Don’t Fall Victim: Guard Against These 4 Demonic Entrances

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Are you aware of the spiritual realm? Do you believe in the existence of heaven and hell, angels and demons? As believers, it is vital for us to receive these truths and be prepared for the spiritual warfare that we face daily. However, we must navigate this realm with vigilance, not succumbing to fear or apathy. In this thought-provoking blog post, we will explore open doors that make us susceptible to demonic attacks and how to close them.

In the comments section, declare, "The door is closed!" Make this your statement of intention to live with spiritual vigilance and refuse to allow the enemy to gain a foothold in your life. Let's dive deeper into these open doors and discover the vulnerabilities that intensify demonic attacks.

1. The First Open Door: Your Connections

The company we keep can greatly influence us. As the Scriptures warn in 1 Corinthians 15:33, "Do not be fooled by those who say such things, for 'bad company corrupts good character.'" While we are called to be salt and light in the world, we must examine the influence our relationships have on us. Are certain individuals negatively impacting our spiritual walk? Do we find ourselves compromising our beliefs or engaging in ungodly conversations when we are with them? These patterns of behavior and thinking around certain people can open the door to demonic influence.

Remember, Jesus spent time with sinners not to affirm their sin but to influence them for the better. Evaluate the balance of your relationships and be cautious of any negative influence that hinders your spiritual stability.

2. The Second Open Door: Your Eyes and Ears

What we see and hear can significantly impact our minds and emotions. As Psalm 101:3 states, "I will refuse to look at anything vile and vulgar; I hate all who deal crookedly; I will have nothing to do with them." Additionally, Job 31:1 highlights the importance of making a covenant with our eyes not to look with lust.

  • Visuals and Music: Visuals and music possess tremendous power over our thoughts and emotions. Disturbing or sinful images can be imprinted on our minds, while music can have a spiritual impact. The enemy often uses these powerful thoughts against us, bringing them to our memory when we are vulnerable. Therefore, it is crucial to be mindful of what we set before our eyes and ears, avoiding anything that can strengthen our sinful nature and leave us susceptible to torment and temptation.

3. The Third Open Door: Trauma and Vulnerability

Traumatic experiences can create areas of vulnerability in our lives. While it is essential to recognize that trauma does not equate to demon possession, the enemy can exploit our vulnerabilities. Painful memories or past traumas may resurface during times of weakness, and the enemy can use them to torment, deceive, or confuse us. By acknowledging these vulnerabilities, we can guard ourselves against the enemy's attacks and seek healing and restoration through the power of God.

4. The Fourth Open Door: Speech and Thought Patterns

Our words hold immense power. Proverbs 18:21 reminds us that "death and life are in the power of the tongue." The way we speak and the words we expose ourselves to shape our thoughts and beliefs. Being around people who speak contrary to Scripture or focus on worldly matters can gradually program our minds and weaken our spiritual discernment. We must guard our speech and surround ourselves with individuals who encourage and uplift us spiritually, helping us align our thoughts with God's Word.

Understanding these four open doors can empower us to protect our spiritual vigilance. By closing these doors, we diminish the enemy's ability to attack, deceive, or tempt us. It is essential to strike a balance between awareness of the spiritual realm and avoiding superstitious paranoia. Remember, as born-again believers, we cannot be repossessed by demons, but we must remain aware of their attacks and avoid compromising our spiritual walk.


In conclusion, let us live with spiritual vigilance, guided by the Holy Spirit and anchored in God's Word. Avoid connections that negatively influence your beliefs, guard your eyes and ears against harmful visuals and music, address and seek healing for past traumas, and cultivate speech and thought patterns aligned with Scripture. By doing so, you affirm that the door is closed, asserting your commitment to spiritual vigilance and denying the enemy any foothold in your life.

Embrace the truth that as children of God, we are filled with the Holy Spirit, and the power within us is greater than any force in the world. Walk in the simplicity of faith, knowing that God's protection surrounds you and that He equips you to overcome every spiritual battle.

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