The spiritual attack called hatred
“Thus saith the LORD, the Redeemer of Israel, and his Holy one, to him whom the nation abhorreth, to a servant of rulers, Kings shall see and arise, princes also shall worship, because of the LORD that is faithful, and the Holy one of Israel, and he shall choose thee” (Isaiah 49:7)
HATRED is a situation of dislike. It is a terrible social sickness. It is a situation of rejection, where one is NEGLECTED, DISTRUSTED, DESPISED, DISHONOURED, IGNORED, ISOLATED, CASTIGATED, HUMILIATED, EXCLUDED, etc.
A victim of hatred can experience the followings: Nobody trusts him on anything. He is a suspect for any negative thing that happens, even when he was not around. He is underrated and remains in obscurity. No one believes in his ability. No patronage for his business. As a lady, no suitor for marriage and when one appears, he disappears without explanation. Rather than talk to him people talk about him. He is also experiencing bad luck and spirit of dishonour. His parents and relations prefer the other children. People always make negative remarks about him. Nobody see him, when he does something right, but only when he makes mistakes.
The hated experiences bad dreams like human waste (faeces) on his body, seeing himself in a refuse dump, being naked in the public place, meeting with lepers, eating and having sex in dreams, unable to climb or descend the hill, etc. Rejection is a satanic attack intended to make the victim dejected or frustrated. It is common in the lives of people with good future or destiny. Rejection is a pressure on one that could make him compromise and reject his destiny. Dejection and frustration are acts of rebelling against God. No matter the bad situation, God has promised deliverance. Heb 10: 22, Jer. 1:19, Josh 1: 5-9, Examples of the rejected, who succeeded in the Bible include: David, Joseph, Jabesh, Modecai and indeed our Lord Jesus about whom the Jews told Pilate “Let the curse that results from his crucifixion come upon us and our children. Just crucify him.” We also have the list of those who succumbed to rejection and got dejected, thereby losing their destiny as (i) 10 of the spies that Moses sent to Canaan (ii) Elli the prophet at Shiloh (iii) The servant that was given one talent.
This write-up is to encourage those experiencing hatred presently that all they need is to be steadfast. 1Cor 10:13 states that God will not allow us to be tempted beyond our ability to cope, and that the way of escape is open to us.
Frustration and failure comes in, when we begin to consider suicide. Some will take to psychedelic substances like hard drugs, while some will begin to seek sympathy from people, by telling them of their woes. Some indulge in self-pity and may begin to talk to themselves. Some dejected unduly isolate themselves from family members. They suspect everybody around them to be witches. They feel insecure; they no longer expect success, breakthrough or prosperity.
I was very much hated and rejected. By the time God gave me a breakthrough, I almost regretted it, because I was already used to managing crisis from my youth. So, when success came, I really did not understand what to do. It took time before the reality of the change dawn on me.
Brethren, if your life is abnormal as discussed above, you need only seven months to completely change everything and turn your life around. You need spiritual dedication, keeping yourself holy and using the words of God (Psalms of the afflicted) day and night. Consider reading – Psalms 17, 22, 44, 69 and Exodus chapter 1 to 14. You may also consider visiting a prophetic ministry for a total and complete deliverance.
Let me advise the readers that failure to accomplish the purpose of God in our lives is a sin, no matter the challenges. God cannot fail, but a believer fails, when he gives up. May the good Lord continue to guide you.
Pastor Segun Adewumi, General Overseer, House of Prayer Ministries for All Nations 08039425631.
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