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Beatty: [00:00:00.09] So this is going to be fun as they all are fun, meaning exciting to learn and what we’re going to get from all of this. So this is part five of spiritual warfare. This is talking about getting free of torments, addictions and constant life failures. And what we’re going to be talking about today is actually by those who do this stuff all the time, claim that the topic for today is responsible for somewhere between one half and two thirds of all the people’s problems. And it’s generational curses. Just to kind of catch everyone up, by the way, especially for our listeners who are maybe listening to this and you’re just joining in, none of this really makes sense until you start with Session one on legal rights, because that really sets the foundation. So if you happen to be listening to this on a podcast or video and you haven’t gone to a session, one do that first. Otherwise you’ll really miss out a lot. So what we did in our first session, we talked about legal rights and that unrepentant sin gives demonic spirits a legal right to torment you. Once you repent, they no longer have the legal right, but they can still maybe remain. Then we talked about strongholds and how strongholds just kind of hold on to us and squash our ability to produce fruit in our lives, spiritual fruit. And then we’ve been starting to go through now different open doors. We went through soul ties and sexual sin because soul ties kind of encompass almost every open door that there is.


Beatty: [00:01:38.79] Any time there’s an involvement with you and someone else, there’s almost always an ungodly soul type that can be an open door. Then we talked about sexual sin and how that creates a really big open door, especially when you tie it into the ungodly soul ties. And then last time we talked about unforgiveness, which is number two on the list of the major torments that people have. Today we’re going to talk about number one, and that is generational curses. The other thing, for those of you who have addictions or know people who have addictions, believe it or not, generational curses is the number one source for addiction. So if you want to get rid of an addiction, this is where you look first. It’s not the sole thing, but addictions come through primarily three things. Number one is rejection and rejection. In childhood days, rejection brings attraction to you. So what happens kind of this off the topic of the notes, but kind of a background information when you have a tormenting spirit that is in you, spirits see each other in the spiritual realm. And so if you were rejected by your mom or your dad or your family early on, or if you were a an unwanted child, and your mother said, oh, no, not another one, I don’t want this baby while you’re still in utero. Well, that then opens the door for a spirit of rejection to come in. And that spirit of rejection now looks for other spirits who will control you? And I was talking to a lady just yesterday when I was teaching a similar course on this, and she was saying, why is it that as I was growing up, I was always introduced into the dark side, into witches, into bullying and to abuse and all these things.


Beatty: [00:03:37.38] And I was talking, sharing with her about this idea of rejection. She said, Yeah, I was an unwanted child. My mom rejected me. And what happens is in the spirit world, that spirit of rejection naturally attracts spirits that will then control you and torment you. And they try to put you up, you know, sort of like God has a perfect marriage for you, with you and your spouse, someone that’s designed for you. Right. Well, in the spirit world, they try to match you up with the perfect spirits to torment you and to take care of you in that regard. So you have rejection as number one on addictions. Then you have generational curses and word curses. They kind of go together. They’re just curses. And then the third thing is ungodly sultanas. So if you have an addiction, those are the three areas to look at and that starts to take care of it. But today what I want to talk about is generational curses. And I know most of you guys have heard of generational curses. Who has a definition of what that might be? Anyone, anyone knows what it is. How would you define it?


Speaker2: [00:04:46.44] A torment passed on through from prior generations where someone in the past has committed some sin.


Beatty: [00:04:54.12] Some sin in the past, someone commits sin, and then that torment is passed on. So I want to tell a story of a of a friend. I’ll just call his name, Ricky. And I think I have the story right. Grandfather has sort of a wild life. It lives a wild life, kind of a partier, what we would call today, womanizer. And he may have come to Christ at some point, but I don’t know. But then his father. Now, if I would just kind of draw this up. Okay, so this is grandfather here. Grandfather. And he’s kind of a wild person in terms of living a reprobate life. And then Ricky’s father, he’s also a wild person, possibly a womanizer, if I remember correctly. Then he has my friend Ricky. And after Ricky is born, father and his wife, they come to Christ, become really passionate, start to understand there’s a spiritual warfare stuff and they start to cast out the demons, right? They start to what we’ll call a deliverance. And try to get rid of these guys that are tormenting them. And they do the same thing they believe with Ricky. Well, Ricky is a wild man. He’s a womanizer. He’s rebellious, envious. Great. All kinds of things starting to torment his life. Has a great marriage. Has children. They’re all Christians. His children. Guess what they’re like? Wild womanizer, rebellious all the way down the line. So what you see is a pattern, a pattern of torment from one generation to another to another to another, all the way down.


