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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

People especially Christians wonder why instead of being blessed (since Christians are the most blessed people walking on the earth right now), Christians sometimes live a cursed life (for what a curse is look at my article, What is a curse?).

While a blessing is gotten by one condition thus diligently obeying the voice of God, a curse is gotten by disobedience. (Deut 28:1-2, 15-16).

A curse is gotten through disobedience of the statutes of God, his standards. The story of Job is a case in point that demonstrates why Christians can be cursed.

Job's Case, Your Story: When the devil wanted to attack Job he would see a hedge of protection around Job(1:10). This hedge is what protects us from any curse of the enemy ... we need that hedge every-way we go...may God continually put His hedge around you and all that concerns you! Amen.
 Why Do Christians Get Cursed? A Must Read!

However one day Job himself broke the hedge and exposes himself to the curse of sickness. Fear is not of God and it binds the hand of God and mobilises satan's hand. Job confesses: "the thing I greatly is come upon me..."(3:25). Fear opened the door for the curse because Job broke the spiritual hedge. The Bible further explains that in Ecc 10:8: "...he that breaketh a hedge, a serpent shall bite him." The serpent is the devil and if you break the hedge by not obeying God, the devil will strike you.

As a Christian, you cannot be cursed unless there is a reason for that curse to prosper. Check with me Proverbs 26:2: "As a bird by wandering, as a swallow by flying, so the curse without a cause shall not come." There must be a cause in your life for a curse to come otherwise I declare that, no weapon forged against you shall prosper! Amen. That is God's will for you!

In my next article I will explore some of the reasons or causes of the resting of curses over your life. For now ask God to forgive you for all disobedience that might have opened doors to the enemy or broken the hedge protecting you.

My prayer is you to live a curse-free life. That is your destiny. Pray, Lord Jesus, I ask you to enter my heart and please forgive me for all disobedience that has opened doors in my life. Holy Spirit help me to align myself to my father in Heaven, in Jesus' name.

I love you all!

Apostle Pride Sibiya

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Greetings to you all. The essence of Satan Tasa is not in focusing on attacking the devil but in developing a closer relationship and walk with God that will render satan defeated. Am well pleased to let you know that this year we will have a great and fruitful time as we fast and pray.
The early days of Satan Tasa
As we fast and pray I see mighty, powerful, ancient territorial spirits bending and giving way to a mighty flow of awesome grace of MEGA and especially MEGA SOULS in 2015. As we do let us read through the book of Acts of the Apostles.

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The early days of Satan Tasa

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Friday, 25 July 2014

Missing person: The Holy Spirit
Many people may have had an experience like that of the little girl who heard the Holy Ghost (as the Holy Spirit is sometimes called) mentioned in church from time to time, but so vaguely and infrequently she could only guess what sort of ghost this might be. So one day, when she venture down into the dark furnace room in the church's cellar, she decided with a child's firm logic that this spooky place must be where the Holy Ghost lurked.

The fact is, adult believers often act as if the Holy Spirit really was hiding in the church cellar. They may know something about the Holy Spirit, but they don't know Him personally or realize that He is God in the same way the Son and the Father are God. When they read the Bible, many people are surprised to find that the Holy Spirit was at the very dawn of time: "The Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters" (Genesis1:2), and many are amazed to find out there are approximately 100 references to the Holy Spirit throughout the Old and New Testaments.

Nevertheless, the Spirit's role is fundamental both to creation and the life of the believer. When a person comes to Jesus Christ, he receives Christ into his heart. The Spirit of God comes and joins with the spirit of the believer. This "indwelling Spirit" reproduces the life of Jesus in the believer's life.

The Baptism in the Holy Spirit
What, Then, Is The Baptism In The Holy Spirit?
The baptism in the Holy Spirit is an empowering for service that takes place in the life of the Christian (Acts 1:5,8). In it we are immersed in the Spirit's life and power.

To illustrate, if we drank water from a glass, then the water would be inside us. However, if we went to the beach and stepped into the ocean, then we would be in the water. We receive, as it were, a drink of the Holy Spirit when we are saved, but when we are baptized in the Spirit, it is as if that initial drink becomes an ocean that completely surrounds us.

Just as the indwelling Spirit that Christians receive when they are saved reproduces the life of Jesus, so the outpoured, or baptizing, Spirit reproduces the ministry of Jesus, including miracles and healings.

