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DANIEL .O. AYENI

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"FREEDOM FROM OPPRESSION" is a cry for help from the daunting challenges of our time. It is set to explore the nature of oppression, the kinds of oppression, the source of oppression and the pathway for escape. It is a resourceful material with simple practical steps to freedom from all oppression. In section I of this book I try to give a balanced understanding on the subject of deliverance, what oppression means, and what to expect. Section II focuses more on the signs, symptoms that points to the need for the ministry of deliverance from oppression, and how to practically engage the word and prayers to secure once freedom.

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DANIEL .O. AYENI

FREEDOM FROM OPPRESSION

To everyone who is actively involved and dedicated to bringing freedom to humanityBookRix GmbH & Co. KG81371 Munich

Freedom From Oppression

Freedom From Oppression

Copyright© 2021 by Dr Daniel. O. Ayeni

 

Unless otherwise marked, all Scripture quotations are taken from the New King James Version of the Bible

 

 

 

All rights reserved under the international copyright law. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the express permission of the author or publisher

 

 

 

ISBN:978-3-7487-8634-4 

 

Dedication

 

 

 

 

 

 

To everyone who is actively involved and dedicated to bringing freedom to humanity

 

 

Introduction

 

The cry for help is a natural instinctive reaction to a sense of hopelessness in a given situation. When you find yourself in a place that can be described as being between a rock and a hard place, the word “HELP” becomes more relevant than ever before.

Unfortunately, we live in a world that is growingly self-centred with a deafening ear to the cry for help from colleagues, friends, neighbours and family members. Those who eventually attempt to help do it to the best of their abilities and many times, eventually give up the fight. The writer of Psalms 121 began a song for help in this way:

"I will lift up my eyes to the hills—From whence comes my help? My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth."

Psalms 121:1-2

The realization of the limitations of man’s ability to help change the course of events oppressing his heart becomes the birth place of a genuine cry for help from the supreme and only wise God, the creator of heaven and earth. Every cry for help is in fact, a cry for deliverance from oppression.

Whenever the word “deliverance” is mentioned, the first thought that strikes the heart of many people is “I don’t need deliverance, I don’t have a demon”. It needs not be so. Others are terrified to talk about the subject for lack of proper insight on the subject of deliverance. The word Deliverance is synonymous to the words salvation, healing, freedom, or in plain terms to be set free, or to be helped out of trouble.

My Christian journey is one full of many adventures of faith. In the early days of my formative years as a believer, especially as a minister of the Gospel, I was privileged to crisscross the landscape of different ministries exploring the truth of God’s word as revealed by the Holy Spirit.

One ministry that blessed my life tremendously is the ministry of deliverance. My journey in the ministry of deliverance began under the able mentorship of God’s servant Dr D.K.Olukoya, founder and General Overseer of the MFM ministries worldwide, who is renowned in Nigeria and around the world as an authority on the subject and ministry of deliverance.

Sometimes in the year 2002, I had an encounter with Lord that spelt out the blue print for the ministry He was calling me into. Obadiah 1:17 was the revealed scripture for the assignment, which reads:

"But upon mount Zion shall be deliverance, and there shall be holiness; and the house of Jacob shall possess their possessions.»

The Holy Spirit said Mount Zion represents the Church body on earth and total deliverance can only be found in Christ. He said for God’s children to possess their possessions they needed to experience deliverance on Mount Zion, to be ushered into a realm of holiness which will qualify them to possess their possessions. He said I was called to bring deliverance to God’s children on Mount Zion.

Ever since that encounter, the Lord began to open my understanding to the many dimensions on the ministry of deliverance.

 

 

Why Self -Deliverance is necessary?

Self-deliverance or personal deliverance can sometimes be the most effective way of freedom from oppression. It is the affected that feels the burden and the need for help, hence they can offer adequate aggressive response or counter-attack to secure their deliverance.

Demonic attacks can unexpectedly strike your body, your home, family etc. and there may be no minister, or pastor nearby to assist. Personal-deliverance charges your life with the fire of the Holy Spirit. It keeps you from getting sick; and removes every evil seed of the enemy; it uproots evil plantations and builds up your confidence in God.

In section I of this book I try to give a balanced understanding on the subject of deliverance, what oppression means, and what to expect on Mount Zion (The church). Section II focuses more on the signs, symptoms that points to the need for the ministry of deliverance from oppression, and how to practically engage the word and prayers to secure once freedom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

SECTION I

SECTION I

Chapter 1: What is oppression?

"Surely oppression maketh a wise man mad; and a gift destroyeth the heart."

Ecclesiastic 7:7KJV

 

A man feels quite happy with himself when he makes progress on his dreams and aspirations. But when oppression sets in, his countenance changes, and a kind of force takes control of his life. This is an indication that there is need for deliverance from the power of oppression.

 

What does it mean to oppress?

To oppress means to weigh down. It also means to sit upon a person. To oppress means to cruelly exercise power over a person. It could also mean to cause a person to be depressed. When oppression comes upon a man, he makes decisions and takes actions that are irrational. He cannot regulate or control his affairs anymore because a power, a situation, a problem stronger than his ability is now in play. It makes this person who used to be good become bad, easily angered, irritated, all of a sudden.

When oppression comes upon a person, it introduces an evil load upon him/her. To be oppressed means to be under a very hard yoke and a heavy burden. Jesus Christ says,

"Come unto me all you whose yokes are hard and your burdens are heavy and I will give you rest. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light."

Mathew 11:28-30

 

Jesus recognized the implication of a yoke or a burden in our lives. Like God the Father, Jesus gives everyone a free invitation to come for an exchange.

 

Kinds of oppression:

There are different kinds of oppression. There are different forms of oppression.

 

Inherited oppressions:

Oppressions transferred from parents to children at very young age which can become a major factor in shaping a child’s life. Curses, bad habits, diseases, repeated negative events and patterns flowing in the family blood line etc.

Physical oppressions

Oppressions on the body, usually in form of a sickness or a disease, frequent pains, feeling of objects moving in the body etc.

Mental oppression:

All kinds of bad thought, rejection, addictions, emotional outbursts, mood swing etc.;

Spiritual oppression:

Satanic dreams, nightmares, demonic attacks like strange powers suffocating you in your sleep , feelings of an evil presence, seeing of demons and dead relatives, etc.

Marital oppression:

Marriage problems, divorce, infidelity, unexplainable misunderstandings amongst family members etc.;

 

Financial oppression:

Business failures, carer failure, debts, poverty, shopaholics, etc.

Whichever the kind of oppression, it is a terrible thing and a form of slavery. Oppression is usually the first point of attack of the enemy – Satan the devil.

“.......Woe to the inhabitants of the earth and the sea! For the devil has come down to you, having great wrath, because he knows that he has a short time.”

Revelation 12:12

 

Oppression is a demon assigned by the devil to trap and to cage her victims. It causes heavy and antagonistic feelings in the body, soul and spirit. Like a virus in a computer system, it will prepare a person for a total and permanent shut-down.

Oppression presses you down when you are struggling to succeed; it is when you are going from one disappointment to the other; it is a mind destroyer; it can cause fear in the mind of a person; it has no respect for a person’s age, colour, or creed.

Oppression is when your sleep is being disturbed or when you over-sleep; it is when you have an abnormal appetite; when you eat too much or eat too little.