Do you have strongholds?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 4 Comments

What is a mental stronghold?

Why are they so dangerous?

How do they get into our emotional baggage?

How do they attack our minds?

Can we get rid of them?

Click on the video and fight back.

To live a transformed life, you need to unload your emotional baggage.

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How have you been able to break strongholds? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Strongholds attack from your baggage

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Comments 4

  1. Thank you for the May 14th session.on emotional strongholds. Your daily prayer information on my dna and the accompaning prayer already has satan running and the prayer of temptation when wanting to turn to old patterns ivict

    I will work hard to stay away from the high thick walls of isolation and lonlieness you mention and strive for the renewal of mind for sanctification as already I have confessed so by Gods love and mercy my sins are washed.
    There is victory over strongholds as I am now experiencing.
    Would you please send the book referred to in this session

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  3. Hi Dr. Grant,
    This was a most helpful video. I do have a question though.
    I am married to a man who was the most wonderful husband and father to our 4 children.
    He has since moved out, is trapped in the generational curses of adultery, alcoholism and has filed for divorce, just exactly like his father did when he was 2 years old.
    He always told me and the kids how horrible it was (divorce & alcoholism) and he would never ever divorce and now is doing the same exact things as his own father. He is blinded and deceived and can not rationally talk to him. I tell the kids to pray for dad and even though the divorce will be final soon, that I will never give up on him.

    Any ideas besides prayer?

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    Kathleen, that’s a very difficult and painful situation. It does sound like a generational problem. You can pray that the power of deception would be broken so he would wake up and see how he’s been caught in a trap. And pray that God’s truth would break through the lies he’s believing.

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