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01/25/2016

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 138

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 15:12

Scripture:

Ps. 56:9
When I cry unto thee, then shall mine enemies turn back …

Comment:

The words ”unto thee” are not included in the original text. What the text actually says is,

When I cry, then shall mine enemies turn back

We need to cry unto God, i.e. seek Him in prayer, and we need to cry against our enemies, the evil spiritual world.

When we confront the enemy it’s very important that we know the evil spirits have to turn back. The power of God is released by your faith and your words.

The evil spiritual world is trying to make you doubt that something happens when you use your authority. Since most of the time the evil spirits are invisible, we may not always see the immediate result when we act against them. Then we need to know that the evil spirits we confront really turn back even when it doesn’t seem so.

Let’s say, as an example, you have just commanded a spirit of fear to leave a person. If you had been able to see in the spiritual realm you would have seen the evil spirit depart, but you would have also seen there was ‘an open door’ in that person, and a new spirit of fear was entering through it. This was not visible with the natural eye. So what will your conclusion be? You will probably think that nothing happened. The next thought might be that spiritual warfare doesn’t work. In reality it worked, but you didn’t see it. In that situation you need to KNOW that the evil spirits HAVE TO turn back when you act against them, in the name of Jesus.

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