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Saturday, October 9, 2010

CLEARING THE FOG

Did depression roll over your spirit today like a thick gray fog? Of all the devil’s devices, depression is probably the most insidious. It sneaks in on you and torques your perspective before you even realize it’s there. It can be a natural phenomenon...the result of worldly influences and pressure...but one that is used by the enemy. If things don’t go the way we prefer, if today’s pressures paint such a bleak scene we fail to look at the big picture, we can allow the enemy to cause us to lose sight of God’s sovereignty over each day and sink into a spirit of depression. As a weapon in Satan’s hands, it takes more than natural methods to overcome it...it takes supernatural release. When you feel this depression suddenly coming over you, you know that it is more than just your own thoughts and feelings...you can even feel its power trying to overcome you! “And I tell you this-whatever you bind on earth is bound in heaven, and whatever you free on earth will be freed in heaven”. Realize that as God’s child you need only to recognize the source of the problem and exercise your authority over this spirit of depression...binding it in Jesus’ Name...and receive His precious release, and the joy that follows. The fog depression can be cleared away with the sword of the Word of God...

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2 comments:

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Thanks for sharing, sis. :)
I have that every once in a while. It is normal to people like us who are migrating here in USA because of the kind of lifestyle we used to have in the country where we came from.

Kelly L said...

Very true and powerful post.

Love to you
Kelly
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