Spiritual Warfare FAQ's
By Frank Hilton • ©Word-Spirit • All Rights Reserved.

INTRODUCTION
In my last article; Casting Out Devils, I focused on how people are possessed and how to cast out devils. We also looked at some misunderstanding about demon activity in people’s lives. That study was the final article about the Spiritual Warfare topic. Now, I have included a FAQ's on various Spiritual Warfare topics that may answer some other questions.

Q: How do I know a devil is talking to me or it's just me?
When devils speak to us, they usually will tell us things that are contrary to God. Usually accusations, lies and negative thoughts about God himself may be signs that a devil is talking. Typically you will feel confused or even depressed when devils speak. When it is your mind talking, you have some good reasoning and you most likely will not feel confused. When God speaks, you feel drawn to God.

Q: How do we bind a prince over our city?
Get a group of overcoming prayer warriors, set aside some fast days. It may take a good 7+ days to fast and interceed against the principality over the city. It may take weeks, months to get a breakthrough. Why you are fasting, be sure to sow seed and teach people the truth. If you are persistant, doors will open and the prinicipality will weaken and you could get a harvest. Be extra sensitive to God, because He may give you instructions to help in the battle.

Q: Is Witchcraft, Wiggi-Boards and devil worship real?
Absolutely! People that are involved in those things tell of stories where things move and weird things happen because of devils.

This concludes the study on Spiritual Warfare at this time. However, I may add more FAQ's to this page as they arise.

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