The Kingdom Warriors' Blog

07/06/2015

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 75

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 15:40

Scripture:

Ps. 23:5
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies …

Comment:

You are watched by the evil spiritual world.

We need to be aware of the fact that we are constantly being observed by the evil spirits. It is certainly unpleasant to think about evil spirits watching us, but it is absolutely necessary that we are aware of it.

Evil spirits can’t read our thoughts. Because of that they try to interpret our behaviour and most important, they listen to what we say. Hopefully when we become aware of that fact, we will be more careful with what we say and how we act.

We need to realize that all the information we give to the enemy with our words and actions can be used to hurt us. For example, when we express our fear over something that might or could go wrong, we at the same time are giving that information to the evil spiritual world. This can be a signal to the enemy to focus on that fear, especially since he knows it concerns us so much.

There is also another aspect of the matter. When the evil spirits notice that we don’t submit to them, that we are not scared of them, and that we cast them to the abyss as soon as we discover them, it makes them hesitate to attack us. But that hesitation will not come before we have shown to be consistent and persistent during a long time.

 

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