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The Question Of Spirit Spouses

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‘Spirit Spouses’ is a theological subject that I have recently studied. Due to my Ghanaian roots and interest in the area of Christian deliverance ministry, I decided to investigate this subject.

The first time I heard of this subject I dismissed it entirely. The person who attempted to explain some related concepts did so without any sound theological grounds.

However since writing the book Nephilim Apocalypse and seeing the explicit statements in the bible that the fallen Angels, known in the Hebrew tongue as the ‘Bene Ha Elohim’ had taken human females as wives because of their beauty. It also makes logical sense that their half-human offspring would also have an appetite for such sexual relations with humans.

Origin Of ‘Spirit Spouses’

During the flood of Noah, multitudes of Nephilim died and became disembodied, but because they were not of the order of Angels nor fully human, their spirits were left to roam the earth. I believe that they are what we now call demons. They do not have wings, so they wander the globe on foot in the spiritual dimension. We know they did not have wings. There is no mention in the Bible of Nephilim such as Goliath or Og, King of Bashan being able to fly.

‘When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none. Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished.’

Matthew 12:43-44 KJV

However, even in this disembodied condition, they still have appetites and desires which they are ever desperate to fulfill. These entities hate humans because humanity can express its longings legally without interference coming from the judgment of God.

The primary way they seem to attempt to express themselves is via demonic oppression or possession. When they enter a human host, they enslave their victims into habits that bring them the gratification they desire.  Based on this knowledge it became theologically feasible that people can indeed have ‘Spirit Spouses.’

Can Spirits Marry?

If you are still skeptical as I indeed was, we have to understand that because God sets the laws of the universe, everything follows and imitates him. So when God under the Old Covenant instituted Altars as a portal for spiritual entities to make a covenant with humans, the world of evil followed suit. When God required the shedding of blood to be the highest quality of sacrifice at an altar, the satanic world used his laws too. So where in the scriptures do we find God stating that he has married humankind?

‘For your Maker is your husband—the Lord Almighty is his name—the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer; he is called the God of all the earth. The Lord will call you back as if you were a wife deserted and distressed in spirit—a wife who married young, only to be rejected,” says your God. “For a brief moment I abandoned you, but with deep compassion, I will bring you back.’

Isaiah 54:5-7 KJV

We can also find statements in the New Testament that liken the relationship between Christ and his Church to be comparable with the marriage covenant that exists between a man and a woman. However, I need to state that the analogy of marriage where God and his people are concerned is not sexual.

This form of marriage has more to do with God’s commitment to his people by the keeping of his covenant promises. But the evil demonic world loves to use deception, subversion, and the perversion of things God says. So it is not surprising that marriage in this context would be used to endorse deviant spiritual, sexual behavior.

Demonic Attacks

This explains the rampant onslaught of sexual addictions, broken relationships, and pornography at the fingertips. The world of the demonic still lusts after Spirit Spouses.

If you are having problems with sexual addictions, it could more than likely be the case that you are dealing with entities that are driving your desires. We will expose the operations of these spirits and explain to you how you can be free in my upcoming blog posts.

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