It was bloody. It was excruciatingly painful. And it was a miracle. This Easter, take some time to consider how Christ died for you.
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We can appropriate freedom and wholeness to live free of the pain of the enemy's attacks—if we go to the right place.
Use these kingdom-minded tools to combat the enemy's attacks.
Beloved, your praise is a weapon, and you will come out of the rubble smokeless and a victor!
"Someone has to say, 'You know what? You can build on the ashes of yesterday's ruins and let God use you in such a profound way.'"
It comes down to what you are going to do with the information you receive.
Some people make the argument that we must pray and ask the Lord to rebuke or stop the devil from harming us, but that is not what Scripture states.
The saying that the battle is in the mind couldn't be truer.
Before He stepped in, Pastor John Hammer nearly ended his ministry before it even began.
We must know we have a divine purpose.
There's something every believer must know: The victory is ours.
That power can be directed to bring about either a positive or a negative outcome, so choose your words carefully.
A fresh wind of the Holy Spirit may be just what it needs.
All the counseling in the world will not work if the heart is not right.
"And Mommy, you know what happens? ... Those demons disappear."
There will be times when things don't make sense to us. But remember, it isn't over yet.
Adopting this attitude is essential.
As prophetic events continue to be fulfilled, you need to be ready for what the future holds.
It's often the simplest things that hold the most power.
Have you been intentional to see the areas where your Savior has already rescued you?