…the Jezebel spirit can and will be defeated through our faith in Jesus Christ! And the same goes for all other demons that plague us. There is nothing to fear; Christ is always with us.
Cast Down Jezebel: The Series
Hello Readers, and welcome to Part 8 of Cast Down Jezebel. In the previous post I covered Jehu, Jezebel’s ancient nemesis.
I said we need to adopt his determined attitude of non-compromise with Jezebel when we wage spiritual warfare against this spirit. We need to move in Jehu’s spirit—we need the Jehu anointing. Please check out the previous post for more.
Today I’ll be talking about how to fight back against the Jezebel spirit and get it away from you, out of your life. This is waging spiritual warfare. Battling with prayers. Besides making some life changes (which I detail below), this is the way you get the demons off your back.
After you drive off Jezebel, you may still have to deal with its spiritual children, eunuchs, and other members of the entourage. I talked about this in Part 5 of the series.
To teach you how to fight back, I’ll be running through a brief “crash course” in spiritual warfare. This material will be heavily based on Frank and Ida Mae Hammond’s classic book Pigs in the Parlor. This excellent title is considered by many to be a “must read” in the field of spiritual warfare. It teaches all the fundamental principles and practices of the topic. You should definitely read this book if you or someone close to you are under spiritual attack by the Jezebel spirit or any other demon.
So let’s get started. How do we wage spiritual warfare against the Jezebel spirit?
Spiritual Warfare Is NOT Physical Warfare
The True Fight: Ephesians 6:12
The first thing we must understand when getting into spiritual warfare is that WE ARE NOT FIGHTING A PHYSICAL BATTLE AGAINST PHYSICAL ENEMIES.
When someone has a demon riding them and we try to deliver them from it, we don’t engage in a physical fight. That doesn’t work. Demons are not physical. They are spirits, spiritual entities. They don’t have a body we can attack. They indwell the bodies of their victims to more easily drive them into sin. But the demons themselves, the true enemies, have no bodies for us to attack.
We must always make a distinction between the demons and their victims. The victims are not the demons, and vice versa.
Ephesians 6:12 is a fundamental verse of spiritual warfare. It explicitly states this point:
(12) We aren’t fighting against human enemies but against rulers, authorities, forces of cosmic darkness, and spiritual powers of evil in the heavens.Ephesians 6:12 (CEB)
For a more commonly-known translation of this verse stating ‘flesh and blood’ instead of ‘human enemies,’ I’ll use the ESV:
(12) For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.Ephesians 6:12 (ESV)
Our true enemies are not the people who have demons riding them. Our true enemies are the demon spirits, the authorities (archons) of Satan’s kingdom, and spiritual forces of evil. It’s important to understand this. Waging warfare against people accomplishes nothing except inflicting pain. That would be a win for Satan and his kingdom of darkness, because that would hurt people while doing nothing to the demons that are the true problem!
Our Real Weapons: 2 Corinthians 10:3-5
Our true battle is not in the physical realm we’re all familiar with. The real action happens in the spiritual realm. For that reason, our weapons in this fight are prayers. No physical weapons exist that have any impact on anything in the spiritual realm. But the prayers of faithful Christians, powered by God, can and do have an impact on things in that realm.
The Apostle Paul explains this in 2 Corinthians 10:3-5.
(3) Although we live in the world, we don’t fight our battles with human methods. (4) Our weapons that we fight with aren’t human, but instead they are powered by God for the destruction of fortresses.2 Corinthians 10:3-4 (CEB)
And the ESV translation:
(3) For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. (4) For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.2 Corinthians 10:3-4 (ESV)
So we pray against the demons attacking us or others. We come against them in the spiritual realm by the power and authority of Jesus Christ. We pray against them and command them to leave in Jesus’ name, and we continue doing this until the victim is free. More on this below.
Our prayers as faithful Christians, powered by God, impact our true enemies (demon spirits) in the spiritual realm even to the point of destroying strongholds. Demonic strongholds occur when demons inhabit a person for a long time and become entrenched. They put down roots and attract other demons in.
