USE WHAT YOU’VE GOT
And Jesus rebuked him, saying, Hold thy peace, and come out of him. And when the unclean spirit had torn him, and cried with a loud voice, he came out of him (Mark 1:25-26).
As Christians, we’ve been given dominion over Satan and the powers of darkness in the Name of Jesus. We have to use what we’ve got. Don’t negotiate with demons. When you say to them, “Out!” they have to obey because you’re using the authority of the Lord Jesus.
The Bible says the people were amazed at Jesus in His day because with authority He commanded unclean spirits and they obeyed Him (Mark 1:27). The Bible says, “…he cast out the spirits with his word…” (Matthew 8:16). That’s what you’re to do.
Exercise your dominion in Christ; use the power of the Holy Spirit. The Good News Bible translation of our theme verse says, “Jesus ordered the spirit, ‘Be quiet, and come out of the man!’ The evil spirit shook the man hard, gave a loud scream, and came out of him.” They couldn’t resist Jesus, and they can’t resist you.
As you pray and intercede for people and for nations, cast out devils! Command the evil spirits responsible for the wickedness, confusion, and darkness in the world to come out of your nation, city, town, and village. Command the prince of the power of the air to take his hands off the people so the light of the glorious Gospel of Christ may shine in their hearts to receive salvation.
Satan has no right to run things in your life, in your home, or in the lives of your loved ones. Exercise your authority in Christ against him. Don’t wait for someone else to do it for you. Every Christian has the ability to cast out devils. Jesus has given you the authority; walk and live in His Name. Use what you’ve got!
I have authority over demons and the cohorts of darkness in the Name of Jesus. Therefore, I break the cords of bondage over men’s lives! The righteousness of God is established in the nations, cities, towns, and villages of the world, in the Name of Jesus! What a life of glory, dominion, and power given to us in Christ Jesus, to live above Satan and his cohorts of darkness. Hallelujah!
Luke 9:1; Luke 10:19; Mark 16:15-18
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Luke 5:17-39 & Deuteronomy 28
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 25:14-30 & Exodus 33