PULLING DOWN SPIRITUAL WICKEDNESS

Pulling Down Spiritual Wickedness
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Pulling Down Spiritual Wickedness
Pulling Down Spir­i­tu­al Wicked­ness

2 Chron­i­cles 33:15; “and he took away the for­eign gods and the idols out of the house of the Lord and all the alters that he had built on the mount of the house of the lord and in Jerusalem, and he cast them out of the city”

Most times, we are the ones stand­ing at the wrong side of relat­ing with God. There are times when the ene­my gains ground because we have tak­en the place of God and giv­en it to for­eign gods and idols. These for­eign gods/idols could be our fel­low human being, mon­ey, posi­tion, serv­ing oth­er being or spir­its. As long as God is not in the right posi­tion or at the cen­ter of it all, there is some­thing or some­one serv­ing as a for­eign God. This is not pleas­ing to God. As long as God is not in the right posi­tion in a person’s life, the ene­my takes on such a per­son to pull him down.
The desire of the flesh is the entrance point of the ene­my. The desire of the flesh is the foun­da­tion on which the ene­my builds spir­i­tu­al wicked­ness with the aim of cut­ting a soul com­plete­ly away from God.
After Jesus Christ died on the cross, the desire of the flesh were nailed to the cross so that we can no longer be a slave of sin.
To pull down the spir­i­tu­al wicked­ness, we have to real­ize that Jesus Christ by his death and res­ur­rec­tion has brought us mer­cy and grace, there­fore the desires of the flesh are done away with. We only have to focus on Jesus Christ and believe in Him.

Romans 6:6, we know that our old being has been put to death with Christ on the cross, in order that we should no longer be slaves of sin.

Expe­ri­ence Life Abun­dance In Christ.


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