Demon Slayer part 1

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Pete Cabrera Jr.


Biblical deliverance from a devil. Hey guys. How are you guys doing?. So hey, my name is Pete Cabrera Jr. With Royal family International University, School of identity and lifestyle. How are you guys doing? Man? It’s been an amazing morning. It’s been amazing. I’ve just been getting it in and doing my research doing my work. If you guys know, I am putting together the elephant in the room, it is a beast of a teaching. So I just want to give you guys an update and let you guys know what it’s about and why I decided to do it. People ask me, Pete, why are you putting this out? It is because, in the last five years, I’d say four to five years, I have been doing research and studying biblical deliverance. I’ve been studying why it is that we, as Christians, struggle with the demonic.

Why is it that we go in circles?

Biblical Deliverance -Why is it that we just for some reason can’t get free from all the things that are happening to us? And so you know, for those who want to go free for those who want to be free, they will do research, and they will not stop until they find the cure. Now we know that Jesus is the cure in all things. And so we know that you know, the word is given to us. And so we use the word, and Jesus even said, you know, if you abide in my word, and you’re my disciples, you’ll know the truth and the truth shall make you free. So I want to address something that a lot of believers do not know, do not know.

Now, I am not making this series to attack

I am making this series to educate and to inform my brothers in Christ to inform those who don’t do the research to inform those who don’t do the work, the ones who just kind of listen to people and are parroting, and it goes back and forth. And so I’m doing this for those who don’t have the time. And the energy and the effort to do the research. I do this is what I do. I search, I look, I knock, I look for the things of God. And I’m always looking for an answer. My main concern for the body of Christ is that the body of Christ stays free. That’s my job; my job is to walk out the identity of Christ and to model out a reality for those who want to walk out freedom.

Greek to English – lost in translation

So I’m going to talk about something, and this is going to be very shocking to most of you when you hear this. But know this – everything that I’m going to tell you in this series that’s coming out. It’s all biblical. And if you have your own Bible, you can do the research that I’m going to be giving you; I am going to lay it down in a way that you’ve never seen it before, I can guarantee it’ll be in a way that will open your eyes. So you can see things from the lens in which you’re supposed to see it. So addressing this, we have to realize that Hebrew and Greek are two different languages, we have to know that. And as you know, we don’t speak Greek; we speak English. Therefore, there’s a lot that gets lost in translation.

Examine The Root of Words

But what I’m going to do is I’m going to go to the root of what it is that they’re talking about, I’m not going to assume, just because I, you know, I’ve heard people say it I want to go to the root. And so the best way to go to the root is go to the root of the context of why it was written that way, and why they chose that word. And so everything lies at the foundation of what’s written. The problem is we don’t ever go to the foundation of things, we kind of just lay on top of foundations, the next thing you know, everything’s just kind of shaky. And then we wonder why our doctrine falls apart. We wonder why we go in circles and wonder why we get confused. So I’m going to address one issue right here.

I Would Not Have You Ignorant

This is just a tiny bit of what I’m going to be sharing on addressing the elephant in the room. And just with this alone, it’s going to cause so much curiosity that you are going to want you to get in your word. Now. That’s what I want. I want you to get so curious that you actually get in your word, and you find out for yourself. I love the scripture that he talks about in Romans chapter 1:13, where Paul says that he doesn’t want anyone ignorant in the things of God, I think that’s what it says. Is it Romans 1:13? Now I would not have you ignorant, brethren. Now I would not have you ignorant, brethren, that oftentimes I propose to come unto you, but was left hither that I might have some fruit among you also, even as among other Gentiles.

We Have To Learn From Scripture So That We Can Teach Scripture

So I do not want you ignorant, brethren, and the reason that a lot of us are ignorant in this area is because we’re not doing the work. Now, what I love about the Word of God is that Jesus says, Go and make disciples. That word there is disciples, which means if you’re a teacher, then at some point, you have to be mature enough to teach what it is that you’ve been taught. The problem is, we don’t have a lot of teachers out there. But we’re all called to teach the Word of God. We’re all called to teach – all of us. Now if you say that we’re not called to teach, then how do you make disciples because the disciples were taught to teach what it is that Jesus taught, that’s what the disciples are all about. So I want to address something.

