North Carolina Preacher Claims Bottle of Air Freshener Can Chase Demons Away

David Dixon, senior pastor of Kingdom City Life Empowerment Church in North Carolina defends using Renuzit Super Odor Killer Pure Breeze Fine Mist Air Freshener to chase spirits away. | Screenshot: Facebook; Walmart

A North Carolina preacher and musician is claiming that an air freshener can chase away unwanted spirits after he was mocked online for spritzing it during a fiery worship service.

“No, I was not spraying Clorox, no I wasn’t spraying oil, no I wasn’t spraying water, no it wasn’t in a Windex bottle. It was a very expensive brand of odor protection eater and I will show you the bottle,” David Dixon, senior pastor of Kingdom City Life Empowerment Church, said in a Facebook Live video before introducing the Renuzit Super Odor Killer Pure Breeze Fine Mist Air Freshener, which retails for $4.

The spritzing of the demon chasing odor killer was first highlighted by the Larry Reid Live show after it went viral.

Dixon chose to respond to his critics on Saturday.

“This is the bottle that I was spraying. This is the odor spray that was being sprayed to get the spirits out. What was in this bottle is what was bought that came in this bottle. The odor spray. It does not say anything about Windex. There is no Windex, this is the spray that I had in my hands spraying as you can see I’m spraying now,” he said, demonstrating with more spritzing of the product.

“Those of you who do not know anything about deliverance then you should go to a church that deals with deliverance all the time and you will find out what deliverance really is,” he argued.

Dixon explained that while he was also trying to use the spray to fight odors coming from “many things such as armpits, breath, all of that,” the main reason for using it was to combat the “aroma” of deliverance.

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Source: Christian Post