I have been to several prayer meetings that the only prayer said in the meeting was prayer against enemies. I have met with several pastors whose area of ministerial calling is to be an enemy fighter.
But the question we should ask ourselves is, “Is what we are doing biblical?” Certainly, we established from the Bible, in the last part, that the enemies exist and in fact the Bible gives us some fighting techniques which we would be looking at in subsequent parts of this series.
This sect of people always get confused whenever they read the word of Jesus concerning how we deal with the enemy.
Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy.
But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;
I told you I have always been with this sect of people and in fact I grew up among them and I always see confusion whenever we are dealing with particular word of Jesus.
The question that we ask is “Why do we pray against our enemies when Jesus said we should love them and pray for them?” And the answer is this: People approach Christian warfare as a Mortal Kombat but it should be dealt with immortally.
Mortal Kombat will point at one old Grandma in your family that has this wicked attitude towards everyone but Immortal Kombat will address the spirit that is pushing the woman to do such act.
Mortal Kombat will hate that woman physically but immortal Kombat will love her, bless her and do good to her physically.
Mortal Kombat addresses issues with physical lens but Immortal Kombat addresses it with the perspective of the Spirit because the spiritual controls the physical.
Mortal Kombat deals with a human figure but immortal Kombat deals with a spirit figure.
We will discuss the fighting strategy in the next part. Are you blessed? Type: I’M A SPIRIT.
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