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Scripture: Psalm 44:1,2

Psalm 44:1,2 says, “We have heard with our ears, O God, Our fathers have told us, The deeds You did in their days, In days of old: You drove out the nations with Your hand, But them You planted; You afflicted the peoples, and cast them out.” God revealed that His primary weapon for dispossessing the enemy is affliction. When we realize that God is in the affliction business to dispossess an enemy, it gives us new ammunition with which to pray. Responding correctly to “evil for good” qualifies us to initiate judicial affliction. Once qualified with the authority to release it, dispossessing the enemy takes on a whole new meaning. Jesus died so we could rule. To rule means praying judicial affliction on the wicked before they destroy future harvests! Defunding evil through affliction is an eternal work!