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Ephesians 6: 12

Ephesians 1: 3

Often people struggle with enemies they do not understand, and many of their problems stem from soul ties. To be victorious in spiritual battles, one must first identify and understand the root of the issue they are facing. The issues of soul ties are often overlooked within the Christian community.

According to the Bible in Mark 4:38-39 the battles we face are spiritual, not physical, and therefore require spiritual weapons to overcome. In order to overcome challenges or adversaries, one must be able to discern. During a storm, the disciples used their physical abilities to try to resolve a spiritual matter while Jesus was sleeping in the boat. Jesus was awakened and calms a storm by rebuking it and speaking to the sea, bringing peace to the situation. One would ask to why had Jesus rebuked the wind and spoke to the sea? Because the situation was spiritual rather than physical. Jesus’ actions demonstrated his power over spiritual forces. A person’s life begins spiritually, meaning that everything that happens in life has a spiritual dimension to it. From the time of John, the Baptist, the kingdom suffered violence and the violent took it by force. When we talk of soul ties, these are spiritual connections that can be transferred between individuals.

In 1 Samuel 18:1, it is stated that Jonathan and David shared a deep bond and their souls were united, meaning souls can form a connection and become one, known as soul ties.

What are soul ties?

Soul ties are connections that form between two people, binding their souls and spirits together in a deeply emotional and spiritual way. These ties can be positive or negative, depending on the nature of the relationship and the emotions involved. They can also affect a person’s mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Soul ties refer to a powerful spiritual connection between individuals which describes the union of two souls coming together to form one soul. Soul ties can also form through intimacy, whether physical or emotional connections.

Many individuals struggle to distinguish between being possessed by a spirit and having spiritual soul ties. Being attached to someone’s soul does not mean you being possessed by it, but rather having the presence of that person’s soul connected to you. For example, Jonathan and David made a spiritual covenant. The bible tells us that the enemies of the Israelites were after Saul and his seed Johnathan but after David killed Goliath the philistines were afraid of David, which made them to also be afraid of Jonathan due to the strong spiritual connection, or soul tie, he had with David. Johnathan was feared because he was closely connected to a champion, resulting in him achieving success effortlessly. The scripture describes how Jonathan secretly warned David that his father wanted to kill him, as Jonathan felt a strong connection to David and wanted to protect him. It came a time where Jonathan had to make a difficult decision between his father and his friend David, ultimately choosing his father and becoming disconnected from David. Jonathan was captured by the Philistines because after he chose his blood over his friend David, he lost the connection to the light that David possessed.

Some individuals, both men and women, can be on a path to greatness, but their lives take a negative turn after encountering someone who brought their own personal demons into their lives. People may be in your life with malicious intentions, and if you are not cautious, they may manipulate you into forming a deep bond with them through various means, including sexual encounters and making vows. These people can be your partner, friends or relatives. Be careful of making vows to show commitment and dedication, such as promising to never leave someone and declaring they belong to us forever.

In the Bible Paul describes the spiritual warfare Christians face, asserting that their struggle is not physical but against evil forces in the spiritual realm. He emphasizes the need to be vigilant and prepared to combat these forces. This scripture highlights the importance of avoiding hatred towards those who wrong us, as our battles are spiritual in nature. It references a biblical passage in Mathew 16, which Jesus predicts his death and resurrection. Peter rebuked Jesus without realizing that he was going against God’s plan or calendar for Jesus to die for the world. Jesus spoke to Peter and said get behind me Satan. Jesus recognized that our true battle is against spiritual forces, not merely physical challenges or opponents.

Take the battle to the spirit.


Apostle Miz Mzwakhe Tancredi

1 Comment

  • eugellion Mukwevho
    Posted March 11, 2024 at 11:35 am

    Powerful teaching

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