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Isaiah 59:1-5 and Luke 10:19 give us insight into how much the Lord hates sin. He has given us power, authority and the right to walk in His strength to tread on our enemies. Every time God frees us, we have more authority to go on the offense against the devil…that slick, sly, cunning, intelligent creature. The devil works on our minds. He is relentless in his schemes to entice us to break God’s commandments. The sting of the scorpion means to pierce by stinging with his tail. That sting opens a wound and is an entry point for the enemy to inject deadly venom into his victim. The intent is to destroy that person by way of temptation, deception, accusation and destruction. Satan tempts us through our senses and imagination. Portals open wide when we yield to sin. Deborah exposes many defiling strongholds of the enemy. The stings of the scorpion are hostile to all virtue. So forgive everyone, renounce and repent of every sin and surrender to God completely. Allow God moment by moment, day by day, to cleanse our lives and keep us obedient, pure, holy and walking in His Holy Word so that when we rebuke the enemy, he has to flee. Deliverance prayers follow this teaching.


16LCCD2-3 – Deborah Vails – WALKING IN FREEDOM
Jesus came to set the captives free. The closer we get to Jesus the more we come out of darkness. He brings us out of darkness so we can be a blessing and comfort to others. God has given each one of us a call and a purpose for our life. We must not allow anyone to discourage us with words of doubt or scornful looks. Jesus will equip us with His divine nature to accomplish His purpose. II Pet 1:3-11. “He has given us all things pertaining to life and godliness through the knowledge of Him.” His divine nature is faith, virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness, charity. This is walking in freedom, victory and harmony with the Lord. We need to understand that our heavenly Father loves us completely, so come boldly to the Throne of Grace. When you feel overwhelmed, remember that Jesus is interceding for us continuously. Remember that the Father sent the Holy Ghost to be our teacher, our comforter, our guide. As we learn to walk in freedom, we realize that we are part of the family of God and we need one another. Let us apply the inspired Word of God to our lives so the enemy will be exposed. Walk in freedom in the light of the Lord.

16LCCD2-5 – Deborah Vails – DEFEATING THE ENEMY
This teaching is about 13 attacks used by the enemy and the counterattacks to use against him. 1) ACCUSATION (Attributing blame) Ask God to vindicate you. 2) BETRAYAL (Robs us of trust through the violation of covenant) Forgive and release love. 3) CARNALITY (Pleasing your self) Rule your flesh by the Spirit. 4) COMPROMISE (Make concessions) Do not give in or give up. 5) DISOBEDIENCE (Refusal to come under authority) Submit yourself to the Lord. 6) ENTANGLEMENTS (Caught in a web that will stagnate development) As God sets you free, stay free. 7) FEAR (Used to penetrate faith and will keep you from your potential) Pray for power, love and a sound mind. 8) GENERATIONAL CURSES (Defiant disobedience by our forefathers) Break every curse, chain and shackle. 9) BAD HABITS (Having no time for devotions) Diligent discipline. 10) IMMATURITY (Lack of wisdom and emotional development) Grow up. 11) LUST (Strong desires of the flesh and cravings of the soul) Mortify the deeds of the flesh. 12) PROCRASTINATION (Putting off what God gives you to do) Just do it. 13) SABATOGE (Causes malicious destruction of an individual or a work) Ask God to strengthen and encourage you.

We must first identify demonic strongholds, expose them, and take them apart. PRIDE (Leviathan): disobedience, rebellion. LYING: gossip, tale-bearing, flattery, slander. FEAR: torment, anxiety, worry. BONDAGE: addictions. INFIRMITY: all forms of disease. DUMB AND DEAF SPIRIT: physically and spiritually mute and deaf. JEALOUSY: cruel spirit, competition, murderous. FAMILIAR: peeps, mutters and whispers to deceive. DIVINATION: drawing from the wrong spirit (Python), constricts, hinders and deceives. WHOREDOM: unfaithfulness, dissatisfaction, worldliness. PERVERSION: evil actions, filthy mind, chronic worrier. SEDUCING SPIRIT: (Jezebel) draws you away from truth. ERROR: un-submissive spirit, unteachable, contentious, defensiveness, argumentative. HEAVINESS: excessive mourning, self-pity, despair, depression. ANTI-CHRIST: denies the deity of Jesus, a deceiver, promotes lawlessness. DEATH: life and death is in the power of the tongue. Deliverance prayers follow this teaching.

