It is important for you to know that there is a reality of being wrapped up by spirits in life. We live in the world of spirits. Spirits wrap themselves around four things in the lives of people, which are:
Hence forth let your words give the spirit of life a thread to weave the garments of safety, protection and security around you. Allow the words of your mouth to give the spirit of life an unfettered operation in your life. The power of life and death can be unlocked by the power of the tongue. The spirit of death is looking for handles through your words to perform satanic agenda. Consciously use your words to allow the plan and purpose of God to enfold your life and affairs.
Train yourself to identify the move of God and adjust yourself not to rush out of his presence. Every divine move of the Holy Spirit is a move to avert the plan of the devil and hasten the intention of God to their fulfilment. It is one of the strategies of the devil to make you get hasty in church and in the presence of the Holy Spirit so as not to partake of the blessings and encounters. Identify these gimmicks of the devil and handle them to your advantage.
As a father, your words become garments on your Children, don’t put tattered garments on your family by saying things like, “You are not serious.” You must learn how to maintain positive confession always because if you are not careful, it is at the time of confession that the devil seeks opportunities to enter families.
Keep a close watch over your thoughts and your actions as these are part of the gateway to your life. Understand that whatever the devil can get to your heart, he can get to your life. When you meditate on God’s word, spend time in the confession of the word and get engrossed in acting out the scriptures, then negative spirits will have no room to wrap themselves around you for satanic agenda.
PRAYER: Lord, help me to connect myself to your Spirit and disconnect from every contrary spirits I have wrapped myself with. I receive wisdom to speak positive words in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Job 1:1-3:26, 1 Corinthians 14:1-17, Psalm 37:12-29, Proverbs 21:25-26