Ungodly soul ties are one of the most overlooked sources of demonic torment. In recent deliverances, I have discovered something shocking. You can have a soul-tie based on a fascination with a movie star or their role in your favorite movie.
Soul ties based on influence get you to do something or feel something you would not have done or felt if you were not under their influence. Has anyone in the media or a movie caused you to feel depression, anxiety, anger, failure, or disappointment with your life?
Two Client Encounters
A client came in struggling with her marriage. She found it difficult to connect with her husband. She hid or ran away from their problems. During her deliverance, I heard the Holy Spirit prompt me to sever an ungodly soul tie between her and Julia Roberts. My first reaction was, “Really, God, you are going to make me ask her about Julia Roberts?”
But I’m used to going out on a limb, so I asked, “Why is God telling me to break a soul-tie between you and Julia Roberts? I sense it is due to a movie that you watched and role-played. Was that movie “Runaway Bride?”
My client was stunned. “I can’t believe you are asking me this. I never told you that I was in a 10-year relationship that ended with me leaving him at the altar. I ran away a week before our wedding date. Ever since that time, all my friends call me Runaway Bride!” I then severed word curses calling her a runaway bride and broke the ungodly soul-tie with her heroine Julia Roberts. Her deliverance was complete.
Not many weeks later, however, it happened again. This client was dealing with the fear of premature death. She lost a sister when she was only 8-years old and had struggled with spirits of death, taunting her most of her life. Depression, anxiety, and fear of death were the focus of her deliverance.
Once again, however, I heard the Holy Spirit ask me to break an ungodly soul-tie to Julia Roberts. This time I wondered if I was falling into a routine of assigning Julie Roberts fantasies to this age group of women. Again, I went out on the Julia limb and asked, “Why is God asking me to break an ungodly soul-tie between you and Julia Roberts? Was there a movie or a role that you identified with?”
Her answer surprised me, “I used to sit in my room and watch Steel Magnolias over and over. I would do this for months at a time. You know that movie, it’s the one where Julia dies young and leaves behind two young children.” We immediately broke that soul-tie, severed an agreement to die young, and commanded that spirit of death to loose her. She walked out in victory, full of the joy of the Lord.
I’ve broken soul ties that actors formed with roles they played in the past, but this was a new twist for me. However, it made sense because I have seen clients bond with musicians and fall under their lyrics’ word curses.
As a teen, I recall sitting in my room singing “Lost in a Masquerade” by Karen Carpenter repeatedly. I was devastated over a lost relationship. I felt sad, and the music and lyrics heightened my emotions.
Today Adele’s music is a bonding agent for depression. Just like these two women, I was under the influence of an ungodly soul-tie based on a fascination with an artist and song lyrics that intensified a spirit of misery.
Media outlets and personalities can manipulate your emotions. Anyone that causes you to feel depressed, anxious, or full of anger and hatred needs to be on your soul tie list. If you get angry, just watching the news at night, add the newscasters to your growing list of soul ties.
Of course, once you have broken the soul tie, command the spirit behind it to go in the name of Jesus. If you need help to get free, consider contacting us or get help somewhere. an intake form away.