Mon, 11 June 2012
HOW TO DOUBLE ATTACK AND DEFEAT YOUR PROBLEMS
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The Holy Bible teaches us how to DOUBLE attack our problems and to defeat them. Psalm 63 is a Psalm of David when he was in the wilderness of Judea. David was in the cave of Adullam with all the members of the "3-D Club" – everyone who was in DISTRESS, and everyone who was in DEBT, and everyone who was DISCONTENTED (bitter of soul). There were about 400 of them; and David became captain of them.
The prophet Gad warned David to leave there and go to the land of Judah, so David went into the forest of Hareth. [1 Samuel 22:5]
Psalm 63:3 says, "Because your loving kindness is better than life, my lips shall praise you."
The Hebrew word for "praise" used in this passage is "shabach" and means "to address in a loud tone, and also "to pacify." It is found 11 times in the Tanakh (Hebrew Old Testament). In eight of those passages it is used to express PRAISE. In the other three, it is used in passages to STILL, such as concerning the calming of the sea (Psalm 65:7; Psalm 89:9) and also of calming or quieting things within a person's heart (Proverbs 29:11). "Shabach" means "to praise, to still, to triumph."
You can praise with words, you can calm with words, and you can triumph with words.
FIRST, use praise!
The Bible teaches that God inhabits, or dwells in, the praises of His people. Literally he "makes his house" in the praise of His people. "But You are holy, You that inhabits the praises of Israel." [Psalm 22:3]
When you praise God, you are creating an atmosphere for God to invade your situation!
Also, if it is a situation where someone is angry with you (justly or unjustly), ask God to turn the situation around and claim this promise from His Word.
"Surely the wrath of man will praise You: (and) the remainder of wrath You will restrain." [Psalm 76:10]
Pray, and ask God to make the person's wrath PRAISE God. Then ask God to restrain the remainder of the wrath! I have done this many times in my life and I have NEVER seen it to fail. God has always honored His Word!
SECOND, do what Jesus did!
In the Brit Chadashah (Hebrew New Testament) at Mark 4:36-39 we read:
"And when they had sent away the multitude, they took him [Jesus] as He was in the ship. And there was also with Him other little ships. And there arose a great storm of wind, and the waves beat into the ship, so that it was now full.
And He was in the back of the ship, asleep on a pillow, and they awoke Him, and said unto Him, 'Master, don't you care that we perish?' And He arose, and REBUKED the WIND, and SAID to the SEA, 'Peace, be still.' And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm."
Many of you know the Biblical truths of speaking in faith. We can see this in Mark 11:22-24 in Jesus' own words. The purpose of this teaching is to draw attention to WHY our Lord spoke to BOTH the wind and the sea.
There may be certain circumstances in your life NOW . . . and probably will be in the FUTURE . . . which will require you to DO what you learn in this newsletter. For whatever reasons of causation, certain situations can CONTINUE that the enemy would use to bring fear, defeat, concern, sickness, poverty, or other malevolent processes into action. There are two (2) things you need to do:\
1. You need to speak to the CAUSE . . . the ROOT or ORIGIN . . . of these processes and rebuke them as Jesus did the wind: command them to cease and desist in the name of Jesus.
2. You need to speak to the EFFECT . . . THE CONTINUING PROCESS . . . which is the result of the cause as Jesus did to the sea: command the process to die and cease operating in the name of Jesus.
Now, you know how to DOUBLE ATTACK your problems and to DEFEAT them!
You can PRAISE!
You can CALM
You can TRIUMPH!
Baruch haba b'Shem Adonai.
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