The Kingdom Warriors' Blog

04/10/2015

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 51

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 15:22

Scripture:

Ps. 10:13
Wherefore doth the wicked contemn God? he hath said in his heart, Thou wilt not require it.

Comment:

In this scripture the author of the Psalm wonders why the wicked thinks God will not interfere when the poor is attacked. The answer is that the wicked, the evil spiritual world, has not seen the consequences of the authority that has been given to the church.

We must become much more aware that we, the Christians, have an enormous responsibility. Using or not using our authority to stop demonic activity, can make a big difference in the lives of people around us. It could mean:

  • Life or death
  • A life in victory or in defeat
  • Freedom or not, from addiction
  • Health or sickness
    Peace or depression
  • Fear or safety

We also need to remind ourselves how important it is to use our authority against the evil spiritual world when we want people to receive salvation. We cannot just ignore people when they refuse to receive what Jesus has done for them. We need to set them free so they can see “the light of the glorious gospel of Christ”.

During our prayer meetings we used to stretch our hands towards a window in the apartment house across the street. There an unsaved man with alcohol addiction lived. We commanded every hindrance, for him to get saved, to leave him in the name of Jesus. The man got saved and was restored.

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