Spiritual Warfare and the Lives of Pastors and Church Leaders

Brandon Cox | 4/24/2018 | Staff
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The struggle is real.

When you drop the phrase spiritual warfare into a casual conversations, you often get mixed reactions.

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On the one hand, a lot of people are skeptics when it comes to anything invisible or supernatural. In fact, many people will believe in heaven and angels but choose not to believe in **** or demons.

On the other hand, a lot of people can get downright superstitious about the subject. Everything bad that happens is perceived as a demonic attack.

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In the middle are most of the pastors I know, who believe rather strongly in the existence and power of heavenly beings – both angels and demons – that exist all around us in a heavenly, spiritual realm hidden to our eyes and human senses.

And this spiritual realm is not, right now, at peace. It’s a war zone.

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Don’t misunderstand. It isn’t a battle of God versus Satan or good versus evil. All power and authority, in heaven and in earth, belongs to God alone and has been granted to his kingly Son who rose victoriously from the dead, defeating once and for all the power of sin and death.

So the war rages on, for now, until the appointed day when King Jesus will speak a decisive and final end to the conflict.

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Pastors and church leaders are on the front lines of the battle, where the smell of smoke, sweat, and blood always hangs in the air.

God gave Paul the power to perform unusual miracles. When handkerchiefs or aprons that had merely touched his skin were placed on sick people, they were healed of their diseases, and evil spirits were expelled. A group of Jews was traveling from town to town casting out evil spirits. They tried to use the name of the Lord Jesus in their incantation, saying, “I command you in...
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