I've never actually heard of a Jewish family being in that situation so I don't know directly. However, one can always pray -- and Orthodox family prays three times a day & puts up mezzuzah with the prayer to God in it, & brings in Shabbat. Maybe after a while the spirits would feel the love & either take it in, heal & move on...or take off. It is a noisy, busy household. Judaism has no belief in devil, so whatever the energy that wouldn't be the assumption. ============ Sadi the NT stories aren't reflecting Jewish concepts, but rather Christian interpretations & misinterpretations of Jewish concepts. Messanics mentioned by someone else - aren't Jews. THAT'S why their views don't match Judaism. They are evagelical Christians masquerading as Jews to steal our identity & force Christanity onto us. ================= Prince The trick is to start reading Issaiah from the beginning of the story, at least chapt 49. It becomes obvious it's talking about Israel as the suffering servant. Than add correction translations of the Hebrew (such as verbs in present tense instead of future) - & it's a prophecy of something happening at the time. Not even that the child born to the already pregnant young maiden (not virgin) is special, just a symbol that all is well. Your the 8th answerer so your comment to the 8the answer I dont' understand. Those "few" changes are the significant ones. For instance, there isn't the word pierce in the Hebrew. The whole sin read is a Christain reading of it. It's not in the context of this question so I won't put out more - but if you ask on YA - there are folks here who can give details. Doesn't mean Christianity is wrong on OT - but that it is mistaken to tell Judaism what we're mistaken on OUR books.