Beatty: [00:06:52.54] And what it is, is, as Carolyn was saying, it’s a demonic presence, the torment that goes from one generation to another. This is why it’s called a generational curse. What I want to suggest is kind of what goes on out not suggests. I want to show you biblically what causes this, how it works, how you get rid of it, and some of the implications with it. So technically. If you think about a legal right is a sin that you commit that’s unrepentant. Does that make sense? That gives an evil spirit a right to come in and torment you. So this is you. You said that’s now the legal right for an evil spirit to come in and torment you. But what a generational curses is technically a generational inequity that somewhere in your ancestry, someone else committed sin. And that said, now. Carries all the way down in the bloodline as an as a legal right. So the legal right is in your blood from what someone else in your bloodline did. Not so much what you did. And as you remember, he remembers in the Old Testament, don’t eat the the blood of sour grapes, but don’t eat the blood with the animal because it’s blood is the life. And so you have this inequity in the life of the person coming down. So technically, generational curse is the generational inequity. A tormenting spirit has a legal right to come in and now torment. Cause you sin. And that’s the curse.


Speaker3: [00:09:01.86] It’s not I mean, if you’re but if you’re a believer, your sins of all your you can still live. Do you still struggle with sin? But is this mainly for somebody who’s not a believer?


Beatty: [00:09:13.77] No. So here’s what’s interesting. Let’s look at sin. We’re going to talk about this later. And we may have mentioned I may have mentioned it at one point, but there’s two roles of sin. You have sin. And one role is sin breaks the relationship with God. Okay. So forgiveness a sense is for reconciliation back to God. The second aspect of sin is for discipline. When you as a Christian have all your sins forgiven, can you commit a sin and God will discipline you for that? Yeah. So he disciplined you for the sin. The discipline. This is what we talked on, I think it was last time. The discipline. Is executed by the tormenting spirits because that sin is now unrepentant. Once you repent to the sin which is the desired outcome of discipline, you turn away from it. Now, the torment, the discipline can stop. So even though a Christian has all their sins forgiven and they are reconciled back to Christ, back to God. The inequity of the father will still be visited down in the bloodline as a legal right open door as part of discipline of the father. I don’t understand it, but we’re going to get into it more in Scripture tonight. But yes, this impacts Christians. In fact, my friend Ricky that I was talking about, that’s a line of believers. And they’re still under torment. So believer can be under torment because under torment is discipline. And until the desired outcome of repentance from your sin occurs, discipline will continue. And that’s the beauty of all of this, that God’s put together is a self regulating, disciplined environment as you sin and you don’t repent. You will get disciplined and you’ll continue to be disciplined until you do what the father wants you to do, which is repent and turn from your wicked ways. And then he says, I’ll relent. Okay. And that’s kind of how it starts to work.


Speaker4: [00:11:48.39] Out, kind of like cause and effect.


Beatty: [00:11:50.34] It’s a cause and effect. Exactly. The discipline you incur. Is the effect of the cause of your unrepentant sin. Or in the case of a generational curse. Your unrepentant sin that’s imputed to you, even though someone else committed it, still your responsibility. We’ll talk about that in just a moment. So one of the things you want to look at is patterns in your life. Patterns in your genealogy when you start to see a pattern that continues to repeat itself. My great grandmother was fraud of fear with fear and anxiety. My grandmother had a bunch of fear and anxiety. My mom has a bunch of fear and anxiety. I have fear that is going to be a generational inequity curse all the way down. If you have a history of divorce, divorce, divorce, divorce or abuse, abuse, abuse or addiction, addiction, addiction, addiction. That’s what we’re looking at now. It can skip generations. I’ll talk about that later. But what’s interesting, if you look at addiction, you’ll see this a lot. So I teach also at a women’s drug recovery facility. And I was asking I say I’ve got an obvious question. How many of you have battled with addiction? 100% of the hands raised. I said, look up line in your genealogy. How many of you did your mom or dad, your grandfather, grandmother, also battled with addiction. 80% of the hands raised up. So what we see is it comes down through the bloodline as a generational inequity that turns into a curse.


