Are you feeling spiritually attacked in this season

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Are you feeling spiritually attacked in this season? 
“Welcome to witchcraft season. This is the time of year when people start attacking and accusing you for no reason, rebelling against authority, and otherwise walking in the flesh. Take authority over it in the name of Jesus. Don’t bow to the intimidation and manipulation. And by all means, don’t tap into it! I’ll be writing more about this next week.” On Oct. 2, I will offer simple exhortation on my Facebook page.

Obviously, there is a spiritual force that the Bible is warning us about. It causes us to take leave of our senses. Witchcraft releases strong confusion against our minds so that Jesus is not the clear focus of our lives. Once that happens, we are more vulnerable to the vain imaginations the enemy whispers to our souls. We have a responsibility to know about this spiritual wickedness and guard ourselves against it. With that said, here are eight signs you are under a witchcraft attack right now.

1. Confusion: Witchcraft makes you question yourself, question your friends, question your leaders—question God. When witchcraft attacks, it’s difficult to make sound decisions, you may forget your keys, forget important appointments, or even forget what the Word says. When strong confusion hits your mind, you can be sure it’s not coming from God. God is not the author of confusion, but of peace (1 Cor. 14:33).

2. Trouble paying attention: When witchcraft attacks, it can feel like your mind is scrambled like an egg. You have trouble staying focused on the tasks at hand. Your mind wanders to and fro. You just can’t keep a train of thought or pay attention to what you are hearing or reading. It can be difficult to hear from God and discern the devil. We must walk in 1 Peter 5:8: “Be sober and watchful, because your adversary the devil walks around as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.”

3. Wanting to hide in your cave: I like my cave. I like being alone with God, but when I feel tempted to hide in my cave rather than face the world—when I feel like David when he said, “Oh, that I had wings like a dove! For then I would fly away and be at rest” (Ps. 55:6)—I know I’m under attack. When Jezebel sent a messenger of fear with a word curse threatening Elijah’s life, he ran scared and left his servant behind, sat in a cave and wished he was dead. That’s a witchcraft attack.

4. Forgetting who you really are: You are a child of the King. You are the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus. Greater is He who is in you than he that is in the world (1 John 4:4). You are blessed coming in and blessed going out. Everything you put your hand to prospers. That’s your legal position. But when witchcraft attacks, you feel like a worthless worm. You forget who you are in Christ, have little to no interest in the Word, church, praise, worship or the like. You may feel guilt, condemnation or self-pity.

5. Discouraged, depressed and ready to quit: We all get discouraged from time to time, but when witchcraft attacks, you may just want to throw in the towel; send your resignation letter to God; quit, give up, cozy up in bed and pull the covers over your head. The devil comes to wear you out (Dan. 7:25), yet the Bible commands us not to grow weary in well-doing and promises we’ll reap a harvest if we don’t give up (Gal. 6:9). There’s the tension, but let’s be clear. The devil is trying to steal your harvest. Don’t let him.

A final word: As I said in my Facebook post, this is the time of year when people start attacking and accusing you for no reason, rebelling against authority and otherwise walking in the flesh. We all need to be careful about tapping into spiritual witchcraft and releasing word curses against others and ourselves.

 

 

10 Comments

  • Reply October 10, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Joe Absher Robert Borders

  • Reply October 10, 2018

    Joe Absher

    I hear the sound of a flag I hear it snap and pop. I see the marshalling of troops A gathering of the Lord’s army. The stars in their course come again. To fight and prevail. They come on the wings of eagles They rally to him. his flag. His crown! .Jehovah Nissi! The Lord our banner. The old men are pulling the young. Pulling up their courage. Pulling up their gifting and calling.
    The Young find their places as the Lord’s right hand leads them and rests upon them for strength and direction.
    It is the gathering of troops and burnished swords. It is the armies of the Lord. Behold they fight together.
    Spears and bows. Each aiming high and finding their mark. At the Lord’s command they let their arrows fly.
    Oh let the rally cry come Oh God! Come oh God with a shout with order and power and deliverance and fire. And victory as Christ is our head and our Captain. He is the great Jehovah God the Lord our banner Jehovah Sabaoth the Lord of Host’s is his name. A Man of war. Lead us on oh thou great Jehovah!!! To spoil the enemies camp and bring the children home.

  • Reply October 10, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    October with all the witch hunts seems to be the month

    • Reply October 10, 2018

      Joe Absher

      No thanks…

    • Reply October 10, 2018

      Joe Absher

      I just remembered. I got into a dust up with a fortune teller a couple of weeks ago. And then my friend turned on me. False accusations. Last week. He left the ministry. Went home. I love him and miss him. I didn’t even think to warn him about it. That might explain the naked girl last week too. Maybe it was Monday. I’ll check my notes

    • Reply October 11, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      yes you did and where is he/she now?

    • Reply October 11, 2018

      Joe Absher

      My friend is home with his family. I’ll call him today. False accusations and arguments have to happen and are a real offense. others are simple misunderstanding or pride and can be overlooked.
      Proverbs 10:12 KJV — Hatred stirreth up strifes: but love covereth all sins.

    • Reply October 11, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      werent there another open acusser to your preaching ?

    • Reply October 11, 2018

      Joe Absher

      Sometimes lol

  • Reply October 18, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Last month, author Michael M. Hughes released a book called Magic for the Resistance: Rituals and Spells for Change. Reviewers describe it as “a fascinating look at how the occult arts can be used to promote progressive politics and social change.”
    A group known as The Magic Resistance encourages regular gatherings to cast spells on President Trump. Through their Facebook page, they recently encouraged similar “hexing” of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation process. Those who participated were asked to light a white candle, place a justice tarot card on an altar and then wrap black thread around a paper doll—symbolizing Kavanaugh. A pagan bookstore in Brooklyn, New York, also hosted a recent “Hex Kavanaugh” event to stop the nominee from winning confirmation.
    An article published this month in Vox magazine says modern-day witches are using rituals not only to influence elections but also to bring healing to themselves if they are discouraged by the current political scene. One Wiccan group prescribed a “gratitude spell” for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Kavanaugh of sexual abuse during his confirmation hearings. The spell involves pouring salt in the hand, writing “I believe you” on a sheet of paper, pouring the salt on the paper and then picturing Ford reading the note.

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