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cast out devils

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    “These twelve Jesus sent forth, and commanded them, saying,
    Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: freely ye have received, freely give.”

    I never gave too much thought to Jesus’ command to, “cast out devils”, until this week and this is due to the Bible study about David last Saturday. We covered the importance of annihilating error of every kind. We talked about the importance of not attacking person but negative thoughts or anything that would attempt to take you from God. The importance of not indulging in these thoughts but stopping them immediately, refusing to entertain them even a little, was useful for me. On top of this we had wonderful Wednesday readings about putting on the armor of God. One quote said, “…must always have on armor, and resist the foe within and without.”(Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy)
    This was a wonderful follow up to our discussion and timely reminder the importance of armoring ourselves in our work for God and man. I am continually in awe in how all this comes together in perfect timing.

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