Satan Is Trying To Get Back In

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Satan is trying to get back into my life. I reject him in Gods name, I reject him with all the love and forgivness that God has given me. I reject him again and again until he gets the message that there is no place for him in my life. I embrace and love our lord with every part of my mind, body and spirit and tell the devil that he will never again lead me down the wrong path. I love God with every part of me and tell the devil to go away and don't come back. Please pray with me my new sisters and brothers in God. The evil deceiver will never again control my life.
 

Miri

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Satan is trying to get back into my life. I reject him in Gods name, I reject him with all the love and forgivness that God has given me. I reject him again and again until he gets the message that there is no place for him in my life. I embrace and love our lord with every part of my mind, body and spirit and tell the devil that he will never again lead me down the wrong path. I love God with every part of me and tell the devil to go away and don't come back. Please pray with me my new sisters and brothers in God. The evil deceiver will never again control my life.

Have you ever read the Bondage Breaker by Neil Anderson. It would really
do you good to read it. Here is an extract from it:

There is no need for the Christian to defeat the devil. Christ has already
accomplished that. We just need to believe it. When we read through
the epistles, it is obvious that Jesus has already delivered us from
Satan and sin. That was the good news Paul conveyed in his prayer.
God has done all He needs to do for us to live a victorious life in
Christ—now we have to assume our responsibility. It is your individual
responsibility as a believer to repent and believe the truth that will set
you free. Nobody else can do that for you. I can’t put on the armor of God
for you, believe for you, repent for you, forgive others for you, and take
every thought captive to the obedience of Christ for you, but I can help you.
Finding your own freedom in Christ and helping others do the same is the
focus of Part Three of this book.

Strongholds of Self-Defense In our natural state, we learned many ways to
cope with life or defend ourselves which were not always mentally and emotionally healthy.
Psychologists refer to these unhealthy patterns of living as defense
mechanisms, and they are certainly not congruent with Christianity.

For instance, many people have learned to lie in order to protect themselves.
Other common defense mechanisms include:
denial (conscious or subconscious refusal to face the truth)
fantasy (escaping from the real world)
emotional insulation (withdrawing to avoid rejection)
regression (reverting to less threatening times)
displacement (taking out frustrations on others)
projection (blaming others)
rationalisation (making excuses for poor behavior)

Defence mechanisms are similar to what Paul calls strongholds.
He writes, “Though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according
to the flesh, for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh,
but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses.

We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up
against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought
captive to the obedience of Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:3-5).
Fortresses (or “strongholds” in the King James Version) are fleshly
thought patterns that were programmed into your mind when
you learned to live your life independently of God.

Your worldview was shaped by the environment you were raised in.
But when you became a Christian, nobody pressed the “CLEAR” button.
Your old fleshly habit patterns of thought weren’t erased.
What was learned has to be unlearned. If you have been trained wrong,
can you be retrained? If you believed a lie, can you renounce that lie
and choose to believe the truth?

Can your mind be reprogrammed? That is what repentance is: a change
of mind. We are transformed by the renewing of our minds.
We can be transformed because we have the mind of Christ within
us and because the Holy Spirit will lead us into all truth.
But the world system we were raised in and our independent flesh
patterns are not the only enemies of our sanctification. Even though
we are new creations in Christ, we still battle the world, the flesh, and the devil. Satan’s



Ps we should never argue or pray to Satan. It’s Jesus and the truth which
who sets us free not Satan.


Lord I pray for Sean that you will teach him to be an overcome and show him
his true position in you. Lord teach him victory in you, teach him to trust you,
teach him to pray. Teach him about your love. amen
 
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Have you ever read the Bondage Breaker by Neil Anderson. It would really
do you good to read it. Here is an extract from it:

There is no need for the Christian to defeat the devil. Christ has already
accomplished that. We just need to believe it. When we read through
the epistles, it is obvious that Jesus has already delivered us from
Satan and sin. That was the good news Paul conveyed in his prayer.
God has done all He needs to do for us to live a victorious life in
Christ—now we have to assume our responsibility. It is your individual
responsibility as a believer to repent and believe the truth that will set
you free. Nobody else can do that for you. I can’t put on the armor of God
for you, believe for you, repent for you, forgive others for you, and take
every thought captive to the obedience of Christ for you, but I can help you.
Finding your own freedom in Christ and helping others do the same is the
focus of Part Three of this book.

Strongholds of Self-Defense In our natural state, we learned many ways to
cope with life or defend ourselves which were not always mentally and emotionally healthy.
Psychologists refer to these unhealthy patterns of living as defense
mechanisms, and they are certainly not congruent with Christianity.

