Deliverance in the setting of the Courts of Heaven
God is not only the Father who loves us but also the Judge who gives us justice. For our deliverance, we can go to the heavenly Judge. He wants to acquit us because His Son made the sacrifice for this on the cross. The accuser tries to block us in our destiny, where a lot of energy is lost in a spiritual battle.
But we can clean up the demonic blockages in our lives with our heavenly Judge. We are accused of our sins or those of our ancestors. When we confess these sins, we give the heavenly Judge the legal right to acquit ourselves and to condemn the demons. The process of deliverance in the Courts of Heaven is clearly and easily documented in this book. Marie-Thérèse Van takes us through the entire process and with this book she has created a valuable and practical tool for deliverance. We learn to go for deliverance before the throne of God as heavenly Judge ourselves.
This book has a great understanding of how to functionally obtain what Jesus has already paid for us to have. In “Acquittal” we learn how to come before the Courts of Heaven and secure through the Blood of Jesus that which is rightfully ours. Any claims the devil is making to seek to hinder this, we learn how to remove and revoke. This book is a great help in learning to function in the spiritual dimension called the Heavenly Courts.
Marie-Thérèse Van studied German linguistics at the University of Amsterdam. After years of working in various positions, including management, she joined the ministry full-time at the end of 2008. She has been active in deliverance for more than 15 years and is currently leading a national deliverance ministry at the Living In Your Destiny Foundation. Based on her practical experiences she gives training in the field of deliverance, insight into the spiritual world and praying in the Courts of Heaven. She has been one of the speakers at a few conferences by Robert Henderson. Marie-Thérèse and her husband Meindert are the Operational Leaders of the European Hub of Robert Henderson’s Global Prayer and Empowerment Center (GPEC).