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Do evil spirits have power over us ?

Christian’s do not need to be afraid of evil spirits as Christ has disarmed all of them by His death and resurrection. To quote St. Paul, “He disarmed the principalities and powers and made a public example of them, triumphing over them in him. Therefore let no one pass judgment on you in questions of food or a new moon or a sabbaths. These are only shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs to Christ.” (Col. 2: 15-17). It is a lack of faith in God that trusts in the forces of nature to control the destiny of the Child of God.

It was when the Spirit of God departed from Saul that the evil spirit came upon Saul (I Sam. 16: 14). What can the evil spirit do to the believing children of God who are in the Spirit of God ? The power of Jesus over the evil spirits is clear in the record incidents of exorcism in the N. T. Any evil spirit will flee if Christ is in us.

Similarly, we should not believe in fate or in fatalism. Nothing happens to us without the knowledge of our Savior and all things work together for good to them that love the Lord, those called according to His purpose (Rom. 8: 28). Belief in Providence is sufficient to have no belief in fate. Lack of faith leads to doubts and fear.

Fate is also a concept, which suggests that we have a predestined life. But that is not the case since God has given us free will, our actions have a direct impact on our future.

Those who believe in omens, are also not true believers in Christ. Even those who believe that magic or evil spirits have power over us must remember the incident of Aaron’s rod swallowing the rods of the magicians of Egypt (Ex. 7: 8-13), showing thereby that the power of God is always above the power of all magicians. As God who is our Father who has given you the authority over your life and to paint your own future why should we ask someone to write our destiny for us

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1st and 4th Sunday: Neath SA11 2YY                   

8:30 am – 11:00 am (Holy Qurbana)
11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Sunday School)                                                     12:00pm – 12:30pm (MOMS & Youth Meeting)                             

2nd Sunday: Cardiff                                                   

9:00 am- 11:30 am (Holy Qurbana)                                                             Cardiff Prayer meeting after Holy Qurbana

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