March 5, 2021 Spirit Meat Devotional : Topic – AVOID PRACTICES THAT MAKE YOU COMPLIANT WITH NEGATIVE ANCESTRAL COVENANTS – 1 Peter 1:18; I Timothy 4:6-7

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March 5, 2021 Spirit Meat Devotional : Topic – AVOID PRACTICES THAT MAKE YOU COMPLIANT WITH NEGATIVE ANCESTRAL COVENANTS – 1 Peter 1:18; I Timothy 4:6-7

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Now, some things will bring you into compliance with negative ancestral covenants. There are Christians that are married to some strange ideas. They come to church, hear good teaching, read the Bible, but they have been raised to consult around. When they were not born again, their parents took them to witchdoctors to consult. Now that they are born again, they are still consulting. After church service, they are going to consult with a prophet somewhere and get themselves opened to strange spirits and strange covenants. When some people go to their villages, the practices of their ancestry will bring them in contact with the spirit of their ancestry, so they must be careful.

Every spirit gives instructions to its devotees so that it can have a handle in their lives. The instructions of the Bible are given to the people of God to give God a ground to operate in their lives. This is the reason God warned the children of Israel when they entered the Promised Land that on no account should they keep the images of the people of the land. If they didn’t do that, they would bring those spirits in.

Practices bring principalities and principalities are connected to personalities. Some families have practices that give opportunities to witches and wizards in the family to trap their young innocent children that are getting married. So, you must ask yourself whether you are ancestral covenant compliant or Kingdom covenant compliant. It must be your goal and your objective to become Kingdom covenant compliant.

PRAYER: Lord, anywhere I have opened my life to negative ancestral flows, I receive deliverance from it today in Jesus’ name. Amen!

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Numbers 4:1-5:31, Mark 12:18-37, Psalm 48:1-14, Proverbs 10:26

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