Pharisees and the Sadducees

I am going to address now and everything I’m saying is biblical. Everything I am saying is biblical. Just read your word. Okay, so we’re going to go to John chapter 8:44. Now, let’s read this in context. JOHN 8:44. Okay. And who is Jesus talking to right here? He says, You are of your father, the devil, and the lust or your father, you will do, he was a murderer from the beginning, abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks of his own, for he is a liar and the father of it. Now, who is Jesus talking to right here? He’s talking to the Pharisees and the Sadducees, the rulers, the leaders of the Jewish people, the Pharisees, Sadducees whatever you want to call them. That is who he’s talking to.

Walking Out The Nature of The Devil

So are we to believe that when Jesus is talking to the Pharisees and Sadducees, that they’re actually the children of the devil, even though they’re under the law? Are they? Are they responding? Or are they walking out the nature of the devil? So are they literally children of the devil? Like, he birthed them as children? Or are they walking out the nature of the devil? Because they say, Your father’s the devil? So if we’re to believe that Jesus is saying to them, they’re literal children of the devil, my question would be, then why didn’t Jesus cast the devil out of them? Because they’re religious leaders? That’s one question that you need to ask yourself. Why didn’t Jesus tell them? Hey, in my name, right, come out. Why didn’t he do that?

Jesus Call Judas A Devil; Who You Are Vs. What You Have

Why do you say, Come out, come out, devils come out because these are children of the devil? Now, if they’re the children of the devil, we’re to assume that they’re walking out a nature, or they’re walking out the characteristics of their father, the devil. Now Jesus did not say they had a spirit inside of them. He did not say you were demon-possessed. He claimed that they were children of the devil, that their father was the devil, now with that understanding and according to John, chapter six, verse 70, Jesus also calls Judas a devil now. So now, if these are identities that he’s addressing, which he is doing, he’s giving them an identity, saying, This is who you are. He’s not saying this is what you have. Big difference. Now, these are people underneath the law. These are people in the body.

Those Under The Law Jesus Called Children Of The Devil

When I mean, in the body, I’m talking about Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. They’re all within the sphere of Judaism, They’re within the law, They’re within the laws of Moses, and within all the rules and regulations, the temples, the priests. So this is in the priesthood. This is within sight of God’s people, the children of Israel, verily, you know, so within the children, Israel, so these are the sheep. They’re not the lost sheep. They’re the sheep. Now, if they’re the sheep, and they’re the shepherds, and they’re part of God’s people, Jesus is calling them children of the devil, he is not saying, Come out spirit, he’s not saying come out of them, You evil spirit, he’s addressing them right in their eyes saying, You are children of the devil. Now, Jesus is the answer.

Manifesting A Devil and Being A Devil

So wouldn’t it make sense that Jesus would cast out whatever spirit was inside of them? Wouldn’t that be the answer? The answer would be, hey, I’m here to set my people free, and you’re under the influence of the devil, and there’s a spirit inside of you. And if I could just get this spirit out of you, then everything would be fine, but this is not what he’s addressing. He’s addressing something else. And I want to address this because it’s within the body of Christ. Now that we still address this same issue today, just because you’re administering or behaving in a way that a demon or a devil would respond in – doesn’t mean you have one. It just means you’re behaving like one. There’s a difference between manifesting a devil and being a devil.

Jesus Addresses Judas Identity As A Devil

Big difference, but Jesus is addressing; they are children of the devil, John, chapter six, verse 70. He says, Judas is, and one of you is a devil. So now, what does he mean when he claims that he is a devil? The question would be, why is he addressing his identity as a devil? That’s one question you gotta ask, and I’m going to be answering all these questions, biblically and addressing the elephant in the room. I am going to address all this stuff. But I’m just, and I’m just giving you a little highlight right now, a little highlight. Now, I’ve been doing my research I’ve been reading and I’m not just throwing things out there. Okay, I’m doing the work.

