Understand The Path To Wholeness

People who have their basis of love and sense of self worth rooted in their achievements instead of being Christ centered are heading down the wrong pathways. They are sadly embracing the spirit of pride and this is often a place where the spirit of fear is able to enter in as well. The spirit of fear comes in because there is no allowance for failure or weakness. This means when there is a weakness and all of us have places where we have fallen short of the glory of God, the enemy is able to set up ungodly thoughts so a person goes into things like guilt, condemnation and self bitterness. Eventually that self-accusation along with the spirit of fear and bitterness comes and joins forces so it allows things like tumour’s and growth’s to form in a part of the endocrine system that is connected and being dictated by the spirit of fear. Fear being opposite of faith and without faith it is impossible to please the Lord. Let us understand this is how sickness and diseases often begin. For example, the adrenal gland produces a hormone called Aldosterone which regulates the amount of salt (sodium) and water filtered through the kidneys into the urine. Continual poisonous thinking can eventually cause such things as a growth to attach itself to the adrenal gland. This causes a chemical called Aldosterone to be produced in excess, and this is not good news because it causes high blood pressure. For this means less salt and water are being filtered out the kidney and as a result the blood volume is increased. Excess Aldosterone also appears to be the causes behind such things as muscle weakness, having the sensation of pins and needles (paraesthesiae) and abnormal heart rhythm which are due to the loss of potassium through the kidneys. So this is important understand that you might help restore others and yourself.
Your identity and sense of self worth really must come from knowing who you are in Christ, and not from your achievement or performance. Too many people in and outside the church are perishing from lack of knowledge.
May I simply pray that you now release yourself from performance, perfectionism and trying to meet the expectations of others. There is only one who is perfect and He is the Lord our God, let us cast all our concern on Christ who cares for you. (1 Peter 5:7) May I take authority over the spirit of fear and command it leave you now and go in the almighty name of Jesus/Yeshua that you be released from fear of failure that has been driving you to do everything right and tries to tell you that who you are is what you do. May you determine in your heart this very day to make allowances for weakness and give yourself more wiggle room for any mistakes you make. For the Holy Word of God tells us that “when I am weak, He is made strong” (2 Corinthians 12: 9) and “Though the righteous shall fall seven times, the Lord will lift them up!” (Proverbs 24:16). I pray that you be released now from such fearful ungodly thoughts as what others think of me? All that matters is what God almighty thinks of you and He loves you beyond measure. Therefore I pray you are able to forgive all those who have offended and wounded you including yourselves that you be release from the spirit of guilt and shame. Let us take our God given authority over all these unclean lying spirits and allow the Holy Spirit to do what is pleasing to the Lord in our life. So that all unloving accusing spirits that accuses you for mistakes be broken off you and commanded to leave and not return in the almighty name of Jesus/Yeshua. I pray this day you choose to love yourself for who you are in Christ and not because of what you do or accomplish in this fallen world. Amen.

I pray the Lord’s supernatural peace, healing, provision and protection cover you always with oceans of Agape love. PASTOR CASPAR

Pastor, Author, Musician, Artist, Researcher, Lecturer,

 Caspar McCloud Ministries ©2014 http://www.theupperroomfellowship.org/

Luke 21:28 “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.”


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