The Bible teaches us plainly how to overcome. Let's read 2 Corinthians 10:4-5

"for the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds." 

Casting down imaginations...

You can insert the word "fantasizing" for the word "imaginations" since that is where addictive behaviors begin. Verse five in the amplified version says, "arguments." First of all, it's an argument in your mind. The enemy tries to argue with you and there is an argument going on. It's not a war yet.

There is a road in your mind that can lead you to the right place or to the wrong place. Who is going to win? The one who wins is the strongest one. If you feed lust, lust will win. But if you make a decision to shut the door on lust by not feeding it, you can win.

It's going to take more than a prayer line to help you. It's going to take more than an anointing oil. It's going to take more than a deliverance service to win over lust. You've got to control your eyes and your thoughts.

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