REFERENCES: JOB 24:1, ECCLESIASTES 7:10, ISAIAH 63:17-18, MATTHEW 22:29, DANIEL 7: 22-28

We learnt in the first part of this teaching that there can be no judgement without a law. We also learnt that our defence as Christians comes from this truth; Jesus destroyed principalities and powers by:

  1. cancelling my sins

  2. thrashing all record of my sins, and by

  3. frustrating all who desired to use the record again.

We start this teaching by considering some questions that were asked and answered in the Word.

In Job 24:1, the writer questions why the power of God is not as a reality in the lives of His people as it was in past times. The writer wonders why the people of God no longer see the days of His power. If He knows everything, why would He allow those who serve Him to be powerless?

Why, seeing times are not hidden from the Almighty, do they that know him not see his days? He asks.

Well, the Word gives the answer.

Eccl 7:10

Say not thou, What is the cause that the former days were better than these: for thou dost not enquire wisely concerning this.

This means that such a mindset is a product of lack of wisdom. Wise enquiry would have revealed that there is nothing wrong with the days. Rather, it is what man does, or fails to do, that determines the outcome of the days. The inability to conquer principalities, powers, rulers of darkness and spiritual wickedness in high places will make a day evil. However, the man who puts on the whole Word of God will withstand them and maintain the integrity of the days.

When we walk in this understanding, knowing that every record of debt against us has been cancelled by Christ, we can confront any judgement against us with the confidence that records of ancestral sins no longer exist. Therefore, we can thrash every evil framed against us, and ensure our latter days are better the former.

Isa 63:17-18

O LORD, why hast thou made us to err from thy ways, and hardened out heart from thy fear...

If it be far from God to do wickedness, how then could He be responsible for the error of His people? Yet the prophet of God is asking that question!

Matt 22:29

Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God.

Fault can never be traced back to God. Honest evaluation will place it squarely at the feet of man.

Christ shows us that lack of knowledge, of the Word and of God power, is the source of error. Men err and do not possess the real power of God for long because they lack the Word.

Show me a man who displays the real power of God, and I will show you a man who has the Word of God. Without the Word, he is merely displaying the gift, without the sustaining presence and power of the Giver.

Remember that no one gets to the Father- the Source of true power- except through Christ, who is the Word.


...the people of thy holiness have possessed it but a little while...(v18)

Having the power of God is one thing; sustaining it is another story.

You get the power of God when you live in the Word. You sustain the power by remaining, abiding in the Word. Understand this: darkness does not need an invite into any place. It simply waits for the absence of light.

In the same way, the absence of the Word will lead to the absence of power, and inevitably the entrance of powerlessness and error.

Brethren, it is possible to be holy and yet lack the power of God.

These were the people of God (which means they were holy) but they moved out of the Word and lost the power.

The laws are simple:

  • you ensure the greater glory of your latter days through the power of God, and

  • you sustain the power in your life by remaining in the Word.

It is therefore unwise for a Christian to presume to walk in his own understanding. It is equally unwise for a Christian to accept any justification for staying away from the Word. To do any of these is to lose the power of God.

Indirectly, the devil applies a judgement against the man- since you can’t stay with the Word, you cannot retain the power.

Before we continue, let us take a moment to consider this: if you were your pastor, would you sit under your own ministration?

This is how I judge myself: would I love to have me as my pastor? If I were sitting in the congregation, what would I (the pastor) give to me? Would I be willing to accept me as spiritual father over my own life?

(I Cor 2:15)

I say this to emphasise that we do not gather at TRPM to fulfil religious traditions. We are here to do serious business, and it is best that we come with a heart that is ready to learn.

Dan 7: 22-28

Until the Ancient of days came, and judgement was given to the saints of the most High; and the time came that the saints possessed the kingdom...

Whenever divinity appears in humanity, it is to give a revelation of God’s judgement. A church that is full of activities, but lacking in the presence and revelation knowledge of God is a time-wasting gathering.

