Mothering with Deb: How to Take Back What the Enemy Has Stolen

The Bible says that we have an enemy who wants to steal, kill, and destroy what belongs to us; Satan is a thief and wants to take the ground that God has given us. Resist him, and he will flee from you. Stand in faith, pray big prayers, and watch God restore to you seven times what the enemy has stolen. He will do it! Join Deb on this week’s Mothering Monday as we unpack this powerful topic!

Click HERE to access “Seven Confessions to Take Back What the Devil Has Stolen” by Kenneth Copeland

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2 Comments on “Mothering with Deb: How to Take Back What the Enemy Has Stolen”

    1. Hey Vanessa! Here ya go! Thanks for being here:

      Whatever the devil has stolen from you—time, relationships, money, or health—it’s time to recover it all. It’s time to charge into the devil’s camp with these 7 Confessions To Take Back What the Devil Has Stolen that you can declare in faith.

      I declare in the Name of Jesus…
      1. The favor of God in my life restores everything the enemy has stolen from me. (Exodus 3:21)
      2. I am expecting great victories in the face of great impossibilities. (Joshua 11:20)
      3. I have found the thief, and he must restore to me seven times what he stole. (Proverbs 6:31)
      4. I am pursuing total restoration of my money, time, opportunities, health, and relationships; and I will, without fail, recover all. (1 Samuel 30:6-8)
      5. I am the head and not the tail, above and not beneath. I expect blessings to chase me down and overtake me. Every tongue that rises against me will be shown to be in the wrong. No weapon formed against me, my finances, my health, my family, or my ministry will ever prosper. (Deuteronomy 28:13)
      6. God is turning my situation around right now. As I obey Him and praise Him with a grateful heart, my faith and trust in Him are opening the door for a total and complete restoration of everything that has been stolen. (Romans 8:28)
      7. I am more than a conqueror! I am not only recovering everything that has been stolen from me, but I am going to a new level beyond that in Jesus’ Name! (Romans 8:37)
      As you speak these declarations over your life, let their truth permeate your spirit. Resolve to only speak victory over your situation from this day forward. Then, listen for the direction of the Holy Spirit. He will lead and guide you to the place where you can reclaim everything that has ever been stolen. God is the God of restoration!

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