SICK & TIRED OF IT

Aren’t you sick and tired of the enemy bombarding you with all types of issues. Then do something about it. God got sick and tired of the enemy using us as target practice to get back at Him, so He sent His Son Jesus, to defeat the enemy and restore our power and authority over the enemy. The problem is when are we going to really get sick and tired of his antics, tactics, and tricks, and trample all over him? Aren’t you tired of being a borrower and not a lender, the tail instead of the head, beneath instead of above? Well it’s time to turn the odds in your favor, time to stop the enemy, and stomp all over him.

To do so, if you are not a believer who accepted Jesus Christ, you have to do so first. So go to the top of this blog, find the salvation page and follow the instructions, but if you are a believer you need to acknowledge who you are and whose you are. 1 John 4:4 says, “Ye are of God little children, and have overcome them, because, Greater is He that is in you,than he that is in the world.”
Then we move to establish your strength, by being strong in the Lord, and in the power if His might [Ephesians 6 :10-18], by suiting up with the whole Armor of God. Remember now that the battle is not ours it belongs to God, who already give us the victory through Our Lord Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 15:57). Jesus is the head of all principality and power,and we are complete in Him (Colossians 2:10). Jesus has given unto us the power to tread on serpents, and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy,(sickness, diseases, lack, doubts, fears, unbelief, disobedience, etc.),and nothing shall by any means hurt you. Just remember we have to be connected to Jesus, because, we can do nothing without Him, as John 15:5 tells us.We could go on and on with many scriptures, but that’s a start, you research the rest, and start to walk in your victory, and delete the victim mentality, cast it down as 2 Corinthians 10:3-6 tells us to do. Receive it, believe it, and go act on it, God promises never to leave nor forsake you [Hebrew 13:5, 6 ].

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