Oh wow! I’m so sorry about the situation, but thank God he’s gained the first level of freedom. That’s right! That freedom he got is only physical, he still needs to be free both spiritually and psychologically. The reason why he’s currently inactive and lives an isolated life is because his psychology has been affected.
When I say his psychology has been affected, I simply mean the mental, emotional, and behavioral characteristics that make up his lifestyle has been altered. If you say you’ve taken him everywhere, then you probably mean that you’ve tried to apply a psychological approach to solving the problem.
Meanwhile, we mustn’t be ignorant of spiritual things. Just because a person has been cleansed from a demonic habit does not mean that the demon cannot come back. We understand from scriptures that when a demon is cast out of a person, it would keep wondering about in search of another home. And if it discovers that the place it was previously cast out from is empty, it would go for re-enforcement and possess that body with even greater demons, such that the new state of the person will be worse than the former.
So yes, your son may be free, but he’s clearly empty. And being empty is a risk in the realm of the spirit.
To fix this and get him free indeed, then he needs to do these two things:
1. Repent and rededicate his life to Christ
This is to ensure that his spirit man is renewed and active. We understand from scriptures that if any man be in Christ, he’s a new creature, old things are past away and all things become new.
With a renewed spirit, he’d have better chances of fighting his way through to recovery. You’d recall that after God created man, He breathe into man for man to become a living soul. That’s what happens at salvation, God’s Spirit is released upon ours and we begin to walk in the newness of life.
2. Meditate on the word of God
One of the things I’ve discovered about God’s word is that it has capacity to run both preventive and corrective maintenance on an individual. According to 2 Tim 3:16, the word of God is our life’s maintenance tool.
Some years back, I was diagnosed with brain tumor. I had headaches everyday, and I couldn’t stay in environments that were too illuminated. They recommended medications for me, which I refused to use. Surprisingly, the more I studied the word of God, the healthier I became.
A friend once told me how he escaped the plague of insanity. During his ordeal, he couldn’t identify anyone nor read anything. But surprisingly, he could read a copy of my book. He even read the words aloud such that everyone that were in his ward with him could hear. When he finally recovered, he told me that my book was what hastened his recovery. He further said he could feel the words correcting his mind. That’s right! God’s word can correct whatever isn’t correct about our life.
So, give him books to read, especially books that reveal his rights in Christ. I’ve authored over sixty books already, they’d help him a great deal.
As I conclude, if you’re reading this, then I encourage you to develop an habit of studying and meditating on God’s word daily. It can help prevent and correct issues around your life.
I hope this has brought enlightenment to someone.
Remain ever blessed, in Jesus precious name!