The Sunday Morning Special! “An Anonymous Horde: Silencing Legion In The Church”


The Sunday Morning Special!

What is the name of the demonic spirit behind anonymous behavior on the internet? What is the spiritual source of internet “haters”? Is the Body of Christ helpless against this anonymous horde? Or has Jesus given us authority to defeat it?

Join Monica Dennington in spiritual warfare, as she goes straight to the Bible to find out what authority we have over this demonic entity, and as the Church comes together to put this evil force to flight by the authority of Jesus Christ.

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“Jesus asked him, ‘What is your name?’ And he said, ‘My name is Legion, for we are many.”

Mark 5:9 (NET)

 

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2 Responses to “The Sunday Morning Special! “An Anonymous Horde: Silencing Legion In The Church””

  1. Eph. 6:12 “We wrestle not against flesh incunjunction with blood; but we wrestle against flesh incunjunction with {Greek: (“arche”+”exousia”) = (domain of Rights)}; we wrestle against flesh in cunjunction with {Greek: (“cosmos”) = (worldly thoughts)} ; and we wrestle against flesh in conjunction with {Greek: (“paneria”) = (the way of the curse)}.
    James 4:11 is hard to balance with Rom. 16:17 – If our motive is to correct someone with first judging the person’s offense, this is still judging, but the motive is for unity. (if a pastor is causing division, I believe the offence should be exposed (judged) and talked about, but the pastor him/her/self should not be “judged” – only the action should be judged.

    Thankyou so much for blessing me with the WORD.

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  2. 1Tim 6:17 is a great commission “charge them that are rich in this world to not be high minded; not trusting in uncertain riches; but in the living God who gives all things richly to enjoy”
    I believe we should charge people to not buy insurance (insurance is trust in money and is a bondage to circumstances (Col.2:8) (also, insurance is based on coveteousness because it is not being content with only what is designated to you, it’s looking to what is designated to your neighbor – entering into consentual covetousness; instead of the spirit of giving. Of course, Jesus would not buy insurance.

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