I Am Not Saying That There Aren’t Devils And Spirits

Why am I doing this because I want to show you something that’s very frightening in the body of Christ that we do not address as believers. In John chapter eight. Now hear me out. I am not saying that there aren’t devils; I am not saying that there aren’t spirits. I’m saying that I am addressing within the body, within Christianity. I am asking what is going on? I’m addressing what’s in the law within the people of God, which are the people that are entrusted with the sheep. Here Jesus is addressing what is inside of them. Inside of this corral, you are a child of the devil. I’m not saying you have a spirit, I’m saying this is who you are. Do you see the difference? He is addressing them as, you’re a child of the devil, your father is the devil.

Why Didn’t Jesus Cast The Devil Out Of The Sons Of The Devil?

Now the question is, why is he addressing that their father is the devil? If your rebuttal is “that there was a religious spirit inside of them,” we’ve heard before that demons come out of people when Jesus is addressing them. My question is, in this circumstance, why didn’t any evil spirits or devils and demons come out of the religious leaders who are now being called children of the devil? And I’m going to show you why. I’m going to show you biblically why this is not happening. Okay? This isn’t like Jesus sees these guys, and there’s an evil spirit inside of them, and he says, “Hey, you know what, I’m just going to leave you in there”. Even though I know that you’re in charge of most of Israel and you know, I know you’re in charge of a lot of people.

Your Father’s The Devil

I know, you’re the temple, I know you are a Pharisee, I know, you’re a Sadducee, I know, you’re a priest – I know. But I am just going to leave that spirit inside of you, even though I’m given the great commission to cast these things out, but I’m gonna leave it there. That is not what’s going on here. Now, these are things that we do not address because we don’t get into the biblical text. I’m going to address it in a way that you understand. I am not saying there weren’t any spirits involved, I am not saying there wasn’t any demonic influence, I am not saying that this stuff’s not going on; what I am addressing is what is going on in the text. Why is this happening? What is going on? And why did they use the word here? Your father’s the devil.

Diablos Means Devil And Satan

That’s what I want to address. So here it is. Here it is. Okay, here it is. So now, in John chapter 8:44. The word there that they use is diablos. Now diablos is a Greek word, if you look it up in the Greek, (there), and you can look it up yourself. I’m not just saying this, do your homework. Don’t let people lie to you. You can go to Bible hub, and just put in John chapter 8:44, and go down and you’ll find the word there that is Diablos. Now Diablos is the word in the Greek that they use there, and that word means slander and false accuser. Now Diablos also means Devil and Satan. That’s the word used there. So when he’s saying the word devil, he’s using the word Diablos.

Diablos Is Greek for Slanderer And False Accuser

That’s the Greek word. Now the Greek word has many uses; you can use it as Diablos. With an S, you can use it as Diablo with an O, there are so many ways that you can use it, but it means it’s the same root word that comes from the word slander and false accuser. That’s the word for Devil and Satan in this. So it says that your father is a slander and a false accuser. That’s the word used there. Okay, that’s what he’s saying. Now, we will use the word devil as a person. But he’s saying that your father, which he’s talking about a person, but he’s addressing the nature which is He’s saying your father’s a slanderer, and a false accuser. That’s the word used there. And I’m going to show you in the text that is what they are using, watch this.

A Cloud Of Witnesses Always Confirms The Truth

If you go to Matthew 4:1, Luke 4:2, John 8:44, John 13:2, Acts 10:38, Acts 13:10, Ephesians 6:11, 1st Timothy 3:6, there’s so many where this word is used in the Greek, but I want to address three verses just three, I got so many, I was going to use three and these are major verses. Okay, so am I saying, and when I read this, and this is the part that is going to shake some people? What is it that’s going on within the body? How do we address this? And how do we know? If we’re manifesting devils, this is what I need to address right here. Can a Christian manifest a devil? Now, if your mindset is a spirit, which is not the word that’s used there, it’s not spirit, its demon, or devil, it’s not spirit.

Spirit, Demon or Devil?

Spirit is totally different. A demon or a devil is totally different in the Greek than the spirit, a demon or a devil, and I’m going to break this down. I don’t have enough time to do this. But I’m going to break down the difference. So here is what is very interesting, which proves that as a Christian, you could function as a devil. Not that you are a devil, but that you’re administering the nature of a devil, or the nature of Satan, not that you have that nature. But you can behave as that person, not that you are that person. Because, before the resurrection of Christ, you were a part of that reality, a part of that nature, because you didn’t have a new nature yet. Because those who live in sin, that’s the nature of the beast.

