In today’s episode, I am going to be addressing how the enemy can get his thoughts into our thoughts. I have titled it “Enemy Access Point Number 1, Agreement. I am also going to address a question regarding weaknesses and spiritual battles in our weekly Q&A segment.
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Q&A Segment: “Weakness and Spiritual Attack”
Lyn Wojcik from Wethersfield, Connecticut
“How can we tell the difference between an area of weakness that we have that is just a quirk of who we are, and an area that the enemy is making weak that we really need to press into or work to strengthen. I know sometimes these areas that seem to be weaknesses are places that the enemy is actually hitting, that are actually our greatest strengths. I know that there are also legitimate areas of weakness in me that need to be connected to the strengths of others. How can we tell the difference?”
Feature Presentation: “Enemy Access Point #1 = Agreement
In today’s feature presentation, I want to discuss the thoughts that the enemy places into your life. We know not every thought is your own. And the thoughts that come against you that are not from God are from the enemy. With that in mind, how do those thoughts get there in the first place? How can we begin to be more armed and take our victory back? Today I want to address the first of four key enemy access points.
Today’s access point I want to talk to you about is AGREEMENT.
- We need to understand that our lives manifest the thoughts that we agree with in our hearts. Whatever is the predominant way of thinking, feeling and perceiving, will become what our life is going to manifest.
- Spiritual warfare 101. Where the enemy has access to steal kill and destroy, there is agreement with his way of thinking. Where is there agreement with the enemy’s thoughts in your life?
- Thoughts from the enemy come as though they are our own. They even arrive in the first person voice.
- Just as God can speak thoughts into our inner dialogue, the enemy can send thoughts that sound like our own, or even try to sound like its a “God thought.”
- There can be active agreement and passive agreement.
- We break the agreement through practicing repentance.
- We have to ask ourselves, “Who Told Me This?”
Question: where is there agreement in your life with the enemy that can be addressed before God today?
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