Battle For the Body
Battle For the Body The early Church viewed their spiritual experience in terms of warfare. Military terminology is used throughout the New Testament. Protection was seen in the armour of God. The Word of God was compared to a sword. Satan's attacks were called fiery darts. Faith was the "good fight" and believers were told to "war a good warfare.” The early Church knew they were engaged in an intense spiritual struggle. It is a Battle For the Body. The Bible states that God's people are destroyed because of a lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6).
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More On Battle For The Body One of the areas in which believers are defeated due to lack of knowledge is in this invisible warfare. There is a great war being waged in the world today. It is not a conflict between nations, tribes, or government leaders. It is not a rebellion or coup. It is an important invisible battle in the spirit world. It is a Battle For the Body.
The Christian life is war. The sooner we recognize and prepare for it, the sooner we will experience victory. One aspect of this invisible war targets the soul and spirit of man.
But there is another part of this warfare that is manifested in the physical realm. Satan has targeted the physical bodies of believers because he knows that weak and sickly warriors cannot wage an effective battle against his kingdom.
Luke 14:31 says, "What king, going to make war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consulteth whether he is able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand?"
No one should ever enter battle without a careful examination of his resources and the development of battle strategies.
In this course, we are making a careful evaluation of the strategies available to win the war against Satan in the battle for your body. You will learn to do battle for your physical body and to minister these truths to other wounded warriors in God's army.
And I am sure that when I come to you, I shall come in the fullness of the blessing of the gospel of Christ. (Rom 15:29)