WHAT COMPLAINING IN PRAYER WILL DO TO YOU (3) - NUMBERS 11:1-3; JOB 3:1-21

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Today, we will continue to shed light on the consequences of complaining in the place of prayer:
 
5. Complaining unleashes demons in your affairs, instead of angels: The words of your mouth will either loose angels to work for you or loose demons to work against you. When you complain saying, “Oh God, why have you not answered my prayers…?” you are loosing demons to work and permitting that problem to continue in your life. Avoid saying such things from today. 
 
Don't ever permit yourself to complain in the presence of God because God is eternally good. God has never failed anybody and He is not going to start with you. If you prayed according to the will of God, it's time for you to believe that He has heard your prayer and start thanking Him for it. For He's faithful that promised and He will do it (Heb. 10:23).
 
Thank God for the angels because they are there. They are the ones that work to create answers to our prayers in the physical world and they can do what no man can do. When you start thanking God, angels get to work on your behalf but when you complain, demons are empowered to work against you.

PRAYERLord, I ask that You forgive me in any way I have set demonic operations in motion with my words. I declare divine reversal in Jesus’ name. Amen!

BIBLE IN A YEAR: Exodus 28:1-43, Matthew 25:31-26:13, Psalm 31:9-18, Proverbs 8:12-13