…And the spirit entered into me when he spake unto me, and set me upon my feet

As you receive God’s Word, faith comes to you, dispelling fear.


As you receive God’s Word, faith comes to you, dispelling fear.


For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek (Romans 1:16).

Many people don’t know it, but a Christian can actually open himself or herself to a devil. There’re many ways this can happen. One of such avenues is through a Christian believing a lie. When you believe truth, God’s Spirit enters into you.

In the same way, Satan enters into a man and begins to manipulate his life when he believes Satan’s lies. This is why you should never accept Satan’s opinion about anything; judge everything you hear by the Word. Also, demons can come into someone’s life through fear, because like begets like; you attract to you what’s in, and around, you. If you have faith, you attract the spirit of faith. If you have fear, you also attract the spirit of fear.

Fear brings demons into someone’s life. Fear is actually faith in the ability of Satan; it’s faith in the ability of all the negatives to defeat you. That’s why you should never allow fear in your heart, same way you shouldn’t allow unbelief, bitterness, and anger. These are all tools of the adversary which can open a door for Satan to plunder people’s lives. What if a Christian already allowed devils into his or her life unknowingly through any of the aforementioned avenues? There’s a way out. That’s where the power of God’s Word comes to play.

If that individual would study and meditate on the Word of God, he wouldn’t even require to be prayed for. The same way those devils came in, they’ll also leave without announcement. That’s the power of God’s Word. God’s Word is light, and when light comes, darkness will, and must, flee.

It’s the same cure for fear. As you receive God’s Word, faith comes to you, dispelling fear. And as fear leaves, so does the spirit of fear. God’s Word is the answer. It’s what you need for the glorious, excellent, and victorious life. The Word is the most important thing in your life.

Further Study:
Hebrews 10:22;
Ephesians 4:31;
James 1:21

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