Defeat The Enemy; Know Jah's Law

Posted by Star on Mar 24th 2022

Defeat The Enemy; Know Jah's Law

- Discover that it's real, and remember that.

- Be not quick to anger and other sinful emotions.

- Avoid pride. This sin is so deadly I singled it out. It's like poking a big black bear over and over until it bites your head off. It's a childish competition to see who can have their pride last.

- When the enemy attacks you, don't focus and engage in replaying memories that cause emotional pain, or mental chatter. Drop it. Get to some word. Robert Morris says "put on some worship music, attack back".

You have to have your spirit guide your soul. You have to speak to yourself from a higher place and not just be a blind medium for whatever spirit comes along. You have to apply what you've learned from Gods voice and the word, and always practice it. You remember Batman with the bat signal? He can see it in the sky as a signal for him to ascend on the location where it was sent from. This is how the legion of the enemies soldiers operate. Demons and Lucifer are after our soul, and our soul is our mind, will, and emotions. So when you embrace memories that induce emotional distress or anything negative like that, you're soul is now effected, and that is the "bat signal" to the enemies fallen angels. In the world of God and the Devil, both of them have their ministering spirits ( angels ), and they follow people. Psalm 91:11 "For He will give his angels charge concerning you, to guard you in all your ways. 12 They will bear you up in their hands, that you do not strike your foot against a stone."

All throughout the bible it speaks of curses, curses and blessings. A blessing is a network of angels that make things happen in your favor, as a reward from God, as well as generally being in God's favor. God can also affect things by his own will alone as well. I do believe that these angels, as the ministering spirits they are, offer people pointers at critical times. They guide, as does the holy spirit. I do truly believe in the Christian trinity, father, son and holy spirit. A curse is a network of demons that make things happen against your favor, as an act of evil. A curse is when you upset the Lord, and he'll pull back his protection and let the enemy in. The more you invite in the enemy, the less God will protect you. That's how it works. Let's take a look at some scripture to back this supernatural law up. Psalms 91:1 "He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High God, will abide in the shadow of the Almighty."{NASB version, by Zondervan}

If you start to pay attention, you'll see that your luck is directly related to how much or how little you are following biblical rules. These are supernatural rules that were prophesied by God's prophets around 2,000 something years ago. They are supernatural laws that hold true 100% of the time. The bible predicted the future, which means the prophets who wrote it obtained information about the future before it happened. I speak these things to remind Christians that the biblical description of this reality is in fact a supernatural one. Take this vision of God for example, in the book of <b>Daniel 10:6 “His body also was like the beryl, and his face as the appearance of lightning, and his eyes as lamps of fire, and his arms and his feet like in colour to polished brass, and the voice of his words like the voice of a multitude.”</b> My way of putting it is, God is the "giant guy in the sky" that people imagine, but in a different sense, it's a spirit that can take on human form. Some laugh and roll their eyes at this, but read daniel 10:6 again. Also see Revelation 1's description of God, quoting his voice as the "sound of many waters". This is not an excuse or justification to put down your bible and play sorcerer, but it should clear up some common problems many have with believing the bible. We're living in a supernatural obsessed time, and people need to understand that it's real, and pick the right side. Choose Jesus Christ and the Most High God as your shepherd, and make not the mistake of following the other herd.