God is rallying the Church, intercessors and warriors. Our intercession training has been like a military operation. We literally have an Alert Roster. No more silent compromise no matter what opposition or persecution may come. God is saying, “Stand up if you are on the Lord’s side!” Hell is hot and demons are real. When we go through an overwhelming storm of life, something inside of us says, “If I can just get there…get to the house of the Lord one more time, the storm will alleviate”. God is going to give us another chance to get it right. God will take us to it and He will take us through it. Now Church, stand up! We have to come together and put down our differences. God is going to use the events of the world to get the Church right. We will not bow down to the threats of the enemy. Perilous times come to make us strong. We will go into the fire bound, but we will come out free. Our enemies will be defeated by the fire and God will be glorified in the Earth. Deliverance prayers follow this teaching. (There is no DVD available for this teaching)


“When you’re walking in fear, then your love ain’t right!” (1 John 4:18) The mantle of Agape love is found in 1 Corinthians 13. Fear will cause you to miss the potential God has for you. We don’t have to be afraid of the enemy/demons because God has given us power and authority over them. Fear will cause you to run. It is rooted in “phobos” (phobia). Deborah puts numerous fears in the crosshairs and shoots each one of them down with the Word of God. She addresses certain signs and symptoms of fear and then prays deliverance. You can be delivered by participating in these prayers!

17LHCD5-7 – Deborah Vails – A JOSHUA LEADER
Deborah delivers a prophetic message that is for everybody, but states it is specifically for Bro. Merrill Miller, the director of Lake Hamilton Bible Camp. The Word that comes forth is from Joshua 1-4. God is the one that places the anointing on our lives. As we continue on in the Lord, God will bring out of you what is in you – for His plans, purposes and glory. It’s all about relationship. If you have been called to be a leader, you have to KNOW that God is with you! Though Moses was the one that had led them those forty years, Joshua was the one appointed and anointed by God to take the children of Israel into the promised land. Deborah identifies several points that God spoke to her out of the book of Joshua for a Joshua Leader. When you are called of God to be a leader, you must first have been a follower. A leader’s life is one of submission and servanthood. They are not aspiring to be a leader. They didn’t ask to be a leader. They are appointed and anointed by God.

Many times we think of hedges and walls as ways to keep things out. However, God gives us points in His Word that help us build a spiritual hedge to help us become stronger in Him and His Word. Hedges are scriptural and are made to set boundaries to protect you from intruders, to buffer or hedge from obstruction by enemies, and to keep foxes or trespassers from breaking the wall. We want these hedges up to where the enemy stays out and the Lord stays in and we get closer to God. The closer we get to God, the further we get away from the enemy. In this message, Deborah gives us ten hedges – starting with spending time daily in God’s Word. God’s design to communicate with man started in the garden but the enemy sought to break that. Some of the other hedges are renewing your mind, prayer, moral consciousness, our words and several others. As we seek God for these hedges in our own lives, our children and grandchildren will benefit. This message speaks life and encouragement to the hearer.

17LHCD11-7 – Deborah Vails – THE POWER TO TREAD
Luke 10:19 is the beginning text for this teaching. God gives us power and authority to do His will – not our own. Moses is used as an example of God’s timing, power, position and placement. No matter how the enemy attempts to thwart the plans and purposes of God, He is the final authority and as we put our trust, confidence and faith in Him, the power to tread is a done deal. If we could understand all that God has for the body of Christ the enemy would not be able to triumph over us, because we would take the full authority which God has given us. The key ‘take away’ from this message is that you are triumphant in God and you are an overcomer, because “Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world.” There is clarion call going forth to bring God’s people back to prayer, back to the altar, back to repentance, back to Him. We must learn to hear the voice of God for ourselves. Sister Vails flows as a teacher, evangelist and prophet.


18LHCD3-2 – Deborah Vails – THE PURPOSE OF PRAYER
The gathering in the upper room found them all in one accord, waiting on the Holy Spirit. They needed this helper and we, as Christians today, continue to need the Holy Spirit to help us. We all have a responsibility to pray. The purpose of prayer is to determine God’s will in a matter. He’s calling the church to pray, to wait on Him to give us direction to know what to do. Without the direction of God, who is really leading? When we get connected in the Holy Ghost He will show us how to pray. Prayer should be our priority and our lifestyle. Jesus is our example: He came not to do His own will but that of the Father’s. Additionally, He ever liveth to make intercession for us. Stay in the pocket of prayer and watch God move! Prayer is ministry to the Lord. Prayer causes your spiritual eyes to be open so you can see in the spiritual realm. Birthed in prayer, this message reveals twelve different purposes of prayer and is a call for ALL believers to be stirred to a deeper life of prayer.

