Apostle and Florida House Representative Kimberly Daniels began her speech at the Charisma Conference 2018 with a boisterous rap about casting out the devil and stomping him on the head. The rap set the tone for a speech full of supernatural pronouncements and prophecy.
Daniels began the supernatural rap after handing out CDs of her music, including an album titled "Demon Busting Praise." After she finished rapping, she contextualized her performance by saying she was doing what the men in Mark 2:1-12 did.
"Let me get this straight out, since there's some folk looking at me like we ain't supposed to be tearing the roof off this thing in the church, let me put the Word to it," Daniels said. "They were taking the paraplegic man up to the house. They had four men carrying him. This is what I believe: I believe one man on the left was singing, 'Stomp that devil on the head. Stomp that devil on the head.' And then there was another man saying 'Hey, ho, devil you've got to go. Hey, ho, devil you've got to go.' And then there was another saying, 'Oops upside your head, devil, oops upside your head. Oops upside your head, devil, oops upside your head.' And when they got there, the Bible says there was a crowd around the door and they could not get in. There was one man, his song was a little different than the rest, his song was 'Tear the roof off this sucker.'"
Waging war against demons was a strong theme of the speech. Daniels recently published the book Breaking the Power of Familiar Spirits through Charisma House.
"Fasting kills familiar spirits because it kills the flesh," Daniels said.
Daniels later referred to "a demon in the body of a person" who commented on her Facebook status, accusing her of voodoo, and she bound the devil in Jesus' name by blocking the user. She also challenged devils on Facebook to go viral and try to stop her.
"They're going to erase this off the internet," Daniels said, holding up a copy of her new book. "That's why y'all gotta buy a book, because they editing everything."
Her speech was not only focused on demons. Daniels also said she has met many witches. She said she's "always getting sacrifices and all sorts of stuff" laid on her porch, so she covers her driveway and parking lot in anointing oil.
"Listen, I love witches," she said. "I'm not down on witches. I just want you to be saved. Let me tell you. You know how many witches I talk to, literally, that tell me, 'Yeah I'm a witch.' They tell me what they do. But they're deceived."
Daniels claimed Cassadaga, Florida—an unincorporated community known as the "Psychic Capital of the World"—was plunged into darkness in the week leading up to the Charisma Conference. Daniels says it's no longer dark because her intercessory team prayed it away.
"I know we got some Cassadaga witches up in here, and you know what, we already beat you down," Daniels said. "... I came through Cassadaga, and I'm telling you it was 3:00 in the daytime and it was black, so I picked up the phone and I said, 'You praying?' ... Everybody [the drivers] had their blinkers [on]. You couldn't see. ... I called the intercessors; they prayed for two or three minutes, and the sun broke through."
Daniels also credited prophetic prayer for the three years Florida went without hurricanes. She said she went to Daytona Beach with Charisma Media CFO Joy Strang, and they extended their arms in prayer to protect the state. Strang was later invited onstage with her husband, Steve (Charisma's founder and CEO), and Marcos Perez, executive vice president of Charisma Media's Book Group, among others. Multiple people were 'slain in the spirit' onstage.
Daniels recounted other miracles during her speech, including two stories about friends who were miraculously healed of cancer. Her first friend, "Mother Scruggs," was healed from stage 3 cancer one month ago. Daniels said her second friend was so sick with cancer that she couldn't be touched.
"Now I went to see one of my friends and she had cancer, and I wasn't ready for what I saw," Daniels said. "Because I've never been that close to somebody with cancer like that. She wanted to tell me every step of every treatment I had, and she didn't know I was about to cry. I'm strong in God and a demon buster [but] ... something said to me, she ain't going to make it."
She left an audio CD of Scripture reading on loop with her sick friend. On her way to the Charisma Conference, Daniels says her friend called her and said, "I just left the doctor and ... here were the words of the doctor: 'It disappeared.'"
Daniels said a Zadok anointing is being released upon the church, saying "they taught the people the difference between what was holy and what was common."
She added later, "The anointing is coming on the congregation. Thank God for the pastors, but we are tired. I am serious. The purpose of fivefold ministries is for the equipping of the saints. Impartation. Activation. Listen, we need to raise up baby demon busters and teenage demon busters. We sure need demon busters on college campuses."
During the speech, she also explained why she doesn't like to be known as a "Christian diva" and said these are the "best times" the church has ever had, because God's grace is rising in proportion to the rising evil. She also decried the "spirit of Ouroboros," an ancient symbol of a snake eating its own tail.
"I came to Orlando to tell you we break the power of every snake that would eat its own tail," Daniels said. "We bind the spirit of Ouroboros."
She also decried political and denominational boundaries that have limited the body of Christ.
"Doesn't matter if you a Democrat or a Republican," Daniels said. "That stuff is killing the church right now. You got some folk that think some democrats... I'm a Democrat. I'm sanctified, whether you believe it or not. ... Don't let organizations shut us down. We're not an organization. We're a living organism. And I prophesy, I decree and declare, that if you're under the sound of my voice, you would rise up to the occasion. You would understand that the heavens are open, and we've got to get to the spot where the glory is coming out. We've got to cross the denominational lines."
She then called out complementarian Christians as under the deception of a "familiar spirit."
"Cross them gender lines," Daniels said. "There's some men who don't believe in women preachers. You need to invite me to your church. You will have a shift. I bind that familiar spirit."
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