One of the several lessons of the book had to do with an occasion in which the Lord Jesus was teaching him about demons and deliverance. A demon spirit suddenly came into their presence and began to make a disturbing noise and also released a smokescreen between both of them to hinder Kenneth Hagin from hearing Jesus and from seeing him. After waiting for Jesus to deal with the devil for a while and he did not, Hagin went ahead to rebuke that devil and commanded it to leave their presence at once and the devil did. He was amazed in his thoughts that the Lord did not cast the devil out of their presence. The Lord knowing his thoughts, went ahead to school him about how He could not do anything about the devil. Brother Hagin of course challenged the statement as I am sure you and I would, given the same circumstance. The Lord went ahead to explain from the Bible as demanded by Kenneth Hagin how He had ‘delegated’ the authority given to Him on earth to the church (Luke 10:19, Mark 17:17, Matthew 28:18).