As a follower of Jesus, it is important to know the signs and the right weapons of spiritual warfare to be well equipped for spiritual battle.
Everyone who is a disciple of Christ will eventually be under spiritual attack. Satan, God’s enemy, hates every Child of God. He does everything to kill, steal, and destroy who he can.
The Bible says that he goes around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour (1 Peter 5:8). So it is imperative to be prepared and armed for spiritual attacks.
In this article, I want to show you the 7 signs of spiritual warfare that might be going on in your life. I will reveal what weapons Satan uses against you and what spiritual weapons you can use to fend off these nasty attacks.
7 Signs That You Are In Spiritual Warfare – The Weapons Satan Uses:
If you recognize the following signs of being active in your life, always remember what the enemy meant for evil God wants to turn around and use it for good! (Romans 8:28)
Also, remember when you stand under a spiritual attack, it just might be because you’re doing something awesome for God.
In any case, keep your eyes on the prize. Your problem won’t help you, only Jesus can.
He gave you spiritual weapons to fight back. But more on that in the second half of this article.
First, let’s look at the 7 signs of spiritual warfare.
Temptation might be one of the most commonly known “weapons” and signs of a demonic attack.
First of all, temptation itself is not a sin. Let me repeat that: Temptation itself is not a sin!
The tempter wants to lead you to sin, but temptation itself is not (Hebrews 4:15).
When you are tempted you have a choice whether to give in and listen to the snake in the tree (Genesis 3). Or fend off this obvious attack by using weapons of spiritual warfare.
Sometimes the enemy uses temptation as a distraction to divert your attention from the kingdom of God and God’s plan towards yourself and your flesh.
Again, as I mentioned above, the ultimate goal is to render you ineffective for the kingdom of God.
Sometimes the enemy brings short-term distraction. Other times it’s encountering distracting projects for a longer period. Both can include people, work, or even busy church work.
See, some work may seem very good, but might not be of God. Satan can use these seemingly “good” things to keep you from your true calling in God.
You really need to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit to know what’s the right thing to pursue.
In any way, whenever you feel tempted you can be sure a spiritual war is brewing up.
2. Sudden Physical Attacks
One of the most severe and fatal attacks of the enemy is against your health.
If Satan can give you illnesses, diseases, or God-forbid even worse he has accomplished his ultimate goal of destroying God’s awesome creation.
I can already hear some say “but not all sickness is from the devil or a result of sin” because of that one scripture in John 9:1-8. Here the disciples asked Jesus just about this very topic.
Yes, there might be cases like that where Jesus just wants to glorify the father through a miracle.
But I think we shouldn’t make it a general doctrine. Don’t use it as an excuse not to have a fighting spirit in prayer for healing and deliverance.
To learn the difference between healing and deliverance in the Bible I highly recommend you checking out this article. It’s going to teach you the biblical differences and similarities, but also how Jesus lets them work together.
There are so many other scriptures that show us, Jesus casting out demons out of people. That should be our example. I made a whole list of Jesus’ miracles in this article to stir up your faith for more.
I believe that most sicknesses and diseases are not of God.
The God I know does not want anyone to suffer but heals all sickness and all diseases. (Psalm 103:1-5)
Despite the physical attack, you might be under, try your hardest to not get angry at God and keep your faith.
The encouragement here is that there is a reason why you are going through what you are going through.
Yes, God allowed it, but He has a good reason and wants to heal you completely!
If you look at the story of Job you will see that God allowed the worst imaginable to happen to this man, only for Job to be delivered from his pride. (Job 32-42)
When I had cancer as a young 21-year-old boy, God let me go through all kinds of things but it brought major restoration to the relationship with my Dad, and then God healed me of cancer.
By the way, you can read more about my testimony on my about page or watch it in my Youtube video from several years ago below.
3. Relational Trouble
Another big weapon in Satan’s arsenal and a sign that you stand in spiritual warfare is division. When Satan can divide Christians he can conquer them much easier.
That’s why Jesus prayed for the unity of His body and His followers. (John 17:11, 20-23)
Don’t let the enemy fill you with discontentment because you compared yourself to person XYZ on social media or your neighbor or so some other Christian.
Don’t worry about it. Where you are at and what you have is totally okay.
