No Weapon Will Prosper   Leave a comment

Isaiah 54:17; No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of Me, saith the Lord.


We have the right and authority to reject any word spoken to us that’s contrary to what God says about us. Let’s say you go to the doctor and is told you have cancer, diabetics, heart disease, etc. What they are actually doing is speaking curses over us. Sickness is a curse. Never is sickness a blessing from God to help in ministry as some think. Curse is not the affliction Paul talked about. His affliction was being persecuted for serving Jesus. Curse is a weapon that is against us to kill, steal and destroy us. Curses also come to past judgement against us. The truth us when Jesus died, He took all our curses and judgement on His body and because He did that, it’s by His stripes we ARE healed. Because of Jesus, sin has been wiped from our spirits. We have a new spirit; a new nature. We don’t have to accept anything a person/ a doctor say to us that’s opposite from the Word of God. We can condemn (to judge or pronounce to be unfit for use or service) those words and speak the truth. That is our heritage from the Lord. A man was told by a nurse he has sugar diabetes and he will always have it. Instead of accepting that curse he condemned it. Today he is healed. Praise God. Let’s walk in our heritage from our God, Abba Father.

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Posted March 2, 2015 by Free From Burdens in Uncategorized

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