The Kingdom of God has come near to you. Luke 10:9

Category: Warfare prayer

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The Armour of God in Spiritual Warfare

The enemy we battle is not flesh and blood but rather the evil Spirit presently at work in the sons of disobedience. The demonic Spirit of wickedness operates among the sons of disobedience, and the spiritual forces of evil will utilize unsaved and blinded people to carry out their terrible objectives. The Holy Spirit of God, who operates in Christians, is the sole means by which we can overcome the spiritual foe who wants to undermine our trust in Christ Jesus. We must combat the enemy with the spiritual tools He has given us, such as prayer and the Bible,

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What Does Victory Look Like in Spiritual Warfare?

Ephesians 6:12-13 We frequently overlook that Jesus Christ already won our victory over evil. We are led to feel we must fight for victory by the enemy and our own wants. The untruth claims that we were never successful in the first place. The adversary was vanquished when Jesus went to the cross and died for us. Even Jesus Himself gave us power over the foe. “Look, I have given you the authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and over all the power of the enemy; nothing will ever harm you. However, don’t rejoice that the spirits submit to

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Fighting Spiritual Battles the Jesus Way

Ephesians 6: 12-13 Jesus experienced various types of spiritual warfare throughout His time on Earth. Throughout His 40 days in the desert, He was put to test by the devil (Luke 4:1–13). People who did not like what He was saying provoked Him, accused Him unjustly and verbally attacked him. Furthermore, it’s critical to remember that because Jesus was a man fully human, He experienced all the temptations that any other man would encounter. But He was victorious in all of His spiritual conflicts. His terrifying conviction and crucifixion, which appeared to be a crushing defeat, were ultimately His greatest

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Ephesians 6:12-13 Introduction: We are fighting a battle far bigger than we may think as we travel the path of faith. While it may appear that the world revolves around the physical world and the difficulties we have with our flesh and blood, there is a spiritual reality that significantly impacts our life. Paul’s words in Ephesians 6:12–13 reveal the invisible warfare in the spiritual world and act as a heavenly revelation. Every believer must understand the nature of this battle and arm themselves appropriately. Let us study how to engage in spiritual warfare as we embark on this journey,

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How to Develop a Consistent Prayer Life

Introduction: Praying in Alignment with God’s Will  A consistent prayer life is crucial for every Christian seeking to deepen their relationship with God. Prayer is not only a means of expressing our desires and needs, but also an avenue to align our hearts with God’s will. By understanding how to develop a consistent prayer life and pray according to God’s will, we can experience spiritual growth and see His plans unfold in our lives. Conclusion Developing a consistent prayer life that aligns with the will of God requires intentional effort and a heart that seeks after Him. As we surrender

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The Kingdom of God Suffereth Violence….

“And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.” Matthew 11:12 KJV “From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been subjected to violence, and violent people have been raiding it.” Matthew 11:12 NIV “For a long time now people have tried to force themselves into God’s kingdom.” Matthew 11:12 MSG Just a few Bible translations from the numerous translations we have been blessed with. The subject being Matthew 11:12, we make a little exegesis on the topic. Believers have

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Praying and standing strong during spiritual warfare

It is not new that some Christians do ask why we have to pray since we are children of God and covered by His protection. Truly we are children of God once we have accepted Jesus as our Lord and Saviour. It is also true that the Lord promised to protect us, but you have to know as a child of God that the world and earth which we live in is a battleground. It is a place of intense spiritual warfare. The wars in the spirit are more real than the beauties available here on earth. And therefore, we

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