How To Be Free From Spiritual Attack Without Spiritual Work

November 20, 2022 / Alonge Michael / Youth Arena / Add Comment »

Prayer is a system, a communication system, that the children of God use to interact with God. It’s a form of interaction between men and God.

Man was created first from a spirit. To keep this spirit alive, we need to keep interacting with the spiritual realm, and that’s done through prayer. Prayer keeps men ahead of everyone. Men ought to pray and not faint.

Jesus Christ, the Son of God, lived an exemplary prayerful life during His sojourn on earth. He went to the mountain to pray after his 40-day fast, during which he was tempted by Satan, the devil, but because he was prayerful and filled with the Holy Spirit, he was able to overcome the temptations. Christ prayed before, during, and after His Crucifixion and Ascension.

You don’t pray to feel righteous. You don’t pray because you are a sinner; you don’t pray because it is prayer time; you pray because the Bible teaches us to make our supplications known to God through prayer with fasting and thanksgiving, and Christ, who is our model and why we are called Christians, lived a prayerful life in the wilderness, first prayed and thanked God for the five loaves and two fishes.

Pray because of the numerous benefits of praying. Every time you pray, something happens. Prayer changes things. There is nothing that prayer cannot do.

Prayer is an unbreakable law that when applied to any situation, the host of heavens will listen.

The devil manipulates our ignorance of the word of God, hence we face challenges. Ephesians 4:18.

Without prayer, man is completely helpless. That’s why the Bible said we should pray without ceasing.

The Bible says we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities, powers, and the rulers of darkness in high places. You cannot survive spiritual attacks when you don’t pray. Pray until something happens. The CCC Hymn Number 431 summarizes everything for us:

1. Our Lord, we Thy children have come,
To bring all our requests to thee,
Just as you have heard the prayers of Elijah,
Harken unto our prayers.
1 Kings 17:21-22
2. Thus he prayed that the rain might not fall,
For three years and six months,
Just as you have heard the prayers of Elijah,
Harken unto our prayers.
James 5:17
3. He offered prayers the second time,
There was rain and the soil brought forth fruits,
Just as you have heard the prayers of Elijah,
Harken unto our prayers.
James 5:18
4. Prayers opened the door of mercy,
Prayer also opened Hannah’s womb,
Just as you have heard the prayers of Elijah,
Harken unto our prayers.
Mathew 7:7-11, 1 Samuel 1:12-20.

Alleluia

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