The life of Job is a good example of what happens when we lose the clarity of our mind and subject ourselves to other powers - Job 3:25, "what I fear have come upon me". In the Spirit, there are "powers", an angel class; subjected to God and satan (his fallen angels) alike to do tasks that influence our decisions. When we allow these influences to direct our decisions, we essentially become the slave rather than the master of such spirits. Yes, the good angels are there for us
You must wait upon the Lord patiently for the Lord to empower you supernaturally to the next level of your destiny. You mustn,t walk ahead of God, but let Him take the Lead so that you may follow His footsteps to the right destination. For the Bible says those that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength and will be like the Eagles, Hallelujah. Isaiah 40:31
In Psalm 130:3 (NLT), the psalmist asks an interesting question: LORD, if you kept a record of our sins, who, O Lord, could ever survive?
Let's face it! We have all sinned and come short of God's glory (Romans 3:23). None of us would survive if God kept a complete record of our sins.
Then, the psalmist states in Psalm 130:4, "But, you offer forgiveness, that we might learn to fear you."
This is why He gave His only begotten Son Jesus Christ
Man is tripartite; body, soul and spirit. His body comes from his parents, his spirit comes from God, and his soul, i.e., himself, is the result of this union of body and spirit, a new individual without experience of any kind, but good because made by God Himself. Man is a soul, he possesses a spirit and a body, the former whereby he can contact the spirit world, and the latter with which to enter and appreciate the material world. The soul, if it loses its body, is dead to this world; if it loses