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Dealing with a Bond of Iniquity

In this post, some of the material is from the First Edition of my book, Relasing Bonds from the Courts of Heaven, plus additional revelation just received from Heaven.

Heaven informed us that a Bond of Iniquity[1] was a lesser bond than the others. It increases the likelihood of one’s life being diverted. It often attaches through the mouth (via words spoken) or through sorcery or witchcraft. It brings hardship to many people–their descendants and their lives. It is used to harm a life and can be established in a ritual. Usually, in the ritual, death (in some fashion) is involved.

Our tutor explained that we were correct in thinking that it forms a bond which is like a band that keeps one from their given ability. It keeps them back from what they are called to do. The enemy uses it quite often–more than we think.

For many, the Bond of Iniquity is a precipice. The term precipice is to describe a situation that is on the brink of a significant change or potential disaster. It refers to a critical point where a decision or action could lead to a dramatic or potentially irreversible outcome. The usage conveys a sense of urgency and the need for careful consideration before taking any action. This is what a Bond of Iniquity is. It is a precipice.

How so? You may wonder. What if you were on the edge of a cliff and suddenly someone pushed you off. Would that have been iniquitous behavior? Yes it would.

Many people stand on the edge of disaster, and they have a decision to make.

Why do so many plunge down a steep cliff of disaster purposely? Is it because they do not know the danger? No! They know and they are predisposed to do so.

Many have iniquitous patterns in their bloodline that predispose them to certain behaviors. The earmark of an iniquity is that one has performed a certain sinful behavior for so long that it no longer is sin to them. They are no longer convicted of their behavior.

Another reason that people take the plunge down the steep cliff of iniquity is their arrogance. Arrogance is when someone thinks they are better, smarter, or more important than others. It is like they believe they know everything and do not need to listen to anyone else. Arrogant people often act like they are too good to learn from others or consider different points of view. Being confident is good, but arrogance goes beyond that and can make it hard for people to get along with or work with that person. It is important to be humble and treat everyone with respect, no matter how much you know or how good you are at something. Many are tied to iniquitous behavior, but many leap.

If you were standing at the bottom of a waterfall and you jumped in the water, would it be as dangerous as if you had jumped from the top of the waterfall. It likely would not, however, it would still have danger to it. If you were to begin to jump regularly into the pool of water at the bottom of the waterfall and no harm came to you, you would begin to think that there is no harm in that behavior. You become confident and from that confidence many become arrogant thinking they cannot experience harm by their actions, but even the smallest iniquities are dangerous.


Many times, we are tethered to iniquity. There are some that are predisposed to more bonds of iniquity than others based on the generational line, but all is not lost. If we were to jump in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall, would we prefer to jump from a dark place or a lighted place? Of course, we would prefer the lighted place. Is there a choice in arrogance? Yes, there is.

If a Bond of Iniquity comes from the generational line and there was arrogance to not believing you could be hurt by your actions, the person does not know.

How do we know to get to this point of repentance and forgiveness? Realize the destruction at the end of it. Arrogance comes down the family line. It is an important note that confidence and self-assuredness are positive traits, and they are distinct from arrogance. Confidence is grounded in a realistic assessment of one's abilities and accomplishments. While arrogance involves an inflated sense of self-worth that is often not supported by evidence. We must cultivate humility, empathy, and a willingness to learn from others.

In this is a lack of humility and a tendency to believe that people are superior to others, they often do not believe that there is a consequence at the end of their behavior. Iniquitous behavior cultivates over time. It cultivates more arrogance and less humility. When you forgive, be sure to forgive your generations for their arrogance? Sin is arrogant. It is an arrogance.

If someone had a Bond of Iniquity on them and they passed away, what happens to that Bond of Iniquity? Although a person has died, the Bond of Iniquity is tethered to their generations. For example, if one of your parents died, the tether that the Bond of Iniquity contains, is connected to the next generation and the next. All are impacted in some way and hell goes into overtime trying to reinsert the Bond of Iniquity into that generational line in order to divert that family line from their destiny. As we request the Writ of Severance for our generations from the Bond of Iniquity, we are undoing the done. As you request the Writ of Severance, request the severing of every tether that exists in your generational line.