For example, the demon of bitterness may indwell a person who chooses not to forgive (more on the importance of forgiveness below). After growing in strength, it will invite in more demons (‘roots’) related to itself. What started with the demon of bitterness inhabiting a person ends with an infestation of the demon of hatred, the demon of resentment, the demon of unforgiveness, the demon of anger, and more.
Now that’s a big problem, a well-entrenched enemy that has been inside a person for a long time. It’s difficult to dislodge a demon that’s infested a person for so long and invited so many other demons in. But the prayers of a faithful believer are weapons of divine power in the spiritual realm. Even strongholds cannot stand against them.
This is because when we pray, we aren’t waging warfare on our own. We have the ultimate power backing us up in the spiritual realm. A power that every demon is powerless to stand against: Jesus Christ, the Savior.
Rely on Jesus and the Holy Spirit—We Fight from a Place of Victory
We Fight from a Place of Victory
In all aspects of spiritual warfare, we aren’t relying on our own power but on that of Jesus Christ. He is the one Who already defeated the demons during His lifetime. That’s why when we have faith in Him, He empowers our prayers in the spiritual realm. He is the power behind our warfare against demons.
He is an authority that all demons must submit to, they have no choice. When we stand in our authority as faithful believers and call on Jesus’ name against the demons, they must flee. They fear even the name of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is our refuge when we find ourselves under spiritual assault by demons, and Jesus is our offense when we go on the attack. He protects us and He empowers us. All aspects of our spiritual warfare work through Him.
When we understand and have faith in this, none of our spiritual enemies can stand against us. Some are stronger than others, and the Jezebel spirit is a powerful demon indeed. But all demons must submit to the power and authority of Jesus Christ. Have faith in this without seeing it … though once you see it in action for the first time, you’ll still be amazed!
Jesus defeated death through his sacrifice on the cross, now we have the promise of eternal life. Jesus defeated sin through his death, now we have the promise of forgiveness for our sins. Jesus defeated the demons … repeatedly! We see this many times throughout all the Gospels.
Jesus defeated these forces. He already won. If we’re on His side, then we are victorious too. So when we wage spiritual warfare as Christians, we must remember we’re fighting from a place of victory. Jesus already won! Thanks to his victory over Satan and the forces of darkness, we can wield Jesus’ power and authority to defeat these forces in our own lives.
We do have a part to play—we can’t sit back and do nothing in the spiritual warfare against Satan’s kingdom. We must oppose that when we detect it (more on detection below). But when we do act, we have Jesus the eternal victor on our side. So we must stand firm in our authority over demons as believers.
The victory over demon spirits is already won by Jesus. As far as heaven is concerned every captive is loosed! […] Then why isn’t every man saved? The blood must be personally applied. Every man who applies the blood by faith is saved. Those who refuse or neglect to apply that blood are lost.Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 88
Jesus Gave Us Authority over the Enemy (Luke 10:19)
This authority I’m talking about, Jesus explicitly gave it to us in the Gospels. The clearest verse on this is Luke 10:19, but that’s not the only verse.
Look, I have given you authority to crush snakes and scorpions underfoot. I have given you authority over all the power of the enemy. Nothing will harm you.Luke 10:19 (CEB)
Also see Mark 16:17-18.
(17) These signs will be associated with those who believe: they will throw out demons in my name. They will speak in new languages. (18) They will pick up snakes with their hands. If they drink anything poisonous, it will not hurt them. They will place their hands on the sick, and they will get well.”Mark 16:17-18 (CEB)
You can check other Bible versions if you prefer different translations. But one thing is clear—Christ gave us the authority to take this spiritual fight to the enemy!
Remember from previous posts that fear is a tactic and weapon of the enemy. We have no reason to fear in this spiritual war when our Savior has already empowered us to win. We have all we need. As faithful believers, we can drive out and defeat demons by the power and authority of Jesus Christ.
So once again, we must be confident and stand in our authority as believers. We can and will prevail, thanks to Jesus!