Without His appearing, and the revelation of judgement He gave, the saints could not possess the kingdom.

Now, in Isaiah, we learnt that they possessed it only for a while, because the revelation of God’s judgement ceased.

This means that God’s presence gives the judgement to reign in power; but the power will cease when His presence and revelation judgement cease.

...and he [the devil]shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High...

Every time God gives a judgement about your life, beware. The devil will also speak. He will speak, not to the Most High, but to negate His words in your life. For instance, if God gives a charge and blessing over your business, the devil will speak to frustrate that divine judgement.

This other voice, speaking negative words against God’s judgement, has a vision: to wear you out. The enemy fights to mount pressure on you, until you cave in. When you begin to doubt God’s word, and wonder at the faithfulness of His promises, the enemy sees his opportunity.

...and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

Why is he working to wear out the saints? It is so that, peradventure, he may get the chance to change the times and seasons of your divine assignment. The devil’s plan is to make a 3-month journey drag on for 6 years. His hope is that, the length of days will make you question what you believe.

A word of wisdom: as you rejoice in the promises of God, you will do well to hold on to your sword, because there is a devil seeking to dry up your well of praise.

...and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

The enemy also seeks to change, not only times, but also the law of God for His saints. He thinks to change the divine laws by delaying their manifestation in your life.

Now, God owns the times, but the devil seeks to manipulate the times and laws over your life. When he observes that your obedience to a divine law yields blessings, he seeks to make that law appear ineffective.

His plan is simple: to stand against what God has said to you, wear you out in time, and put a strain on your trust in God’s faithfulness. The strain is revealed in your language and your attitude to praise.

Once a saint confesses that God’s law no longer works, he has helped the devil’s case against him, and is sadly ensnared by his own words. He is given into the hands of his enemy by his own words.

Brethren, the Word works; prayer works. You must be resolute in your confessions and your walk.  

But the judgement shall sit, and they shall take away his dominion, to consume and to destroy it unto the end...

This is the crux of the matter. You see, the judgement is already set. Whether you believe it or not, the judgement has already been given (v22).

The judgement of God against principalities and powers, against any power set against you, is has already been set. (Jn 12:31, Jn 16:11). There is a judgement set against every judgement set against you.

Remember the parable of the sower? The good sower planted the good seed before the enemy sowed tares.

That means that God (the good sower) had planted your destiny before the tares of evil were planted by the enemy. Therefore, your destiny is older than your enemies.

It is your responsibility to walk in understanding and take away the devil’s dominion over your life. The judgement has been given; use it. Wherever you perceive the dominion of the devil, take it away!

Take it away and destroy it, not just one time, but to the end. You keep at it until every trace of satanic dominion is destroyed in your life unto the end.

And the kingdom and dominion, and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven, shall be given to the people of the saints of the most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all dominions shall serve and obey him.

This is your inheritance! All dominions, by whatever name they are called, and in whatever part of the world they operate from, must serve and obey you.

This is what will happen when you have consumed them to the end.

Hitherto is the end of the matter...

This is key to overcoming every battle and winning every war. You take away and destroy the dominion unto the end, and you will reign indeed.


In the name of Jesus,

  • Raw fire of God, possess my life.

  • Wicked power working tirelessly to change God’s times and laws for my life; I bind and destroy you by fire.

  • You dominion of darkness over my life, I take you away and destroy you by fire.

  • You dominion of the devil over my mind, I take you away and destroy you by fire.

  • Any wicked power appointed to change my times and seasons; I bring you down and destroy you by fire.

  • Any judgement fighting to change my times and seasons; I bind and destroy you by fire.

  • Any familiar and ancestral spirit monitoring my life, to frustrate my times and seasons; I bind and destroy you by fire.




REFERENCES: GENESIS 14: 18- 20, II SAMUEL 5: 6-7, PSALM 24: 1-9

Our assignment today is to put an end to endless judgements. These judgements appear endless because they have held sway over households, moving from generation to generation, and seem to be unstoppable. Today, we are going to learn how to put an end to such seemingly endless judgement. In particular, we will deal with the enemy denying you the access and ability to perform your major assignment.

