Eight Keys to Overcoming Spiritual Attacks

OVERCOMING SPIRITUAL ATTACKS

Learn these eight keys to overcoming spiritual attacks!

Anyone taking your men’s restoration course are likely to become a target of Satan’s attack.
Thus, this is an important lesson they need to learn. As a course leader, create your own page of the 8 key points and
use that as a discussion guide to help the male participants grasp these keys for themselves.

1. IDENTIFY THE ENEMY


(Corinthians 10:3-6) The enemy of your soul is not:

a. spouse
b. children
c. Mother
d. Dad
e. Boss at work or at the center
f. computer
g. mind (you are not going crazy)
h.Your body’s various members


2. BE PREPARED


( II Timothy 2:15)

a. Study to show yourself approved

b. Remember Psalm 119:4-6: your steps are directed by God without shame

c. Practice Psalm 119:11 To graft the WORD of GOD into your soul that you might not sin against God.


3. RECOGNIZE THE ATTACK‚ SOURCE


(Ephesians 6:10-18)

a. Act vs reacting

b. Bend vs breaking

c. Use your spiritual eyes to see the problem vs looking through natural eyes at the circumstance


4. RESPOND WITH A STRONG OFFENSE


(YOUR BEST DEFENSE)

a. Speak to the Devil like Jesus did. (Luke 4:1-13
– Vs 4: “It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.”

– Vs. 8: And Jesus answered and said to him (satan) “It has been said, you shall not tempt the Lord your God.”

b.Speak to the demon sent on assignment to harass or harm you in JESUS NAME not your own (remember the sons of Sciva) Remember, Jesus said: “Come Out!” to the legion of demons.

c. Submit your will to God (James 4:7)

d. Resist the Devil (and all his demons) and he, by God’s own order must flee (James 4:7)

e. Bind all demonic forces with the authority given to you the believer. (Matthew 18:18)


5. STAND, KNOWING THE BATTLE IS NOT YOURS


Read II Chronicles 20:1-24. Learn the lesson of Jehosaphat.

a. Set your face toward God

b. Rehearse the things God has said

c. Rehearse the things God has done

d. Praise God

e. Stand firm believing God is able

f. Never doubt God

g. Watch God defeat the enemy in your midst


6. PUT ON YOUR ARMOUR


(Ephesians 6:10-18)

a. Put on the Belt of TRUTH:

b. Put on the Breast plate of RIGHTEOUSNESS:

c. Put on the Shoes of PEACE:

d. Lift up a Shield of FAITH:

e. Put on the Helmet of SALVATION:

f. Use your Sword of the SPIRIT, which is The WORD of GOD:

g. Pray without ceasing:


7. CONNECT WITH OTHER BELIEVERS



a. When you are attacked, someone else is there to pray for you

b. When you are weak, they can be strong

c. When you are tempted, they can hold you accountable

d. When you are overwhelmed, they will be there to hold you up.


8. BE COVERED AND PROTECTED

a. Establish a relationship with intercessors, people who know how to pray fervently and effectually on your behalf.

b. Submit to the authority and prayer covering of your pastor.

c. Join a prayer team so that many people can keep you covered.
The fact is you will be attacked. The more you do for the Lord, the greater the level of attack will be thrown your way.

Remember this outline, when the attack comes your way. it always comes suddenly, typically when you are at your weakest.

When you are alone, tired, and weak. Expect the attacks. Have a strong offense as your best defense!
Help your male clients learn this lesson by putting the key points into a home work assignment.


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