Jesus Gave Us Defenses (Ephesians 6:10-17)
And that’s not all. We also have an important means of defending ourselves, and this is the whole armor of God. The full armor of God is detailed in Ephesians 6:10-17, and consists of 6 items:
- 1) The belt of truth (verse 14)
- 2) The breastplate of righteousness (v. 14)
- 3) Shoes on your feet, so you’re ready to spread the message of the Gospel (v. 15)
- 4) “Above all,” the shield of faith (v. 16)
- 5) The helmet of salvation (v. 17)
- 6) The sword of the spirit (the Word of God) (v. 17)
No power of the enemy will harm us (Luke 10:19), and no weapon formed against us will prosper (Isaiah 54:17). But we still need to make sure we equip the full armor of God anyway.
We can see in the book of Job that God will sometimes allow the enemy to harm us with his weapons (though this always serves God’s purposes when He does so). One reason He might allow this to happen is when we’re not living and acting right. In that case we need to correct our behavior. Let’s look at the items in this armor set for an explanation.
The belt of truth: We must always tell the truth, and never shy away from professing the truth of our faith in Jesus Christ.
The breastplate of righteousness: We must act righteously, and seek justice.
Shoes on our feet: We must be ready to go wherever God through His Holy Spirit directs us, so that we can spread the message.
The shield of faith: This item gets a special mention and is singled out as especially important (“above all”). Let’s read the verse:
(16) Above all, carry the shield of faith so that you can extinguish the flaming arrows of the evil one.Ephesians 6:16 (CEB)
This illustrates how our faith is our greatest defense. Remember, Jesus Christ promises nothing in vain. He said that no power of the enemy will harm us (Luke 10:19). Have faith in Jesus: His victory over sin and death, His promises, and His victory over all demons!
Flaming arrows are a deadly weapon. Satan isn’t pulling any punches. He seeks to kill us by seducing us into sin and costing us the salvation we were promised. He might do this through his servants such as the Jezebel spirit, in which case that spirit is one of the flaming arrows. Again, have no fear! The Scriptures say that the shield of our faith, the true faith, extinguishes the flaming arrows of the evil one.
We must make sure our faith is strong before engaging in any spiritual warfare!
The helmet of salvation: A helmet goes on our head. Our fight against the enemy is in large part a mental battle. The devil is always trying to attack our minds, bringing us down with negative, immoral, or hateful (etc.) thoughts.
We need to put on the helmet of salvation and protect our minds in this battle. This calls for mental discipline, something difficult to cultivate but important to have. Frank Hammond explains the importance of the helmet of salvation:
Most demons seeking to re-enter assail the thoughts. Become watchful of any thoughts that could be considered negative; they are from the enemy. Separate their thoughts from your own. Refuse the thoughts they give you and replace them with positive spiritual thoughts (see Phil. 4:8). Resist the devil at the first sign of his attack.Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 45
The sword of the spirit: This is the Word of God. The Scriptures. The Bible. These Bible verses are painful for the demons to hear, because they proclaim the truth of Jesus’ authority over them all. These verses proclaim the truth of our power and the weakness of the demons. These verses proclaim the truth of the authority we have as believers.
These verses are dangerous to demons, and they enable us to defeat them. But to recite these verses, we must know them. That’s why it’s important for us as Christians to be in our Bible every day. How can we wield the sword of the spirit—how can we recite Scripture—if we don’t know it?
So take heart because we have been given the full armor of God for protection from the devil and his flaming arrows. This includes protection against the deadly Jezebel spirit and all others. But as you can see, it isn’t automatically equipped. We have a major role to play—putting on the whole armor of God (and keeping it on) depends on us and what we do!
Rely on the Discernment of the Holy Spirit
Finally, in all spiritual warfare, we must rely on and follow the Holy Spirit AND NOTHING ELSE. I mentioned this in the previous post, Part 7 of this series.
We must pray for the discernment of the Holy Spirit when engaging in spiritual warfare. This is supernatural discernment. It alerts us to the demons and spiritual enemies operating around us. We need to rely on the Holy Spirit for guidance. If not, we’re on a witch hunt and are liable to falsely accuse innocent believers of having demons. This only serves Satan’s purposes (because the real demonic spirits go unidentified).
