Quote: A principality cannot remain in a culture that has made no room for it.

6 Dec

It is our human nature to focus on dealing with the symptom rather than the problem because the symptom takes less responsibility to correct. When we have a headache we’d rather take a pill than drink six to eight glasses of water a day and reduce our sugar intake, we’d rather buy diet coke and fat-free sour cream than eat fruits and vegetables, and it’s much easier to throw money at the needy than to develop a culture that prevents poverty.

Principalities can only stay where they have a place to land. While casting down a principality will remove it from its place, it is much more profitable and powerful to change the spiritual ecosystem that attracted it in the first place. If there is a spirit of poverty over your city, be generous. If there is a spirit of anger, release peace. If there is a spirit of homosexuality, release identity in Christ. If there is a spirit of fear, release love. It is possible to cast down a principality through prayer, but it is impossible for a principality to remain in a culture that has made no room for it.

Healy, Blake (2012-09-24). The Veil (Kindle Locations 585-593).

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One Response to “Quote: A principality cannot remain in a culture that has made no room for it.”

  1. Kizzie Cutillo December 18, 2012 at 10:01 AM #

    This is exactly the thing I’ve been looking for! Great and thanks!

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