Beatty: [00:13:38.17] Okay. So I want to show you where this is found in the Bible. Turn real quickly to Exodus 34. Versus five through seven. Exodus three, four, five, six, seven. Easy to remember as you’re turning their give you the back story on this. This is during the time of the children of Israel just been brought out of Egypt. They’re in the wilderness. They have just gone up recently to the mountain where the Lord is. All the congregation comes against the mountain and God speaks the Ten Commandments. He speaks the Covenant. So if you’ve listened to my podcast on is a Sabbath for today, you realize that the old covenant is actually a wedding vow covenant between God and his bride, Israel. Well, before so God writes the covenant on ten on two tablets of stone called the 1010 Commandments as Moses comes down. There is a big ruckus down there because by that time they’ve already made a golden idol and they’re worshiping it. Right. So because Israel broke the covenant, Moses breaks the covenant. Okay. So now the Covenant vows broken. God wants to destroy Israel. Moses intercedes and says, Don’t do it. Okay. So God relents. Then God says, Okay, Moses, I want you to make two more stone tablets and come back up to the mountain, but only you buy yourself this time. So now Exodus 34, five, six and seven. Moses is up on the mountain and this is where we pick up.


Beatty: [00:15:37.57] The Lord descended in the cloud and stood with him there and proclaimed the name of the Lord. Wouldn’t that be cool to hear the Lord proclaim His name, the Lord past before Him, and proclaim the Lord the Lord a God merciful and gracious? Already. I like it. Merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness. I’m liking it even more. A God who keeps steadfast love for thousands. And this a great God so far loving and watch this forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin. And this a super God. He’s gracious, merciful, slow to anger. Abounding in steadfast love. Forgives iniquity, transgression and sin. The same God. Who is this great guy? Then says. But who will? By no means clear the guilty. Visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children and the children’s children to the third and fourth generation. So what we see here is God is merciful and forgives iniquity, transgression, and said those are three different things. It’s not just saying the same word over and over again with three in three different ways. It’s three completely different things. I’ll show that to you in a moment. But it says that I will not clear the guilty. And then the next statement is I’ll visit the iniquity of the fathers on the third and fourth generation. What does this mean? Well, anyone know the difference between sin, transgression and iniquity?


Speaker3: [00:17:26.82] I could convey something that you’re thinking. It could be internal and not necessarily an act.


Beatty: [00:17:34.51] Yes. But unfortunately that could be said about really all sin, because Jesus states that the sin is from the heart. It comes out in actions. So something a little bit different. Let me say this. First off, how many you all know what sin is? Let’s just start with that said means.


Speaker4: [00:17:53.95] What is a transgression?


Beatty: [00:17:55.39] A great transgression is already so it can’t be a transgression because here we say transgression and sin. So sin is everyone. The arts term sin is missing the mark. Okay, so let’s look at this from an archery standpoint. So I’m going to draw a target up here. And in the center, this is the bull’s eye, right? So imagine for a moment I’ve got my bow and my arrow and I’m aiming at the target. And I let the arrow fly. And the arrow hits. And it goes boing right over here on the side of the target. Right. Okay, so this is where I wanted to hit the bull’s eye. I’m over on the edge of the target. The distance between those two is called sin. So sin is simply a statement of fact. It is missing the mark. I want to be righteous. And I did an unrighteous act. I missed the mark. That’s what sin is. So now let’s look at transgression and iniquity, because this passage in Exodus doesn’t say that God will visit the sin of the fathers. It doesn’t say he’ll visit the transgression of the father. It says he will visit the iniquity of the father. So we have to understand what iniquity is. All right. So we look at let’s look at first transgression, both transgression and iniquity. Define what happened that caused this. So I’ve got my bow and arrow and.


Beatty: [00:19:57.38] I let the arrow fly and I hit the side of the target. I missed it. But the question is why? Okay. So transgression is. A willful rebellion of God’s standard. Here’s a good way to understand it. I come into a situation I know the right thing to do. But I really want to do the wrong thing. I just have this lust for whatever this wrong thing is. I know I shouldn’t do it, but I do it anyway. That’s a rebellion. That’s a transgression. I know it’s wrong. My flesh overpowers my spirit. And I take the wrong act because it’s what I. It’s what I want to do. Other times I don’t violate that. But in this situation, I’m weak. I really desire it. And so I’m going to transgress. And that transgression is the reason for the sin. Does this make sense? Most sin is going to be probably in this neighborhood, this thing. It could be you could be aiming at the target and so on. Bumps me and I just accidentally do something in sin so we can have an accidental sin. We can have a transgression, but iniquity. Is something different. Inequity. Is a cent. A perversion. It’s what you were talking about. Yvonne is in you. It’s a moral perversion. It’s a moral perversion that culminates and creates an offense against God’s holiness.


Speaker4: [00:21:45.45] Kind of like a predisposition.