Gen 14: 18- 20

When Abraham paid tithe to Melchizedek, the unborn generations in his loins paid tithe as well. Many Christians are facing challenges they cannot understand, not because of what they did, but as a result of what their forefathers did. Like Abraham, when they bowed to, offered sacrifice to, or worshipped an idol, well, the children in their loins did as well.

Melchizedek was not only a king, but a priest of God as well. When he met with Abraham, he blessed him, and gave him bread and wine- symbolic of the Word and the Spirit. Today, any church that lacks either or both of these is not a divine gathering.

Right there, in the land called Salem, short for Jerusalem, Abraham paid tithe of all to the king and priest of God.

II Sam 5: 6-7

In our generation, there are those that are renowned as prophets. Yet, there are those whose prophetic office is evident, not in their title, but in their ministry. They are not called prophets, but they walk in the prophetic office.

While Samuel was recognised as a national prophet, David was known only as a king. Yet, his prophetic ministry was greater than Samuel’s, so much so that his prophecies were world renowned and transcended generations.(Acts 2:30)

Under the prophetic leadership of Samuel, and during the reign of Saul many lands were conquered. However, there was one land that these two could not possess: the land of the Jebusites.

When David became king, he called his men to go on Jerusalem with him. He understood that it was his major assignment.

Until you hit your Jerusalem, you have not achieved anything. Whatever else you lay claim to as achievements are irrelevant in the face of your MAJOR.

Jesus also walked in this understanding, for He spoke concerning Jerusalem, saying ‘...we go up to Jerusalem... (Matt 20:18)’. And, when Herod threatened Him, He declared that must reach Jerusalem before He died.

In the same spirit, David forsook the festivities that came with ascending the throne, and made the campaign for Jerusalem a priority. He saw that he was the father of the saved of the Lord; therefore, he had to go up and enter the capital city- the major assignment which his predecessors had failed to perform.

The enemy will contend with your major assignment. They will not mind your other accomplishments, but will vigorously resist your going up, and possessing your capital city. You must therefore be ready to fight.

Jerusalem was no mean city. It was strategically located to deter oppositions. So, Samuel and Saul could not enter the city...but David did.

Whatever enemies your progenitors failed to conquer, you will conquer; whatever exploits they could not do, you will perform; if you are ready to fight as David did.

You have to take battle to the enemy. This land, was known as Salem, had now become Jebus- inhabited by the Jebusites. When they saw David, they taunted him, confident that he could not get in. But he did take the land, and called it its proper name- the stronghold of Zion; the mount of God; the Church of God.

It is sad to see that the Zion of God is being occupied by the enemy today. The stronghold of the Church has been overrun by strangers; therefore power, knowledge, wisdom and revelation are missing in the house of God.

It is worth pondering that prophet Samuel did not see this city as a priority. Yet, David went after it with a sense of purpose and urgency.

A Christian must discover his major assignment in his household, marriage, ministry; and must not be ignorant of the ancient powers in his way. These powers are skilful at shutting doors against major assignments and diverting people’s energy through distractions.

These distractions come in form of the pursuit of life’s advancements- education, career, business, money, marriage. They keep men occupied and blindsided from their real assignment.

It is time to go back to the original plan of God. Firstly, you must come to Christ and be cleansed by His Blood. Secondly, you must believe that you now belong to God, and any claim to the contrary by evil powers in inconsequential. Thirdly, you must be ready to prove the devils wrong over your life and your major assignment.

The claim of the Jebusites over the land was countered by David because he looked into the master plan of heaven, and fought with the understanding that the land belonged to God. More so, the priest of God had blessed Abraham on that land.


Ps 24: 1-9

These words of mystery came from the mouth of David, by revelation. It is surprising that Samuel did not know this...

The earth is the LORD’S, and the fullness thereof

The earth, and all that is in it, including the devil thereof, belongs to the Lord. Therefore, any power claiming ownership over your family, land, is a liar!

