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12/05/2014

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 35

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 14:00

Scripture:

Ps. 7:11
God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day.

Comment:

God is angry – with the evil spirits.

Many experience God as the rigorous judge, and consequently they are afraid of His anger. And it is true that God doesn’t accept sin. But we need to realize that at the same time as he hates sin, he loves the sinner. God’s aim is not to judge, but to restore. When He pronounces judgment, He wants to set you free!

When we read in Ps 7:11 that God is angry every day, we need to understand that His anger is towards His enemies. Eph 6:12 says that the enemies are not people but the evil spiritual world.

When we get angry it is often a matter of emotions, and if we act in anger most likely it will turn out to be something destructive. But when God is angry it is something constructive. God never makes anything evil.

God wants to release His constructive anger through the congregation. That anger is directed towards the evil spiritual world, and it is not a matter of emotion, but of rendering harmless the enemy. In order to make His anger work towards the evil spiritual world, we need to make ourselves available to Him. We shall release His power by commanding the evil spirits to leave people and places. At the same time He has urged us not to get angry with each other!

 

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