Beatty: [00:21:48.15] It’s a predisposition either because it comes down through the bloodline. So now we have how a bloodline generational inequity can create a generational curse because it’s a predisposition to send in a perverted.


Speaker4: [00:22:04.44] Manner that.


Beatty: [00:22:05.79] You’re drawn in that manner. That’s exactly right to label this. If you think about the Ten Commandments, it is a picture of holiness. It is the wedding vow of holiness between Israel and God and now between the elect and Christ. So when we violate the the covenant, that is an iniquity, because it’s a perversion of God’s standard. That is an offense against God’s holiness. So if you think about idolatry. Putting something between between you and God. You know, I worship this car and I baby it, and it becomes more important to me than my father. So you can have a form of idolatry murder, addiction, adultery, involvement in the occult. These are sins of iniquity that pervert God’s standard of holiness. All right. Does that make sense? Now I want to show you in the Bible where we see this generational inequity that turns into generational curses all the way down. It’s with. The man after God’s own heart. King David, so let’s turn real quickly to second Samuel, chapter 12, verses nine 311 and second Samuel 12, nine, ten and 11. And it goes like this. Why have you despised the Word of the Lord to do what is evil? And aside, by the way back story, David has committed adultery with Bathsheba. She becomes pregnant to hide the sin. That was a perversion. To hide the sin. He then murders her husband.


Beatty: [00:24:12.29] Another perversion. And now we have Nathan telling King David what’s going to happen. So that’s kind of the back story here. The word of the Lord as the prophet is telling. David, why have you despised the word of the Lord to do what is evil in his sight? You have struck down Uriah the Hittite with the sword and have taken his wife to be your wife and have killed him with the sword of the Ammonites. Now. Therefore, the sword shall never depart from your house. So here we see generational. Generational. We shall never depart from your house. Because you have despised me, despise me. That is a twisting of God’s standard. That is creating a rebellion against God’s holiness. You have despised me. And have taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be your wife. Thus says the Lord. Behold, I will raise up evil against you out of your own house. How does God raise up evil? Tormentors. Tormenting spirits with a legal right to attack. Right. That’s discipline. That’s what we’re seeing here. So let me give you a real quick idea of the timeline of of David’s life. So in the first stages of David’s life, the only challenges he has in his life is a guy named Saul. King Saul, you remember that? So we have David over here, and David has a pretty decent life.


Beatty: [00:25:49.16] The only problem he has is a guy named King Saul from the outside. And this is where James, too, one through five, says, count it all, Joy. When you encounter various trials for the testing of your faith produces endurance, which makes you perfect and complete. How did David get such great faith in trusting the Lord? Lots of trials that He had to trust the Lord in and watch the Lord. This was my topic on podcast. How do you raise godly kids or remain godly? They go through trials and you encourage them to go through trials and help it and you guide them and point them to the Lord. But then David has a son named Emma, number one son. Then he has a number two son named Daniel. Then he has a number three son named Epsilon. And Epsilon also has a sister named Tamar. And then there’s a number four son named Adonai. And somewhere down the line then you have the sun. Solomon So what happens is right before Solomon is the issue with Bathsheba and Uriah. They have a son who dies within a few days and Solomon becomes the next son with Bathsheba. So what God says is the sword will never leave your family because of the inequity with Bathsheba and the murder of Uriah. What happens? Well, Amnon rapes Tamar. Because of that epsilon kills and not because of that.


Beatty: [00:27:43.87] Epsilon is x out. Then he returns, and then he creates a coup to take over the kingdom from his dad. So a battle ensues. And Epsilon is killed. Then ad Oneida says, Oh, I’m going to take over the throne, even though I know it’s supposed to be my brother Solomons. So add an idea, creates a coup. David jumps in and immediately puts Solomon as king. And then out of Niger rebels and Solomon executes out of Niger. Then David dies. Solomon creates lots of inequity. And God says, I’m going to rip the kingdom out of you in your son’s hands. Rehoboam If we were so. Now we say this whole line of the kings of Judah just total torment, destruction, everything else, all because of iniquity right here with King David decrees and iniquity enters the bloodline. Lots of challenges in between, and it just drives right on down. That’s what. We see in second Samuel. This this is make sense. So let’s talk a little bit about these generational curses. And some things have interesting facts and things to understand about these curses. As I mentioned, probably half to a third of all of the issues most people deal with are tied to a generational inequity that turns into a generational curse. They’re called familiar spirits. Anyone have an idea of why they call familiar spirits.