If we don’t rely on the Spirit, we can overstep our own boundaries too. We must be relentless like Jehu when the Holy Spirit identifies demons for us. But at the same time, we must remain balanced and not overstep the boundaries the Holy Spirit dictates to us.
Jennifer LeClaire explained this in Jezebel’s Puppets:
[…] this battle with Jezebel demands balance. If you start looking for Jezebel everywhere, you’ll see Jezebel everywhere—even when it’s not Jezebel. In other words, don’t go on a witch hunt for these spirits. Let the Holy Spirit open your eyes to the spiritual warfare around you […]Jennifer LeClaire, Jezebel’s Puppets, Page 217
And Frank Hammond has more to say on this in his booklet, The Discerning of Spirits:
We must rely on the Holy Spirit for the ministry of deliverance and nothing else. We must not lean upon our own understanding, we must not lean upon the arm of the flesh, or the voice of demons, but we must learn to rely completely on the Holy Spirit to empower us and to guide us in all that we do in Deliverance and spiritual warfare. Why? Because if we attempt to minister deliverance without the gifts of the Spirit, and the empowerment thereof, then it will not be long until we resort to the flesh for our help. Here is where my conviction rests. –Frank Hammond, The Discerning of Spirits, Page 10
Now that I’ve talked about some basics of spiritual warfare, let’s move on to lasting life changes we need to make after driving out the Jezebel spirit or other demons. There’s more we need to do to remain free of demons once we cast them out.
Change Your Ways and Free Yourself from the Traps
In Part 4 of this series I talked about having open doors in your life through which demons can enter. As long as we have any of these open doors in our life, demons including the Jezebel spirit can and will enter to indwell us. This concept of open doors is a basic concept of spiritual warfare. It’s important to know these doors well so that we can identify them in our own lives and close them.
When we receive deliverance and then close the doors that the demons used to enter, they can no longer torment us. But if we don’t close the open doors in our life, things get even worse. Consider these words of Jesus on this topic in Matthew 12:
(44) Then it says, ‘I’ll go back to the house I left.’ When it arrives, it finds the place vacant, cleaned up, and decorated. (45) Then it goes and brings with it seven other spirits more evil than itself. They go in and make their home there. That person is worse off at the end than at the beginning. […]Matthew 12:43-45 (CEB)
So if we don’t close the doors that the demons use, they’ll come back with a vengeance. That doesn’t help us in any way, and only leaves us worse off. Read Part 4 of this series for a refresher on what these openings can be, then pray for the Holy Spirit to show you the open doors in your own life.
For now, when it comes to fighting back against the Jezebel spirit, I’m going to talk about two openings in particular that Jezebel most often takes advantage of: Sin, and emotional wounds.
Reject and Renounce Sin
I’ve said a lot in this Jezebel series about the Jezebel spirit’s agenda of seducing believers (and anyone else) into the grave sins of idolatry and sexual immorality. But the fact is that sins of any sort create an opening for Jezebel and other demons.
What, then, is the relationship between the works of the flesh and the works of demons? When a man yields to temptation he sins in the flesh. Through such sin the door is opened for the invasion of the enemy.Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 34
So what does this mean?
As we fight back against the Jezebel spirit, we must reform our life and change our ways. We must truly repent of the sins that opened the door for the demon, and renounce those.
If we were deceived by the Jezebel spirit, or even worse, if it indwelt us, then it’s almost guaranteed that we were seduced into very serious sins. Those must be dealt with if we are to remain free from this spirit, and to fight its influence in general.
First, we must repent these sins. Turn to Jesus Christ and repent of them, asking for His forgiveness. We can rest assured that if we put our full faith in Him and repent, then He will forgive us of our sins (1 John 1:9). The first step is repenting to Him, confessing to Him. He won’t forgive us our sins if we don’t confess them, don’t admit them to Him.
And even when we were seduced by the Jezebel spirit to sin, the actions are still ours. We must confess the part that we played and repent of that. The Jezebel spirit is not a scapegoat for us to cast all our sins on—we must take responsibility for what we do.
