VIDEO Spiritual Warfare, Casting Down Strongholds,The Armor of God, Two Invisible Spiritual Kingdoms


The Endless Love of Jesus Ministries
Jan 6, 2016

This is a video Remake from Derek Prince Lectures.

We Have an Enemy that takes us Seriously, So We Should take our Enemy Seriously. In this Insightful Message, we explain the Nature and Activity of Spiritual Warfare and The Nature of the War and What it is. This Message also Includes how to use the Armor of God and how to Bind the Strong Man.

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Righteous living is not achieved by keeping a set of rules, but by being led by a Personal Guide: The Holy Spirit.

You May Say, I know Jesus Christ, But Does Jesus Christ Know You?

Its Having a Personal Relationship with our Creator/Savior That Will Determine Where You Spend Eternity.

Jesus Christ is Everything, or He’s Nothing.

Love God More by realizing his Beauty, Mercy and his gift of Salvation which is only in Jesus Christ our Lord & Savior.

A Special and Warm Loving Thank You that words can never explain to our ever Merciful Loving Father in Heaven who in Eternity looked upon me will all my filthiness, my fallenness, my pride, my sin and said I want that man in my family, I will do anything to get him in my family, I will pay for him to be in my family with my son’s life, That’s real Love people. That’s mega off the charts Love.

My brain has not reached the point where it can form a thought that can adequately describe the greatness of my God and my lungs have not yet developed the ability to release a breathe with enough agility to breathe out the greatness of His Love.

Jesus, being perfect in all aspects, bridged the gap between God and man, by becoming the only God-Man — completely divine, yet completely human at the same time.

God’s gift to mankind was Jesus Christ – His only son, Jesus came to earth to die for us on the Cross, He took our hell on the cross that we deserved.

You can either accept the gift of Jesus and turn from your evil ways and sin to have everlasting life with God in Heaven or you will stand guilty in front of the gift that you Rejected when you Die.

Jesus says: I am the Truth and the Life, nobody comes to the Father except threw me.

Jesus is the King of kings and Lord of lords yet also the servant of us all and every knee will bow to him and call him Lord whether you like it or not.

There had to be a way to bridge the gap, to SAVE mankind from eternal separation from God. Jesus Christ is that Bridge.

Jesus Christ our Messiah is the only Bridge to Everlasting Life!

Because God has so abundantly provided for us who deserve nothing from Him, we should determine to give of ourselves abundantly in service to Him, to whom we owe everything.

We must fully understand that until the Lord returns there are souls to reach and Ministries of every sort to be Performed.

Our work for the Lord, if it is truly for Him and done in His power, cannot fail to accomplish what He wants accomplished.
Every good work believers do has eternal benefits that the Lord Himself guarantees. Jesus tells us, “Behold, I am coming soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to everyone according to what he has done” (Revelation 22:12).

Our motivation is that we have God’s own promise that our work “is not in vain” in the Lord “since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.
It is the Lord Christ you are serving” (Colossians 3:24).

God Wants 100% of Your Heart, not 50% – The Darkness is growing, we must arise and SHINE brighter to pierce it and prepare the way of the LORD!

Would you be willing to put your whole-hearted faith on Jesus to make it to Heaven… instead of trusting yourself and your own way? If you say yes, and will trust what the Bible promises to every sinner who would believe on Jesus Christ, would you humbly go to God in prayer and ask Him to save you in the name of Jesus?

The Fruit of Faith is Repentance and saved people obey the teachings of Jesus Christ.

There is Power in the name of Jesus and at the end of life you will meet God.

Jesus will either be your Savior or your Judge.

Repentance is a sweet surrender. Give God all your problems in Prayer and he will fix them.

The Bible says turn from your wicked ways and Trust in our Lord Jesus Christ by Inviting him into your life and pick up your Cross everyday and Walk, Listen and Obey our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Jesus will give you the Strength that you need everyday to follow him. Trust Him!!!

Just Give him 100% of Your Heart And He will not Fail You!

He Promises You in his Holy Bible That he will never leave you nor forsake you.

Jesus wants to have a Personal Relationship with you as you walk with him daily.

Christ is The Savior of the Whole World and God is waiting for you with open arms and ready to forgive you of all your sins.