Yes, there is always something to work on in your life. But worrying about whether or not you are good enough in certain areas of your life won’t do you good either.
Let me tell you: You are good enough! You are awesome in God’s eyes. And yes, He wants to prune you as John 15:2 says. But only for you to do even more awesome things for God.
Use what you have and who you are for the kingdom of God. Don’t let the enemy talk you into some trouble.
Don’t let the sun go down on your anger either (Ephesians 4:26-27). Then you’d have more trouble with unforgiveness and bitterness (Matthew 18:21-35).
If a person says or does something that hurts you, let that person know and talk about it, without accusing each other.
Seek reconciliation and work it out. It’s an opportunity for you to grow in your character. Be quick to forgive and move on.
Jesus died for any relational issues. His blood is more powerful to work out the messiest relationship. May it be in a family, love relationship, or just with a friend.
God is able. Give it to Him!
If Jesus can heal my heart and deliver me from all hatred, anger, bitterness, resentment, etc. towards my Dad and completely restore that relationship (watch my testimony here). Then God can do the same and more for you!
This article I wrote a little while back teaches you how Jesus heals the brokenhearted. I believe it might be a real blessing if this is something you would need!
4. Fruitless & Passivity
When Satan and his demons can make a Christian fruitless and only be passive they have accomplished their goal.
Satan doesn’t even care about you going to a church as long as he can render you ineffective in the kingdom of God.
The Bible says in John 15:8 that God, the father, is glorified when we as his children bear much fruit. Then we will be His disciples.
In fact, in the verses before that passage, Jesus tells us that everyone who does not bear fruit will be taken away and thrown into the fire. But everyone who remains in Jesus will bring fruit and will be cleansed so that they would be even more effective. (John 15:1-8)
So, Satan’s main objective is to get every believer comfortable and passive, believing everything is okay. Blinding them from the truth that they are not bringing any fruit for God.
If you find yourself in a situation where you don’t see any progress in God – if you feel you are totally passive in your faith and walk with God – then this is a sign of demonic activity in your life.
You are in spiritual warfare and probably have at some point given in to Satan’s lies.
God is calling you back to Himself now. He is calling you back to a deep, passionate relationship with Him.
He’s calling you to a life of prayer and fasting, a life of fire for God, in signs, wonders, and miracles experiencing the kingdom of God and being fruitful and active.
I find this the most vicious attack and a sign of spiritual warfare.
It may be accusations on a more personal level between only two people or in a smaller group, or even go as far as newspaper articles (front pages) and public slander through social media.
Accusations like being accused of something you are supposed to be or should be, and claimed of having something particularly done, that you have actually not.
Usually, these kinds of accusations are filled with half-truths or you are being taken out of context.
The goal here is always to diminish your trustworthiness, pluck you out from your sphere of influence, and then slowly but surely attack you on the personal level in your emotions (more on that in my next point).
If you are in a situation like that, you are not the first and probably won’t be the last.
They did the same with Jesus and His apostles. They said Jesus is a blasphemer, hanging with the prostitutes, and being a glutton and winebibber (Matthew 11:19).
Even the apostles had to get out of places fairly quickly because the religious jews would stir the crowds against them through slander and accusations. (Acts 13:50-51, 14:1-7, 17:13-15)
It is nothing new, but it can be quite hurtful, especially when close friends or family you thought would stand with you leave you and join in with the accusations.
Remember: The battle is of the Lord.
Lean on Him 100% and let Him handle it. You hold your course and be fully obedient to His guidance. He will turn the tide eventually.
6. Emotional Attacks
Being caught up in emotional attacks might be another very typical sign of standing in spiritual warfare. This battle oftentimes begins in the mind.
Whenever the enemy attacks you with fear, anxiety, despair, discouragement, doubt, etc. you know you’re in a demon’s crosshair.
Because so many people are simply undelivered in their issues the enemy has an easy play with people. All he has to do is push some “buttons” in your life, whisper some lies, so you would get overwhelmed.
Don’t get me wrong. Some attacks in the emotions can be very severe.
The whole reason why the enemy can “push buttons” in your life is that there are so many unhealed hurts, traumas, and undealt issues.
Satan’s goal is here that you ultimately would doubt God’s love, presence, plan, power, and provisions.
