There are many types of prayers. Prayers of thanksgiving, prayers of repentance, prayers of intercession, prayers of forgiveness, broadly speaking. Most of us Christians have no problem engaging in these types of prayers. Yet, many of us neglect or reject altogether another very important type of prayer, these are warfare type prayers. These types of prayers, Christians take their authority in Christ to combat the forces of darkness.
Luke 10:19 “I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you.”
I believe these are specifically targeted against demons, … Read moreTypes of prayers & why I believe warfare prayers are important!
On January 6th, witchcraft sieged the Capitol. On January 20th, it was inaugurated.
The whole earth groans. We have celebrated this evil and embraced it as carnival or “freedom”. Witchcraft, she no longer hides. She comes out blatantly in the movies as “entertainment”, in the video games as “cool” and in the music as “contemporary”. She has crept into the compromising church as “tolerant” and all over the government as “progressive”. To sound “cheesy”: witchcraft has no shame, is no game and is to blame. For as long as we continue to rebel against God, we welcome her, witchcraft. We took … Read moreImpeach Witchcraft
I am telling you the truth. Prayer is one of the most underused activities in the kingdom of God. After we are done reading His Word, we need to pray so that Holy Spirit may apply the Word to our lives. Holy Spirit knows how to properly suit us up that we may be able to shield from and resist the enemy, causing him to flee. Prayerlessness is like going to war without first talking to the army general, God. Don’t let your prayer bowl be empty. Talk to God daily, bind on earth, use your authority in Christ Jesus.
During the 2020 election, I was in some Facebook comments, and I read one person respond to another’s comment “abortion is not on the table”. As if the issue of abortion is not that important.
Actually it is. If it would only click in the minds of Christians that the blood of the innocent is to witchcraft as fuel is to an automobile. And we don’t even want to pray or engage in prolonged and deep prayer as part of our lifestyle or walk that we may counteract the darkness with the power of prayer.
But if it is one thing I … Read moreAbortion is always on the table.
A family pet kitten called Meshach died today. My brother was out washing his car and she followed him out. Because he was there she assumed all was well. She let her guard down and trusted the world. Unfortunately, because the world is not operating according to God’s original plan, she got killed by a neighbor’s dog.
Sometimes, we let our guards down too. We lack the discernment to see that some things are not our friends, and not there to build us up, but to tear us down, steal from us, kill and destroy us. I am guilty of this, … Read moreIt’s Not Normal
A poem about the wonderful Jesus. I hope you enjoy.
God is my rock, my home
In His presence is where I belong
He’s all faithful, my entire hope
He’s my shelter from the storm
My God provides all I need
He sees all and watches over me
My God of great comfort
The God who broke my chains and set me free
When He called me that’s when life begun
Now I live, I live for Him
I am His servant
I pray I won’t leave His will undone
God works for the good of those who love Him
All glory to the eternal King
More praises to Him my heart will … Read moreGod is my [our] home
Simply speaking, prayer is talking to God; having a conversation with God. It involves crying out, petitioning, listening, waiting, praising, worshipping, asking, interceding. Wow, why does it include waiting? Well, it ought to be continuous and God works in His own timing. While we wait, we continue to serve God, we continue to ask Him for deeper intimacy with Him. We might think that we’re all prayed-out; that there’s not much more we can ask for as God already knows and sees all we and the people around us need. Yes, God knows everything, but we should still continue communicating with … Read moreAlways Something to Talk About