However, we must realize that tethers can be attached any of our realms – spirit, soul, or body. Genetically we know we can have disease and so forth come down the generational line because of iniquity. We can also have behaviors that come down the generational line because of iniquity. We have genetics and we have ego.

In Acts 8:23, it speaks of the man who had to Bond of Iniquity and the gall of bitterness.

The Remedy Translation[2] reads like this:

Acts 8:23

I can see your heart is consumed with fear, insecurity and self-centeredness, filling you with jealousy, envy and resentment of anyone or anything that takes attention away from you.

Could this be a root of narcissism? Are the Bond of Iniquity and the gall of bitterness usually tied together or does the gall of bitterness open the door for a Bond of Iniquity?

Concerning the gall of bitterness, what would be the root? Is the gall of bitterness the door opener for the Bond of Iniquity to be placed on someone’s life?

The phrase "the gall of bitterness" comes from the Bible, specifically from the book of Acts in the New Testament. In Acts 8:23, it's used to describe a state of wickedness or a negative attitude. The word "gall" refers to something very bitter or poisonous, and when combined with "bitterness," it emphasizes a deeply negative and harmful state of mind or behavior.

Metaphorically, "the gall of bitterness" refers to harboring and holding onto strong negative emotions like anger, resentment, and hostility. It suggests a poisonous and unforgiving attitude that can affect both the person holding onto these emotions and the people around them. The phrase is often used to caution against allowing negative feelings to fester and harm one's well-being and relationships.

Where does bitterness lie? That is the key. Does it lie in the heart (spirit) or in the soul?

In Ephesians 4:31, it says:

Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as Christ forgive you.

Hebrews 12:15 says,

See to it that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many.

James 3:14-15:

But if you harbor bitter envy and selfish ambition in your hearts, do not boast about it. Such wisdom does not come down from heaven, but is earthly, unspiritual, and demonic.

Remember who the father of lies is – Satan. Who is the most bitter? Satan, of course.

We must remove the bitter root. However, the bitter root can be passed down, or it can also begin in a family line by unforgiveness and strong, negative emotions, resentment, or hostility. It poisons us and it tethers us.

How do we remove the bitter root? You have to plunge in deep and get to the absolute root. That is why working and aligning our realms is so important. We can deal with the very root level issues by working with each of our realms. We can remove the root. We can bring healing to our body and soul and we can bring wholeness to all of our realms.

We are to repent for the arrogance first and foremost and for the bitterness for and allowing it to rule and govern and for being tethered to arrogance and these other things. We must face these demons to remove them. We must not keep these things in our hearts. If it is generational, then remember that bitterness begets bitterness, arrogance begets arrogance, and so on. By doing generational work we are stopping the madness. We are stopping the continuing momentum of this as we face the demons.

The Prayer

Your Honor, I bring all my generations in here and I repent for the arrogance of believing we could stand on the precipice of our lives and take dangerous plunges of iniquity and not be above being reprimanded or not repenting on behalf of the deep bitterness against God in the generations.

These deep bitter roots stem from the father of lies. We repent for partnering with a father of lies.

We recognize that this comes from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. The root of bitterness is in the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.

We repent for being bitter against God and then believing lies and having them take up root and be passed down from generation to generation.

We will repent for the arrogance and the tethering family to family and generation to generation. We kept these things in our heart and our soul. I am asking to face these demons and I say as a governing son, as I have offered up this repentance on behalf of my generations and myself, whereby we have allowed, or partnered with the father of lies in agreeing with the root of bitterness and it has created the Bond of Iniquity in my family line, I repent. I ask for the blood of Jesus to cover these sins. I forgive, bless, and release my generations. I face you demons and I say, you are bound in the name of Jesus, and you no longer can work.

I would like for an angel to come and to dig up this root of bitterness that has been in my generations and to cut with the axe, laid to the root, the axe of forgiveness.

