“Faith moves mountains, but you have to keep pushing while you are praying.” – Mason Cooley
Remember the might acts of God when you get stuck. God is larger than the things you see. Movement toward God is important. You cannot remain stagnant but must move or you will die. You have stayed long enough in your mountain. Toni Hart Spiritual Warfare and Deliverance Prayer Study #553 J Lesson Eleven THE
We are so utterly ordinary, so commonplace, while we profess to know a power the 20th century does not reckon with. But we are harmless and therefore unharmed. We are spiritual pacifists, non-militants, conscientious objectors in this battle to the death with principalities and powers in high places… We are ‘sideliners’ coaching and criticizing the
Spiritual Warfare and Deliverance Prayer Study 553 H Lesson Eight WHO ARE WE FIGHTING? PART D PART 4A: The Flesh Nature We have looked at a few of the different spirits that we fight against. These spirits are real and very active in the world today, and almost all of us have had to
Spiritual Warfare and Deliveranc Prayer Study 553G Lesson Seven WHO ARE WE FIGHTING? Part C Part 3A: The Holy Ghost and Mrs. Garrison Mary Garrison was born in 1952 in the foothills of Alabama. She started a ministry called Christ Camp Ministries in Florida and Alabama. Now she has retired and is living in
“Jesus is the Lion of Judah (Rev. 5:5) and the Lamb of God (Rev. 5:6)-he was lionhearted and lamblike, strong and meek, tough and tender, aggressive and responsive, bold and brokenhearted. He sets the pattern for manhood”
“I’m here, Satan,” he said. “I can’t see you, and maybe you can move faster than I can, but I’m still here, and by the grace of God and the power of the Holy Spirit I intend to be a thorn in your side until one of us has had enough.” Frank E. Peretti in This Present Darkness
You cannot disciple a demon, and you can’t cast out the flesh.
To any casual observer of the religious scene today, two things will at once be evident: one, that there is very little sense of sin among the unsaved, and two, that the average professed Christian lives a life so worldly and careless that it is difficult to distinguish him from the unconverted man.
The enemy will remind you of your condition. A still small voice will remind you of your calling. If you listen to the enemy, instead of the still small voice, you will quit.