Call on him before its to late. Amen.

Amen and all the Glory be to God our Loving Father in Heaven.

Wonders in Focus

For from him and through him and for him are all things. Romans 11:36

Some of us are inclined to look at the world and see only what’s wrong. DeWitt Jones is a National Geographic photographer who has used his profession to celebrate what’s right about the world. He waits and watches until a shaft of light or turn of perspective suddenly reveals a wonder that had been there all along. He uses his camera to find beauty in the most common faces of people and nature.

If anyone had reason to focus on the wrongs of the world, Job did. After losing all that had given him joy, even his friends became his accusers. Together their voices taunted him for not admitting that he was suffering for sins he was hiding. When Job cried out to the heavens for help, God remained silent.

All creation points to God. 

Finally, from within the chaos of a whirlwind and the darkness of a storm, God asked Job to consider wonders of nature that reflect a wisdom and power far beyond our own (Job 38:2–4).

Would He now ask us? What about something as natural as the ways of a dog, cat, fluttering leaf, or blade of grass? Could a shaft of light, or a turn of perspective, reveal—even in our pain—the mind and heart of a Creator who has been with us and for us all along?

Father in heaven, we’ve spent too much time thinking only about what is wrong and broken with our world. Please help us to see evidence of Your presence in the wonder of what only You could have done.

In the faces of nature there are wonders that never cease.

By Mart DeHaan 


Job had heard many “answers” to the problem of his pain, but he wanted to hear from the Lord. When he did, God asked Job a series of questions that revealed His infinite superiority. And His questions pointed to the wonders of creation.

All creation points to God. A key way He speaks to us is through that creation. How refreshing to commune with our Lord as we enjoy His handiwork!

The Promise of Humility

1 Peter 5:5-7

Jesus’ life exemplified humility. While on earth, He did not assert His rights, but cloaking himself with humanity, He chose to live in full obedience as a servant to His Father (Phil. 2:5-7). He laid aside His rightful glory and authority and humbled Himself to the point of death on a cross.

Our Savior’s example was and is countercultural. This world does not value humility; rather, our culture applauds high achievement, outward beauty, elevated positions, or exceptional skills. But Christ calls His disciples to deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow Him (Luke 9:23).

Which way will we choose? Peter clearly outlines our options in today’s passage. If we choose God’s way of humility, we are promised that spiritual blessings will follow. But if we forsake His path, He’ll oppose us because, in essence, we’re working against Him in our arrogant self-sufficiency. However, when we humble ourselves by yielding to His authority and obeying Him, He becomes our source of confidence and strength.

Although our society places a high value on instant gratification and recognition for achievement, God honors us according to His own perfect ways and timing. He assures us that if we choose meekness—living in submission to Jesus as Master of our life—He will reward us, both here on earth and in the life to come (Matt. 5:5 NIV).

The decision is yours to make: Will you humble yourself and live for God’s glory rather than your own, or will you plot your own course and invite His opposition?

Winds of the World

“The wind goeth toward the south, and turneth about unto the north; it whirleth about continually, and the wind returneth again according to his circuits.” (Ecclesiastes 1:6)

This is one of the Bible’s many scientific insights, written long before such a process was discovered in the modern science of meteorology. The basic circulation of the atmosphere (which generates the winds of the world) is “toward the south” near the ground, which then “turneth about unto the north” aloft. The heated air near the equator expands and rises, then flows north to replace the colder, heavier air which has descended to the ground in the polar regions.

This simple north-south-north cycle is complicated, however, by the earth’s rotation. Further complexities are introduced by the different topographical features of the surface (oceans, mountains, etc.), but the end result is a general circulation of the whole atmosphere, which “whirleth about continually, and . . . returneth again according to his circuits.”

None of this was understood at all until very modern times, but this ancient verse in Ecclesiastes corresponds beautifully to modern science. In fact, it was not even known until recent times that air had weight, but the patriarch Job had noted about 4,000 years ago that “he . . . seeth under the whole heaven; to make the weight for the winds” (Job 28:24-25), and this fact is essential to the atmospheric circulation.

