5 Steps Wives Can Take to Bind the Spirit of Addiction to Pornography Jailing Their Husband
5-Steps Wives Can Take to
Bind the Spirit of Addiction to
Pornography Jailing Their
“My husband would
rather look at porn
than be intimate
“I've lost my
husband to the
fantasy images on
“My husband has
tried to stop looking
at porn but it's
become an addiction
he is now
We frequently hear these comments
from wives seeking counsel.
They feel abandoned, rejected, and
alone. Their husbands are no longer
interested in being intimate with
Husbands often have a different view;
that it’s a “safe sin”.
The porn industry in the United States alone generates
approximately $13 billion each year with 3 billion generated
from internet porn.
A startling statistic indicates that global porn use is down 50%
since 2007 because so much of it is now free.
64% of Christian men and 15% of Christian women view porn at
least once a month.
The repeated viewing of porn literally changes the physical
structure of their brain.
51% of pastors say cyber-porn is a possible temptation. 37% say
it is a current struggle.
5-Steps That Interrupt the Bondage of
Pornography Addiction Jailing Your
I bind up the strongman of perversion
and bondage operating in my husband’s
life. I bind every spirit of
pornography, addiction, lust, seduction,
and fantasy that has entered through
his eyes with the blood of Jesus
Christ. I loose over his mind, clarity,
wisdom and knowledge. I declare that
my husband has the mind of Christ,
and the wisdom of God is formed
the people that introduced your
husband to pornography along with
every person that filmed, produced, or
starred in the pornography he has
viewed by speaking out loud, “I break
every ungodly soul tie between my
husband and (name) and (name) and
my husband with the blood of Jesus
Pray our House Cleaning Prayer
over your home and the computer area
where porn is viewed.
Break any word curses either you
or your husband has spoken over his
use of pornography by declaring: ‘ I
break every word curse I have spoken
over my husband that he is addicted
to pornography, and I cancel the
assignment of that word curse, in
Jesus’ name. I declare instead my
husband is free from the bondage of
pornography in Jesus’ name.
Seek deliverance counseling.
Hopefully both of you can go, but if
not go alone. Pornography is a
tangible sin that you can see and point
blame at, but the sin of bitterness is
equal in toxicity as it sneaks in to
overtake the wife of a porn user.
Don’t be caught in the bitter,
resentful, cycle of blame and
negativity, get help!
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