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How to Respond to Demonic Attack? — 2 Comments

  1. James 4:7 says to resist Satan and Lordship does this.  But He also came to destroy the works of Satan and we have that command as well, so we are to destroy the works of Satan and not just let him do what he wants, in areas we can remove him from.

  2. If I am allowed I will give one and only one solution to resist demonic attacks and this is complete obedience to the Lord’s commandments which is to bind every thought to the obedience of Christ.
    Take notice of that the commandments are “quiet” which means one is doing them not saying them.  Turning the other cheek means turning the other cheek, not argue. Walking an extra mile is walking – not talking.
    When one is attacked it is always an attempt from Satan to pull one away from that obedient state (the spiritual realm of the mind of Christ) and when Jesus say resist the devil and he will flee it means that when I refuse to answer against the attack then I “kill my flesh” which is the same as to crucify my will, my lust to break God’s love commandments.
    Even if I have ‘right’ and the attacker has ‘wrong’ I refuse to answer.
    The believer has one purpose on earth and it is to obey the Lord, not defend oneself.
    When the devil is aware of that the believer is aware of this -then he will flee!
    Therefore is ‘rebuking’ and ‘commanding’ demons to go away of absolute no value and will only keep the believer in a state of false spiritual authority (exactly in the state where Satan wants them to be) “when, therefore, he said to them `I am he,` they went away backward, and fell to the ground,” John 18:6

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