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"Hey buddy! I am lifting you up in prayer my friend.
Your Heavenly Trainer Listens
“I cry aloud to the LORD; I lift up my voice to the LORD for mercy”.
Psalm 142: 1
Your heavenly trainer listens. Your voice matters in his gym. The…"
"ANGELS AND DEMONS
Yes, the Sons of God are destined to rule in the realm of principalities and powers, to judge and govern angels. Want some scripture? Let's look again at Elisha... see him at Dothan, as the armies of the enemy are encamped…"
"Far too many Anointed Fighters have been beat down inside the cage of life by the evil one and are feeling dirty, worthless and ashamed of themselves. As a result, they feel unclean and therefore unworthy to approach God and have the champion…"
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Hey buddy! I am lifting you up in prayer my friend.
Your Heavenly Trainer Listens
“I cry aloud to the LORD; I lift up my voice to the LORD for mercy”.
Psalm 142: 1
Your heavenly trainer listens. Your voice matters in his gym. The comments you make in the corner between rounds, He takes seriously. When you can barely speak because the world has broken your ribs, he moves in close to here your whispers. You will not be sent back into the fight without instructions. He hears your fears without you saying a word. Even if you stammer or stumble getting back to your corner, he is there to catch you when you fall. He listens to the painful plea to stop the fight. He listens to the broken confession of fighters who cannot remain standing. When the crowd jeers, he gently wipes away the tears. Your heavenly trainer listens. Intently Carefully.
Remember, it is called a fight for a reason. However, we fight from victory not for victory. Keep Fighting!
Yes, the Sons of God are destined to rule in the realm of principalities and powers, to judge and govern angels. Want some scripture? Let's look again at Elisha... see him at Dothan, as the armies of the enemy are encamped round about him. No fear in his heart. Why? Because he knows that the mountain is full of angels waiting for his word, waiting for a command from him to take up the battle and fight for him. At the word of Isaiah (2 Kings 19) the angel smote 185,000 of the Assyrians and won a war for Israel.
Jesus knew that the angels were always ready to come and defend Him, as soon as he spoke the word. But they could not come on their own. They had to wait for His command. I Cor 6:3 tells us that we are to judge angels. Heb 1:14 says that angels are "ministering spirits, sent forth to minister FOR them who shall be heirs of salvation." They are like the mighty servants of a great King, who stand ready to serve and obey the King's son, just as soon as the son matures enough to be able to take his place of authority in the Kingdom.
Demons know their place. They know they are conquered and in subjection to the Sons of God who have come into divine authority. They cried out against Jesus, they fought Him, they resisted Him, but they always obeyed Him when He spoke- They could not do otherwise. Col 2:15 says that He spoiled principalities and powers (the princes and authorities of devils) and made a show of them openly. They are forever defeated! They will obey completely the voice of that people who rise up in divine dominion to the Throne of God!
Far too many Anointed Fighters have been beat down inside the cage of life by the evil one and are feeling dirty, worthless and ashamed of themselves. As a result, they feel unclean and therefore unworthy to approach God and have the champion relationship that He wants to have with them! Shame knocks out our intimacy with God because it makes us feel unworthy and distant from Him.
What is the difference between guilt and shame?
Guilt is what takes place when a fighter realizes their failure. False guilt, which is one of Satan's best punches, is where the sin has been repented of and forgiven, but he still wants us to feel guilty or see ourselves associated with our pasts. We are speaking of false guilt, because true guilt should prompt the fighter to repent and turn from their sin, but false guilt is what Satan uses to knock out countless Anointed Fighters around the world.
While guilt is seeing what you've done, shame is seeing yourself as a failure because of what you've done. Guilt is looking at the sin, shame is looking at yourself. If you allow yourself to meditate upon guilt, it will turn into shame. Guilt, if not properly dealt with, turns into a stronghold called shame.
Meditating on false guilt builds strongholds
If we continue to leave our hands down and allow the enemy to punch us in the face with our past failures, it will wear us down spiritually, and the next thing the enemy aims at is getting the picture of ourselves distorted. He wants us to look at our past failures so much that we begin to see ourselves as failures!
Anybody who has been thinking about their past sins for long will begin to see themselves as dirty sinners and failures. The complete opposite of what they really are, providing they have repented of their sins and turned to God!
Shame is one of those things that the Bible speaks of as an imagination that must be knocked out:
2 Corinthians 10:4-5,"(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds;) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ."
An imagination is an image in your mind that is incorrect. If you see yourself as a failure, when you're actually a blood-washed champion of God in Christ... you've got an imagination that needs to be knocked out!
Shame is very destructive to our relationship with God
There is a good reason Satan wants us to feel like failures and dirty sinners. Feeling that way keeps us from confidently approaching God's throne and having a champion relationship with Him! The Bible tells us that the blood of Jesus was shed so that we can confidently approach an intimate relationship with our heavenly Father:
Hebrews 10:22, "Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water."
God wants us to draw near to Him with a clean conscience that has been freed from dead works!
Hebrews 9:14, "How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?"
Even look at the Anointed Fighter Paul, the chief of sinners, he even made it clear that he was serving God from a clean conscience!
2 Timothy 1:3, "I thank God, whom I serve from my forefathers with pure conscience, that without ceasing I have remembrance of thee in my prayers night and day."
Worship is an intimate way of expressing our relationship with God. The Bible is clear that we should approach Him with a clean conscience that has knocked out sin:
Hebrews 10:2, "For then would they not have ceased to be offered? because that the worshipers once purged should have had no more conscience of sins."
Shame and guilt are based upon deception, which is the opposite of truth. So how are we supposed to worship God in Spirit and truth, if there are imaginations hanging around in our minds that are contrary to the truth?
