Spiritual covering? I’m back again with part 2 of Spiritual Covering Exposed: The Truth about Spiritual Covering.
All right then, I’m going to make a confession right here in this blog post. I was a spiritual covering junkie. Yes, at one time I was obsessed with finding a spiritual covering. Here’s why: When I left the organized church, I felt lost for a while. I felt like a fish out of water. I felt like I was treading unknown territory.
I had left the Word of Faith church, which I consider to be a cult. I have to call em’ as I see them. The WOF is one twisted bundle of rusty wired fallacies. I had been on the WOF hook for a few years.
I escaped, opted out because I had heard the Lord tell me ” come out from among them”. Here’s the kicker: my pastor actually gave a sermon about how those who left his church to start ministries failed. Not only that, he warned me that I would need an intro letter before I could be accepted to another ” spiritual covering” church. I never bothered to get such a letter. The pastor had proven himself to witnesses that he was a thug and a theif. A few left his church. I was among the few.
As time went on, I eventually understood that the Lord was calling me out of the organized church totally— bar none. This happened because of Pam Shepppard. She was told the same and explained, in detail why the system was corrupt.
The whole organized church system is full of corosion, but I was not 100% sure about that yet. Okay, so there I was churchless, wondering if I had heard the Lord correctly. Somehow, the term spiritual covering popped up while I was websurfing. I was websurfing wondering if anyone else had heard what I had heard. At the same time I was mostly searching for someone to be under. i.e a spiritual covering. My web searches changed from day to day.
Spiritual covering was a buzz word I had heard in the past. Since I was out of the organized church I looked to find a spiritual covering. Not realizing, that God had called me out of all things churchwise. God had called me out of the organized church, which meant…ALL CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS.
But that didn’t mean I was to fall into the lone ranger minister trap. This much I knew. I kept asking God why I would be alone? I kept praying on that point and referring to scripture. I knew lone ranger disciples never existed. Jesus had the 12, and sent the 12 out two by two to minister. Who was I? Was I better than Jesus himself?
I found myself a ministry association and joined up. I had my— so called– spiritual covering. So I thought! I felt secure, fear of not having a spiritual covering left me. I left my old church with some ministry experience, especially women’s ministry and writing. So I picked up from there, and started writing ministry articles online. I was feeling good, I had my coveted spiritual covering.
But time moved on, as it always does, and I soon began to suspect that spiritual covering was unscriptural. I wasn’t 100% sure yet. I went on to get a certification in Christian life coaching. I figured two spiritual coverings might be better than one. But it was all an illusion. I had been feeling like my hands were tied, and I couldn’t teach or share the Gospel, without the phony spiritual covering. The spiritual covering fallacy was really bondage personified.
The ministry association left me with very little support. Their main concern was whether or not my dues were up to date. I did find a second ministry association/so-called spiritual covering, but soon knew I had to submit to what the Lord had told me. I had to denounce any membership with the harlot aka organized church. So I can certainly understand, if you feel or felt you needed a spiritual covering.
But I can’t continue in sympathy with you, because if you believe that having a spiritual covering is paramount to being able to even say the name Jesus— we must part ways. I can’t support a doctrine from left field just because I was fooled as well.
I spun my wheels round and round for a while publishing online to a Christian audience. The more articles I wrote, the more I began connecting to Christian’s blogging, teaching and trying their best to minister online. I was on a merry go round, and started meeting people in un-repentant sin. I did meet some very nice folks, but mostly I got a real eye and earful of deception and lawlessness from professing believers.
Meanwhile, I was looking for a place. What do I mean by that? Well, the Lord had not only told me to come out from the church, he also said: ” to a place I will show you “.
Now I can get into giving you the true meaning of spiritual covering. Why? because Pam Sheppard and Pam Sheppard counseling and publishing is ” the Place ” the Lord revealed as my destination. I have arrived!
The true meaning of spirtual covering, has nothing to do with laying on of hands ceremonies. Submitting and coat tailing elders, or foot kissing. The true meaning of spiritual covering begins with truth. When you find that one who you know teaches truth, your spirit bears witness that the person is of God. Part of Pam Sheppard’s assignment includes exposing the devil in his evil entirety, and casting out demons, and fallen angel’s— once and for all. Pam has 37 years of deliverance counseling experience. This fact alone, should have your ears at attention, and inspire you to want to know her.
Pam Sheppard also has a strong undeniable calling from the Lord, to train ministers for such a time as this.
In the case of Pam Sheppard, check the spirit. Read as many articles, and books of hers as you can. If you do, I’m pretty sure you and I will end up on the same page, concerning her.
Part 3 of this article is going to blow off the dilapidated roof of the spiritual covering concept fallacy lie.
TO BE CONTINUED….
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