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Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 19

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 13:12


Ps. 4:2
… thou hast enlarged me when I was in distress …


Many times depression is due to attacks from the evil spiritual world.

Most of the time when evil spirits attack your mind, they are invisible. Should they appear visibly, we would know what was going on, so they have a tremendous advantage from making us believe that we are the problem.

The evil spirits can attack body and soul, but the main target is our mind.

How do they attack our minds? It can be done in several ways; here we will look at one of them.

The enemy can attack by sending ‘thought darts’ against your mind. Suddenly the thought is there, and you think it is your own thought. It might be thoughts like “I don’t want to live”, “no one cares about me” or “I am worthless”. It is very easy to receive such thoughts, but we must realize that they are lies from the enemy. The truth is that Jesus lives in you, that God loves you and cares for you, and “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Phil 4:13).

If we receive the thought darts of the enemy he will attack further. If you give him a finger he will take your hand. He is never satisfied. He is out to take everything. We need to resist him, for instance, by revealing his lies and continuing to confess and meditate on the truth (the Word of God).

In the next part we will look at some more ways the enemy can attack your mind.


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