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This week’s word of encouragement is Listen.

Who are you listening to? Are you experiencing fear, doubt, shame? Most likely you are allowing Satan to fill your mind and heart with negative, destructive thoughts leading to negative emotions. Watch the following video to see how The Deceiver “dances” with us through negative words.

Stop Dancing With The Enemy by Mari PlankĀ Dance of The Word/Dance with The Deceiver

In this video, Precious is listening to the Words of the Deceiver. His words are causing death and destruction. As she listens, her soul feels like the dark night of despair. The Deceiver’s words are like shards of glass cutting and wounding her.

God sent his Son, Jesus, to redeem us. He has written down his will for our lives, and as we believe it and confess it, it literally begins to become a reality. Some people believe for a great number of things but see very little manifestation of them. Perhaps the reason is that they are believing but not speaking. They may see some results of their faith, but not the radical results that would experience if they would bring their mouth along with their hearts into God’s service. (see Romans 10-19 10).

Some people are trying to live in the blessings of the Lord while still speaking in ungodly ways. We need to avoid making that mistake. We will not see positive results in our daily lives if we speak negative things. We should remember that but we are speaking, we are calling for. We are reaching into the spiritual realm and drawing up something according to our words. We can reach into Satan’s realm, the realm of curses, and draw out evil, negative things, or we can reach into God’s realm through His Word, the realm of blessings, and draw out good, positive things. Words are like seeds. They carry creative or destructive power. The choice is up to us. For more information visit Stop Dancing With The Enemy is availableĀ on

Today’s Challenge:

When you start to feel negative emotions, Stop and Listen to what God says through His Word. Speak His encouraging, uplifting Word instead of The Deceiver.