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Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 104

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 14:30


Ps. 38:12 (ESV)
… those who seek my hurt speak of ruin …


The enemy tries to lead us into ruin by speaking to us.

We must understand that the enemy uses people, as tools to speak through. He may speak through parents, friends, relatives, teachers, fellow workers, employers, husbands / wives, children or even through strangers.

When something wrong has been spoken over, about, or to us, the tool that has been used by the evil spirits is seldom aware of the real purpose. That purpose is to get us into ‘ruin’.

The enemy also has tools / people who are very much aware of what is going on. Satanists and others are releasing curses over Christians, especially over pastors and churches. The purpose is to make pastors fall into sin and / or give up, and to make an end of living churches.

The most common way the enemy talks to us is through our minds. We receive ‘a thought’ or ‘a feeling’ and we can easily receive it as our own, thought or feeling. We need the help of the Holy Spirit to discern between spirits, i.e. reveal where the thoughts and feelings come from.

Unfortunately we can even work to ruin ourselves. That happens when we speak out the thoughts and feelings that have been sown into us by the enemy. We think we need to ‘speak out’ and that words are of no importance, but we need to realize how destructive those words might be.

Regardless of how the negative word was spoken, we need to break its power. But we should not be obsessed and panic stricken about words that might have been spoken and how to break their power. The important thing is that we act when the Holy Spirit tells us to.

We may use this prayer: ”We break the power of every evil word, thought and action that has been spoken or used to destroy (us, our family, our church, a certain person etc.). We break the power of everything that has not been inspired by the Holy Spirit, in the name of Jesus!

Let’s also avoid becoming tools for the enemy ourselves. It’s so easy to criticize and speak negatively about those who have treated us wrongly, but Jesus said: “Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not” (Rom. 12:14).



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