...the world, and they that dwell therein. For he hath founded in upon the seas, and established it upon the floods.

When Jesus declared judgement upon the devil (Jn12:31), he (the devil) could not claim ownership of the world as he had done in the wilderness because he knew that Christ’s judgement was divine. Just because Adam had lost dominion to the devil did not change the truth that, in the beginning, the world belonged to Christ.

Brethren, your destiny is stronger than your enemies, because it is older than your enemies. It was in the beginning with your Maker; therefore, no claim of ancient powers can overrule that which is truly everlasting.

Who shall ascend into the hill of the LORD? Or who shall stand in his holy place?

David saw that the place inhabited by the Jebusites was the holy place of God, which his father Abraham had possessed by paying tithe upon it. He understood that someone had to ascend and claim it.

Dear parents, I urge you not to short change the future of your unborn generations. Be diligent to know your major assignment and obey every divine instruction, so that you can guarantee the inheritance of generations after you.

He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. He shall receive the blessing from the LORD, and righteousness from the God of his salvation. This is the generation of them that seek him, that seek thy face, O Jacob.

These are the requirements for possessing your Jerusalem. The enemies see you from afar and are watching for a stain, a broken hedge to capitalise upon. However, the man who seeks the Lord in holiness and purity of hands, heart and mouth will receive the divine capacity to possess the land.

Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. who is this King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle. Who is this King of glory? the LORD of hosts, he is the King of glory.

This is the mystery behind Samuel’s inability to enter the capital city. He could not see the spiritual gates mounted to keep people out. But David saw them.

You must work to be older than your fathers by gaining access to mysteries and revelations they were not privy to, through the Holy Ghost. David could declare his intention to bring the church to that land, and issue a divine charge against the ancient gates because of the revelation he had.

... even lift them up

It is your responsibility to lift them up. God will only work with you when you show yourself serious about the business at hand and ready to do the work.

You must come to church with the eyes, heart and zeal of David. Get ready to establish mount Zion in the capital city of Zion.


In the name of Jesus,

  • My soul, receive the fire to end this endless evil judgement against my life.

  • My life, receive fire to enter my major assignment.

  • My life and destiny, I charge you; receive fire to enter your major.

  • Ancient endless judgement standing against my major assignment; I destroy you off by fire.

  • Ancient judgement over my household, fighting to frustrate my major assignment; I destroy you by fire.

  • Ancient judgement that has entered my life, contrary to my assignment; I cast you out by fire.

  • Any judgement that makes me appear dirty before my helpers; I cast you off and destroy you by fire.

  • Ancient doors blocking my way; hear the judgement of the lord. Scatter by fire!





We have learnt that Christ will not return until there is restitution of all things. (Acts 3:21) He can only come to reign as King of kings when you rule indeed as a king. This demands that you make the enemy give back all he has stolen from you. However, you cannot enforce restitution if it has not been revealed to you. If you do not catch a thief, how can you make him return what he stole? (Jn 10:10, Pro 6:30-31) You can only make the devil give back what he has stolen when you have revealed proof that he is behind what you have been experiencing.

We learnt that the tradition of visiting fortune tellers has imposed destinies that negate God’s divine plan upon many lives (Isa 65:11-12).

Josh 7: 25-26

And Joshua said, Why hast thou troubled us? The LORD shall trouble thee this day. and all Israel stoned him with stones, and burned them with fire...and they raised over him a great heap of stones unto this day. So the LORD turned from the fierceness of his anger. Wherefore the name of that place was called The valley of Achor, [or Troubling][AMP] unto this day.

When Achan and his household were killed, the source of pollution, and the cause of God’s anger in the midst of Israel was removed. However, the land was not so fortunate. While executing judgement, the land received a curse, and its name was changed to the Place of Trouble (AMP).

Isa 33:9

The earth mourneth and languisheth: Lebanon is ashamed and hewn down: Sharon is like a wilderness; and Bashan and Carmel shake off their fruits.