Then we must show the fruits of true repentance. It’s not enough to hate the consequences of what we’ve done—anybody would. We must hate the sin itself, we must hate that we did such a thing. We must hate the fact that we disobeyed God. When we adopt that attitude, it will lead us to stay away from those sins in the future. We’ll never be perfect, but we’ll be doing better all the time. That shows healthy growth as a person.
True repentance is being sorry. Fake repentance is being sorry we got caught, and being sorry only because of the consequences we must now suffer. Someone giving fake repentance will commit the same sin again if given the opportunity. Someone giving true repentance will not commit the same sin again even if they have a golden opportunity. That’s because they’ve honestly repented, learned, and grown beyond who they used to be.
It’s important to keep learning and growing throughout our life. We should not continue committing the same sins we used to over and over throughout our entire life. If we did that would show a worrying lack of growth.
No one is perfect and we all fall into sin (Romans 3:23), even the strongest people alive. But if we’re denying our flesh and taking control of our own natures, we will exert more control over ourselves and sin less as time goes on.
Most importantly, we know the Jezebel spirit is always looking to trap Christians in the tempting sins of sexual immorality and idolatry. If we don’t repent of those and renounce them, how can we ever expect to be free of this unclean spirit?
We can’t break free from any devil if we enjoy playing with it! We must turn to Christ, repent, and change our lives. We must walk away from our old sins and renounce them.
Renunciation is the forsaking of evil. Renunciation is action resulting from repentance.Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 42
Renunciation means making a break with the sin, and changing our ways for real. This could mean things like burning our new age or occult books, for example, if we were involved with such things. The renunciation stage may call for actions like that. The Holy Spirit will guide us at that time.
We must hate the fact that we ever did such things at all. Once we make that change inside our hearts, then we’re headed in the right direction to long-term freedom from Jezebel and other demons.
Reforming our lives and overcoming our sins with the aid of Jesus Christ is a critical part of spiritual warfare against the demons tormenting us. This cannot be neglected.
Healing Emotional Wounds
As I mentioned in Part 4 of this series, the emotional and psychological wounds caused by abuse during childhood (as well as any other traumatic events) are very often exploited by demons as an entryway. Demons are masters of exploiting these wounds, and the Jezebel spirit is no exception.
I wrote about these wounds and their implications in the earlier post. Today, let’s talk about how healing these wounds is such an important part of fighting back against Jezebel and its demonic allies.
As long as these emotional wounds are unhealed, demons can still use them to gain entry. Refusing or neglecting to heal these wounds is leaving a door open for demons. That’s why healing for you or for the person under spiritual attack is such an important part of the spiritual warfare. By healing the emotional wounds, that door is closed in the demons’ face.
Healing these wounds will take time and effort. It will take determined and steady prayers to Jesus Christ for healing. The person will have to come to terms with how they were hurt. Various kinds of therapy, most especially talk therapy, may be called for besides the prayers. That is like us doing our part while Jesus works in our hearts on His part, something that only He can do.
Most of all, there will need to be forgiveness. The person under attack must forgive all those (living or dead) who harmed them and caused these wounds.
Forgiveness is possibly the most important step when it comes to healing emotional wounds. This is because not forgiving means holding on to the pain of what happened. That does not help us to heal and move on in the present, the time in which we all live. Forgiving means letting go of that pain, and the need for payback, a need which can never be satisfied.
As for payback, that belongs to the LORD. Everyone must account for their lives in front of Him, and He will punish people for their sins if He deems it justified (Romans 12:19). So we can trust in Him, for He is the Just Judge. Let Him handle the question of payback and retribution, and rest assured that He will take care of it if needed. Focus on moving on, and pray to Jesus for healing inside your heart.
I have another article about forgiveness on my blog which you may find interesting, you can read it here.
It goes without saying that the Jezebel spirit as well as all other demons do not want us to forgive. They want us to remain trapped in the painful trauma of our past instead of healing and moving on. This way, the doors remain open for the demons.
Besides leaving a demon door open and keeping us trapped with our pain, unforgiveness costs us in other ways. If we don’t forgive others, God will not forgive us (Matthew 6:15). That means we lose out on God’s forgiveness … our salvation! Now do you see why Jezebel and other demons don’t want us to forgive?