But stay your course. Jesus wants to heal you and there are spiritual weapons that God gives us to fight back with.
When the enemy uses deception as a weapon, it is tough to spot as an individual. Because you think you are right in what you do and believe but you’re are actually not.
The enemy will make you believe that right is wrong and wrong is right.
It can go as far as Christians thinking they do “the work of the Lord” by destroying someone’s ministry, slandering, gossiping, and spiritually murdering God’s servants.
The best biblical example could be the apostle Paul who persecuted Christians in the zeal and the name of the Lord (Acts 8:1-4; 9:1-2). Only a direct encounter with Jesus was able to turn him around. (Acts 9:3-22)
That is in fact the only way deceived people can be convicted – by a confrontation with the truth.
God would use prophetic words, dreams, vision, or even send people across your way to talk you out of that trouble.
The only way to prevent being deceived or getting out of deception is humbling yourself before God and doing real deliverance of every deceptive spirit in your life.
I put together a prayer guide that will lead you into a deliverance prayer so you can find your freedom from deception among other things as well.
What Defines Spiritual Warfare?
In general spiritual warfare describes the war against demonic spirits in the spiritual realm.
This war was won by Jesus when He died for all humanity’s sins on the cross.
But despite the victory, the battle is still raging. Demons are still out to kill, steal, and destroy what is of God including His children. In another article, I explained in more depth what a demon is to help you see what you’re up against in this spiritual war.
But God doesn’t leave us defenseless. Through His Word, He reveals spiritual weapons and armor that we can use to stand against the vile attacks of the devil. But more on that later.
Through Jesus, He gives us authority and the mission to bring healing and deliverance to the people in need (Matthew 28:18-20, Mark 16:15-20, John 20:21).
Healing and deliverance is an important key in this war because it robs the enemy of his influence and releases more of God’s kingdom in your life. I wrote two helpful articles that explain the meaning of deliverance and compare healing vs deliverance to give you a better understanding of these spiritual realities.
How Can I Win My Spiritual Battles?
You can only win your spiritual battles in obedience to the leadership of the Holy Spirit. It is the power of God activated by your trust in Him that drives out the darkness in your life.
But this doesn’t happen by just warming a chair in the church or just spending some “quiet time”.
It is actively taking hold of the spiritual weapons God has given you through His Word and the Holy Spirit. Use them to fight the principalities, powers, the rulers of this age, and the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. (Ephesians 6:12)
It is a misconception that “we only have to rest in the love and presence of God” to manifest our victory. God’s bride is a bride that prepared herself with a white dress and army boots. (Ephesians 6:10-18)
To win your spiritual battles you need to actively step into your spiritual authority in Jesus Christ and use the weapons He has given you. I will explain these in a few paragraphs below.
Jesus said if you cast out demons by the finger of God or by the Holy Spirit the kingdom of God has come to you (Luke 11:20; Matthew 12:28). It is not by your own might, wisdom, or power but by God’s Holy Spirit that brings the anointing and breaks the yoke of demonic bondage. (Isaiah 10:27)
What Is Warfare Prayer?
Warfare prayer is a more authoritative prayer taking spiritual authority over a circumstance or situation to cast out demons in the name of Jesus.
This can happen in intercession, for crowds, or in a 1 on 1 prayer session. Its goal is to bring healing and deliverance to those that are sick and/or bound.
I wrote a helpful in-depth prayer guide to help you pray a warfare prayer for healing and deliverance.
7 Weapons Of Spiritual Warfare To Do It Right
God doesn’t leave us alone in this spiritual warfare we face. He gives us weapons and armor that help us to conquer the kingdom of darkness and release the kingdom of God.
This comprehensive list gives you the weapons that God has either taught me through healing and deliverance ministers or revealed to me through prayer and the reading of His Word.
I pray these weapons will empower you spiritually to find healing and deliverance in Jesus.
1. Repent and release the blood of Jesus
One of the most powerful weapons that the enemy has nothing to come against is God’s forgiveness and the blood of Jesus.
Obviously, for that, you need to humble yourself before God and surrender everything 100%.