Speaker4: [00:29:42.65] And they travel.


Beatty: [00:29:43.97] Because they’re very familiar. Oh, yeah, for me. My mom was always anxious. Grandma was always anxious. I’m always anxious, you know? Granddad died of a heart attack at 57. Dad died in a heart attack at 55. I go get tested and the doctors say I have the same genes and I’m going to be susceptible to a heart attack, too. Boom, boom, boom. We call it medical science. Nothing you can do about it. We look at it as I look at it as spiritual warfare. And if it’s warfare, there’s always something you can do at it. Because Jesus says the thief comes to steal, kill and destroy. But I came that you might have life and have it. Hell is dying at 57. Abundant life is being anxious and fearful. Abundant is having all these. No. So when you get rid of the thief. Abundant life can return. And that’s why I’m not saying that all of these things is always a generational inequity, but the pattern is there. And as I said, and I always like to err on the high side and I’m going to treat it like a generational inequity and a curse, because if I’m right, I win. If I’m wrong, I’m no worse off. So that’s a win win.


Beatty: [00:31:11.84] But to call familiar spirits because they’re familiar. One thing that’s interesting, you have a genealogy here. So this is Granddad. This is Dad. This is you. And this is your child. What happens is. Sometimes you’ll see this curse thing. Skip a generation. Sometimes it either skips a generation or let’s say that granddad had several children. And maybe the curse skips your dad and is now inherited by this. The question is why? Why does it go there or why does it maybe skip dad and come to you? Or maybe come to Dad and then come to you? It’s not that there’s one right or wrong answer, but here’s the key. When the person dies in which dwells the tormenting spirit, the spirit doesn’t die. He just changes his assignment. He looks for an open door. Remember, they had to have an open door in order to come into your life. That open door can be your unrepentant sin that you commit. An ungodly cell type tied to a sin somewhere in your life or before you with someone else. Or it can be in your blood because the iniquity of the father is an open door, an invitation to that spirit to come in at any time. So when Grandad dies, he can come to your dad.


Beatty: [00:33:04.03] Maybe your dad is old and the spirit says, I’m not going to bother with him. I won’t come into you because you’re young and I’ve now got a long time to start tormenting you. So that’s one way that that happens. Another thing is we’re talking about being susceptible to a certain type of sin. So for some reason, maybe out of the dad’s generation and his siblings may be, dad isn’t very susceptible to whatever the sin is. But maybe Dad’s brother, your uncle is. So at that point that tormenting spirit may go to the uncle instead or to your dad. Think about this. Keep in mind, on our first session, we talked about that the the enemy spirits are persons without bodies. Most people are lazy. If I have to dig a hole in the yard and there’s Apollo rocks here and a bunch of potting soil ground right over there, I’m not going to go dig in the rocks. That’s hard. I’m going to go to the potting soil and just dig at it real easy. So these spirits look for an easy, easy target. Someone who’s susceptible. They want to go there. Now, keep in mind that the iniquity of the father is visited. To how many generations?


Speaker3: [00:34:27.54] Third.


Beatty: [00:34:28.23] Third and fourth. What that means is the way that you propagate this. Is you get this generation to commit that same sin. Now the generational inequity starts over again 3 to 4 generations. So it will extinguish itself automatically by itself if after three or four generations there is no committing of that inequity. Does that make sense? That’s what it means. The open door lasts for 3 to 4 generations. But once you commit it, then it starts it all over again. The other thing that’s interesting. Is. Spirits. Look for someone all else being equal with a weak will instead of a strong will. Have you ever tried? Have you ever had a strong willed child? And you can’t correct them. They’ll do what they want to do. And there. And they resist you completely. It’s a lot harder to get that person to do something that you want them to do than to get a weak willed child to respond. So you see the same thing in demonic torment. Someone who is strong willed is has greater resistance against demonic torment in terms of demonic influence that causes them to send than someone who is weak willed. So you will find a lot of times that those who are most demonized are going to be those that have the weakest wills. They’re easier targets, easier to influence, easier to cause the sin, easier to continue. So you’ll also probably find that in terms of if it skips a generation, it may be that the one that has a stronger will and that spirit’s going for an easier time. But I want to show you also this legal right in the bloodline. I actually talked about this in our first session on legal rights. But I want to go into it again.


