Yes, it shall be a good day!
“But Thia, how about all the evil of the day? How can your day be good? Have you thought about your doubts? Have you thought about your ups and downs? Do you remember your failures? Do you see your inability? Don’t you know that you are always a day late and a dollar short? And what about the national situation, haven’t you heard the news, there is ‘Aids’ and something worse that ‘Aids,’ some unknown plague that is approaching us. And there is war and rumors of war. And you can’t even travel because you might be held up as a hostage. And right here in your back yard, don’t you realize how easy it is for a nut to break into your house and rape and kill you? How can your day be good?”
“Devil, my day shall be good because so it’s writ- ten in the Book of life.” Genesis 1:26-31. You are a liar, a destroyer, a murderer from the beginning, so it’s also written. Your end it’s even written in the Book of life.” John 8:44; Revelation 15:2.
“I come against you and your foul words and suggestions, in the name of the Mighty Almighty I serve, the Mighty One of Israel, I come against the evil of this day Satan, in the name of Jesus.” Luke 11:20-22.
“I live in the secret place of the Most High, sheltered by the Almighty that is above all Almightys, this I declare, I abide in the name of Jesus, He is my fortress, my refuge, my shield of faith.” Psalms 91:1-2.
“Satan, I reject your words and suggestions, I refuse to dwell in the evil of this day and the frustrations of my flesh, for you are a liar, a father of lies, and a murderer from the beginning.” Philippians 4:6; I Peter 5:8-9.
“The truth is that you are speaking to my flesh,
the flesh of the Thia that die in the cross with Jesus. Satan, that Thia is dead!” Romans 6:11. “But I, the new Thia, resurrected in Jesus Christ, I, come in the name of that same Jesus, to trample you under my feet!” Romans 8:1-2; Ephesians 6:11-16.
“Be gone Satan, mine shall be a good day, for I’m a new creature, there shall no evil come near me nor any plague come nigh my dwelling.” Matthew 4:10; II Corinthians 5:17; Psalms 91:10.