“Rejection In The Church” by Pam Sheppard

27 Oct

Two Main Reactions to Rejection: Fear and Pride
“Both fear and pride are present in differing degrees when the flesh responds to rejection. Parental influences, environmental factors as well as familiar spirits assigned to our family lines determine which reaction takes precedence.

Since rejection is a denial of both acceptance, understanding, mutual respect and love, some turn to the safety of their imaginations where they are in control. In the process, they become their own god where they control life events to the desired outcome. This happens a lot in romantic relationships.

The pride reaction to rejection is to respond with rebellion, mocking, accusation,and counter rejection.

Now, here is the deal.

I don’t agree with the deliverance ministry teaching that there is a demon called rejection. So I don’t waste time trying to cast out a spirit of rejection. How we react to rejection is a thing of the flesh.

What I believe happens is that the enemy will set us up to be rejected. Then when we react with either fear or pride, we open ourselves up to demonic infiltration. Why? Because fear brings torment and pride goes before a fall. Also, God resists the proud.

So the enemy’s camp uses rejection to torment the fearful and cause the proud to fall without God’s intervention.

Think of a time when YOU were rejected. How did you react and what happened?”

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