Beatty: [00:36:41.13] And this now comes from Hebrews, the Book of Hebrews. And we’re going to turn to Hebrews seven versus nine and ten. The evil spirits have to have a right to attack a legal right. That right with a generational inequity is embedded in your bloodline. And I want to show you where we see biblical evidence of how something in the bloodline comes down, in addition to just the example with David. So Hebrews seven versus nine and ten. One might even say that Levi himself, who receives tithes, paid ties through Abraham, for he was still in the loins of his ancestor when Melchizedek met him. What does this have to do with legal rights and bloodlines? So if we come back up to the story, just write out the genealogy. I have Abraham and Abraham’s son of the promise. Is who? Isaac. And then Isaac. Son of the promise is Jacob. Jacob, whose later called Israel. And Israel has 12 sons. And one of those sons who is now going to be the son of the promise as well, is going to be. Levi, the priest, right? I call it the son of the promise. The son of the inheritance may be a better one because their inheritance is the Lord. So what this reference is in Hebrews is back when Abraham was called Abraham. There’s a group of raiders that came through and raided Sodom and Gomorrah where his nephew was and took all the wives and all the children. So Abraham went after there with his army. And supernaturally defeated this huge army brought all of the spoil back from that. And then it says that Abraham met up with Melchizedek, who was both a king and a priest. That is a Christofi.


Speaker4: [00:39:02.43] Without father, mother.


Beatty: [00:39:03.69] Without father, mother without genealogy, without beginning or ending of days. So that’s what this is talking about. So it says that Abraham gave a 10th, which is a tithe, 10%, a 10th of all the spoil to Melchizedek. And because of that, then later after Abraham now has Isaac, who has Jacob, who has Levi. Hebrews is saying that even though Levi, the Levites, the priestly tribe, did not pay tithes, you have the 12 tribes of Israel. So you have the tribe of Levi that has no inheritance in the land, and you have the other 12 tribes of Israel because two of these tribes are actually going to be. Joseph So you got 12 tribes of Israel plus. Levi And these guys are to give a 10th of all their produce to Levi, to the priest, and that becomes their inheritance. The Levites don’t give a time. That’s the key. Only the 12 tribes of Israel give a type, but not the priest. So when this in Hebrews is saying that, one might say that even Levi himself, who receives tithes, paid tithes through Abraham four, he was still in the loins of his ancestor when Abraham met him. What this is saying is that the tie that Abraham gave is imputed. To Levi because Levi. Is in the loins or in the blood of Abraham. Does this make sense? So we see now in Scripture that something that an ancestor did in the past is imputed to you as yours. It doesn’t say that, Levi. Has some benefit of his father, Abraham, having given ties. It says one might even say that Levi himself paid ties.


Beatty: [00:41:24.13] Levi pay ties because the payment of the ties is in his blood. So what happened by Abraham four generations earlier or technically three, is imputed to Levi as his payment of ties. Is this making sense? Okay, so now let’s change the scenario just a little bit. Now that we see this pattern in Scripture. We’re now going to say that this is great granddad, great granddad. And he has a child named granddad who has a child named Dad who has a child. That’s you. Great. Granddad creates an iniquitous set. Inequity, incentive inequity. And that center of inequity. Is visited to the third and fourth generation, meaning that sin is imputed to you as your sin. Just as Levi paid ties because he was in the loins of his father, Abraham. When Abraham paid ties, you committed adultery because you’re in the loins of your great grandfather when he committed adultery. It’s your sin. That’s why it’s your open door legal right? For that spirit of torment to come into you because that sin is imputed to you. It’s fully your responsibility because it’s in your blood. That’s what this is saying. And here’s what’s interesting, because it’s in you. You can repent of that sin. I repent of the sin of adultery committed by my great grandfather. I’m repenting of the sin in my bloodline that someone else in my ancestry did because that sin is imputed to me. The same as ties was imputed to Levi. And that interesting. Some people say, well, you can’t repent on behalf of someone else. That’s not biblical. No. Yeah.


Beatty: [00:43:57.60] And experientially. So there’s a guy named Bob who does Deliverance and. And he puts him on YouTube. And you’ll see this happen a number of times when the demonic spirit won’t leave. And so Bob says. What gives you the legal right? Murder. Well, John, now he talks to the person, the host of this demonic spirit. John, have you murdered anyone? No, Pastor Bob. So he goes back in and interrogates this. The demonic spirit. Tell me more and more. What do you mean? Murder. Five generations ago, great grandfather murdered someone. Okay. So then he goes back to. The guy that we’re trying to deliver. He says, repent for your great grandfather’s murder. So he repents for his great grandfather’s murder. And now the spirit can be cast out because now the legal right is seven. Does that make do you see? So experientially we see that happen. So you repent of it, you renounce it. It’s your sin. That’s what this is saying. It’s your sin. It’s your blood. So now let’s look at this a little bit differently. What about your progeny? What about your children? So let’s draw this back up. A little bit different, so I’ve got more room. So this is your ancestry through which the generational inequity is coming. This is you and you have two children. Generational inequity is traveling down the bloodline. So you have the sin of adultery committed by your great grandfather. That’s your sin. You had children. They now have the sin of adultery because it’s your blood passed down to them. Your sin passed out. So you repent of that sin.