Why Do We Need The Baptism In The Holy Spirit?
We need a power beyond ourselves for service and ministry in Christ's Kingdom.

When Jesus gave the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20), He knew that His disciples could not fulfill it in their own power. Therefore, He had a special gift in store for them: It was His plan to give them the same power that He had -- the power of the Spirit of God. So, immediately after giving them the Great Commission, Jesus commanded his disciples not to leave Jerusalem, but to wait for what the Father promised, "which," He said, "you heard of from Me; for John baptized with water, but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days from now" (Acts 1:4-5). He further promised: "You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth" (Acts 1:8).

The disciples waited in Jerusalem as Jesus had commanded, and one day when they were all together, "suddenly there came from heaven a noise like a violent, rushing winds, and it filled the whole house where they were sitting. And there appeared to them tongues as of fire distributing themselves, and they rested on each one of them. And they were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit was giving them utterance" (Acts 2:3,4). Then Peter explained to the crowd that gathered that they were seeing the working of God's Spirit and told them about Jesus. The Christian church began that day with the disciples and the three thousand people who joined them as a result of the day's events.

We can undertake making disciples of all nations with some degree of success without the baptism in the Holy Spirit, but when we do, we are undertaking a supernatural task with limited power.

It is God's will -- it is His commandment -- that we be baptized, or filled with the Holy Spirit: "Be filled with the Spirit" (Ephesians 5:18). The knowledge and reality of the empowering Spirit enables us to reproduce the works of Jesus.

When May I Receive The Baptism In The Holy Spirit?
It can take place at the moment you confess faith in Christ, as in the case of the first Gentile convert, Cornelius (Acts 10:44-46; 11:15, 16); but often it occurs some time after the salvation experience (Acts 8:12-17).

Is There Anything To Fear?
Some people fear that if they ask for the baptism in the Holy Spirit, what they experience won't be the authentic working of the Spirit. But once they do ask for it, they are always glad they did. God doesn't cause us to do anything we don't want to, and all His gifts are good and perfect (James 1:17). Jesus said, "Now suppose one of you fathers is asked by his son for a fish; he will not give him a snake instead of a fish, will be? Or if he is asked for an egg, he will not give him a scorpion, will he? If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him?" (Luke 11:11-13). The baptism in the Holy Spirit is an even better gift than any material gift you could receive, and God wants you to have it because He loves you and wants the very best for you.

What Should I Do Before Asking?
The Bible says that a wise man counts the cost before he begins to build a tower (Luke 14:28). This beautiful experience of the baptism in the Holy Spirit is a free gift, but you must be willing to submit fully to God to receive it.

Jesus will respond to a totally yielded vessel. He never asks anything of you that you are incapable of giving, nor does He ever fail to give you something greater in return when you do give your all. The joy He gives through total obedience to Him far outweighs anything you could possibly give up.

There is one more important consideration: In Acts 8, a man named Simon, deeply involved in the occult, wanted to buy the gift of the Holy Spirit. Peter sharply rebuked Simon, commanding him to repent. Therefore, if you ever at any time had anything to do with the occult (Ouija boards, fortune tellers, seances, horoscopes, ESP, transcendental mediation, hypnotism, or other such practices), you must renounce and turn away from all such sinful participation, and you must ask for God's forgiveness and cleansing.
How Do I Receive The Baptism In The Holy Spirit?

You only have to do two things.
First, once you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior you just have to ask God to baptize you in the Holy Spirit. The Bible says, "Ask, and it shall be given to you" (Luke 11:9).

Second, believe you have in fact received this gift from God. The apostle Paul, writing to the Galatians, said, "Did you receive the Spirit by the works of the law, or by hearing with faith?"

(Galatians 3:2). The answer, obviously, is faith. You have to believe that if you ask, you will receive.

Pray this prayer if you sincerely desire to receive the baptism in God's Holy Spirit:

"Heavenly Father, at this moment I come to You. I thank You that Jesus saved me. I pray that the Holy Spirit might come upon me. Lord Jesus, baptize me now in the Holy Spirit. I receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit right now by faith in Your Word. May the anointing, the glory, and the power of God come upon me and into my life right now. May I be empowered for service from this day forward. Thank You, Lord Jesus, for baptizing me in Your Holy Spirit. Amen."

