What exactly are these darts? We see them first in Genesis 49:23: They are called Archers. They shoot destructive thoughts and unbelief into the hearts…
Author: Taiwo Ayeni
Raising godly children in today’s world is increasingly difficult as moral decadence devours values in our society. Whether we like to admit it or not…
Show forth the Praises of our king by Laboring for Truth.
This is trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance (and for this we labor and strive), that we have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of all men, and especially of those who believe. (I Tim 4:9-10)
We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy.
When a person is oppressed he does things that are obviously beyond human reasoning, and plays the fool beyond his or her own control.
We speak many things casually in our culture: “I’ll pay you back next week.” “I’ll always love you.” “I’ll be there on Sunday at 10 a.m. for sure.” We fail to recognize that our words have power—and are witnessed by both God and the enemy. In this provocative series, deliverance expert Taiwo Ayeni examines the power of vows in a believer’s life. Part 1 of this series can be read here: http://www.mannaexpressonline.com/prayer-time/prayers-for-all-situations/594-deliverance-the-power-of-vows-part-1-by-taiwo-ayeni
When a person is bound or oppressed, he does things that are beyond human reasoning and plays the fool beyond his or her control. Notice, I did not say possessed. This is because a Christian cannot be possessed–he or she can only be demonized or oppressed. For a Christian to be possessed, he or she ceases to be a Christian, because the demonic forces have completely taken over his or her spirit being. This has to occur willingly. Only an unbeliever whose spirit is defenseless and open to occupation can be possessed.
While it is not in the character of God to curse, it is discovered that the violation of God’s laws triggers curses. God’s laws carry adverse consequences that sometimes result in a generational curse when disobeyed. Therefore God does not need to verbally put a curse on someone before the curse like a time bomb kicks in.
Understanding and demystifying dreams is an age-old passion, but as hard as people try, if God does not give the grace, the effort becomes a waste of time.
An ‘idolizer’ is someone who has a particular idol but whose life is not wholly given to idols. Such a person whose life is full of idols is properly called an ‘idolater’ and has no inheritance in the kingdom of God.”