“See, you’re trying to steal my joy, my peace, my family and bring confusion to my mind but I won’t allow it. I refuse to go to that place of confusion. All that you are trying to steal, God gave them to me. They are mine ‘for keeps’. I will not allow you to rob me of my joy or my peace.

God told me that I am free: “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (St. John 8:36, KJV). I believe God. Moreover, through my freedom, comes love[1] that ignites my joy, my peace, and my self-control. These are included in the many gifts that God has given to me, so I can worship Him in spirit and in truth. Therefore, I command you, in the name of Jesus Christ, to take your hands off me and all those connected to me. I have allowed you and your demons to sit comfortably in my house but no more! My freedom in Christ, represents broken chains for God told me that EVERY SHACKLE HAS BEEN BROKEN.

Bondage vs. Freedom:

You see, when I was in bondage, I was weak, broken-hearted, burdened down with the cares of this world. I sunk into self-pity, allowing your spirit of depression to hover over me. No more! I am free!

I am free from your spirit of fear that held me bondage all these years. You will no longer torment me. I am free from your lying spirits that made me believe I was too hurt to get over the pain. My house is a temple for the Lord. There is no room for evil spirits to dwell here.

Re-claiming my stuff:

The Word of God says to me, as a believer, “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2nd Timothy 1:7). So today is declared a day of victory for I am reclaiming my boldness in Christ. The Word of God says that “…all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose” (Rom 8:28, KJV). All that I have been through, all the hurt and pain that have come my way, like you entered the thoughts of Joseph’s brothers to do evil unto him, “God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day to save much people alive.” (Gen 50:20, KJV).

After this episode, I got the inspiration for Fear versus Fear.

>>> Continues in part 3

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