Friday, February 26, 2010

Satan enters in through your mind and works to occupy your brain for himself but then he will use your own brain against you.

I had struggled with a devil last night.
I'm sure it wasn't "the" devil because I'm not worth his time or trouble.
I was up most of the night and now I'm left with a pounding headache, nausea and fatigue. I'm struggling with a couple of health issues too that I can't seem to overcome however I will keep trying and if my body fails me, I will give them to God and then let them go.
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One of my family members was been suffering with some "issues" which required "defragmentation" to free up and clear some brain space
and as with all defragmentation - it takes a while.

chapter 6 verses 11-14
11 Put you on the armour of God, that you may be able to stand against the deceits of the devil. 12 For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places. 13 Therefore take unto you the armour of God, that you may be able to resist in the evil day, and to stand in all things perfect. 14 Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of justice, 15 And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace:
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* I pray for you dear blogger buddies that God will help you to win your spiritual battles. I hope and pray the same thing for my family and for myself. I love everybody dearly and I'll be heartbroken with even one person that I know ends up in hell- a very real hell.
Have I told you about the times when I've seen demons?
You don't wanna live an eternity with these creatures. I promise, you don't.
They're not nice and they hate you
but it's not the kind of hate that you or I can understand.
It's some sort of a "trumped" up version on steroids and it's never satiated.

6 comments:

Melody K said...

Sorry you had a rough night, Belinda. Thanks for your prayers for us; and I will pray for you and your family. Got to go to Stations of the Cross tonight.

belinda said...

Thank you Melody , I prayed for you too.
We also went to stations and I love it. I've only been to benediction once in my life and I would like to find a parish were I can participate in that too.

Melody K said...

We have Benediction with the Stations. The priest or deacon exposes the Blessed Sacrament at the beginning; we sing "O Saving Victim", then we do the stations. At the end he reposes the Blessed Sacrament, and we sing "Bowing Low We Offer Homage", and the Divine Praises. I played the organ, I ought to know "At the Cross Her Station Keeping" by heart now since we did all 14 verses. It's funny, my Great-Aunt Georgia played for Stations when I was little; now I'm doing it; I guess it's a family tradition.
Maybe your priest or deacons would add Benediction if they knew people were interested.

belinda said...

I will ask father.

I admire people who play instruments.How cool is that! Here's what I dont get about music.. how people can turn the page, sing, think and move their fingers and all at the same time.

I just don't get it.

belinda said...

(I will ask father if he would offer benediction.)

Melody K said...

Well I'm an amateur. I don't try to sing or turn pages while I play. I make copies and spread them out so I don't have to turn pages. I can't chew gum and walk, so always work with my friend who is a cantor.