Gossip proofed Christianity

Gossip proofed Christians see beyond the natural. As a believer in Christ you have to be immune from gossip. You have to be discerning because soon or later someone will try to tell you something bad about someone you know. You will have to know what the word of God says for your protection and the protection of the person being attacked.

In Revelation 12: 10 the Bible says, “And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night” (TLV). This Scripture refers to Satan as the accuser of the brothers. Satan has a history of accusing children of God in a relentless manner. He is known for accusing the brethren night and day.

Now, for you to overcome, you have to be able to dismiss any evil report you encounter. People who gossip or give evil reports will always test and see if you can accept their message. They will first test you by asking you questions that will help them know if you will easily embrace what they will have to tell you. They will ask you the “what do you think” question or even more. Once they know that you are willing to accept what they have to tell you, that is when they will begin to gossip.

In 2 Corinthians 13:1 the Apostle Paul said, “I will come to you for the third time. Every case must be proved by two or three witnesses” (KJV). If people can follow what this Scripture says, there would be few people speaking against television ministry or ministers. Trying to destroy a ministry by gossip does nothing to win souls of men. This kind of spirit is a spirit that accuses the brethren and it is a spirit of the devil. Have nothing to do with it. Practice what the word of God teaches and be an overcomer. Paul the Apostle himself wanted to have two or three witnesses if there was any accusation. Be true and strong.

Bible Versions used are:

(TLV) Tree of Life Bible

(KJV) King James Version

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