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How To Protect Against Principalities

Updated on March 9, 2016

Finding A Way To Cope

“The basic principles of Christianity are, truth proposition, concept ideas, theory, assumption, fundamental, essential, ground rule”. It is also an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct: like good moral conduct. Simply put it is a moral rule or belief that helps you know what is right and what is wrong.

Principalities are described as supernatural spiritual powers, that may be good or evil. Principalities were created by and thus subject to Christ (Col. 1:16). Neither principalities nor any other force can separate a believer from God’s love found in Christ (Rom. 8:38). From the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary.

A person can take on principals which will define who they are or what they claim to be. For example, principals of the everyday person can be changed or compromised if that individual decides to run for a Political Office. We have witnessed this often.

What are principals?

The dictionary describes the word principal as a “fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning”. “A fundamental source or basis of something”.

With this understanding it should be quite clear that any and all disagreements, disputes, physical altercations, verbal altercations, and every war that has been fought on this planet, be it between nations, religions, or individuals, has occurred because someone’s principals did not align with someone else principals. Or the fundamental rights and wrongs of the parties oppose one another. Violence among street gangs are always due to fundamental disputes.

“The basic principles of Christianity are, truth proposition (no deception), concept ideas, theory, assumption, fundamental, essential, ground rule”. It is also an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct: like good moral conduct. Simply put it is a moral rule or belief that helps you know what is right and what is wrong.

How can we cope with principalities?

There is what I recognize as a very reliable warning system against these ungodly supernatural spirits that everyone can use, and one we as Christians should show others how to activate. It is a free warning system and can be installed in anyone’s home, car, job, or relationship, it can also be carried around with you and has no monitoring fees. It’s called “GODLY WISDOM” and this system is always available to anyone who believes in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.

This system can warn us when the ungodly principalities of our society seek to control us. It will guide us through dark situations. It provides comfort and safety when Satan’s forces form against us. It will shield us when the rulers of the darkness in this world attempt to attack our way of life. And when spiritual wickedness in high places seek to suppress our faith, (like trying to remove prayer from our educational institutions), this system will help sustain our faith. This is similar to a home security system but this system never fails once activated. And just as with home security systems it can be deactivated but only by non-belief.

All things of this earth are subject to our Lord and Savior and as believers; no powers of darkness can separate us from his love. So all we have to do is believe and love Him in return with all our hearts and souls, and that show of love and faith is the “pass code” to activate your “Security Alarm System”.

By Sandy R. Mays


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      2 years ago

      Awesome Pops

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      Raynard Lucas 

      2 years ago

      Excellent read sir.

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      Sandy R Mays 

      2 years ago

      Thanks for all comments. I am praying that I can reach our youth in particular.

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      2 years ago from Maine, USA

      God bless you, fellow believer.


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