Wielding The Scepter Of Righteousness

Wielding The Scepter Of Righteousness

Taking Your Daily Seat of Authority and Wielding The Scepter Of Righteousness

scep·ter /ˈseptər/ or sceptre noun 1. an ornamented staff carried by rulers on ceremonial occasions as a symbol of sovereignty.

Believers in Christ it is time to start truly using our authority that Jesus died and rose to give to us:  Each day as you take your seat of authority in Christ Jesus (see my daily #suitup prayer) Go a step further and take the Scepter of Righteousness of KING JESUS in your hand in the spirit and use it! Hold it up each day and beat down the scepter of wickedness! Do this over your city and region in the spirit.  It is those who are in Christ Jesus who have dominion over the land!

Now, Sit in a Chair, turn to your left and Say out loud: “Father God, I accept Thy gracious word. I believe that Thou hast thus wrought for me according to Ephesians Chapter 2.  In humble faith, I do now take my seat of authority in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus at Thy right hand. Where I now rule and reign in Christ Jesus, King of Kings and through Christ Jesus of the Priestly Kingly Order of Melchizedek, over all the land, the waters and the mountains and over every area of influence in the earth in Jesus name! I put the kingdom of darkness under my feet! I walk in the righteousness of Jesus Christ and I now take the Scepter of Righteousness in my hand. It is written in Psalm 125:3 that The scepter of wickedness will not remain over the land allotted to the righteous.  I declare this land of _________________ has been allotted to the righteous.  Therefore the scepter of wickedness can no longer remain here over ______________.   I hold up the scepter of righteousness by the authority of Jesus Christ and I beat down the scepter of wickedness and smash it to pieces!  I scrape the pieces into the fire of Almighty God to be burned to ashes!  It is written that the scepter of wickedness cannot remain so it shall be!!  In the name of Jesus Christ I decree and declare this land of _____________is the land allotted to the righteous and the scepter of righteous rules and reigns over __________forever!  I decree the scepter of wickedness is now destroyed and can never come near _______ again in Jesus name!!  By the Authority of Jesus Christ in whom I am seated I take dominion over _____________ and in the name of Jesus Christ and claim it for ALMIGHTY GOD!  I call forth the Angel Armies of Almighty God to come and blow the victory trumpets of the Lord over this land!  Let the plans and purposes of Almighty God and the Lord Jesus Christ come forth upon this land right now and prosper in Jesus name!  Let the righteous people of this land now receive their rightful inheritance from the Lord!! Hallelujah!!”   – Written By Annamarie Strawhand,  www.annamariestrawhand.com

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Read this Devotional by Derek Prince:

Two Kingdoms in Contrast

Psalm 125:3

The scepter of wickedness will not remain over the land allotted to the righteous. NIV, NASB

Did you realize that wickedness wields a scepter? Yes, it’s true; there is authority in the kingdom of Satan. The Scripture tells us in Colossians 1:12–13 that we have been delivered from the authority of the dominion of darkness and translated into the kingdom of the Son of God’s love. There are the two kingdoms set in stark contrast. The kingdom of the authority of darkness and the kingdom of the Son of God’s love, which is a kingdom of light and of love. Each kingdom has authority, but the authority of the kingdom of God is superior to all other authority in the universe. God’s kingdom, the Scripture says, ruleth over all, it is established forever, it is unshakable.

And when we are part of God’s kingdom, then God permits us, on His behalf, to wield the scepter of righteousness, the scepter which has upon it the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. And as we wield that scepter, we beat back and cast down the scepter of wickedness, breaking down the scepter of wickedness, destroying the dominion of Satan. We move back into the area which God has allotted to us.

So there is a promise for God’s people to regain their inheritance in Christ. “The scepter of wickedness shall not remain over the land allotted to the righteous.” For you and me, there is a land allotted to us through our righteousness in Christ. We need to take that scepter boldly and beat down the scepter of wickedness and enter into our allotted inheritance.

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