James 1:2-4

Don’t run from tests and hardships, brothers and sisters. As difficult as they are, you will ultimately find joy in them; if you embrace them, your faith will blossom under pressure and teach you true patience as you endure. And true patience brought on by endurance will equip you to complete the long journeyand cross the finish line—mature, complete, and wanting nothing. James 1:2-4D

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

A Word for anyone who accuses the breathern.

The Lord is tired of the squabbles amongst His people. Quit bickering and just love one another in unity. Just because another Christian is using a gift you don't have or understand doesn't give you a right to accuse them of operating in the demonic. If that person is using their gift and it is pushes back darkness how can it be demonic. Why would the devil fight himself? He's no idiot. When he moves in society he moves to destroy. When Christians operate in the Holy Spirit given gifts mentioned in the Bible such as in 1 Corinthians 12, 14 Mark 16:15-18 to name a few places they push back darkness and glorify God. Quit beating up Christians who are using gifts you have yet to understand or receive. Your either on God's side or your not. Pray and trust if they are being lead astray by evil works God will show them. Examine their fruit before opening your mouth to accuse them. Do not speak in ignorance. If you want ask. Break off the jealous spirit. The gifts are for all His children. Ask and ye shall receive. Do not quelch the Holy Spirit fire oh children of God! Stand in unity with each other and honor their gifts and anointings. Refuse to allow a religious spirit to operate through you any longer. God is bigger and wider then anything your imagination can dream of or hold. Break off the pharacidical mindsets in Jesus name! Trust and believe in the power of the Holy Spirit and what the word of God says. ~Laura Sterling, Narrow Gate Traveller ministries~
The Word of Jesus Christ - Luke 11
No Neutral Ground
14-16 Jesus delivered a man from a demon that had kept him speechless. The demon gone, the man started talking a blue streak, taking the crowd by complete surprise. But some from the crowd were cynical. “Black magic,” they said. “Some devil trick he’s pulled from his sleeve.” Others were skeptical, waiting around for him to prove himself with a spectacular miracle.
17-20 Jesus knew what they were thinking and said, “Any country in civil war for very long is wasted. A constantly squabbling family falls to pieces. If Satan cancels Satan, is there any Satan left? You accuse me of ganging up with the Devil, the prince of demons, to cast out demons, but if you’re slinging devil mud at me, calling me a devil who kicks out devils, doesn’t the same mud stick to your own exorcists? But if it’s God’s finger I’m pointing that sends the demons on their way, then God’s kingdom is here for sure.
21-22 “When a strong man, armed to the teeth, stands guard in his front yard, his property is safe and sound. But what if a stronger man comes along with superior weapons? Then he’s beaten at his own game, the arsenal that gave him such confidence hauled off, and his precious possessions plundered.
23 “This is war, and there is no neutral ground. If you’re not on my side, you’re the enemy; if you’re not helping, you’re making things worse.

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