Resisting the devil doesn't always have to be so difficult. Kyle Winkler uncovers a simple, but oh-so-effective spiritual warfare strategy that might surprise you.
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Submit to God and keep repeating these things in faith. See how far the enemy runs from you.
We are in a season of great restoration. And when God restores, He does not do anything halfway.
This doesn't mean you'll live perfectly. But when you believe these truths and confess them, your actions will begin to catch up.
The enemy is terrified of your divine potential, and he will fight hard to bind you up in certain areas of your life.
These lies from the enemy have split churches, destroyed businesses and torn families apart.
If you don't get rid of it, it can cause quite a bit of damage.
Don't believe he is after you just for the fun of it.
It can also open the eyes of non-believers to the kingdom.
The good news is that, wherever you are, there is hope for God to breathe change if you are open to it.
The Bible assures that "anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person."
You will not win a spiritual battle without using it.
Before the soldier can win any battle, he must decide to show up for the fight.
Deliverance ministry doesn't have to be marked by dramatics. Get equipped to fulfill Christ's Mark 16:17 promise.
Take a lesson from the Bible when Jesus delivered a young boy from demonic grip.
America is on the wrong path, but Rev. James Robison says believers who humble themselves before the Lord can bring God's glory and blessings back to our nation.
When Steven Bancarz traded his New Age propaganda for a full gospel message, his newfound faith cost him his job, house, income and reputation among fans of his popular mystic website—but he says it has all been worth it.
God wants to mend these deep hurts within you, but it takes effort on your part, too.
Jesus didn't worry about them. Neither should you.
The enemy might have weapons aimed at you. But Kyle Winkler shows you how to immediately sever their power and deactivate their plans.