When something evil is trying to scare (control) you, they hope that fear will distract you away from the Lord. Do not let that happen.
2nd Timothy 1:7 says:
“For God has not given us the spirit of fear;
but of POWER,
and of LOVE,
and of a SOUND MIND.”
It is important when they come to you to ask God to clear all confusion and to lay on your heart any sin that you need to confess to him. Un confessed sin is what give these entities a ’right’ to be there.
Here is a prayer I suggest has made God’s power within me stronger:
(Remember to not just repeat these words, feel them with you heart, imagine yourself doing the things these prayers describe.)
“Dear Lord, you have brought to my heart the un confessed sin of: ___________________.
I take this sin off my back and lay it on your altar. I am sorry for letting this sin in my life and I ask that you cover it with the blood of your Lamb. Replace the sin of ____________________________with your Holy Spirit, give me strength to fight the enemy that wants to destroy me from the inside out. Renew me, and open my eyes of any other sin I need to confess. Please break all cords that the sin that I have committed has brought into my and my families lives. I give you the Glory for winning this battle.”
If the Lord puts another sin on your heart that you need to confess, do not wait! Unload your burden right away. Repeat the prayer with your new sin to confess. Continue on until you feel like the Holy Spirit is done speaking to you.
This is an ongoing thing. Just like you need to take a shower everyday, you must renew yourself everyday. Daily, you fight over your own sinful nature. Give up that fight. You will never win. Give it to the Lord. Dedicate your Life and your will to him and allow him to use you each day. You are only human. He does not expect you to be perfect. Only man does. Do not try to do your best; just allow the Holy Spirit to live through you and he will do it for you.
Arm yourself with memorizing scripture. It is as potent as an atom bomb for Satan’s army.
Author: Julia Shalom Jordan