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Are YOU Inviting Demons? — 2 Comments

  1. Hi Jim,

    Thanks for sharing! I have a question about example number two, regarding “I dont think we can afford…”

    I know someone who spent both her husband’s and her life savings on a grand wedding, and is living paycheck to paycheck on her husband’s salary since she refuses to work. They are still digging themselves deeper by going on holidays once every few months. My question is, would it actually be correct for the husband to say “I dont think we can afford going on a holiday now.” seeing as their finances are this tight, or should he just comply and go ahead everytime so that demons of poverty are not called towards them?

    Would love your advice on this, thanks and God bless :) !

  2. Thank you for sharing this.

    The words about sickness is excellent and I have many experiences of how not to be in agreement with bad reports and symptoms of sickness has stopped the ‘attack’.

    One has to meditate on the Words of healing and if one is obedient to god’s commandments one shall no longer be bound in the spiritual realm of sin and death but in the realm of the law of life of the spirit of Christ Jesus.
    But this must be walked out 24/7.

    “There is, then, now no condemnation to (only) those in Christ Jesus, who walk not according to the flesh, but (always) according to the Spirit Rom 8:1

    This verse is a great warning because if one is not walking in the spirit (obeying God’s commandments no matter circumstances) one is under condemnation.
    Blessings from Sweden