mortal sins in particular: Sexual immorality and idolatry.
Sexual immorality seems to me to come from the New Testament Jezebel, the one who Jesus referred to as living a ‘life of prostitution’ and who He will eventually throw onto a painful sickbed. Now whenever there’s a Jezebel attack on someone, sexual immorality is almost always involved. Jezebel seduces Christians into adultery and all manner of sexual sins. Perhaps it does so because sexual sins are the hardest to resist, and most people find such sins tempting.
Pornography is a medium that Jezebel uses very often to enter people and create a stronghold. This immoral ‘entertainment’ is sinful in the LORD’s eyes, and viewing pornography also plays right into the clutches of the Ahab spirit. The Ahab spirit is perverted, and revels in all sorts of twisted scenarios. Pornography seems almost tailor-made for the Jezebel and Ahab spirits, and if someone is in slavery to the sin of viewing pornography, Jezebel and Ahab will work hard to oppress that person to keep them from recovering and overcoming their sin.
Since this demonic spirit has an agenda of misleading people away from Christ, it will have an easier time doing that when it uses the sweetest, most irresistible temptations for the purpose of seduction. Jezebel attacks almost always start with a seduction of some kind to drop the target’s defenses and start bringing the target under the spirit’s control. If it’s not an overtly sexual seduction, it can be something more minor like using flattery and compliments to get a target to like the person Jezebel is using (this is also seduction). Another example of a Jezebel spirit seduction is the “love bombing” (excessive flattery and emotional manipulation) that a narcissist does when they first target a victim. Jezebel can’t control and manipulate those who haven’t fallen for her seduction. You’ve got to stay grounded when people compliment you and beware of flattery (which is not a good thing). And you’ve got to rely on Christ for strength when tempted with sexual immorality.
Speaking of narcissists though, they are a good example of how the Jezebel spirit exploits emotional wounds to get into people’s hearts and create a stronghold. We know that narcissists are emotionally wounded individuals, and that these emotional wounds come from childhood. Demonic spirits exploit such wounds to enter their victims and torment them internally. I will revisit this point in a later post in the series, just keep it in mind.
Idolatry in Subtle Disguise
Jezebel can be a little sneakier when it comes to introducing the idolatry. Just like the Old Testament Queen Jezebel, the Jezebel spirit will introduce you to the worship of false gods, but since most Christians will reject that outright (or at least respond very negatively to it), Jezebel has to present it in certain ways that make it seem innocent.
Keep in mind now that an idol is more than some clay statuette or icon of some other god, an idol is also anything that takes God out of that #1 spot in your heart, anything that you put first before God. So this broadens the definition. For example, many people, Christians included, turn money into an idol since in their hearts they seek it more than they seek a relationship with Jesus Christ. That’s just one possibility.
People can become idols when you put them on a pedestal. But only God and nothing else belongs on that pedestal. If you think you can’t live without a person, you might have an idol in your heart. If you want some certain relationship with a person more than anything else, and you would turn away from Christ in order to have it, you have a heart idol or relationship idol. Put Christ first and make sure your relationships are pleasing to God. But definitely beware of idolizing people—I mention this example specifically because it’s so easy to do. Many people fall into this, including me, so don’t feel too bad if you’ve done it before. But be aware that this kind of idolatry makes it easy for a Jezebel to control you if there’s a Jezebel in the picture.
We can even turn our own will into an idol. Anyone know of the demonic Law of Attraction that’s red-hot popular right now? Yeah, I’ll get around to making a blog post on that one of these days. Manifest anything you want into your life? What materialism! What narcissism! What idolatry! God does not promise anyone prosperity in this life. Using witchcraft practices such as the Law of Attraction puts whatever you want in a more important spot than God’s plan for you. You’re so focused on yourself that you’re going to have it your way, no matter what. This is idolatry too.
Idolatry is anything that takes God out of that #1 spot in your heart. I’ve just given you a few examples of how idolatry can come in forms you might not be expecting. See, if Jezebel tried to seduce modern Christians with blatant Baal worship, it probably wouldn’t get very far (but then again, who knows). That’s why it needs to present idolatrous practices in ways that don’t seem like idolatry. Just weigh very carefully what anyone tells you about how to practice your spirituality. Make sure it ‘checks out,’ and if you have doubts then pray on it or tell your pastor before doing anything.
Beware False Prophets
Finally, remember that Jesus in Revelation says that Jezebel “calls herself a prophet.” Also remember that Baal is a god of divination and prophesy. So the Jezebel spirit will often use impressive prophecies as part of its seduction of people. By issuing such grand prophecies (or just prophecies that a person wants to hear), Jezebel makes them think it’s a blessed prophet and they start listening to it intently, thereby falling under the spirit’s control.
That’s why we must always remember the words of 1 John 4:1, which says: “Dear friends, don’t believe every spirit. Test the spirits to see if they are from God because many false prophets have gone into the world.” In other words, test these prophets and their prophecies; don’t take any prophecy at face value. Challenge them. Pray about it. If the prophecy truly came from the Holy Spirit, then have faith that this will become clear. And if anyone’s prophecy does not occur when it was supposed to, then that prophecy was not from God. Not every false prophet is a Jezebel, but false prophecy is one of the tactics very often employed by the Jezebel spirit.
Jezebel’s Agenda is Your Damnation
Once again: The Jezebel spirit uses all of these tricks and traps for the purpose of seducing Christian believers away from Christ and into sin; the main two being sexual immorality and idolatry. Jezebel wants to ruin your salvation—don’t let it!
I have to point here that your actions are always yours; no matter what evil spirit is influencing you, the actions you take are always yours. The demon riding you (or someone else) will certainly be working hard to influence you, but you have the power to walk away from sin, to say no to it. And if there’s a sin you can’t overcome, you need to turn to Christ for help. I’ll talk about this more towards the end of the Jezebel series, when I’ll write about how to fight back against Jezebel.
Before then, the next post in this Jezebel series will be about Jezebel’s gods: Baal and Astoreth. I touched on them briefly in this post, but next time I’m going to discuss them more in-depth, because understanding these gods also helps us to understand Jezebel (you can tell a lot about a person by what they worship), its background, and what it wants.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and found it informative. I really hope you now have a better understanding of Jezebel, both the two physical Jezebels in the Bible along with the Jezebel spirit. If anything is unclear, please leave a comment! I’ll respond when I can.
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(*1) Jennifer LeClaire, “The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel,” Chosen Books 2013. Page 21.
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