This is only one of many scientific principles implied in the Bible ages before men discovered them in their scientific research. In contrast, there are no demonstrable scientific errors in the Bible. This is not really surprising, for the same God who wrote the Word made the world! In Jesus Christ “are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Colossians 2:3). HMM

Let every man take heed how he buildeth

Nehemiah 3:1-3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 20, 27-29, 31, 32

In the rebuilding of Jerusalem several circumstances deserve our notice. We are unable to read the full record of all the workers, and therefore we will select verses of an interesting nature from—

Nehemiah 3:1

Those who were chief in office led the way; they did the work most appropriate to them, for they repaired the gate by which the sheep entered the city for sacrifice, and they did it in a most commendable manner, sanctifying all that they did. Both in our service, and in the manner of it, all believers, being priests unto God, should be examples to others.

Nehemiah 3:2

And next unto him builded the men of Jericho.

They had less interest in the work, being men of another town, but they lent their aid cheerfully. If we help ourselves, others will be the more inclined to help us.

Nehemiah 3:3

They did their work thoroughly in its details, and this is the right way to act in the service of the Lord. Nothing should be done in a slovenly manner.

Nehemiah 3:5

They were too haughty to work, but the people would not be discouraged by them. Nobles are never so ignoble as when they despise the work of the Lord.

Nehemiah 3:8

Goldsmiths and apothecaries carry on most honourable trades, and happily these had both wealth and hearts to give it.

Nehemiah 3:10

And where could he work more suitably?

Whatever we do, let us try to serve God at home, and do good in our own neighbourhood.

Nehemiah 3:12

Good women can take their share in the Lord’s work, and it is highly honourable to them when they do so. In our houses let the daughters serve the cause of Jesus.

Nehemiah 3:20

Baruch was so eager and zealous that he finished two measures of the wall. We can never do too much for the good cause.

Nehemiah 3:27

Though forsaken by their nobles, the Tekoites did double work. If great men will not serve God, the poorer sort must shame them by doing double.

Nehemiah 3:32

And so, by the labours of all, the circle of the wall was complete, and Jerusalem was protected. The church of God in our day needs building up, and it is the duty of each believer to take his share in the work. What can we do? Let the question go round among us, What can I do? Do I really love the Lord, and trust in his Son Jesus? If so, what shall I do, my Saviour to praise?


As labourers on thy church’s walls,

Lord, give us grace to be

Content to lift the heaviest load

Through life’s long day for Thee.


Of wages we will ask no more,

When thou shalt call us home,

Than to have shared that travail sore,

Which makes thy kingdom come.


Except You Repent Of Sin

The rest of mankind… still did not repent. (Revelation 9:20)

There are many compelling lessons to be drawn from the Scriptures and one of the clearest is that sinful and rebellious people can never be forced into repentance.

The same act that may cause one person to repent and believe will cause others to hate and despise God!

The same Bible sermon that brings the person to tearful submission at an altar of prayer will send others out with pride and a resolve to have their own human way.

Students of the Scriptures are aware that the Old Testament prophets and the writing apostles of New Testament times foresaw and proclaimed God’s coming day of judgment—the consummate settling of accounts between the Sovereign God and his rebellious and sinful creation.

How desperately we would like to believe that in the face of coming judgment, all lost men and women will cry out to God, but such will not be the case: “The rest of mankind that were not killed by these plagues still did not repent” (Revelation 9:20).


To Others An “Ensample”

“Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.” Phil. 4:9

It is well when a man can with advantage be so minutely copied as Paul might have been. Oh, for grace to imitate him this day and every day!

Should we, through divine grace, carry into practice the Pauline teaching, we may claim the promise which is now open before us; and what a promise it is! God, who loves peace, makes peace, and breathes peace, will be with us. “Peace be with you is a sweet benediction; but for the God of peace to be with us is far more. Thus we have the fountain as well as the streams, the sun as well as his beams. If the God of peace be with us, we shall enjoy the peace of God which passeth all understanding, even though outward circumstances should threaten to disturb. If men quarrel, we shall be sure to be peacemakers, if the Maker of peace be with us.

It is in the way of truth that real peace is found. If we quit the faith or leave the path of righteousness under the notion of promoting peace, we shall be greatly mistaken. First pure, then peaceable, is the order of wisdom and of fact. Let us keep to Paul’s line, and we shall have the God of peace with us as He was with the apostle.


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