Creator vs. negator

In the spiritual and natural realms there is one Creator, God—Abba, Jesus and Holy Spirit.  And all that He creates is good, very good.

The enemy is not a creator—he is a negator.  He can't create, but only desecrate creation.  He tries to diminish the light turning it toward darkness, to twist the straight perverting it toward contortion, to turn the good altering it toward evil.

The enemy simply tries to negate (take away from) what is already there in the created realms, natural and supernatural.

This is not a kind of dualism: two equal, but opposite powers fighting against one another.  The negator has no power over the Creator.  And there is no negotiation between them.

The darkness, contortion, and evil in the world is not a creation, but merely a desecration of the perfect creation of God.  It is vandalism.

But how is it stopped?

"The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it" (John 1:5).  Jesus, the Light, overcomes all darkness and desecration.  And He lives, shines and rules through us.

In Christ, as new creations, manifest sons of God we bring about transformation from the negation.

"The heavens are the heavens of the LORD, But the earth He has given to the sons of men…. You have given him dominion over the works of your hands; you have put all things under his feet,” (Ps. 115:16, 8:6).

We are the ones who bring light, straightness and good into the world.  We are the ones who restore the perfect order of things in the natural and supernatural.

We restore witches/warlocks to priests in the kingdom.

We restore psychics to prophets.

We restore beasts to kings.

We restore astral-travelers to translocational-ambassadors.

We restore substance-abusers to divine-substance-partakers.

We restore sex-addicts to Spirit-addicts.

We restore satanists to Jesus-lovers.

We restore child-abusers to children-of-Abba-caregivers in the kingdom.

Abba, Jesus and Holy Spirit do all this in and through us.

God has given us all power and authority over His creation and the enemy’s negation.  We as coheirs and sons do the same thing as the Son and Heir, for He lives in us.

Reduced to what he is, the negator flees in the presence of the Creator God, who lives and works through us.

Lacking nothing, enjoying God’s glory!

Eric Wilding (Wildking Ministries)