May it untether me and my generations from this tree in Jesus' name. I ask for this to be done in time and out of time in every age, realm, and dimension, all the way back to the hand of the Father. I ask this for every person on both sides of my generations for the gall of bitterness that we drank. I bind that from our generational line as well. We no longer drink from the gall of bitterness. I ask this to be as if it never were, and to go back through me, my children, my family's generation for that poison to be extracted from us in Jesus' name, every bit of spiritual debris, essence, and residue left behind in all these places. Let living water flow instead and for the junk to be replaced with humility, love, and forgiveness. For the junk to be replaced with confidence and a self-assuredness with Christ Jesus. And to also have empathy and a willingness to learn, to replace all those other things in Jesus’ name.

And Father, where we have used them, the Bond of Iniquity, the arrogance, and the root of bitterness to cause dishonor and harm to others. I forgive, bless, and release my generations. I said you would forgive me and the generations after me ask for the blood of Jesus. I forgiveness and release them in Jesus’ name. And I ask for your righteous verdict and for the spirit of understanding wisdom and knowledge in this, in Jesus’ name.

Recognizing the Bond of Iniquity

When we queried how an ungodly bond could be recognized, Mark explained we could usually see it due to the cycles seen in one's life. When you see cycles of harm, destitution, nakedness, and where we see those who are poor in spirit or not awakened.

We asked, “Is there a registry for these things?”

The response, “It is registered in the court of hell. Demon entities keep track of it.”

We then inquired, “Do the Courts of Heaven have a registry for this?”

“Yes,” Mark affirmed. “It is in the Office of Registry (a subset of the Court of Records).” In that office is a Register of Bonds of Iniquity. We were told to look in the person’s folder in the Court of Records for ungodly bonds that have been enacted.

We were informed that some of these records were also kept in the Court of Times and Seasons.

How is this tied to Times and Seasons?

Mark elaborated that when an ungodly bond is inserted into someone’s life or the life of a city or entities like churches, it is entered into the records in Times and Seasons and the Court of Records. Times and Seasons have more than just personal clocks, they also have clocks for cities, nations, entities, ministries, and churches, etc. Heaven has a record of every bond ever issued. If you need a reminder of what bonds you have issued, Heaven has a record. You can access these records and get a copy of what you have requested.

The Registry of Bonds is kept because these acts represent some sort of illegal package from the realm of darkness to a created being that Yahweh made. In the same place where we go to find a list of intruders, we can also find a Registry of Bonds of Iniquity.

Breaking a Bond of Iniquity

When a Bond of Iniquity is broken, demons immediately go to work trying to insert the bond back into the generational line—with increased activity toward the generation alive on the earth at that time. Thus, the need for protection, not only for the one who was set free but also for those who would be susceptible to a Bond of Iniquity. They need the protection of the armor of light, angelic activity, and agreement from other saints that the Blood of Jesus is a security.

We asked if they could fill in the gaps on what we need to know about bonds. We were told that bonds are beautiful, free things that Heaven wants us to utilize more because it affects things swiftly and because of the ease at which help can come.

Bonds are beautiful, free things that Heaven wants us to utilize more because it affects things swiftly and because of the ease at which help can come.

“Does a Godly bond have an expiration date?” we asked.

“No, not unless you ask for one when requesting the bond or enter the court to ask for one.”

Individual or Group?

“Is it better to request a bond individually or as a group? Which is better?” we asked as we dug deeper.

“It is better to ask individually unless the persons have agreed to be a group,” Mark informed us. “Citizens of a city have become a group due to their location and choosing to live in that city. Thus, the bond could be for everyone in the city. You would be doing it for the group called the city. Likewise, a group like a church, ecclesia, or gathering of saints.”

We were given the example of a gathering of saints in a stadium. All those who agreed to be on the property at that time consisted of a group that could request a bond on behalf of the city, the region, or the event in the stadium. We could also ask for bonds for the saved and the unsaved. Asking for a bond for the unsaved has been rarely used and is little known. Heaven desires that we use bonds for the unsaved.

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[1] “For I perceive that thou art in the gall of bitterness, and in the Bond of Iniquity.” Acts 8:23 (KJV) [2]Courtesy of and permission granted by Come And Reason Ministries, © 2017, all rights reserved.”

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