Beatty: [00:46:09.30] When you repent, it blocks it from you. But your children that you had before you repented, your blood has already passed down. They’ve got to repent. Or as we said earlier, on session two. I believe you can repent on their behalf, especially if they’re younger, especially if your dad I don’t know about all the intricacies, but there is evidence of repenting on behalf of your family. But then what happens when you have more children? You’ve handled the generational inequity in your bloodline already. Now you have additional children. There is no inequity. It no longer gets passed down to your new children because you’ve handled it. So in other words, water under the bridge is already gone. But if you fix the bridge before the water gets there, then now you’re starting with a new water stream. The other last thing on this is. We’ve been talking a lot about generational inequity coming down and tormenting you. But you can originate a sin of iniquity that now gets plus passed down to your progeny. Your children. So it’s not just your generation, your ancestry. If you create a sin of iniquity, then that can now create a generational inequity for you and for your children as well. So that’s where the end of session one. Talking about legal rights, I mentioned, you know, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Repentance every day keeps the tormentors away. All of this happens with unrepentant sin. If the sun was repented for. There’s no longer the legal right. So what questions? Any questions or comments on this as we wrap up?


Speaker4: [00:48:18.75] One thing is, do you have to know like what it is? I mean, you have to know specifically what it is.


Beatty: [00:48:27.15] So yes or no. If you’re dealing with specific torments, the more knowledge you have specific to their open door, the more successful you’ll be at shutting that door and being able to cash them out.


Speaker4: [00:48:44.99] Yeah, you just can’t say point blank, just forgive me.


Beatty: [00:48:47.78] All right. But you can. You can, but you can’t.


Speaker4: [00:48:53.15] Yeah. So it won’t be as effective.


Beatty: [00:48:55.82] It won’t be as effective.


Speaker4: [00:48:57.05] Yeah.


Beatty: [00:48:57.56] Yeah. So, you know, think about in medical terms, if I know specifically what’s wrong with you, I can go straight to that. Prescribe a medication. They’ll handle that issue and clear it up. If I don’t know what, I can start prescribing all kinds of medications, all kinds of therapies. And I’ll probably hit something along the way and clear it out. Okay. So it’s kind of the shotgun versus the rifle approach, but the Lord is gracious. When I repent of my sins. And I repent of all classifications of sins. I repent of unforgiveness, I repent of rebellion, I repent of anger, even though I may not know where they may have come from.


Speaker4: [00:49:41.07] Yeah. The one then. Yeah.


Beatty: [00:49:42.90] Right. It’s still repents of. Yeah.


Speaker2: [00:49:45.69] Perhaps. And this might answer or raise more questions. I’m not sure. A born again believer is a new creation created in Christ Jesus. If Levi was in the body of Abraham and Christ, some blood and righteousness is imputed to the new creation who was created in Himself as a whole new race of God.


Beatty: [00:50:06.09] Right.


Speaker2: [00:50:06.60] Then. Would that status actually close the door?


Beatty: [00:50:13.08] I don’t think so. That makes sense. It makes sense. So when one becomes new in Christ, God can do a lot. I’ve seen people with all kinds of demonic torments and definitely heard of them. When they come to Christ, it’s all gone. I’ve had others that when they come to Christ, they still have all the demonization in them. So God may cut the legal rights and cast out in some and not in others.


Speaker4: [00:50:40.80] Well, it makes sense because Jesus girded himself. He took off his clothes, girded himself with a towel, so they because they could still sing, even though they were new creations. Yes. They still were capable of singing, you know, because they said, if I don’t wash you.


Beatty: [00:51:00.00] Right. And I know Christians today, a believer can still have an open door, create an open door that allows a demonic spirit in.


Speaker4: [00:51:09.06] Because he didn’t take away your free right as a new creation, you still have a free.