When you experience barrenness, abortion of visions, loss and dryness despite your best efforts, it is a sign that the land has been cursed.

When a place has been cursed, it becomes a source of affliction to whoever dwells therein. Without an understanding of the mystery behind the land, a person would struggle and toil in vain in such a place. Whether it be an ancestral home, a place of business or even a place of abode, it will live true to the evil name it has been given.

Hiel lost his first and last sons, his good vision and financial strength notwithstanding, because he did not understand the mystery behind the land he was rebuilding. His spiritual poverty made him poor indeed. (I Kgs 16:34)

Isa 65: 9-10

And I will bring forth a seed out of Jacob, and out of Judah an inheritor of my mountains: and mine elect shall inherit it, and my servants shall dwell there. And Sharon shall be a fold of flocks, and the valley of Achor a place for the herds to lie down in, for my people that have sought me.

Jesus, the inheritor of the revelation of God, will bring in God’s elect into the inheritance. Through Him, we inherit God’s revelation and dwell in it.

When this happens to a place that was once a wilderness, it transforms it into a lush green land that attracts flocks; and the once trouble- ridden land becomes a place of rest for good things.

In Josh 7 and Isa 33, we saw three sad scenarios:

  • the land of trouble; that person who is constantly buffeted by troubles, such that goodness, blessings, divine power and helpers do not find him a profitable life to rest in.

  • the wilderness- like life, void of any good things; that person who has nothing useful to offer and is considered an empty vessel by all who know him

  • the life that casts off it fruits; that person who is plagued by aborted dreams and visions, no matter how hard he works.

When anyone of these inherits and dwells in the revelation of God, their reality changes. The troubled life is delivered and becomes attractive to helpers, prosperity, power, divine presence and greatness, as a life worth resting in; the empty and dry life becomes a lush and fertile place, drawing souls to feed on the abundance of wisdom;  and fruitful

There can be no recovery without discovery. These testimonies will be a reality when the person takes up the responsibility to investigate the root of his affliction. The curse on Jericho remained until it was discovered by the sons of prophets.

You must discover to recover your original destiny.

It is sad to note that many in this generation are too busy wasting time. Men would rather know the most intimate details about movie, music and sport stars than be bothered with deep mysteries of the Word.

The latter part of vs 10 reveals a vital key.

...for my people that have sought me.

The glory promised in this scripture is the privileged portion of those who have sought the Lord. They seek to discover the mystery behind their afflictions; they seek to understand how it came to be, and how to overcome it.

Many Christians are yet to lay hold of the power of prayer. They speak well formed words that lack fire in the place of prayer, forgetting that Christ pressed in prayer on Mount Olives. They forget that His prayers made His sweat like blood, and as they fell on the earth, the curse of Gen 3: 19 was broken.

Such Christians cannot lay hold of the promise of rest, because it is reserved for the people of God who seek Him.

Brethren, apply this principle to every area of your life: is your marriage, business, ancestral household, or your body a place of trouble? Don’t abandon your place because there is beauty in it. Seek God and receive the power to turn your place of trouble into a place of rest.



In the name of Jesus,

  • My soul, receive the fire to seek God at all times.

  • Any judgement imposed on me or my household, to trouble my life and destiny; I damage your power by fire

  • Any judgement causing dryness, trouble in my life; I destroy your power over my life by fire.




JOHN 16: 7-11, JOHN 1:11-12, JOHN 14:18-19, I THESSALONIANS 5:22-23

We learnt, in the first part of this teaching, that revelation is essential to the effective application of judgement. We also learnt that Christ brought the truth to the Gentiles so that it (the truth) is enthroned. This means that the truth has come to set down every negative judgement that had reigned over your life, and reign in its place.

Jn 16:7-11

Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you. And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: Of sin, because they believe not on me; Of righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see me no more; Of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged.

The coming of the Holy Ghost is to reprove the world- of sin, righteousness and judgement. The world in this context refers to your immediate environment. Your family, work environment, your generation...Jesus is saying that the Holy Ghost has come to prove to these people, through you, that they are wrong without Christ.