John 4:24,"God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."
How do we knock out guilt and shame?
You need to stop thinking about your past failures. Are you ignoring them? No! You are ignoring a lie, not the sin, because the sin has been dealt with and washed away. Therefore, you are meditating on something that no longer exists! If your sins are in the depths of the sea, then why are you still thinking about them?
Micah 7:19, "...he will have compassion upon us; he will subdue our iniquities; and thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea."
You need to stop focusing on the problem (which has been dealt with), and begin to praise God for the solution to the problem, and think about how you have been washed clean from those failures! Instead of meditating on a lie, begin to meditate on the truth in God's Word concerning your past failures. Here are some champion verses to get you started:
Isaiah 1:18, "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."
1 John 1:9, "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness."
Psalms 103:12,"As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us."
Titus 2:14,"Who gave Himself for us to redeem us from EVERY lawless deed, and to purify for Himself a people for His own possession, zealous for good deeds." (NASB)
Ephesians 1:7,"In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace;" (The word 'riches' in the Greek here means abundance and fullness!)Romans 8:1, "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus..."
Micah 7:19,"...he will have compassion upon us; he will subdue our iniquities; and thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea."
Psalms 103:2-4,"Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with lovingkindness and tender mercies;"
Knock out your past!
Why do you think God wanted us to be new creations? Because He did not want your past to be a part of you anymore!
2 Corinthians 5:17,"Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new."
Psalms 103:12, "As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us."
Now that our past failures have been knocked out, we need to leave them there and press forward towards the championship God has for us:
Philippines 3:13, "...this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before."
Hey my Brother Aaron, Just know you n' yours are on my Prayer Hit List... Hope you have an Outstanding Day in Christ... Much Honor, Love, n' Respect 2 Ya! Be Blessed, WHEELS - "I ROLL over the Competition..." Thank You Jesus, that I can really "ROLL" over them... Satan get behind me because Im on a ROLL... All Praise, Glory, n' Honor n' Mucho Thanks Lord, You are My Everything Jesus...
Nobody hates waiting more than I do. At Wal-mart, I use the self-checkout, because there is usually no line. Unless, of course, I commit the unpardonable crime of putting the bread on the wrong plastic bag and the machine begins yelling at me. Then, of course, I have to wait for the human to come over and fix the machine.
At the post office, I hate waiting an hour to mail a package. So I usually use the automated box that allows me to send anything slightly smaller than an elephant.
I especially don't like sitting in traffic in the Chicago suburbs, where I believe they widen the roads once every 76 years. So I have a better chance of seeing Haley's Comet than getting into the turn lane on my local highways. Nice.
So you can understand that I have an especially tough time waiting on God. He just doesn't seem to fit His plans into my rushed, hurried, panicked world. And in reading the Scriptures, I've learned that He hasn't changed.
In fact, almost all of the great men in the Bible had to wait. Some agonizingly long. Let's look at three examples.
Your Prince is Ready
Though Moses grew up in the house of Pharoah and was groomed to be the next in line for the throne, I believe he saw all of this as God raising him up to deliver his people, Israel. His mother probably had something to do with that.
As the years passed and Moses looked from the window of his stately palace and saw the oppression of his brethren, he grew more and more impatient. Finally, he acted on impulse and killed an Egyptian taskmaster.
So that meant 40 years in the wilderness. Here God's people were suffering and their future deliverer is leading sheep in the backside of the desert. Yet God wasn't delaying. He wasn't stalling. He wasn't anxious.
Finally, when Moses was broken and humble enough to be used as an instrument by God, God sent the 80-year old prince-turned-shepherd back to Egypt.
But do you see what his happening? The headlines wouldn't read, "Prince leads coup. Prince leads revolt. Prince overtakes Pharaoh." No, I wouldn't be about Moses anymore. It would be about God. How about, "God Miraculously Delivers His People."?
Dreams of Greatness
As a young man, God spoke to Joseph through dreams. In these dreams, Joseph was leading and his brothers and even world leaders were bowing at his feet. Kind of heady stuff for a teenager, don't you think? And it didn't play too well with his brothers.
But Joseph knew God was calling him to a special place. A place of impact and leadership and power.
So that's why Joseph was probably stunned and shocked when he found himself in the bottom of a pit, praying his brothers wouldn't kill him. Or when he found himself sold into a strange country, Egypt. Or when he was thrust into prison on rape charges.
Didn't seem like those dreams were panning out too well, did it? Didn't seem like God was working out His plan?
Oh, but God was working out his plan. And Joseph, while he didn't know a lot, He knew He could trust God.
Running for King
Okay, so this prophet comes to his house, dumps some oil on his head, and then whispers in his ear, "Oh by the way, you're going to be Israel's next king." But then it was back to the shepherd's fields, back to being the forgotten son and brother, back to obscurity.
David was anointed king as a teenager, but he waited 14 long years to assume the throne. And those 14 years were hard years. He was Israel's next king, but there was his madman, Saul, who was determined to see David dead and buried.
If you read the psalms you can experience David's angst. He scratched his head in wonder, "Why is God allowing Saul to do this?" "Why doesn't God just move Saul out of the way?"
But again, like Moses, like Joseph, David had to learn to trust God. And waiting, is trusting. David had to be broken, humble, and read to lead God's people.
Do you see a pattern developing here? God often gives his people a dream, a desire, a calling and then puts them through a period of waiting.
It is in this waiting where your real courage and character are forged. It is in this period of uncertainty that you're life takes on a whole new dimension. You learn how to trust God. You learn to lean on God. You learn what's important and what's not important.
So if you're like me and you really hate to wait, know that waiting is trusting.