Life has a way of getting us down. When our emotions respond to the myriad of problems we face, often we feel crippled and helpless. Before we know it, we are waist-high in a bog of our own emotional strongholds, such as depression, anger and anxiety. Tony Evans makes a connection between our emotional responses to earthly struggles and spiritual warfare. By tackling our spiritual problems, we can begin to experience victory over our true enemy.
Overcoming Emotional Strongholds
- Overcoming Emotional Strongholds – Psalm 42:1-11
- Overcoming People Strongholds – Galatians 1:3-10
- Reversing Addiction Curses – 2 Corinthians 10:1-6
- Reversing the Demonic Curse – Mark 5:1-13
- Overcoming Anxiety Strongholds – Philippians 4:4-9
(Psalm 42:1-11) - Life can be cruel, and when tragedy or calamity comes on strong, we can become emotionally compromised. Depression and sadness can bring the best of us to our knees. But our God is bigger than any calamity, and His Word shows us how we can be freed from the shackles.
Overcoming People Strongholds
(Galatians 1:3-10) - God designed us to be social creatures, and one half of the greatest commandment is to love others as ourselves. But people can also be a gateway to addictive behavior, providing a coping mechanism for issues such as self-worth or rejection. Listen to Tony Evans offer solutions to such strongholds.
Reversing Addiction Curses
(2 Corinthians 10:1-6) - Addictions cripple countless number of people. Many solutions have been offered to break these addictions, but until each person recognizes the spiritual root behind a physical problem, they may find themselves in shackles. Employ an eternal mindset to combat your earthly strongholds.
Reversing the Demonic Curse
(Mark 5:1-13) - Do you ever feel like you’re cursed? Things start to look like they’re going your way, and then unexpectedly, the bottom falls out. Tony Evans connects the influence of demons with the condition of one’s Christian walk. Find out how to reverse their influence.
Overcoming Anxiety Strongholds
(Philippians 4:4-9) - Worry is like an unwelcome houseguest; once they get inside, they never want to leave. But the Bible tells us not to worry about a whole host of problems we face every day. Once we shift our focus to the bigger picture, we can better handle not sweating the small stuff.