Beatty: [00:51:13.65] Will. So. So keep in mind, all a generational inequity is. Is simply another open door. It all goes back to legal, right. The question is, how does the legal right get created? Well, it gets created because of sexual sin. It gets created because of abuse. It gets created because of something I did elsewhere. It gets created because of something. My grandfather did it. It’s always the same thing. So the question is, if being in Christ eliminates it, being in Christ has to eliminate all open doors, all legal, and actually eliminate the possibility of us creating a legal right open door. But because we can send. And not repent of it. Then that means we can still create a legal right for a demonic spirit to come in and a change of word from torment to discipline. We can still create a legal right for disciplining spirit to come in and discipline us until we repent. And that’s really all this is. It’s just it’s that in a different light, just a different path. And once you know the path, then you can point your repentance specifically toward that path to eliminate it. Just like last time we talked about unforgiveness. When I know unforgiveness, it’s a path I can point my focus on forgiving. When another sexual sin is a path, I can point my repentance there. When I know that ungodly soul ties are a path, I can point my action there. So all of these are these are open doors that we’re going through that says you just need to find these out and just start shutting all these open doors. There’s about eight or nine of them. All right. Any final comments we’re about we’re at the top of the hour.


Speaker3: [00:53:05.48] Yes, clarification.


Beatty: [00:53:07.25] Okay.


Speaker3: [00:53:07.70] So it’s like you change your family bloodline by disagreeing with everything previously. Then your future children are good. But if you had kids, they would have to do repentance to to the third and fourth generation. Is that.


Beatty: [00:53:22.31] Right? No. So great question. All right. So back here, you have a generational inequity coming down in your bloodline, and that is an open door that allows a demonic spirit to do two things. Number one, to torment you. Number two, to incite you to commit that same iniquitous sin. To then restart the three or four generations you had children before you repent of that inequity. So now that inequity is in your children’s blood. Do you repent? It’s out of you, but it’s still in your children. If there’s no repentance by or on behalf of the children, then there’s still three or four generations down from the last time that sin was committed before it disappears on its own. But they’re likely to then recommit that same sin because that demonic trauma is going to try it. So you eliminate in your children and now they don’t have the demonic torment. Now there is one thing that’s important to. So let’s say that the torment, the iniquity is an addiction to alcohol. So you get the demon of alcohol out and you no longer have that demon of addiction. But your makeup is still your sensitive to alcohol. Don’t go take a drink. Once you take a drink, I can do it again. I can take another look, and I’m good. I’m clean. So now you take a third and a fourth drink. Now you get drunk. Now you create that inequity all over again, and that spirit comes right back in.


Beatty: [00:55:09.06] I have a friend. She was an alcoholic. She went through Deliverance, got rid of the demon addiction, all this other stuff, and she was clean. And then her husband and she were out at some cabin in North Carolina on a weekend. And he said, Would you like a glass of wine with dinner? She said, Oh, what an intriguing thought. Yes, I would. So she gets this glass of wine, and as she’s lifting it up to drink it, she starts to hear all these voices. All right. Versus a glass. And then his birthday and then a celebration and all these voices saying she’s going to start drinking and all these different things and we’re going to have her again. And so she slams down the glass. No, I will not. And her husband says, Well, you could have just said no before I bought it. She says, No, no, I’m not talking to you. I’m talking to all these others, these voices. I’m here. I’m not going to touch it. She heard the game plan, so she was susceptible. She was completely clean. But if she gave in once, then the prize going to say, well, I’m strong enough, I can do it again and not be hurt. I can do it again. Eventually you fall back in, open the door and it comes right back in. So you are still susceptible. Stay away. What? Getting rid of the generational inequity does and then catching the spirit out allows you to get rid of it so it no longer torments you and incites you for that.


Beatty: [00:56:33.26] Real quickly, because I did not cover this last thing, how do you get rid of this OC homework assignment? Real simple is a four step process. We cover this on pretty much everything. Thank Jesus for forgiveness of your sins OC confess that this is your sin, this generational iniquity is mine. I repent for the sin in my bloodline. You renounce it, you break it, and then you commend the demonic spirit that’s tied to it out. Okay. That’s what you do. So homework assignment is go through, make a list, think through all the things that you battle with that your mom or your dad battled with, that your brothers or sisters battle with that maybe your grandmother, your grandfather has battled with and look for patterns. Wherever there is a pattern, in almost all cases you’re going to find it’s something tied to a generational inequity. More than likely treat it that way, because if you do and you’re wrong, you’re no worse off. But if you treat it that way and you’re right, you can get rid of it. And it’s thank you for saving me. I, I confess it is sin. I repent of it now. Demonic spirit. Get out. You have no legal right. That’s how you do it.