Small Group Studies >
Read: 2 Cor. 10:3-5 from a couple of different translations.
Lead Question for each section:
What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?
Section 1 - HCSKL 2011 Day 48 - (42:18 to 49:14)
44:10 - How is this war won?
46:00 - What is a "stronghold"? Can someone give an example?
46:20 - How can you discern someone's beliefs? Do you catch yourself speaking out things that you have a feeling are not right?
So what is the basic nature - the realm - of the conflict we are engaged in? What are the weapons that we use? And what are we trying to do with those weapons?
Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 48 - (49:14 to 57:19)
49:20 - What is a "familiar spirit"?
50:45 - What kind of teaching disarms their destructive suggestions?
51:25 - Should you get upset at hearing the suggestion of a lying spirit? Why or why not? What is he trying to get you to do?
54:00 - What does Dan preach is more important than just "oil and prayer" as a defense against the suggestions of lying spirits?
Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 48 - (57:19 to 1:03:07)
57:15 - How do you cast down a lie? By yelling at it? By confessing? Pleading the blood? "Spiritual warfare"? Unless you cast a lie down what can it keep doing?
58:25 - How does the devil manipulate us through what we call "spiritual warfare"?
1:00:10 - How does Dan respond to the suggestion of a lie?
1:02:20 - When you respond by communing in truth, what is the devil actually doing when he brings a lie to you?