Stupor is a dulled sensibility.
Torpor is a sluggish indifference.
Rancor is a malicious resentment.
This trio tackled my daughters and me. From their late teens into their marriages... when the three of us gathered together, peace left.
We could love each other from a distance. We could be very happy two-by-two, but all three was a different story.
In a time of prayer and questioning, asking God why we couldn't get along, three words popped into my mind: stupor, torpor and rancor. I'm thinking... WHAT? I wasn't even sure what torpor meant.
We now believe God revealed these demons.
You may think I'm writing gobbledygook. I'm smiling and wouldn't blame you one bit.
But... if you're in a hounded relationship (where bad behaviors are repetitive), ask God who and what may be there with you. Ask Him to name your problem (or demon). Next, ask Him for deliverance*... in the Name of Jesus.
## Gotcha's Demons: Stupor, Torpor & Rancor (Part 40)
* Previous 50-part Devotion Series, Deliverance (Part 1):
P.S. To read the other devotions in this series, please see the Gotcha! series.