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Stripper turned minister claims rapist demons make you gay

Stripper turned minister claims rapist demons make you gay

A former stripper turned ministry leader claimed she ‘considered becoming’ a lesbian following continuous ‘rape’ by a ‘sexual demon’.

In an interview with Charisma Magazine, Minister Adams claimed she was repeatedly attacked by a succubus – which she defined as a female sexual demon that traditionally assaults men – making her contemplate becoming a lesbian.

According to a book that Adams about the matter, such demons – which she nicknamed ‘spiritual rapists’, ‘often prey on people by performing sexual acts through nightmares and erotic dreams.

‘Some people become so dependent upon these demonic experiences that they actually look forward to them’.

She told Charisma: ‘Anybody that has been attacked by them will tell you … they’re worried [that] they could not find that pleasure with mortal people’.

‘Unless you’re strong enough to rebuke it, they’ll keep coming back. You must speak the Word of God, knowing you have power in the name of Jesus’.

Adams said that after she ‘found Christ’ in 1979, her demon was exorcized and she was ‘cured’ by becoming ‘obedient’ to the ‘Holy Spirit’.

She said: ‘The Holy Spirit has to reprogram you. If you’re not programmed for obedience, it’s hard to do so.

‘Once you come out of that world, you’re learning what you can do and what you cannot do. With the Holy Spirit, if [you] go to touch that fire, He will quicken you and tell you, “No.”’

‘Fear is their forerunner. If you get paralyzed by fear, they actually will come and rape you. But if you draw near to God, Satan has to flee.

‘Satan’s job is to suggest that you not draw near to God, so that he does not have to flee.’

Eddie Smith, the president of US Prayer Track, told Charisma that he agrees with Adams ideas about the ‘gay’ ‘spiritual warfare’ and her recommendations to combat it.

He claimed that he and his wife have ministered to ‘at least hundreds’ of people suffering from such ‘demonic sexual attacks’.