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Unleavened Bread Ministries with David Eells

Abide in the Word, Safe from the Destroyer

Jenny from MN - 07/31/2009
(David's notes in red)

There was an apartment building with a lot of different rooms or apartments. (This represents the Church, which according to Ephesians 2:19-22, is many houses built together into one Temple for God. Each individual house represents a person.) My mother and I each had an apartment next door to each other. A man walked down the hall and was knocking at the doors and telling the people he was a locksmith so they would open their door. When people opened their door he would kill them. (In the Passover in Exodus 12, when the blood was on the doorposts, God warned the people not to open their door or go out or the destroyer would be able to kill them. The blood represents their faith in the sacrifice of the Lamb who was slain, which was between them and the destroying angel. The destroyer represents Satan's administration of the curse, which the Lamb bore upon Himself, if we would abide in Him through faith. (1 Cor.5:7) ... For our Passover also hath been sacrificed, [even] Christ.)

My mother opened her door to this man and he then killed her. She wasn't really dead, but I read it in the newspaper and so that's how I knew. Because I knew this man was a deceiver and not really a locksmith, I didn't open the door. When I thought he was gone, I went out into the hall but then I saw him and he killed me. (I do remember that my mom and I were able to come back to life.) He was waiting for people to open their doors so he could kill them. They would open up because they trusted him. I somehow knew that his weapons were words, sounds and actions. That is how he killed people. I remembered the scripture how the enemy comes to steal, kill and destroy, so it made sense to me who this man was. (If we do not abide in the house, Who is Jesus, the Word of God, we are under the legal authority of the curse. Satan comes with his "words, sounds and actions" of our thoughts or those around us to talk us out of the Word of Jesus. If we walk by our external senses, instead of by faith in the true Word, Satan has a legal right to destroy us, as Jesus said. (Rev.22:18) I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, if any man shall add unto them, God shall add unto him the plagues which are written in this book: {19} and if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part from the tree of life, and out of the holy city, which are written in this book. It was God Who had the destroyer on a leash and said He would not permit the destroyer to come into the faithfuls' houses. The destroyer really isn't a locksmith because he cannot open our doors; we have to let him in. As with Jenny and her mom, who represent the church, we are able to come back to life, if we return to abiding in the Word. Jesus likened Himself to one who was grieved because He was like a hen seeking to gather His chicks under His wings but they would not come. Psalm 91:1,4 say if we abide in the secret place of the Most High, we will be under the shadow and wings of the Almighty. The promises of the Word in the midst of our trials are our refuge. (Heb.10:23) let us hold fast the confession of our hope that it waver not; for he is faithful that promised. According to the promises of the Word, you were saved, healed, delivered from all of the curse, including your enemies. Hold fast to this and speak it before men.)

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