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The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Water Spirits

Overcoming Demons that Twist, Suffocate, and Attack God’s Purposes for Your Life
Narrated by: Lisa M. Anderson
Length: 5 hrs and 24 mins
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Gain victory over the spiritual forces of the deep!

What are “water spirits?” 

Everyday people are feeling the effects of unseen evil forces, and yet, they don’t know what’s attacking them, let alone how to have victory. 

While many spiritual warriors are familiar with principalities and powers like Jezebel and witchcraft, few have heard of marine demons. Also called “water spirits”, these powers wreak havoc in places near bodies of water. From Python, to Leviathan, to Triton to Rahab and beyond, spiritual warriors are feeling the effects of water spirits but often don’t know how to combat these evil forces. 

Bestselling author Jennifer LeClaire provides a revolutionary guidebook on how to prophetically recognize these spirits and engage in victorious warfare against them. This book will identify each water spirit, equipping believers to overcome them. 

Be prepared to:

  • Recognize the symptoms of the spirit of Python and learn to break free from its squeezing stronghold. 
  • Detect the twisted lies of a Leviathan spirit in your life and in contemporary culture.
  • Overcome the spirit of Rahab that attempts to prevent you from crossing over into your new season. 
  • Unleash the power of Holy Spirit and partner with Him to change spiritual climates in your life and city. 

Discern the presence of these water spirits and become equipped with spiritual warfare strategies to defeat them!

©2018 Jennifer LeClaire (P)2019 Destiny Image Audio

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Its time to go to war. But we need to know who and what we are fighting , Lots of biblical insight into things

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  • ZONAMAM
  • 18-06-2020

understanding is half the battle

she does it through God beautifully. I have hears about water spirits and the marine kingdom for a while and couldn't find anything in depth like this

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  • Shoshana
  • 20-10-2020

Not all is Exact Hebrew Interpretation

The word for “serpent,” nachash, comes from the root nachash (נָחַשׁ, Strong’s #H5172). In writing, the two words are virtually identical, differing only by one vowel point, but the meanings are very different. The root word means “to practice divination or observe signs.” “Divination” is also translated as “witchcraft,” and witchcraft implies working magic, perhaps by casting spells. This is how we get the connection from the root word, nachash, to its nearly identical derivative. The Strong’s definition of the root is “to hiss, i.e., whisper a (magic) spell.” That hissing sound that is made by the witch, diviner, or conjurer is the link to the snake, an animal that makes no sound from its throat other than hissing. What does this do for our understanding of Genesis 3? It explains the link between nachash the serpent and nachash the diviner, the one possessing hidden power or knowledge. The translators of the KJV, and of most other translations for that matter, adopt the meaning of nachash as being a serpent, snake, or reptile. However, the word by itself does not specifically say that the being in Genesis 3 is a serpent. We could just as easily translate it as “the one who hisses and practices witchcraft.” As we learn from other passages in the Bible (such as Ezekiel 28:1–19), this creature is Lucifer, or Satan. According to 2 Corinthians 11:14, Satan masquerades as an angel of light. That is definitely not a slithering snake. He can make himself appealing, which is one of his greatest powers. Why would Eve, or any of us today, listen to Satan if he appeared as an ugly serpent? It does seem, though, that Satan likes the moniker of snake or serpent. As an example, the Mayans and other ancient civilizations of Central and South America worshiped a plumed or feathered serpent named Quetzalcoatl. Perhaps Quetzalcoatl was one of a number of demonic manifestations as snakes of serpents recorded throughout human history. It may be that Satan’s apparent fondness for the form of a serpent is an effort at spiritual propaganda: turning a negative feature into something positive. We humans may not like snakes, but we do like dragons. Quetzalcoatl and his kin from China and other cultures are essentially glorified snakes with wings. All of them fall into the category of serpent. In our investigation, this “serpent” of Genesis 3 is connected to reptiles because of the way some translate the text. However, as you will discover, this was not ordinary “snake” but a practitioner of enchantment. Does this stand up to scrutiny elsewhere in the Bible? We find the answer in 1 Samuel 15:23, where the prophet Samuel defines the sin of King Saul by saying, For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Rebellion in God’s eyes is like witchcraft. This is very important, and it sheds some light on how Yahuah Elohim must have seen Lucifer’s leadership of the angelic rebellion. Remember that HaShatan said he wanted to be “like the Most High” (Isaiah 14:14), and that his rebellion apparently started long before his appearance in the Garden of Eden.Yahuah Elohim was intimately familiar with Satan’s rebellious attitude, and recognized it in him before it manifested in actions against the Creator. The passage in Isaiah 14 and the parallel in Ezekiel 28 address this rebellious pride and haughtiness. Clearly Yahuah was not talking to a simple serpent in Genesis 3:14.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-08-2020

great read.

Great read. made sence of a few things. looking forward to reading other books you have out as well. thank you

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  • Olive Imo
  • 24-04-2020

Insightful and spot on!

This book is informative and definitely challenges you to delve deeper into the things hidden in the spiritual realm. I must listen to it again!