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A3This is how Paul puts it “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers, spiritual wickedness in high places etc. My brothers an sisters this week we are going to learn a lot if we apply ourselves and seek to understand what God is doing in our lives in these last days. It is not an easy task and I am warning you that you have to be steadfast and unmovable in all that you do, so your labour will not be in  vain in the Lord.

How do we know that there is a spiritual realm? If we cannot see it, should we believe in it? Many believers and unbelievers today do not want to “deal” with a world we cannot see when the world we do see is hard enough to “deal” with. Before we can discuss the spiritual battle, we have to believe in the spiritual realm. We have a tendency to act like a two year old child who closes her eyes and places a blanket over her head, really believing that no one can see her because she cannot see them. Just because we cannot see the spiritual realm does not mean it is not there.

There are a lot of things I heard growing up as a child and doubt because I had no experience. I didn’t understand spirit world, because I was so earthbound. When my eyes were opened and I got a glimpse on the other side it was awakening. Until you surrender yourself to see and behold beyond the natural eyes you will continue in your ignorance. I recall when the spirit of the Lord was departed from king Saul and his world was falling apart that he visited privately to a woman because he wanted to contact the spiritual world. Yes my brothers and sisters it is real, but I warn you to be careful where you go and what your are looking for. Some people walk on hot nails where angels feared to trod. A Christian song writer, wrote these words, “I (satan) used to have to sneak around. But now they just open their doors. No one’s looking for my tricks because no one believes in me any more.” However, if we choose to ignore or not believe in the spiritual realm, we will find ourselves confused, frustrated, and quenching the peace that God has promised to each of us. The best defense is a strong offense. Just educating ourselves about the spiritual realm is half the fight and God gives us everything else we need to be victorious with the other half.

Your servant and brother,
+ Sir Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
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