Demons know that they must divide us to weaken us
or they will be defeated. If only two of
us in agreement, can put ten thousand to flight
(Deut.32:20), Christians who are in harmony are very
dangerous. I have heard it said that witches are afraid of
Christians who know who they are in Christ, because then
they know their authority over demonic powers.
Satan is not omnipresent,
so the only way he can accuse us
before the throne day and night, is to use us to do his
work. He preys on insecure people who will criticize members
of their own body in order to gain position or control. If
he can speak accusations through the leadership, others will
follow their example. When we are used to criticize others,
to promote ourselves, we actually lose ground, because it is
Jesus who exalts and prospers. James 4:6 "God resists the
proud but gives grace to the humble."
Our Heavenly Father is
committed to protecting His children
and His investments in their hearts and
lives. He takes these assaults personally as if it had been
done unto Him. He does not appreciate accusers slandering
His handiwork in us. Ultimately, accusers are accusing God
How much better, to
remember who we are in Christ. We
are ministers -- servants to those who are in need. We are
to partner with Jesus to reconcile people to Himself and to
ll Cor.5:19 that
God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not
counting men's sinsagainst them. And he has committed to us
the message of reconciliation.
Most people can identify
and criticize the weakness of others;
that is no great talent. How many have a
heart to restore another when they need it most? How many
really believe that Jesus does restore 100%? Or do we put
them on a shelf, punish those who slip or say they can only
enjoy God's plan B now, with no hope?
Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are
restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be
It all comes down to who
we believe Jesus Christ is.....
Does Jesus commit to restore
us 100% is we will cooperate with Him?
Does He really forgive and
forget all accusations even when we were guilty?
Does He call those who have
experiences failure or assign them to plan B?
Can He really redeem ANY
experience for the good and His glory?
If you believe that the
blood of Jesus has not lost its power,
that he can still take a Mary Magdeline,
deliver her and make her part of the ministry team.... Then
make a fresh commitment to "Love covers a multitude of
sins." l Peter 4:8 Learn to discern without adding your own
interpretation or condemnation. Lets have the heart of a
true minister who serves and is more interested in building
up others than himself.
If you liked this, you
may like Rick Joyner's book: "Epic Battles of the Last Days"