The Two Natures

When you are born again, you have a new nature. Now you have a new nature, but you can still walk out the attributes of the devil, you can still walk out the realities of Satan, not that you have a spirit. But you’re acting like that, and you’re manifesting the slanderer and the false accuser. Now, just because you’re manifesting a slanderer and a false accuser doesn’t mean you are one. Big difference. Okay? So I’m going to address it, I’m going to show you how it’s in the church – in the body of Christ. We’re going to 1st Timothy 3:11. Now, this is a very interesting verse. Let’s go to 1st Timothy 3:11. Remember the word used there, and I’m going to show it to you is Diablos. That’s it right here, it’s backward, but it’s Diablos. And it means slanderer, false accuser, do the homework.

Understand What Is Written In The Greek

That’s what it means. Every time you hear the word devil or Satan, that’s the word they used in the Greek, but it’s translated, it’s a devil. It’s Satan; you need to know that every single time. That’s the word that’s used, so do your homework. That’s why it’s very important that you understand what’s being written in the Greek. So here we go. Let’s go to 1st Timothy 3:11, and this is what I love about the Word of God. See, when you have the word of God, and you’re breaking it down biblically, you can argue all you want, you can get mad all you want, but if that’s what it says, that is what it says. Now, I am only saying what is written. I’m not saying what I feel or what I think or I am right. I’m actually telling you what is written.

My Job Is To Teach The Word Of God

So I’m going to read to you what is actually written, okay? And you could twist it and get upset, and that’s okay. But my job is to teach the Word of God. And that’s what I’m doing right now. Okay. For those who actually want to learn the Word of God, this is how you break it down. So 1st Timothy 3:11. Now watch this. This is 1st Timothy, get your Bible, and it’s right here in the Word of God. Watch this in the Word of God. Now I want to show you how they strategically wrote this in 1st Timothy because, as a newborn creation, as a child of God, they can only speak to you a certain way. Watch, watch how they do this. So brilliant. Brilliantly done the way they did this. 1st Timothy, chapter 3, verse 11.

Jesus Calls Those Who Slander Devils

Not given to wine. No striker, not greedy, of filthy lucre but patient, not a brawler, not a coveter. Now, if you break this down, and that’s three, excuse me, this is 1st Timothy 3:11. Even so, must their wives be grave? Not slanderers, sober, faithful in all things. See that word right there. It says “slanders” that word in the Greek is devil. That’s the word used there in the Greek. It’s the exact same word that Jesus tells the Pharisees and the Sadducees. Your father is the devil, and that word is Diablos, and it’s the exact same word used in 1st Timothy chapter 3:11. And he’s saying that they will not be devils. They will not be devils, not have devils, be devils.

Diablos Means Slanderer, Accuser – The Same Word For Devil

Here it is, watch, I’ll read it again. Even so much their wives faithful in all things, even so, must their wives, be grave not slanders sober, faithful in all things. Now, let me read it to you the way it’s written in the Greek. Even so, must their wives be grave, not devils, sober, faithful in all things. Do the work. That’s the word there. The word there is 1st Timothy 3:11. is Diablos, the exact same word used in John chapter 8:44. Exactly the same context. Watch this. Let’s go to 2nd Timothy. Come on; we can do this 2nd Timothy 3:3. Without natural affections, truth breakers, false accusers. Right there. See that word? false accusers? What do you think that word is in the Greek? Devil, Satan, in the church, they will not be devils. They will not be Satan.

Jesus Knew What A Devil Was – And Now So Do You!

They will not be slanders; they will not be false accusers.

So the word being used here is the exact same word that you’re getting in the rest of the verses where Jesus is addressing the religious and he’s calling them devils. And he’s saying that your father’s the devil, the same word. Let me finish reading it. 2nd Timothy 3:3, without natural affection, truth breakers, false accusers, incontinent. Fierce, despisers of those that are good. This is in the church, not that they have devils in them.

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