The Bible says that God resists the proud but gives grace to the humble (James 4:6; 1 Peter 5:5). Jesus is faithful and just to forgive you when you sincerely ask Him for it. And He will cleanse you from all unrighteousness through His blood. (1 John 1:9)
The blood of Jesus is the blood He shed for you on the cross so that you can have forgiveness of your sins, healing of all your diseases, and deliver you from all your oppressions. (Isaiah 53:4-7)
When you are forgiven of all your sins and washed in the blood of the lamb of God you can stand before God with a clean conscience. The Bible says that He gives you a dress that is more white than snow. (Revelation 7:14)
Being forgiven and under the blood shame, guilt, and condemnation has no hold on you anymore.
You can freely and boldly come before the throne of God and step into your authority as a Child of God and ambassador of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20). Your name is now written in the lamb’s book of life.
Believe it or not but you are now a threat to the kingdom of darkness. The only way the enemy could outmaneuver you is by making you a passive Christian.
2. Forgive others to releases yourself
When you have received God’s forgiveness of your sins He expects you to forgive others that wronged you with that same forgiveness.
In fact, Jesus says if you don’t forgive others their sins against you He won’t forgive you either (Matthew 6:15).
We should not let the day end in our anger but be quick to forgive. If we don’t forgive others, bitterness and unforgiveness can come into your life (Ephesians 4:26-27; Matthew 18:21-35).
They take root with anger, rage, and hatred which is like murder in the heart before God (Mark 7:21; 1 John 3:15; Matthew 5:21-26).
Releasing others out of their debt to us is so powerful and can be very restoring to relationships. You could say, releasing others will release yourself.
When I became a Christian God convicted me of this truth that I had to forgive everyone in my life that I held something against.
At the time I was extremely angry at my Dad for having left us when I was about 2 years old.
Throughout my salvation process, I decided to forgive and release him.
God touched me and opened the door to start healing and delivering me from bitterness, unforgiveness, hatred, anger, and all these family-destroying curses that ran through my family lines.
It was a process in which God taught me a lot about forgiving others. When I got sick with cancer God used the situation to go even deeper in this area of forgiving my dad and healing our relationship.
You can watch the powerful conversation with my Dad to see what restoring miracle God has done in this video below.
Then, when Jesus delivered me it was like someone pulled a black spiritual arrow out of me. I had a physical manifestation of deliverance and was set free of all hurt that was left.
For the first time after 21 years, I was able to call my father “Dad” and tell him that I love him.
THAT, my friend, is God’s power of forgiveness in action.
He did it for me and wants to do the same for you.
Make the decision today to forgive and release. It might be a process but it’s a process worth fighting. It will set you up for success and a spiritual breakthrough.
3. Break the curses that block your growth
Sin in itself is rebellion against God and as the Bible teaches, this rebellion has a consequence. The Bible calls it curses (Leviticus 28, Deuteronomy 26).
We know that any curse that is not broken will run as far as into the third and fourth generation (Exodus 20:5). These curses are also called generational curses.
When Jesus died on the cross He was “wounded for our transgressions”, “bruised for our iniquities” AND the chastisement (consequence, punishment, curse) was put upon Him because of our sin. (Isaiah 53:5)
In other words, He bore our sins and took our curses.
Galatians 3:13 even states that He became a curse for us.
There is a belief in the body of Christ that because of Jesus all our curses are broken at the moment of salvation.
But here is the problem with this doctrinal belief.
If He became sin and took our sin on the cross, why do we still have to repent of our sin?
Because sin isn’t forgiven for everyone just because Jesus died. Sin is those forgiven who accept the forgiveness of Jesus and turn from their “sinful” ways.
Christians call this repentance.
I believe just like repentance deals with our sin, we need to apply the power of the cross to the consequences of sin in our lives.
This does not refer to being righteous and washed clean by the blood of Jesus.
It’s about breaking a spiritual, legal contract with the enemy that we agreed to when we sinned.
But He also expects us to deal with the remaining consequence.
After true repentance, God forgives us. He washes us from all shame and guilt. The blood of Jesus makes us righteous before God.
Now you need to renounce every agreement you made with the devil, in the name of Jesus.
You need to cast out the curse holder that made sure demonic punishment would be released because of your sin.
The Bible says a curse without a cause cannot come (Proverbs 26:2). Why then do so many Christians suffer under demonic influences like jealousy or selfishness?