When He comes into your life, it is first to show to the world that they have sinned, then that they are not righteous. Lastly, He is in your life to prove to them that their judgement cannot be right.

How will this happen? How do you convince the world that you have something they must aspire to; that the gods they believe in are wrong; and that without Christ they are wrong? How will the Holy Ghost in you convince them of this?

John 1:11-12 gives the answer.

He came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name

Only those who receive Christ are given the power to become the sons of God. The Spirit of the Father distinguishes you from the rest. It does not matter how many times they pray, or to whom they pray; without the Holy Ghost, they cannot receive the power to call God ‘Abba’, ‘My Father’.

He will also reprove the world around you of righteousness. He does this by making another distinction. Only those that have the Holy Ghost can see Christ. The world cannot see Him, but you will.

Jn 14:18-19

I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you. Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more; but ye see me: because I live, ye shall live also.

Seeing, fellowshipping, enjoying the presence of Christ becomes the exclusive privilege of those who received His Spirit. Now, when you see Him, you live because He lives. Christ will reveal Himself to you, so that He can minister life- and all its additional benefits- to you.

It does not matter who is in the world; it could even be your twin. As long as he does not have the Spirit of Christ, he cannot see Who you see, or enjoy what you do.

This also means that seeing the spirit of the dead on a frequent basis is a ministration of death.  Now, if I serve God, if I am filled with the Holy Ghost, if I faithfully pay my tithes and offerings; but do enjoy the ministration of God through His servants, it is a sign that something is wrong. It behoves me to investigate the matter. On the other hand, when I am ministered to by His servants, I must also take the time to observe and understand the purpose for the visitation.

Your belief will affect your vision; your vision will affect and generate your judgement; and your judgement will affect your experience. Change a man’s belief, and you will change the man.

It is impossible to see the living Jesus in all His glory and splendour- filled with power, strength, wisdom and light- and remain the same. You cannot wine and dine with Him and not be changed.

Whatever you see in Him will be passed into your life. If you see Him on fire, you cannot but be on fire also. If you Him walking in power, you will also walk and conquer in power. You become what you see in Him.

So, the Holy Ghost will reprove of sin and righteousness. How will He reprove of judgement?

Heb 2: 14-15

Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself likewise took part of the same; that through death he might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil; And deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to bondage.

Snake catchers protect themselves against potential attacks, by using the vaccines developed from the venom of the snakes. This principle explains the divine strategy that destroyed the works of the devil.

From the beginning of the world, Christ was not flesh and blood. However, He had seen the dark state of affairs in the world- that wicked powers, judgements, covenants and demonic activities had conspired to make a waste of my life and destiny. Therefore, He who was not flesh and blood took on that form. He who had never sinned became sin; He who could not die took on the form of man, so that, by dying, He could destroy the devil and deliver me from perpetual bondage, brought on by the fear of death.

Just as He became a serpent to destroy the venom of snakes in the desert, He took on flesh and blood so that in that form, He may become dead, and destroy the devil as well as the power he wielded because of the fear of death.

The demoniac at Gadarenes was delivered because he saw Jesus. The legion in him had no choice but to recognise the Lordship of Christ. When he was delivered, he went on to preach the gospel in 10 cities! The devils possessed and tormented to frustrate him from his destiny.

Do not allow religion to deny you the benefits of your salvation. When the Holy Spirit is in you, you leave the state of living death, powerlessness, confusion, stagnation, frustration and failure. When you see Jesus, you receive life and all that follows it in Him.

I Thess 5: 22-23

You must also reject every appearance of evil in all its forms. It is not enough to abstain from evil in the physical; you must reject its ministration to your spirit and soul as well.


In the name of Jesus,

  • My life, receive fire to see Jesus.

  • My life, receive fire to reject every evil appearance.

  • I conquer, by fire, every evil appearance that has been ministering to my life.

  • Every evil power using evil appearances against my life; I destroy you by fire.