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Let us take a look at these two scriptures and afterwards expound on them to see what the Holy Spirit is saying:

2 Corinthians 10:3-6 3 For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh:

4 (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds;)

5 Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;

6 And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.


Exposition :

Satan is aware that he is without hope. He is aware that his one hold on man has been lost. He is conscious of his limited time. His contempt for God, though, is so intense that he nevertheless clings to the possessions he is aware no longer belong to him. And he battles till the very end.

Jesus said from the Cross, "It is finished" (John 19:30). The outcome is favorable. We don't fight for victory, even though the conflict is still going on. Victory fuels our battle.

Because of this, Paul exhorts us to destroy, eliminate, and seize control of the strongholds that our opponent has built inside of our minds and hearts. Paul warns us not to be ignorant of this Enemy's tactics in regard to him.

Also, we are not. Jesus, as far as we are aware, moved in to live in our lives when we were rescued. All of our sin—past, present, and future—was fully washed away. We had a new birth.

The Enemy's high tower, from which he can influence my thoughts, grows higher every time I submit to sin, every time I accept an attitude or a behavior that I know is wrong. This explains how I can be out enjoying the day while driving when all of a sudden, I'll get a thought or an attitude that makes me wonder,

"Where in the world did that come from?" It wasn't created by the world. From hell, it came. According to Ephesians 6, Satan shoots fiery darts into our minds that are a small taste of hell. Oh no, he can't take over our hearts. But the war for the mind is still going on.

Although the spirit is safe, the soul—the mind, emotions, and will—remains vulnerable. Paul expands on the battle we fight in Ephesians 6. As opposed to principalities, powers, and the masterminds behind the world's evil regimes, we are engaged in a spiritual war against high places of spiritual wickedness, not against flesh and blood. in Ephesians 6:12.

We are engaged in the incorrect conflict whenever we struggle with those who are our immediate family, coworkers, neighbors, or friends. Every time we are angry with someone, we are fighting the wrong battle. Your boss, your teenage daughter, or your husband are not the enemy. Satan is the foe. Be sober and watchful, for the devil, your opponent, prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. 1 Peter 5:8

Satan is not the enemy, but rather your enemy, according to Peter. I'm not that important, you could suppose. I'm not important to the devil. Wrong.

"Your adversary" denotes your personal enemy, Satan, who has a predetermined strategy to control you, rob you of your joy, your strength, and your capacity to persuade others. Even if you're a Christian, even if your sins have been forgiven, even if you're on your way to heaven, we must destroy the stronghold of the enemy—the regions Satan controls—because there is a fight going on.

I believe as you meditate on the above exposition, scriptures and the prayer below God will give you victory in Jesus name.


Heavenly Father,

Open my eyes to the secret strategies of the enemy, and give me a discerning heart to determine the root  cause of my troubles and deliver me by the blood of Jesus and the fire of the Holy Ghost From every evil in Jesus name.


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