18LHCD3-7 – Deborah Vails – DIMENSIONS OF PRAYER
Deborah give seven points concerning the dimensions of prayer. They are the prayer of confession, thanksgiving, worship, meditation, petition, intercession and persistence. God does not look at the length of our prayers but at the sincerity. In order for us to be victorious in our Christian walk we must stay built up. This comes by us praying in the Holy Ghost. If you are baptized in the Holy Ghost you should pray in tongues because the Holy Ghost knows how to pray when we don’t. (Rom 8:26 & Eph. 6:18) Only the Holy Ghost knows God’s thoughts. When we flow in the Holy Ghost we will know the mind of God. It is important for us to walk in the Spirit daily so we don’t fulfill the lusts of the flesh. Keep communication with your Heavenly Father and most of all, keep a fervent prayer life. In doing this you will be able to minister to those in need and God will be glorified in your life. Be inspired by this message on prayer.


In this first service,  Deborah doesn’t hold anything back as she lays a 7 point foundation for us  to receive deliverance and be equipped to carry out the mission God has  for us.  Deliverance is not something to play with.  It is not just to get  relief.  It’s about commitment to be obedient, and live a changed life in the Lord Jesus Christ. We must be honest with ourselves and with God if we  want to receive deliverance.  It’s critical to realize it’s “not my  brother or my sister, Oh, Lord, it’s me!”  Focus on what He wants to do  in you, not your husband, your boss, your children, your pastor, etc. A great take-away from this message is that “Change will come when we change.” A lot of people know the Word, but they are still bound by demons.  Falling out of agreement with sin will help us to get free. Ask God to help you see yourself as He sees you and to bring to light anything that He does not like.  Then allow Him to deal with it.  We must let things go. When we do this, we are both releasing and positioning ourselves to be the whole person God desires us to be.  This powerful teaching concludes with deliverance prayers and ministry.

Retain means you keep it.  Maintain  means maintenance.  This message brings balance to all that Jesus wants us  to do – not just cast out demons.  Everything can’t be blamed on the  devil, even though we want to because it seems like it’s the easy way out.  Deborah shares 7 keys for believers to apply to everyday life that will  truly help them retain and maintain their deliverance and their walk with  God. She gives practical examples concerning the armor of God from when  she was in the military.  All of her outfitting was measured for her.  Our  armor is made to fit us individually but if we don’t put it on, it does us  no good.  Fear can hinder folks from moving in the Holy Spirit when they  are around a deliverance ministry – “if I do it wrong somebody’s going to  say I’m of the devil”, or “what if they thinks it’s a demon”.  The Holy  Ghost doesn’t fight itself.  The same Spirit that speaks to you in your  prayer closet is speaking to you wherever you are.  Intense emphasis is  shared on the importance of the Word to help us retain and maintain.  If  we apply the 7 principles shared in this message it will ensure that your  house (your life) is filled, after having been cleansed.

Deborah points out that homosexuality is sin but it is only one among many sexual sins. She shares that when we love Jesus, we must be truthful…even when it’s not politically correct…no compromise! One of the ways that we’ve been held in bondage is through the works of the flesh. That in itself is not necessarily demons but it can be an open door for them to enter. Gal 5:19-21 are some examples of the things fleshly. Mt 5:28 says if we look at someone with evil desires, we’ve committed adultery. In God’s eyes we are guilty even though we have not physically done this. Pornography is an example of this. It becomes a stronghold. Galatians 5:16 says if we walk in the Spirit, we’ll not fulfill the lusts of the flesh. We have a choice. 1 Cor. 6:18 says to flee sexual sin for it is sin against our own body. 1 Thess 4:3-5, Col.3:4-5, 1 Peter 2:11, James 1:14,15 are all used to clarify what God is telling us and how to respond. Next Deborah turns to scripture on sexual immorality. 1Cor 5:9-11 talks about who we keep company with. We must have boundaries. 1 Thess.4:3-7, Rom 12:1,2. Then she gives many scriptural reasons why gay and sexual sin is unacceptable before God. Genesis 5:2 says clearly, “Male and female created He them.” Mt 9:4-6, Eph.5:22-33, 6:1-4, and many other references are given. She points out that animals know their gender. After this very thorough teaching, she does deliverance.

19LHCD4-7 – Deborah Vails – FIGHT, WAR AND WIN
The subtitle to this message could be, “A Call to Battle”. This summary is going to mostly be statements Deborah made to educate the listener on the importance of the title of this message. We must fight! We can’t give up. Don’t give in to the uprisings of the enemy. We must learn that we are above and not beneath and the head and not the tail. We must think what the Word of God says, we must say what the Word of God says and we must do what the Word of God says. When you understand that the Word of God is the most powerful weapon you can have, you will be more determined to keep your Sword sharp. As believers we are all called to fight. Even in the fight we are overcomers. No fight is for naught. God will instruct you and see you through to the final outcome. Jericho was defeated because Joshua followed God’s instructions with complete obedience. We must stay “fight ready” because there could be surprise attacks. We have to live right and stay right with God to be an effective warrior. The devil should be afraid of you! Stay humble, no matter how God uses you. Deborah profiles weapons of warfare that we must equip ourselves with every day. It’s time to arise, fight, war and win. When you find yourself in the midst of a fight, seek God and His direction and be quick to obey Him in all that He says. When you obey God you are a WINNER! “Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.” Don’t stop, don’t quit, don’t slow your roll.

