Satan, you are Not welcome Here

Satan, you are Not welcome Here

“In their case the god of the world has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, to keep them from seeing the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.”

Have you ever entered a home where you can just feel the presence of peace and holiness, and then walked into a home and you feel the anxiety of something weighing you down and as if something is lurking just below the surface that isn’t good? That is the feeling a person gets when they enter a house of God, in which Satin in not allowed in, and one of which he is. It becomes straining on a Christian when they tell Satan to leave daily and there is someone else in the house who is praying to him. I bet you have heard the saying that, “A house divided cannot stand,” well, it is true. It is true that the house will divide, because if two people are polar opposite in their faith, then what do they have to hold the house together? Loving each other sometimes doesn’t seem to be enough to hold the “house” together. Satan can shatter love. He is good at it. However, since God made people in the image of him, the believer, born again Christian is strong enough to hold onto that love, and that belief, that faith is what will conquer Satan, and save the non-believer’s life.

It may not be an easy fight, but it is a fight nonetheless. It gets even worse when the Christian is close to God, because Satan likes to raddle his chains even more, because he wants nothing more than to separate a Christian from God. He takes pleasure in distracting a Christian, giving them the silliest reasons to not want to go to church or just making them extra tired that morning. Satan will even use the Christian, when they are off their guard, to say the one hurtful thing to a non-believer that will delay the non-believer to come close to Jesus.

Satan will use the non-believer to cause the Christian pain, because they are incapable of forgiving quickly and whole heartily.

However, no matter what kind of pain the Christian might feel they have been given power and authority by Jesus, “Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall hurt you.” Therefore, the Christian can tell Satan to hit the road and go to hell, in Jesus name. For example,

“You are NOT welcome here Satan! Leave and take your demons with you in Jesus Name! Go to HELL and Never come back, IN JESUS NAME! Jesus, I thank you for sending Satan and his demons away, please send in your angels, send in the Holy Ghost, and cover me in your love. God, you are ruler of my life! In Jesus name, Amen.”

That is what we must do, and it doesn’t matter how many times you must do it, because sending Satan away is the only good thing you can ever do with him. Taking back your life and then placing it safely back in God’s hands, is the best thing you can do. God understands. He gets it. Sometimes Satan gets the best of us. Sometimes Satan just won’t seem to leave, and you must be persistent, constantly using the authority Jesus gave you to make him leave, and surrendering to God. It might seem like an infinity loop, but it you claim victory in Jesus Name, you will receive victory, but you must make Satan and his demons leave for Good. Draw close to God and He will draw close to you. God knows you are serious, and God is seriously working for your victory.

Dear Lord,

Satan is a nasty trickster, I don’t like him, and I will send him away whenever I feel like his coming near. Keep me close to you. Change my heart oh, God, make it ever new. Please, free my husband from Satan’s grasps. Soften his heart to be receptive to you. Cover him in your love and mercy. Please give him a heart full of forgiveness. Captivate him. Send him people into his life who will pray for him and not be afraid of sharing the gospel with him. Give him good, true Christian men to model after. Ones with families and strong faith.

For anyone reading this post, Lord, lead them to salvation. Bring them victory. Let them find peace and joy. Give them a heart full of grace.

I pray these things in Jesus Name,

Amen.