For instance, many people have learned to lie in order to protect themselves.
Other common defense mechanisms include:
denial (conscious or subconscious refusal to face the truth)
fantasy (escaping from the real world)
emotional insulation (withdrawing to avoid rejection)
regression (reverting to less threatening times)
displacement (taking out frustrations on others)
projection (blaming others)
rationalisation (making excuses for poor behavior)

Defence mechanisms are similar to what Paul calls strongholds.
He writes, “Though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according
to the flesh, for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh,
but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses.

We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up
against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought
captive to the obedience of Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:3-5).
Fortresses (or “strongholds” in the King James Version) are fleshly
thought patterns that were programmed into your mind when
you learned to live your life independently of God.

Your worldview was shaped by the environment you were raised in.
But when you became a Christian, nobody pressed the “CLEAR” button.
Your old fleshly habit patterns of thought weren’t erased.
What was learned has to be unlearned. If you have been trained wrong,
can you be retrained? If you believed a lie, can you renounce that lie
and choose to believe the truth?

Can your mind be reprogrammed? That is what repentance is: a change
of mind. We are transformed by the renewing of our minds.
We can be transformed because we have the mind of Christ within
us and because the Holy Spirit will lead us into all truth.
But the world system we were raised in and our independent flesh
patterns are not the only enemies of our sanctification. Even though
we are new creations in Christ, we still battle the world, the flesh, and the devil. Satan’s



Ps we should never argue or pray to Satan. It’s Jesus and the truth which
who sets us free not Satan.


Lord I pray for Sean that you will teach him to be an overcome and show him
his true position in you. Lord teach him victory in you, teach him to trust you,
teach him to pray. Teach him about your love. amen
That's really kind of you to take the time to pass that message on. I suppose it was just a bit of moment where I could see how the devil had been working around me and was still around waiting for a chance, I have so much to learn and I feel a bit foolish now to be honest was just a bit overwhelmed by my eyes being opened, like I say I'm still learning.
 

Miri

The Thingy Member
Jul 22, 2012
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That's really kind of you to take the time to pass that message on. I suppose it was just a bit of moment where I could see how the devil had been working around me and was still around waiting for a chance, I have so much to learn and I feel a bit foolish now to be honest was just a bit overwhelmed by my eyes being opened, like I say I'm still learning.

We are all still learning, we never stop. Even Jesus was tempted. 😊
 
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We are all still learning, we never stop. Even Jesus was tempted. 😊
Thanks again, without being complacent I'll put it down to a bit of a wobble, I've been (and still am) so happy and God has given me this. I'm going to my first church on Wednesday and really looking forward to it. :)
 

Dooms

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Prayer helps so much when the enemy weighs upon us. The devil is primarily a con and a deceiver, and so our earnest prayers and walk with God help illuminate the advesary's schemes.
 

levi85

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Lord bless sean58 and this prayer. Help sean58 to proclaim your power and authority, whenever satan tries to get back into sean58's life. Let satan never succed in controlling sean58's life. Let your word, your Holy spirit remain and work in sean58's life and let you be glorified in sean58's life. In Jesus loving name, Amen!
 

RickyZ

Senior Member
Sep 20, 2012
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Satan is trying to get back into my life. I reject him in Gods name, I reject him with all the love and forgivness that God has given me. I reject him again and again until he gets the message that there is no place for him in my life. I embrace and love our lord with every part of my mind, body and spirit and tell the devil that he will never again lead me down the wrong path. I love God with every part of me and tell the devil to go away and don't come back. Please pray with me my new sisters and brothers in God. The evil deceiver will never again control my life.
Father, set angels around this one, to occupy and do battle with the enemy.

And remember, you can tell how much satan fears someone by how hard he works to hold them under.
 
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Father, set angels around this one, to occupy and do battle with the enemy.

And remember, you can tell how much satan fears someone by how hard he works to hold them under.
Hi Ricky, thanks for your thoughts and guidance :) I suppose that I was just a bit overwhelmed. When you're used to seeing the world a certain way and then your eyes are opened and of a sudden it looks different it can make your head spin. I was looking around me and seeing how many ways I had been tempted in the past and it was intense.
One positive that I will be taking from this experience is how quickly I seem to be bonding with you all on this platform. I would never have opened up to others before. That said another lesson learned and wobble over :)
 
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I’m praying that God will cover you with His precious blood, send his angels to help you and work in a powerful way in your life. Grace and peace to you, Sean58.
 

Godsgirl83

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Hey Sean! I could type this out for you, but I think it would benefit you more to search the Bible so I'm just going to give you the verse to look up. I will tell you A key word STAND!
look up Ephesians 6 starting at verse 10.
Blessings