How well do you know your tattoo artist?
What types of artwork have he or she done in the past?
What feelings did you have when you walked away with your very first tattoo?
The intention of this blog is not to debate religious views about tattoos, but to cause you to think about a possible open door for demonic torment through an ungodly soul tie with your tattoo artist.
Here are some more questions I like to ask:
Do you know where your tattoo artist has been? What is in his/her soul? What are you bonding with by allowing him/her to shed your blood? Whose art have you become a permanent billboard for?
Let me share a story that may help you understand my concern.
Years back I came to know of an international renowned tattoo artist that loved the Lord and was purposed to share his beliefs with those he tattooed. His talent carried him all over the world, but his body of art included whatever the client wanted. He was frequently hired to ink satanic images of death.
This compromise allowed God’s gift of art to be used for demonic purposes. It caused him so much conflict he was suicidal. He talked the talk, but his walk was lost by the lure of money.
This Christian tattoo artist was full of demons of death, while he permanently inked his art on temples of the Holy Spirit.
My children are dying for lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6).
The art of tattooing includes the shedding of blood and scripture tells us that the “life of the flesh (body and soul) is in the blood” [Leviticus 17:11].
Occult practitioners reference this type of blood loss as bloodletting. The term “blood-letting” comes from the word “let” in order to allow passing.
The blood is recognized as the “power source” of life. The “letting” of this “power source” then opens doors through the “flesh” and allows the passage of a demonic transference.
So, let me ask you again, how intimately do you know your tattoo artist? What else got emblazoned with that ink?
It’s Time to Break the Ungodly Soul-Tie with Your Tattoo Artist
- Confess and repent for any door that you may have opened to the demonic realm by the shedding of blood at the hands of a tattooing artist. “Father, I confess and repent for any open door that I willingly allowed when I was tattooed.
- Break the Ungodly Soul-tie. “Father, I break the ungodly soul tie between myself and (name) and (name) and myself in the name and blood of Jesus Christ.”
These are the necessary first steps to begin closing the door to the demonic realm accessed through your tattoo. If you were uncomfortable with the atmosphere in the tattoo parlor or felt a heaviness that followed you, there is more work to be done. Spirits of depression, fear, regret, and anxiety often follow tattoo art and deliverance from any transference of these tormentors should be your next step.
Your tattoo may be permanent, but the spirits associated with it are not.