God spoke through Jeremiah concerning the enemies of his people and declared his people a weapon of war to break the enemy to pieces and to destroy the kingdoms of darkness. We are God’s weapons of war and with understanding he teaches our hands to do war and our fingers to fight. (Psalm 144:1)
God cannot be tempted of evil and he does not cause sickness, infirmity and oppression. The enemy is good at convincing us that God does this so that we direct our anger towards God and not at him. There are spirits of darkness that causes infirmity and torment. But God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power and of love and of a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7)
We do not wrestle against flesh and blood and he has given us power to tread upon serpents and scorpions and over ALL the power of the enemy and absolutely NOTHING shall by any means harm us. (Ephesians 6:12; Luke 10:19)
We do not permit sickness and infirmity to stay in our midst and we bind every spirit of torment in Jesus Name. God says he will rebuke the devourer for our sake because the Devil comes but for to steal, kill and destroy but Jesus came to give us life in abundance. (Malachi 3:11; John 10:10)
The devil will not continue to steal our joy and peace because God is teaching us how to fight and to take back what he has stolen. We take it by force as we use our weapons and we use the word of God to declare spiritual war. We command principalities and powers to bow in Jesus Name and we pray a blood covering over our houses, our families and everything that belongs to us. We command principalities and powers to lift off our minds and bodies in Jesus Name. Although the enemy pushes back we will not stop fighting until we take possession of this territory.
“Behold, I make of you a threshing sledge, new, sharp, and having teeth; you shall thresh the mountains and crush them, and you shall make the hills like chaff; you shall winnow them, and the wind shall carry them away, and the tempest shall scatter them. And you shall rejoice in the Lord; in the Holy One of Israel you shall glory.” (Isaiah 41:15-16)