Dear reader, you may be shocked by what I am about to tell you. Suicidal thoughts are not caused by hopelessness, traumatic stress, failure in life, substance abuse, or feelings of being overwhelmed with the problems of this world. Suicidal thoughts are caused by something else. I am about to tell you what this cause is.
Suicidal thoughts are spiritual.
Suicidal thoughts are not caused by social problems. They are rather generated spiritually. For this reason, these thoughts can best be handled spiritually.
Demons and their assignments.
The Devil has so many types of demons. Each of these demons has a specialty, as well as an assignment from Satan, based on the specialty of each demon. For example, the Devil has demons that specialize in causing poverty, and demons that specialize in causing divisions. If Satan wants to split a church, he will send to that church demons of division. The Devil will send the same type of demons if he wants a marriage to split up.
Demons of suicide.
The Devil has a department for demons of suicide. Satan deploys these demons to cause innocent persons to commit suicide. The Devil knows that he will never make it to Heaven, for this reason he wants to take with him as many persons as possible to Hell. One way Satan does this is by causing persons to commit suicide. Any person who commits suicide will never go to Heaven.
Witches and Satanists can cast demons of suicide.
If contacted by your enemies, witches and Satanists can actually cast upon your life the demons of suicide. When you are not strong in the Lord, you will succumb to these demons with your life ending in suicide.
Overcoming the sprit of suicide.
Any person having suicidal thoughts can be delivered by binding, and casting out the demon of suicide tormenting that person. Our bodies are the temples of God and the Holy Spirit. After casting out that evil spirit. Pray that this person is filled with the power of God and the Holy Spirit.
Look at Jesus Christ.
Our Lord Jesus Christ is able to handle whatever reason any person is giving for committing suicide. Your illness may seem terminal, but Jesus Christ can heal you tomorrow. You may be overwhelmed with many burdens of this world, but tomorrow Jesus can take away all these burdens.
A prison guard who wanted to commit suicide.
One night a guard securely locked the door to the maximum prison he was guarding. He double-checked and confirmed that the main door has been firmly locked with six very strong padlocks. Then this guard went into a deep sleep very near this door. About midnight this guard suddenly woke up only to find that all the six padlocks had been opened, and the prison was wide open (see Acts 16:27). Immediately he was overwhelmed with fear and he quickly thought as follows:
“Now that all the prisoners have escaped, what will I tell my commander? I know he may even shoot me if he discovers that all the prisoners escaped” thought the guard.
Immediately, Satan entered into this guard and made a suggestion:
“Why don’t you commit suicide, to save yourself from shame, and the harsh punishment from your commander?” suggested Satan.
“I think suicide is a very good idea. Suicide will save me from all the shame and punishment” replied the guard.
Then the guard drew a sword to commit suicide by piecing his heart (see Acts 16:27).
HOW JESUS CHRIST QUICKLY SAVED THIS PRISON GUARD FROM COMMITTING SUICIDE.
‘But Paul shouted, “Don’t harm yourself! We are all here!”
29 The jailer called for lights, rushed in and fell trembling before Paul and Silas. 30 He then brought them out and asked, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?”
31 They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved—you and your household.” 32 Then they spoke the word of the Lord to him and to all the others in his house. 33 At that hour of the night the jailer took them and washed their wounds; then immediately he and all his household were baptized. 34 The jailer brought them into his house and set a meal before them; he was filled with joy because he had come to believe in God—he and his whole household.’ Acts 16: 28-34.