Paul tells newborn, Spirit-filled Christians that this is demonic activity. (James 3:14-15)
So many Christians have not broken with their sin, their curses, and their demonic spirit. In this example, it happens to be jealousy and selfishness.
Braking the consequences of sin (curses) and casting out demons is not trying to produce your own justification or salvation.
It is rather fighting for your spiritual freedom. It is the beginning of a true healing and deliverance process.
If you want to see an example of how to renounce those curses go and check out my prayer guide.
Breaking your curses will free you to move in the gifts and callings of God. You will experience a higher level with Jesus.
Since I started my healing and deliverance process, God set me free to use more and more spiritual gifts.
When I do deliverance in my own life God moves and releases more and more freedom and breakthroughs in my life.
4. Use the full armor of God as a weapon
You might have heard or read of the armor of God in Ephesians 6:10-18.
It describes a spiritual armor that God gives us against the spiritual powers of darkness. The latter are also known as demons.
Now, before you freak out because I used the word “demon” you should read this article I wrote to help you see what you, as a Christian, are up against.
God gives us powerful weapons to destroy strongholds. One of them is the armor of God.
It consists of:
- Belt of truth.
- Helmet of salvation.
- Breastplate of righteousness.
- Shoes of the gospel.
- Shield of faith.
- Sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God.
You might recognize that it doesn’t have protection on the back. That is because God intends this armor to be an offensive, forward-moving weapon and not defensive cover.
Paul says to “take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand“ the attacks of the enemy and “to stand” (Ephesians 6:13-14). The Greek word used for “withstand” means “to set one’s self against, resist, and oppose”. (blueletterbible.org)
He doesn’t say “put on the whole armor of God so you can defend yourself”. Paul emphasizes that this is an armor used to fight back and resist and not run away because you are attacked.
This is important to understand because God’s weapons are not like our natural weapons. They are mighty to destroy strongholds and defeat the powers of darkness.
The spiritually violent take the kingdom of God by force. (Matthew 11:12)
The armor of God is a weapon for spiritual warfare. Put it on – every day.
Using the armor of God in faith and authority in Jesus Christ in connection with other spiritual weapons God gives us, you will be able to conquer what the enemy has stolen from you.
5. Apply the spiritual weapons arsenal
God gives us different kinds of weapons for our spiritual warfare through His Word.
No matter what spiritual opposition you face, in the beginning, it usually appears like a huge mountain. But Jesus tells us that if we have faith like a mustard seed we’ll be able to move any mountain that we face (Matthew 17:20).
Speak to the spiritual mountain to move in the name of Jesus. Hold on in trust to God. Because there is nothing too hard for Him.
If you are obviously under spiritual attack by the enemy you are not defenseless. God gave you an authority in the spirit to stand strong in this spiritual warfare.
The Bible says that whatever we bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever we lose on earth will be loosed in heaven. (Matthew 18:18)
So, binding the enemy in his attacks is very powerful. In fact, every time I do spiritual warfare it is one of the first things I pray for.
As I mentioned before, releasing a person that wronged you and forgiving her/him is one of the most powerful weapons of spiritual warfare. This is something the enemy cannot counter-attack because it literally takes any power out of the devil’s hand and places it into God’s hands.
Be quick to forgive. It might be a process. But decide to forgive until your heart automatically says I forgive. It will bring great victory to your life.
Another mighty weapon of our warfare is releasing God’s judgment upon the enemy according to Psalm 149.
You can spiritually apply the truths out of Psalm 149.
Bind the strongman, take away the weapons of any demonic spirit sent against you. Remember, no weapon formed against you shall prosper (Isaiah 54:17). No mercy for demons. Release God’s appointed judgment upon them.
It’s time to tighten your spiritual belt and fight the good fight of faith. When the devil walks around like a roaring lion seeking to devour you, he didn’t give you any mercy (1 Peter 5:8). So, why should you?
There is no mercy for demons, only for God’s people. Release God’s judgment upon the enemy and reverse the curse that you don’t deserve anyway.
