Published on Nov 10, 2015
Published on Feb 9, 2019
Praise God! Enjoy super encouragement by The Holy Spirit!
Be super encouraged today in Jesus Name!
Prayers against Black Magic and Witchcraft Via Sister Bella ❤️
When you read the first prayer you accept Jesus and receive the covering of God’s blessings on and in your life…
“All praise our God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the Heavenly realms because we are united with Christ.” ~Ephesians 1:3
Pray this first to recieve your authority under Christ Jesus:
Thank you wonderful Father God for bringing me to this revelation that I need to pray this prayer over my life. My Lord Jesus I surrender my life to you and all my worries. I repent of my sins and declare you Son of the living God and Saviour over my life. Please guide and protect me and my loved ones friends and family with your blood in all we do. Holy Spirit fill me, guide me and bless me and my loved ones and all future generations until judgment day in Jesus name. Amen
In Jesus name, I cover myself, my loved ones and anyone in the World that needs it with the Blood of Jesus. I ask for giant warrior Angels to protect us and my loved ones. With your war clubs and weapons of war, I break down, undam and blow up all walls of protection around all witches, black magic practitioners, Satanists, sorcerers, and the like covering them with the blood of Jesus. I break the power of all curses, hexes, vexes, spells, obeah, charms, fetishes, psychic prayers, psychic thoughts, all witchcraft, sorcery, magic, voodoo, all mind control, jinxes, potions, bewitchments, death destruction, sickness, pain, torment, psychic power, psychic warfare, prayer chains, incense and candle burning, incantations, chanting, blessings, hoodoo, crystals, root works, using our pictures, name or belongings, things in food or drink, dreams whether willing or otherwise and everything being sent my way or my loved ones way, or any deliverance ministries way. I rebuke you and bind you cover all named and unnamed demonic forces permanently with the blood of Jesus. I return all the evil directed towards me and my loved ones with every demon to the sender and bind it to them with the blood of Jesus and every spiritual enemy and cast them permanently into the lake of fire in Jesus name. We cover our physical enemies with the blood of Jesus too so they can never harm another soul. We cut and burn their ungodly silver cords and lay lines, connections and any demonic markings on our mind, body, spirit and soul, closing permanently EVERY doorway satan has opened in our lives covered in the blood of Jesus. We call for recompense Father God and for you to judge whether to take vengeance against our enemies in Jesus name. Every curse and wicked thought against our lives will manifest in immediate abundant blessings for us and all our loved ones and no curse shall ever touch us, our lives, family and friends and all future generations whether they are willing or not in Jesus name.
Every curse and generational curse by my ancestors or any demonic source going back to Adam and Eve on both sides of my family going forward until judgment day you are bound and broken and every legal holding on my life is destroyed, in the name of Jesus, I cover myself and loved ones with the cleansing blood of Jesus. I am free, blessed, anointed, and appointed and all my body, weight, mind, life, health, skin, hair, relationships, family is in exact accordance with God’s word. God is shining favour in every aspect of my life and career, family, relationship, finances and protection. In Jesus name. Amen
5. I lay down and slept, yet I woke up in safety, for the Lord was watching over me. 6. I am not afraid of ten thousand enemies who surround me on every side.
2 Timothy 1: 7
7.For God did not us not a spirit of fear and but of power and love and of a sound mind.
2. I will make you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing. 3. I will bless those that bless you, and I will curse those that curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.
Psalm 138:7 7. Though I walk in the midst of trouble, you preserve my life; you stretch out your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and your right hand delivers me.
Don’t be intimidated or fearful or show fear to your enemies. (Your strength) Will be a sign to them that they are going to be destroyed, but that you are going to be saved, even by God himself.
74. We have been rescued from our enemies so we can serve God without fear, 75. In holiness and righteousness for as long as we live.
9. Because you have made the Lord my refuge, the Most High, your place of residence- 10. No evil will happen to you; no disease will come to your home. 11. Because he will order his messengers to help you, to protect you wherever you go. 12. They will carry you with their own hands so you don’t bruise your foot on a stone. 13. You’ll march on top of lions and vipers; you will trample young lions and serpents underfoot. 14. God says, because you are devoted to me, I will rescue you. I will protect you because you know my name. 15. When ever you cry out to Me, I will answer. I will be with you in troubling times. I will save you and glorify you. 16. I will fill you full with old age. I will show you my salvation.
Thou shalt not go with them; thou shalt not curse the people; for they ARE Blessed.” ~Numbers 22:12
A little harder is to pray for those who have cursed you or tried to harm you and your loved ones.
“Ask God to bless anyone who curses you and pray for anyone who was cruel to you”~ Luke 6:28
By doing what God wants to do you increase your own blessings and can begin the process of forgiveness and healing. It may not be what you want to do right now especially for someone intent on causing you harm and misery but God will take vengeance against our enemies… Pray for God to remove the hurt, fear, bitterness from the situation from you and to replace it with peace and comfort from the Holy Spirit.
“Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, ‘Vengeance is Mine, I will repay says the Lord.”~Romans 12:19
Boston sang “Don’t look back” on WLS in Chicago late in the summer of 1978. (I was glued to my AM radio back then) WLS was about all I listened too. How can you beat Larry Lujack? Long before Boston sang “Don’t look back” there was the Apostle Paul was telling Believers, in so many words, ”Don’t look back!” Paul writes in his letter to the Philippians, ”Brethren, I do not consider that I have made it my own; but one thing I do, forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the upward call of YeHoVaH/God in Yeshua/Jesus.” His word to us is, ”Don’t look back!” Like the Apostle Paul we must forget ”what lies behind and strain forward to what lies ahead.” There is a natural, human tendency for us to look back. And there can be great value in looking back. We look back to learn. We look back to affirm the places and faces and circumstances from whence we have come. Facebook friends, ”It’s mainly for some clue to where I am going that I search through where I’ve been, for some hint as to whom I am becoming or failing to become that I delve into what used to be.” So there is, indeed, a time for us to look back, if that looking back carries with it a positive purpose. At the same time Paul tells us to ”forget what lies behind.” But Paul is saying don’t look back in a way that will keep us from going forward. Don’t look back in a way that makes us prisoners of our past, because looking back in the wrong way enslaves us or enslaves others to past mistakes and sins. Looking back in the wrong way does not allow the healing of old hurts and painful memories. Even looking back at past accomplishments and successes can keep us from discovering what lies ahead. So the advice that’s given to us is, ”Don’t look back!” Imagine how miserable the Apostle Paul would have been if he had not put behind the sins and mistakes of his past. Think back on Paul’s earlier years.
Before his conversion Paul was named Saul, and he was the number one enemy of the church. He was responsible for the gruesome persecution and even the murder of people who professed faith in Yeshua/Jesus. When Stephen, the great witness for Yeshua/Jesus, was stoned to death, Luke tells us that ”Saul was consenting to his death.” In Acts, Luke goes on to say ”that a great persecution arose against the church” and ”Saul was ravaging the church, and entering house after house, he dragged off men and women and committed them to prison.” Paul’s past was cluttered with atrocious acts of evil. And he wasn’t perfect after he became a Believer. He, like us, continually struggled with his sinfulness. Yet he was forgiven. Through the grace of YeHoVaH/God Paul was forgiven. He affirmed in his letter to the Colossians, ”He has delivered us from the dominion of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.” Paul was able to forget the awfulness of his past because YeHoVaH/God had forgotten and forgiven Paul’s past. In Hebrews Yeshua/Jesus tells us that He will ”remember our sins and misdeeds no more.” There’s no reason for us to remain enslaved to the mistakes and sins and shortcomings of our past. We don’t have to continually feel guilty and ”second rate” because of something we did years ago or even yesterday. YeHoVaH/God in Yeshua/Jesus has forgiven us, and all we do is accept His forgiveness and say ”thank you.” It’s as simple as that. Don’t look back at past mistakes! Amen?
You’re not too far…
The Tears of the Righteous (Charles Lawson)
You are NEVER alone. JESUS LOVES YOU NOW NO MATTER WHAT!
By SUZIE ELLER
|“I planted the seed in your hearts, and Apollos watered it, but it was God who made it grow. It’s not important who does the planting, or who does the watering. What’s important is that God makes the seed grow.” 1 Corinthians 3:6-7 (NLT)
They showed up at my door when I was 14.
Because they went to my school, my mom let them in. They stumbled into my room, standing awkwardly with their youth pastor behind them. One invited me to come to church. Another teen shuffled from foot to foot and asked if she could tell me about Jesus.
I didn’t want to hear it. I was angry at God, if there even was one.
I didn’t grow up in church, so I didn’t know a lot about the Bible. All I knew is that life was hard, and I didn’t want anyone to fix me.
Thank you very much, now here’s the door.
I can only imagine the scene afterwards. A bunch of teenagers clustered on the sidewalk outside our home on Latimer Street, wondering what in the world just happened.
I’m sorry. I really am.
Wherever you are, I want to thank you for trying. I don’t know why you picked me, but I love the fact that you wanted to tell me about Jesus.
That day you didn’t find fertile soil, but a small seed was planted. Jesus eventually rooted His love in my heart and changed not only me, but also generations after me. I wish you knew that the angry girl in the bedroom became a woman of faith who loves nothing more than telling others about Jesus.
In today’s passage, Paul and Apollos had faithfully planted seeds of teaching in a new church body. We see the newness of the church as members debate about who is the most important, Paul or Apollos.
Paul diverted the attention away from himself to remind them of a simple truth: Telling others about Jesus is not about one person or another. It’s not about recognition. It’s not even about success or failure.
It’s about faithfully planting seeds, watering them and allowing God to grow them.
If someone were to look at those teens standing in my room, they might think that their words had little effect. One day in Heaven I plan to thank them. For every person, including them, who bravely shared the truth with me planted a seed of faith in my heart.
Like Apollos and Paul, one planted. Another watered.
And then, at just the right time, a seed sprouted and broke the crusty soil of my angry heart.
Why am I telling you this?
Maybe you’ve sensed for a long time that you’re to talk to someone about Jesus. You’ve hesitated because you don’t know how or you don’t want to fail. Perhaps you even experienced someone like I once was, and it made you think twice about trying again.
But I want you to know something.
When you move beyond your fears to tell someone that Jesus loves them, it may be exactly what they need to hear that day even if they don’t know it yet.
I want a front seat one day in Heaven when those teens discover that their bravery wasn’t in vain. I want to hug their necks and thank them. In fact, there will be a lot of seed sowers I want to thank, because all of them together made a difference.
They sowed. Some watered. God grew me.
If God is leading you to tell someone about Jesus, don’t miss that moment. There might be someone in your path — a woman, a girl, a friend, a loved one — who doesn’t know Jesus loves them and His love changes you forever.
Lord, thank You for allowing me to plant a seed, or water a seed or perhaps to even watch a seed come to fruition in the life of another. Lead me. Guide me. Show me what to say and when to say it. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
TRUTH FOR TODAY:
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