The Kingdom Warriors' Blog

08/31/2015

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 91

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 12:57

Scripture:

Ps. 35:11 (NKJV)
Fierce witnesses rise up; they ask me things that I do not know.

Comment:

Fierce witnesses rise up

The evil spirits accuse us. They can use people to do that, and it’s important we don’t accuse those people, but see what is behind them.

The evil spirits are also attacking us with accusations directly into our minds. It’s very easy to get into condemnation because of accusing thoughts inside of us. Those thoughts are sent from the evil spiritual world!

When the Holy Spirit reveals sin in our lives, we can feel accused. But, the Holy Spirit doesn’t leave us in a state of condemnation. He is our Comforter (the Swedish versions say Helper) and He always shows us a solution.

The evil spirits on the other hand, don’t want to give us God’s solutions to our problems. They want us to live in a permanent state of condemnation.

they ask me things that I do not know

The evil spirits also want us to feel insufficient. We must remember that God loves us the way we are. When that is said, we can also state that God loves us too much to leave us the way we are.

We don’t have to give account for what we don’t know, but for what we do, with what we do know. We don’t know everything, and God doesn’t expect that. He has given us the Holy Spirit, and He will show us things to come (John 16:13) [The Swedish version says, He will lead us into the entire truth].

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