Prophetic Words Release a War in the Spirit Realm

A war is released in the spiritual realm when a prophetic word is released over your life.  Combating spiritual warfare attacks takes getting vigilant and being aggressive in prayer. The Bible says, “And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and the violent take it by force,” (Matt. 11:12).  We have to take our prophetic words by force and pray and declare over them to come to pass.

In the Bible, we discover that Jesus had spiritual warfare attacks after being prophetically declared over by the Father.

“Coming up out of the water, He immediately saw the heavens opened and the Spirit descending on Him like a dove. And a voice came from heaven, saying, ‘You are My beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.’ The Spirit immediately drove Him into the wilderness. And He was there in the wilderness for forty days, tempted by Satan, and was with the wild beasts. And the angels ministered to Him.” – Mark 1:10-13

The Father declared over Jesus, “You are My beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.”  The Father made a prophetic declaration, a verbal out loud declaration of who Jesus was.  When a statement is released in the spiritual atmosphere angels and demons can both activate on the disclosure released.  One of the affirmations we can relate to is in Proverbs.  “A man’s stomach shall be satisfied from the fruit of his mouth; From the produce of his lips, he shall be filled. Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit,” (Prov. 18-20:21).

The outspoken word that comes from our mouth has power, and especially when it is the outspoken prophetic word of God.  Since there is such power in that word, it would make sense that the devil would attempt to steal, kill and destroy it (John 10:10).  That is why Proverbs also warns us of what we speak.

The Father spoke out and declared over Jesus’ life, and two things happened, His prophetic destiny was released, and spiritual warfare started to rage against Him.  He was led into the wilderness where the devil tempted him.  The very first thing that happened after that prophetic declaration was warfare was released.  I believe most of us can relate to the warfare that encompasses a prophetic word.  However, unlike Jesus, I don’t believe we fight with the Word and rage a war back against the prophetic word.

Believers get discouraged when the prophetic word goes forth, and they don’t see the manifestation of their words.  In fact, some give up on their words all together.  We shouldn’t give up; we should get in the fight, and fight the good fight of faith (1 Tim. 6:12 and 2 Tim. 4:7).  The world needs your prophetic word to come forth in order for the Kingdom to be manifested.  This comes by not giving up when the going gets tough, but pressing in and pressing through to your breakthrough.

Your prophetic words will produce fruit and produce life!  Of course, the devil is going to want to destroy, detour and delay your assignment.  However, the victory and manifestation of prophecy is a co-laboring by you in the Spirit.  In 1 Corinthians 13:9 it says, “For we know in part, and we prophesy in part.”  Prophecy is in part.  We have to do our part after the prophesy is released.

How do you manifest your prophetic words?  Write them down and keep them in your Bible and pray and declare over them out loud.  Speak them into existence.  Take your words and attach a Scripture over each direction or write a declaration prayer as a statement to speak out and decree over it.  Dispatch angels to activate on assignment and bind and restrict the demonic realm from sending warfare against your words.  Know how to surround and protect your words and activate them.  Remember, after they are spoken the war rages and the enemy assigns destruction against them.  War and pray and fight back to release your prophetic destiny.

~ by Kathy DeGraw on October 24, 2016.

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