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Wednesday 18th January, Today’s Article: We’re In charge



For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let,
until he be taken out of the way (2 Thessalonians 2:7).

All the evil and atrocious plans and agendas of Satan for the nations of the world can’t succeed because of our stand against him. After the Rapture, Satan will have his way according to the Scriptures, but
until then, we—the Church of Jesus Christ—are in charge and in control. We determine the destiny of the nations. Hallelujah!

Some people believe we don’t stand a chance because they’re not a part of what we’re doing. They’re like the men of Succoth that the Bible talks about in Judges 8:5 who, instead of supporting Gideon, mocked him (Judges 8:6). They ridiculed Gideon because they didn’t believe
he and his small number of weary troops were capable of defeating the Midianite warriors. But Gideon succeeded without their support.

As long as we’re not all quiet and ignorant about Satan’s agenda for the world, he can’t lord it over the nations. NEVER! In Ezekiel 22:30, God said, “I sought for a man to stand in the gap and I found none.” He didn’t say, “I sought for many people.” Therefore, as long as some of us stand our ground on the Word against the devil and his cohorts, their works will be thwarted.

Isaiah 44:25 MSG aptly summarizes their end! It says God “…makes the magicians look ridiculous and turns fortunetellers into jokes. He makes the experts look trivial and their latest knowledge look silly.” This is what’s happening around the world because of our prayers.


The Lord is in charge of running the universe, everything from galaxies to governments; no name and no power exempt from His rule, and not just for the time being, but forever! I come against the structures, systems, and schemes employed by Satan to propagate his deception
and fear across the nations. Those structures are overthrown, and every evil work is exposed, judged, and sentenced, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.


Psalm 149:5-9; 1 Samuel 14:6

1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 13:1-23 & Genesis 42-43

2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 7:13-20 & Genesis 18

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