Is Pain Your Raging Enemy? Stand Firm! Believe And Receive!

 Isaiah: 53-5   He was wounded for our transgressions, the chastisement of our Peace was upon him, and by His Stripes we are healed.


Pain is not a simple four letter word.  On the contrary… pain is complex, complicated, confusing and compelling; appearing to have multi-level characteristics.  It is most definitely omni-present.  It will attack whomever, whenever and wherever it so pleases.  The attacks can be physical, emotional and spiritual.

Pain can actually be your friend when you heed the first warning it gives.  Unfortunately, too many of us tend to ignore that warning.  We choose to tolerate the pain, convinced that it will just go away…many times it does.

There is another side to this four letter word when pain literally becomes your raging enemy.  When you are in the battle with pain, it affects your body, your mind, your will and your emotions. It will affect every area of your life; if you don’t resist it.

The Word of God tells us to stand firm in Faith; resist the enemy; and he will flee.  Remember I just told you earlier that pain is your enemy.  The Word also tells us in the book of James that the Prayer of Faith will heal the sick; and the Lord will raise him up.

I speak from personal experience when I say…The battle with pain (whatever form it comes in)  is not to be taken lightly.  You will become weary; but don’t faint.  Refuse to accept the pain!

Sometimes God chooses to heal pain instantly.  Although many times His plan is for us to stand firm in Faith and speak His Word until the battle is won.  You see Jesus already took every sickness, disease and pain upon himself, when He went to the cross.  It is up to you and I to take the Authority He has given us; and walk in it.

I would like to share with you my profession of Faith that I am presently using to win my battle with pain. Hopefully it will help someone else in their battle.

I REFUSE TO TOLERATE PAIN. I COMMAND IT TO LEAVE MY BODY!  I AM HEALED BY THE STRIPES OF JESUS…PHYSICALLY, EMOTIONALLY AND SPIRITUALLY!  I AM GETTING BETTER AND STRONGER EACH DAY.  I CHOOSE TO BE MADE WHOLE AND I EXPECT GOD’S MIGHTY AND POWERFUL WORD TO DESTROY THIS PAIN THAT HAS A GRIP ON MY BODY! I CHOOSE    TO WALK IN DIVINE HEALTH!  IN JESUS PRECIOUS HOLY NAME!  AMEN!!

 

If pain is your raging enemy…Stand Firm!  Believe & Receive Your Healing!

 

 

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5 Responses to “Is Pain Your Raging Enemy? Stand Firm! Believe And Receive!”

  • Comment from Carter Irvin

    What your mind truly believes the body will achieve. I am not a fan of pain and BELIEVE it will not be part of my being.

  • Comment from Ken Thompson

    I have dealt with pain in one form or another for a very long time. When I had to have rotator cuff surgery 2 years ago the surgeon did a great job of extending my shoulder pain for now 2 years and counting.
    Most people don’t realize how screwed up my shoulder is because I am doing P90X and these other extremely hard workouts. I let the pain control me for a year. I gained weight because I couldn’t work. Then I decided to over come the pain and struggle everyday to make myself right. Some days are more of a struggle than others but I conquered my enemy pain.

  • @Linda & Carter & Ken,

    My brothers & sister, I stand with you and claim you freedom in the mighty name of Jesus!

  • Comment from Kris

    Pain is no one’s enemy unless they allow it. I believe in the post you provided here Ms. Linda! Thanks for the reminder and I hope that some one finds this and is awakened!

    Kris

  • Comment from Linda Basta

    Thank you so much for your article on pain, Linda.
    I have struggled with constant and chronic pain for many years now.
    I needed that reminder and encouragement so much.
    The Lord is my strength!
    I”LL be using your confession every day. Thanks

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