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  • Introduction

    1. 1. Prayers that RoutDemons & Break Curses By John Eckhardt
    2. 2. Introduction
    3. 3. IntroductionMany believers suffer unnecessarily because theyfail to exercise their authority (xv).
    4. 4. IntroductionMany believers suffer unnecessarily because theyfail to exercise their authority (xv). The demonic world and Satan are relentless. They will attack us at our weaknesses. They are like rats (Charles Kraft) and feed off the emotional turmoil and “garbage in our life.
    5. 5. IntroductionMany believers suffer unnecessarily because theyfail to exercise their authority (xv). The demonic world and Satan are relentless. They will attack us at our weaknesses. They are like rats (Charles Kraft) and feed off the emotional turmoil and “garbage in our life.
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    7. 7. IntroductionWe must realize that Satan has already beendefeated through the cross. All of the powers andprincipalities have been defeated. We areenforcing these victories through our prayers(xvi).
    8. 8. IntroductionWe must realize that Satan has already beendefeated through the cross. All of the powers andprincipalities have been defeated. We areenforcing these victories through our prayers(xvi). Colossians 2:15
    9. 9. IntroductionWe must realize that Satan has already beendefeated through the cross. All of the powers andprincipalities have been defeated. We areenforcing these victories through our prayers(xvi). Colossians 2:15 And having disarmed the powers and authorities, he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross. (NIV)
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    11. 11. IntroductionThe Prayers of David ended with Psalm 72:20. He praisedthe whole earth and that it would be filled with God’sglory. This should be our goal as well. Our prayers arelike gasoline to the fire
    12. 12. IntroductionThe Prayers of David ended with Psalm 72:20. He praisedthe whole earth and that it would be filled with God’sglory. This should be our goal as well. Our prayers arelike gasoline to the fire Psalm 72:20
    13. 13. IntroductionThe Prayers of David ended with Psalm 72:20. He praisedthe whole earth and that it would be filled with God’sglory. This should be our goal as well. Our prayers arelike gasoline to the fire Psalm 72:20 This concludes the prayers of David son of Jesse.
    14. 14. IntroductionThe Prayers of David ended with Psalm 72:20. He praisedthe whole earth and that it would be filled with God’sglory. This should be our goal as well. Our prayers arelike gasoline to the fire Psalm 72:20 This concludes the prayers of David son of Jesse. Habakkuk 2:14
    15. 15. IntroductionThe Prayers of David ended with Psalm 72:20. He praisedthe whole earth and that it would be filled with God’sglory. This should be our goal as well. Our prayers arelike gasoline to the fire Psalm 72:20 This concludes the prayers of David son of Jesse. Habakkuk 2:14 For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as he waters cover the sea.

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