2 Aug 2013

In Bondage to the Spirit of Fear? The Devils Greatest Tool and God's Great Love

Fear no evil
Fear of the unknown, Fear of the dark, Fear of Man, Fear of rejection, Fear of intimacy, fear of the demonic...The list could end up very long. Fear is the one thing we should hate because it steals our connection to God, it is the opposite of Faith. Hate is not a strong word here but a necessary one because many are all being robbed of God's promises because of it's lies. Faith is the only thing that will please God and our enemy will do everything he can to hold us in bondage to fear to steal our connection to God.

God did not give us a spirit of fear but of courage and of love and of sound mind.  2 Timothy 1:7


If God did not give us a spirit of fear then who did? Have you ever asked that question? The Word says fear comes upon those who are not perfected in love. Who's perfect love? God's of course. In this world we have been made accustomed to imperfect love. If we were born into perfect love(which we are now by Salvation) we should fear nothing. So why do we have fears, how did they get there and how did they get in?

Fear is a LiarTrauma by far is the biggest breeder of fear, compounded complicated traumas for some are debilitating to say the least.
I hope there are some reading this post that want to understand about freedom from fear. You see I have been in bondage to fear as long as I can remember and it is a horrible menacing thing to be captured by it. But the worst thing about fear is fearing fear itself. What I mean is that the spirit of fear plays on your emotions, imaginations which create repetitive disabling strongholds of thought. You can enter a situation or our common enemy can instigate a situation and 'bam' you react without thinking. A stronghold of thought tuned in to a past emotional memory fires in an instant and causes a physical reaction to Fight, Freeze or Flight(Hide or Run). The spirit of fear will pull on your emotions that have well worn neural pathways that remind you of subconscious past hurts instantly, as your sensitive physical senses are heightened to be aware of your environment.
Self preservation will cause you to do weird irrational things. Like hide from someone you you disagreed with, still sleep with the light on, drive half frozen when you see a Police car even when you were driving perfectly, your boss calls you into his office and you start to sweat or maybe going into denial when you see that evil spirits can really have a hold on people. Being fearful of a spirit of fear puts you in a double bind.
Forgiveness unlocks doorsIf we decided to create a timeline of major hurtful events in our lives we would see the enemy orchestrating a web of traumas and lies, (which compound and strengthen strongholds), whether they be of fear or rejection or anger, or all intertwined. The way to freedom is to go through the hurts with God showing you the root issues that He wants to heal for you. He will track with you the bad fruit in your life to it's original root source to appropriate healing and deliverance. Each traumatic experience is sort of encased in its own emotional frozen state. For some it can be like a mirror being shattered over time with each separate piece needing healing and deliverance and allowing Jesus to come and wrap your heart back up with real loving emotional first aid.

Jesus got up to preach...
 18The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised...

The enemy is an opportunistic unfair rival, any opportunity to get a hold of someone is met with conniving cunning. Trauma is the favorite doorway for the spirit of fear, but when its foundational root to its entry is revealed along with the stronghold of thought demolished with Gods truth he has to go in the authority of Jesus name.
Listen to John's amazing revelation and transformation..Freedom from the spirit of Fear by John Rossiter 

As I walk through the valley of death I shall fear no evil for thy rod and thy staff they comfort me, you lead me besides still waters and restore my soul. Amen

Many Blessings 
Dan.
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