By Dana Jarvis
“And behold there was a woman that had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years and was
went over, and could in no way raise herself up. But when Jesus saw her, He called her to him and said to her, Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity!” Luke 13:11-12.
A prisoner from a spiritual standpoint
is anyone whose liberty and freedom has been restrained much like the woman in this story.
The spirit of infirmity had twisted and bent her over in the grips of its bondage. Somehow though she made her way to Jesus and he spoke the
words that changed her inside and out!
“Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity!”
Don’t forget that your covenant with God makes you valuable to him and you do not have to live in bondage in any
area of your life. I hear The LORD say for you right now, “Be Loosed!”
Dare to believe it! Dare to receive it! Be like the centurion in Matthew 8 who boldly declared to Jesus, “Speak the Word only!”
So whatever your struggle, Be loosed!
Your freedom has already been purchased so walk in it. As I begin to feel right now the spirit of God consume me and the wind of the Holy Ghost blowing so strongly, I speak and
declare into your life that you shall not fall into the hands of the enemy any longer.
Every ungodly soul tie, every witchcraft spirit, every curse and device attached to you shall be dismantled in the name of Jesus.
I speak to every spirit of fear, spirit of doubt, spirit of infirmity, spirit of unforgiveness, poverty and lack that has bombarded your life I command it to come out right now in the name of Jesus.
By the authority of my Abba Father,
and the prophetic unction that rests upon my life, I prophesy in the Mighty Name Of Jesus that those reading this shall be delivered, loosed, and set free from that thing that is trying to hold you captive.
For whom the Son sets free,
he is free indeed. So stand up and shout it out so the devil and all of hell can hear you, shout “I AM FREE!”
I declare into your life today that you are Moving From The Ashes To Your Oasis!!
will open rivers in high places, and fountains in the midst of the valleys, I will make the wilderness a pool of water, and the dry land springs of water!” Isaiah 41:18.
By Dana Jarvis