I believe one of the most basic weapons for spiritual warfare that we might overlook sometimes is God’s Word itself. It is alive and powerful. It is sharper than any two–edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. (Hebrews 4:12)
There is an anointing on quoting scripture in spiritual warfare like Jesus did when He was tempted (Matthew 4:1-11).
Even just reading the Word to renew your mind and keep your eyes on the prize will help tremendously (Romans 12:1-2). God will give you a fresh revelation to go to the next step in your healing and deliverance process.
When you look at David you can see that God used worship as a great weapon of spiritual warfare to bring healing and deliverance (1 Samuel 16:23).
When King Saul was overcome by the evil spirit, David would play His harp, and the evil spirit would leave King Saul.
Sometimes you just need to come before God in worship, either through your own or byways of karaoke-style. Either way, it will bring the anointing to break the yoke. (Isaiah 10:27)
Worship God to get you prepared for God’s spiritual counterattack.
Now, this next weapon is more based on experience.
While the Bible encourages praying in tongues and says that it will benefit you to build up your faith and spirit, it can also be used for spiritual warfare. (Mark 16:15-18; 1 Corinthians 14:4; Jude 1:20)
I know it is a heavenly language. But sometimes in a spiritual warfare prayer situation, the Holy Spirit would pray rather forcefully and almost vigorously through me. It’s like He gives me things to pray that I naturally wouldn’t know how to pray (Romans 8:26-27). I can only testify to it that it can be used in spiritual warfare.
If you are the tongue-talking type, try it out!
Another weapon is rebuking demons and telling them to go in the name of Jesus.
Some Christians say “You shouldn’t talk to demons”. But when I look in the Bible, I see Jesus rebuking demons all the time. (Mark 1:23-27; Luke 4:31-37; Matthew 8:28-34; Mark 5:1-20; Luke 8:26-39)
Also using the finger of God can be powerful to release the kingdom of God for a real breakthrough.
I myself have witnessed demons manifesting and being cast out by using “the finger of God” that Jesus mentions in Luke 11:20. It’s powerful, but no magic!
It is still God who does the miracle. He just wants us to join Him in establishing His kingdom.
Adding these biblical weapons to your spiritual weapons arsenal will make you a man or woman of God that the enemy needs to reckon with.
6. Move God’s hand through intercession
I believe Intercession is one of the most powerful weapons of spiritual warfare.
But before I tell you how to apply this spiritual weapon, let me explain what intercession is.
Intercession is “the action of saying a prayer on behalf of another person” which is also known as interceding. (oxford dictionary)
Whenever you pray for someone generally or a specific matter, you are interceding for this person. (1. Timothy 2:1-4)
Now, applied as a spiritual weapon it can powerfully move the spiritual realm, similar to “standing in the gap”. But more on that in the next point.
When you intercede you follow the example of Jesus who prays before God on our behalf night and day (Romans 8:34, John 17).
It is important that you pray according to the Will of God. The easiest way of knowing you are praying in His will is by praying the Bible.
Some of the prayers in the Bible are perfect for that. You would choose for example the prayer of Acts 4:24-30 especially the verses 29-30 and use them as a launchpad or “prayer inspiration” for your intercession.
You can’t go wrong on this one because you’re basically praying God’s Word which is God’s will anyway.
By praying for others in that way, it is like filling up a bowl. In fact, the Bible shows us that the prayers of God’s people are gathered like incense in bowls. And poured out in God’s appointed timing. (Revelation 5:8, 15:7, 16:1)
The only thing that can make your intercession more powerful is standing in the gap.
7. Move angels & demons by standing in the gap
The phrase “to stand in the gab” stems from Ezekiel 22:30 in which God is telling His prophet that He found no one who would stand up in prayer on behalf of the land.
On that Bible verse, Christians base an intercessory practice of praying on behalf of someone else, making it a powerful weapon in spiritual warfare.
This gap is a spiritual and figurative gap between God’s people and the Lord himself.
This gap breaks open every time sin happens.
Obviously, Jesus bridged that ultimate gap for us. But we can also stand in that gap on behalf of a person and their lack of repentance or reconciliation with God.
This is like filling a hole in a wall or uniting two positions together.
This intercessory technique will move angels and demons into the spiritual realm and release the kingdom of God.
To learn how to stand in the gap in intercession I wrote another short article that explains this specific topic in more detail.
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