Demolishing Strongholds, Part 2

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2 Corinthians 10:3-5, 2:11; Galatians 3:16; Psalm 119; Ephesians 6:10-11; Genesis 1:11-12; Luke 8:11; James 4:7; Isaiah 10:27; 1 John 2:20; 1 Corinthians 1


Examples of Strongholds

Pride, self-righteousness, stubbornness, judgmental attitudes, being critical, fear, insecurity, inferiority complex, rejection, bitterness; blaming others, envy, covetousness, controlling spirit, revenge, suspicion, anger, profanity, addictions, pornography, adultery.


– We all may have strongholds but we also have weapons to destroy them.

– We cannot come against strongholds with natural weapons, like will power.

– We cannot expect to get supernatural results with natural responses.

– The armor of God and the Fruit of the Spirit are our spiritual weapons.

– Repentance, turning away from our sin, is a spiritual weapon.

– Obedience is also a spiritual weapon.

– The enemy is looking to protect every high thing that comes against the Word of God. These are strongholds.

– One of the biggest tricks that the enemy plays on people is to convince them that he doesn’t exist.

– As a man thinketh so is he.

– We have to plant the right seed.

– Seeds are made to produce after its own kind.

– If the enemy is after our minds we must be diligent in protecting our thought life.

– We must submit to God, first. If we don’t we will be exposed.

– If we submit to God we won’t have to submit to anything in this world.

– We cannot simply ignore the thought, we have to resist it.

– We fight a thought with a thought.  A word with a Word.

– Yell a loud NO to the devil. 

– Say a quiet yes to God with your obedience.

– When we speak the Word of God, we speak the anointing. The anointing removes the stronghold, the burdens we are carrying.