Deborah opens in prayer then goes right into her message by making it clear that depression, oppression and mental bondage should have no place in our lives.  She begins in Isaiah 61:1-4.  Jesus says this also in Luke 4. This message is about total restoration. She reminds us that we should not always be looking at events or happenings negatively.  Even death which God does allow, has a positive side.  She gives definitions and examples then takes each situation we may find ourselves in and shows us that the remedy is provided.  This scripture tells us that He is available and able to heal broken hearts, set captives free, give beauty for ashes, as well as joy for mourning and praise for heaviness, explaining as she goes. However, we are also reminded that we must be willing to do our part … receive from God, and be obedient to His instruction … be willing to let go of the past, face your issues, forgive.  There are tests that we must pass and then final exams to see if we are prepared for the next level.  We learn that mental bondages can keep you bound if you continue to be offended.  Forgiveness is vital to get free.  Be willing to be corrected and be self-disciplined.  Watch where you go, what you watch or listen to … your mind records.  She lists 7 ways to pull down ungodly thoughts then lists ways we can build a hedge to protect our mind. Give God a special place and time daily and pay attention to what He says.  Renew your mind, keep heart pure, watch what you speak and what you do. She prayed many scriptures that give us instruction as to how to live in victory.  She then prays deliverance.

19LHCD7-8 – Deborah Vails – THE FIRE OF GOD
The fire of God will help us share Jesus wherever and whenever He provides the opportunity.  We should always be ready to share Jesus.  We need more of Him – the light of His life in us.  The more of God that we have the less territory the enemy has to occupy.  The Lord wants to move in and through us but we have to have an active part.  This message contains seven parts about the fire of God. 1) Sodom and Gomorah – God’s fire brought purification.  It’s a wake up call to how sin really brings devastation in our lives.  2) Abraham’s willingness to offer Issac on the altar of sacrifice – God wants us to be willing to put our “thing” (whatever it is) upon the altar and let Him burn it. 3) God was in the fire with Daniel and the 3 Hebrew men – they were there because they would not bow down to false gods.  There are many false gods in the earth today.  God is very clear when He says we should have no other gods before Him. The remaining four identifiers of the fire of God illustrate additional characteristics of His fire.  One of them relates to prayer. Deborah shares practical principles regarding prayer.  Her prayer is that everyone’s relationship with the Lord will intensify.  God wants us to be transformed – changed! Don’t be conformed to this world. You can’t run in the new … in the old!  He that hath an ear hear what the Spirit is saying.  If you want the light of God to shine through you, do it God’s way. We must spend time in His Word, praise, prayer and repentance – that’s where we are changed.

19LHCD9-8 – Deborah Vails – WEAPONS OF WAR
WOW! The final message of the conference concluded the underlying theme the Holy Spirit brought throughout the weekend – that being the Army of God, warfare and what we need to fulfill the position of our commission. Deborah proceeds to “give the orders from headquarters”! Be ready! Take charge! Keep the mind of Christ. It’s time to “offend the devil”. Be a threat to the enemy’s kingdom – to the point they see you coming and say, “Let’s get out of here, here comes Deborah (or you)!” You can’t war right if your mind is not right. She gives us ten conditions, along with the Scriptures, that our minds must be in. Three examples of the ten are a Stayed mind, set mind, and persuaded mind. After setting us straight on what condition we need our minds to be in, she navigates through twenty-five of the fifty weapons of war that we have been given. (Hopefully, the other twenty-five can be given at another camp meeting).  This is not a typical session on warfare tools. The staples of Ephesians 6 (armor of God), Isaiah 58 (fasting & prayer) and Matthew 16:18-19 (binding & loosing) are included, but this WOW message equips us with weaponry that will protect you when you find yourself deep in enemy territory. Putting these into action can protect you from the ambushments of the adversary. Of course, and most importantly, be strapped and armored with God’s Word. Be willing to fight. You will war but you are a winner when you are fully submitted to the will of God and actually be walking in the proclamation of, “Not my will, Lord, but Thine be done.” The surrender is that place where it’s no longer about you (me) but simply His will and purpose. This message will help you in that process. A Word from the Lord is given at the conclusion and is listed as Sunday Morning under the caption, The Word of the Lord, in the issue of this newsletter.

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