'Evict Your Tormentor' Katie Souza
The idols (demon gods) are writing down accusations against us. The only thing that shuts them up is to take away their legal right within our soul, then take away their legal right in the heavenly courts. People tell me, “Oh no, we don’t have to do that. We have the blood of Jesus.”
According to Hebrews 12, the blood is in the court testifying on our behalf. That’s why, if we go to court – if we show up, we can’t lose. It says that in the court of Zion, is the judge of all the earth, Jesus, the mediator, the new covenant. These are all legal court terms, and the blood is there that speaks a better testimony. Where do you give testimony? You do it as a witness in court. So when the enemy goes into the heavenly court, and we go up to meet him, the blood is there to say, “See that big old pile of stuff that you’ve got? It’s all under the blood!” But we have to show up to court. Otherwise, we have given up our right to win.
In Luke 18:2-3 (NKJV), Jesus gave us the parable about the persistent widow, “…There was in a certain city a judge who did not fear God nor regard man. Now there was a widow in that city; and she came to him, saying, ‘Get justice for me from my adversary.’’” Who’s our adversary? The accuser of the brethren, Satan. That word “adversary” is the Greek word “antidikos”, and it means “an opponent in a lawsuit.”
Satan isn’t just walking, or flying around saying, “Oh, you’re naughty, and you’ve done this and that,” and placing your sins in a box. He’s going up to the court and presenting that evidence, because he is “an opponent in the lawsuit.” He’s bringing a lawsuit against us. He’s the antidikos – “the accuser of the brethren”. He’s the adversary that this woman was fighting when she went to the unrighteous judge.
Continuing in Luke 18:3-8 (NKJV); The woman said, “’Get justice for me from my adversary.’ And he would not for a while; but afterward he said within himself, ‘Though I do not fear God nor regard man, yet because this widow troubles me I will avenge her, lest by her continual coming she weary me.’ Then the Lord said, ‘Hear what the unjust judge said. And shall God not avenge His own elect who cry out day and night to Him, though He bears long with them? I tell you that He will avenge them speedily.’”
See, this is what happens when you go to court. God will do it speedily, because he’s not an unjust judge. He will avenge his elect and do it speedily, but we must go to court where our adversary is accusing us.
People tell me, “Kate, you don’t need to do that soul healing stuff; you just have to go to the courts.” I feel we must do both. There are things that you can get healed in your soul, and you don’t have to go to court; you just decree you’re excellent of soul, and you stop acting stupid. But for other things, like idols, you need to go to court. Remember, they would only shut up when the city clerk showed up. In order to stop idols rioting, you need to go to court!
I was repeatedly getting wounds on my soul healed, but the idols still had a legal right, up in heaven, and I hadn’t taken care of it. So, they just kept making noise in my mind, and driving me. They tried to drive me back to food, telling me I was still hungry when I wasn’t, trying to make me try more remedies to get rid of my skin spots, and on and on.
Jesus doesn’t only appear in the court, and he doesn’t just heal your soul. He does both. In Revelations 19: 11 (NKJV) it says, “Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war.” So Christ judges – that’s court – and makes war. I make war to get my soul healed. Jesus said in John 14:30-31 (AMPC) “I will not talk with you much more, for the prince (evil genius, ruler) of the world is coming. And he has no claim on Me.
[He has nothing in common with Me; there is nothing in Me that belongs to him, and he has no power over Me.]” The way you make war, and make it so the enemy doesn’t have any power over you, is you get everything in you, that’s in common with him, healed. I don’t make war by screaming at a demon, because they won’t leave when they have legal right to be there. I get my soul healed, and then they have to go, because I have nothing in me that’s in common with them, so they have no power over me.
I have more proof that Jesus does both. He goes into the courts, and He heals your soul. I will be going into depth about the woman bowed over from a spirit of infirmity. Hope you stay the course with me on this important subject of having Victory in Trials!
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