We are told in God’s Word that evil desires war against our soul. One of my biggest obstacles was the desire for optimal health and wellness. Born into a sick body, suffering reaching it’s pinnacle in me to the point of wanting to die. However in the gospel there is no promise of ease or perfection of flesh.
I read the Bible and prayed and prayed until I came to find relief, and the relief is from the supernatural. God changed my mind and how I see.
I take this life I am given serious, not for me to gain favor from you but to save you, for HIs glory, not mine. I realize I may receive scorn but if one person is helped then so be it. I state again, you hatred for me does not move me, nor does praise.
First of all Hebrews 11:6 says to bring faith to God, you must believe He exists and will save you, clean this mess up in your life.
Over and over we are told to pray against this darkness, be devoted, watchful and thankful. If you do not understand the darkness, ask. Jesus is God in flesh, is our Mediator and is Omniscient, encompasses all things. Is Omnipresent, is everywhere. He is Omnipotent, all powerful, nothing too difficult. Jesus has been sending demons back to the pit from the beginning.
In Him we can discern and defeat because Colossians 2:15 says He stripped the demonic realm of it’s powers, He triumphed over it all on the cross, Amen.
In Luke 19:10 Jesus made it clear what He came for, to seek and save what is lost. If you are feeling lost today that is you.
Getup and take charge of your soul and do not allow this to dominate you anymore.
In Acts 8 Phillip is in Samaria in the Spirit and he did miraculous things. It says with shrieks, evil spirits came out of many, and paralytics and cripples were healed. Infirmity is the work of the fallen nature, the sarx in us.
In todays world many of us seek wrong. We are told to not complain and not to argue, to not be anxious and worry. The mortal help I sought seemed to heighten my fear for it divided my faith. This is all the work of the enemy. 1 John 3:8 says that Jesus came to destroy the devils work, why do we allow it to rest on us in dividing us?
I will close with Titus 2:11-13, 14-15 God’s Grace teaches us to say not to worldly passions and live self controlled lives, while we wait on hope. Teach to encourage and rebuke with all authority.
People have survived for centuries on faith alone in the most challenging situations. I know what we face, but I know my Lord, I am confident in what I say. Jesus wants out faith to be pure, you can trust Him to heal your broken heart and soul and in that your body will cease to be loud. Yes you may continue to struggle, I do, and this we are told to do as good soldiers. Peter told us those who suffer according to God’s will should commit themselves to their faithful Creator and continue to do good. Can you come up out of your self pity to serve others? Each of us is called to discipleship but perhaps your condition is in your way, Let me challenge you. If you want to change the world for God go home and love your family. As a wife and mother, a leader and lover and teacher, I know I must rise early and meet with Abba and ask God to work with me so that I can work with them. Sometimes they are the hardest to love, but He governs as I seek a pure and reverent life as the Word says. Ladies we are not victims, Jesus loves you. Men have failed and will continue to fail but we are overcomes, we will be served well if we simply obey and do what is right, and do not give in to fear. Daughters of Sarah.
And the God of Grace who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will Himself restore you and make your strong, firm and steadfast. Clothe yourself in humility this day and evermore for God opposes the proud but He gives grace to the Humble. Selah~ He is my peace
I am not here to confrom to anything. Awake. Alive. Redeemed. Speaking Truth.
If I shatter your little illusion, bummer. Life is tough, get a helmet.
The act of conforming is: to act in accordance or harmony; comply; to act in accord with the prevailing standards, attitudes, practices, etc., of society or a group: to be or become similar in form, nature, or character.