The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant
As Christians we are called to forgive. The parable of the unforgiving servant in Matthew 18 also teaches us that we become prey for demons when we don’t forgive. This parable is in Matthew 18:21-35 and it starts like this:
Then Peter said to Jesus, “Lord, how many times should I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Should I forgive as many as seven times?”
Jesus said, “Not just seven times, but rather as many as seventy-seven times.”(Matthew 18:21–22, CEB)
Jesus then speaks about a king who was settling accounts with his servants. One servant owed a debt of 10,000 “bags of gold” (CEB translation) he couldn’t repay. The king ordered that he be sold into slavery with his entire family and their possessions. But the servant begged for mercy, and the king forgave his entire debt.
Then this servant runs into a fellow servant who owes him “100 coins” (CEB). The unforgiving servant demanded the 100 coins and threw the poor servant in jail when he couldn’t pay.
When the king learned of this, he was furious and threw the unforgiving servant in jail “to the tormentors” until he paid his massive debt in full. Jesus ends the parable with this warning:
My heavenly Father will also do the same to you if you don’t forgive your brother or sister from your heart.(Matthew 18:35, CEB)
The “to the tormentors” part in Matthew 18:34 is the part that’s relevant to demons. Frank Hammond explains in his booklet entitled Forgiving Others:
Who are these jailers, scourgers, and torturers? They are demon spirits. The punishment imposed on the unforgiving one is the same fate that awaits the devil and his demons.Frank Hammond, Forgiving Others, Page 17
I could go on and on about the topic of forgiveness in general, and how it relates to demons in particular. But let me end it with this:
UNCONDITIONALLY forgiving all who have ever sinned against you and caused your emotional wounds is a CRITICAL part of healing your wounds, shutting the door on your demons, and fighting off a demonic spiritual attack!
To Sum it up
I know this has been a long post (the longest yet) with a lot of information in it. To be honest, spiritual warfare is not a topic that can be properly covered in one blog post! There are some common misconceptions out there about how it works, so it’s important to know the details of it. I highly recommend reading Pigs in the Parlor if you plan to engage in spiritual warfare. Knowledge is power.
As for the important points, here is what you must be clear on:
- Our enemies are spiritual, we are NOT fighting humans (Ephesians 6:12)
- Our weapons are spiritual, we do NOT use physical weapons (2 Corinthians 10:3-5)
- Our weapons are prayers; our weapons are empowered by Jesus Christ to impact our spiritual opponents (2 Corinthians 10:3-5)
- Jesus Christ already defeated Satan through His sacrifice on the cross; we fight from a place of victory
- Jesus gave us the authority to take on this fight in His name and by His power (Luke 10:19; Mark 16:17)
- The enemy cannot harm us (Luke 10:19; Isaiah 54:17)
- We must put on the full armor of God for our complete protection; some items are more powerful than others (Ephesians 6:10-17)
- We must rely on the discernment of the Holy Spirit and its guidance in all our spiritual warfare; we must not follow our own instincts
- We (or the person getting delivered from demons) must make necessary life changes to remain free from demons and ensure they don’t come back
- We must repent of sins and renounce them
- We must forgive all others, unconditionally
- We must heal our emotional wounds, forgiveness being a critical part of doing so
Be strong, be brave! We do have an obligation as Christians to be in this fight. Be determined and get ready to fight. We are already on the winning side, and with Christ leading and backing us, we will prevail!
Like the Old Testament Queen Jezebel, the Jezebel spirit can and will be defeated through our faith in Jesus Christ! And the same goes for all other demons that plague us. There is nothing to fear; Christ is always with us.
Coming Next Week
Well that’s all for this week. I hope you enjoyed today’s post and found it helpful. Next week will be the final post in my nine-part series, Cast Down Jezebel. I’ll be wrapping up the series with some final words, and giving a brief overview of the books I’ve cited throughout the posts.
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Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Impact Christian Books, 2010
Frank Hammond, Forgiving Others, Impact Christian Books, 2011
Frank Hammond, The Discerning of Spirits, Impact Christian Books, 2014
Jennifer LeClaire, Jezebel’s Puppets, Charisma House, 2016
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