Posts Tagged ‘temptation’

The spiritual dimension of Y’Shua’s acts

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Messiah, Spiritual Warfare

The acts of Y'Shua had an impact on the whole world

Now that we have a good understanding of the basics of the spiritual world, it is interesting to relook at the ministry of Y’shua with a focus on the spiritual dimension. If we focus on this we start to see a number of passages, that now either add a new understanding or raise a whole bunch of new questions. These previously unexplainable passages, now make us take note. Let us focus on the ministry of Y’Shua and identify some behind the scenes things that were going on in the spiritual realm. It may just clarify some of those wierd passages in Scripture for you.

Overcoming Temptation

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Training in righteousness

Temptation is something every one of us has to deal with on a regular basis. We are YHVH’s children and for this reason, satan will not rest, but will constantly attempt to lure us away into his kingdom of darkness and sin. However, if we know this and know what to look out for, we can stand strong against this. Self control is important, but at certain times our self control may fail us due to tiredness or stress. We need to have a strategy in place to protect us from falling into temptation.

Know thy enemy!

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Spiritual Warfare

Know they enemy - if you want to succeed

We need to know our enemy if we want to succeed in battle. As we know, our battle is not against flesh and blood. We need to know who these powers of darkness are that we need to struggle with. What does the Scriptures teach us about the adversary? Do we think about the adversary only with our Western mindset or do we really acknowledge what the Scriptures teach us? He is real and we need to know how he operates if we want to overcome his system.

Strongholds, each of us has one

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Spiritual Warfare

The concept of a stronghold is foreign to our modern minds, except for what we may have read about it in history books. It is not part of our frame of reference and because of this, we may not understand the significance of this. We need to understand the physical structure in order to understand what was meant when it was employed as a metaphor.

Each of us has a stronghold in our lives. When we have the right kind, it is to our benefit, but some strongholds are to our detriment.

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