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When You Feel the Presence of Darkness, Look Up! Big Changes are Happening.

Many Christians know the elated and elevated feeling of worship.

It is an unexplainable state of ecstasy experienced when the Word of God penetrates deep into the heart.

Like being in another world, or at least, a couple of realms above this one, this spiritual place is represented as a mountaintop.

There we become educated about the pure characteristics of God and learn what is good and what is not.

But, as I learned, after being delivered from innumerable lies and literal LEGIONS of demons, the real change does not happen on the mountaintop.

Nope, the real work happens in the valley. That is where we walk, (albeit, sometimes crawl) through the lies we still believe.

When we carry the wisdom of God down from the mountaintop and use it in the valley, that is when heaven comes down to earth.

“But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.”

James 3:17 (NIV)

Similarly to how Moses was required to scale Mount Sinai in order to acquire strength and instruction from Yahweh, we receive our truth and fortitude in prayer and worship.

However, we have no need for a priest, since we were given direct access, to the throne of God through our Savior and Messiah, Jesus Christ.

When you feel your flesh rising up, and sense a dark presence over you, the only thing you should do is look to Jesus.

STARE at Him like your life depends on it, because, truly it does.

The profound and overwhelming feeling of darkness almost always proceeds deliverance.

When we neglect an evil part of ourselves, and focus on Jesus, the evil tendency rises up like a wave of hunger.

But, we must resist, we must not eat of the fruit of evil.

Indeed Satan is desperate to highjack our senses and carry us back into deception.

But, when we resist the urge to fall back into old old ways, evil will flee, and we are set free.

“Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.”

James 4:7

If you pay attention, you will see this happen in our own life over and over again.

This is what the Bible refers to as trial and tribulation.

When we face our demons head on, and place all our focus on Christ, that particular evil ceases to live in us.

Indeed, evil cannot exists in the highest heaven, the place in which Jesus is seated on a throne of glory.

Remember, when trials come into your life, look to the throne of Christ and entrust yourself to Him.

If you do so, you will be set free every single time.

Thanks fo reading. Much Love, Many Blessings, Jesus is Lord.

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