Now, having asked and received, begin to practice the power of the Spirit. An ideal place to begin is where the first apostles did, praising God in a new language. To do this, begin praising God out loud in whatever words come to you. Tell Him how much you love Him. Thank Him, worship Him, and yield your voice to Him. Now let Him give you new words of praise you never heard before. Praise Him with those words, too. You'll find that thiscan be a very rewarding experience of communication with God that will build up your faith. Continue to pray to God each day in the language that the Holy Spirit has given you.

But this "prayer language" is just one of the gifts that God wants to give you through the baptism in His Spirit.

The Gifts and Fruit of the Holy Spirit

The apostle Paul told the Corinthians that the Holy Spirit would manifest Himself among them in special gifts, of which speaking in tongues was only one: "Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I do not want you to be unaware....To one is give the word of wisdom through the Spirit, and to another the word of knowledge according to the same Spirit; to another faith by the same Spirit, and to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit, and to another the distinguishing of spirit, to another various kinds of tongues, and to another the interpretation of tongues" (I Corinthians 12:1,8-10).

Paul also wrote that the Holy Spirit produces "fruit" in the lives of believers. These are virtues that demonstrate Jesus' righteousness in the lives of His disciples: "The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control" (Galatians 5:22).

So, in asking for the baptism in the Holy Spirit you are availing yourself of these gifts for advancing God's Kingdom and allowing the Holy Spirit to further cultivate in your life the fruit of righteousness -- two great helps in living a life God can use mightily for His glory.

That's the way it is with God. God is offering the baptism in the Holy Spirit to people who need only to reach out and receive it in order to be on fire to fully serve Him.

Walking in the Spirit

By now you can see that the Holy Spirit is so much more than a shadowy figure to pay lip-service to on Sunday morning. He can be with you and in your to bring new life to your Christian walk. Likewise, the baptism in the Holy Spirit is more than a single experience. It is a continual dependence on the Spirit for guidance and strength in all circumstances. "If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit" (Galatians 5:25).

The baptism in the Holy Spirit cannot be earned. You cannot become "good enough" to receive it. It is a gift from God. It is not a "cure-all" for your problems. But the same wonderful power that enabled Jesus to open blind eyes, to command the elements of nature, and to live a life pleasing to the Father during His ministry on earth is also available to you. Ask, and it shall be given to you.


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Friday, 18 July 2014

1. Stagnant water… When you see stagnant water in the dream, this represents lack of the
moving of the Holy Spirit in your life. It also means lack of progress. You need to review your spiritual life and pray against the spirit of lukewarmness.

2. Dirty water … Represents the flesh and spiritual dirtiness.

3. Hair ... Represents the glory of God. If you find your hair removed or shaved in the dream, you should address it aggressively. It means your glory has been spiritually withdrawn.
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4. Begging ... This is a plan of the devil to prevent the person from getting out of poverty or
unemployed state.

5. Traveling on an endless journey ... This means the erson is engaged in unprofitable endeavors. 

6. Being driven by unknown persons to an unknown destination ... This represents a
confused and profitless life. Ask the Holy Spirit to unseat all unprofitable drivers and make His way
plain for you.

7. Doors closing before you enter ... This represents the spirit of  “almost there”. You need to begin seriously praying against blockages at the edge of miracles.

8. The following dreams indicate that one is under the attack of the spirit of poverty:
  • Spending money lavishly,
  • Seeing yourself buying things especially after a financial breakthrough - wearing rags or tattered shoes,
  • Walking around barefoot,
  • Having products you are not able to sell,
  • Seeing your property being auctioned,
  • Seeing your pocket or purse leaking - lost substantial amount of money and never found it,
  • Thieves breaking into the house and stealing things,
  • Victim of pickpockets,
  • Seeing rats running about in your house,
  • Seeing rats running into your body,
  • Missing your properties,
  • Your bag or purse containing money is stolen - having counterfeit money.
9. Always sitting for examinations and never finishing before time is up... Demonic
stagnancy, frustration and discouragement.Declare war on ungodly delays and command success into your handwork.

10. All the dreams LISTED BELOW are dreams of defeat and backsliding. They should be addressed by prayer and fasting:
  • Death or being buried,
  • Consulting with psychics, mediums, diviners,
  • Stammering - nightmares
  • Having cancer or any other disease
  • Insanity - loss of salvation
  • A man getting married to a man (or woman to woman) - weakness toward temptation
  • Compromising holiness
  • Drinking alcohol.
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