In our last post, we established the fact that ladies, it is your covenant right to be married, though there are things some ladies must necessarily do to enforce this covenant right.
As said in that post, it is one thing to recognize your covenant right and another thing is to do something about it. In reality, there are situations that are far beyond some ladies, and for that reason, they will never be in a position to enforce their covenant rights.
This is just like in the post “pursue, overtake and recover all”, some really pursued and overtook their enemies, but they could not recover anything because they were meet with the opposition of the strong man.
Also, some ladies, even though they recognized that it is their covenant right to get married. They saw at the same time the strong man that is standing in their way that will never allow them to get married in this life.
That calls, for the very reason, that some ladies must apply every known spiritual force to bring down the strong man. It is only then that they will be in a position to enforce their covenant right.
As long as the strongman is standing and in operation, they may never be able on their own to enforce their covenant rights to get married. First, ladies must be knowledgeable about what empowers the strong man, that is, what gives the strongman their strength or power to oppose them.
Secondly, they must get the knowledge of why some ladies will never be in a position to enforce their covenant right to get married for life. Some ladies, as a result of the power of the evil altars of their father’s house, are incapacitated, just as Gideon was incapacitated in Judge 6:25-27.
Judge 6:25, says, And it came to pass the same night, that the Lord said unto him, “Take thy father’s young bullock, even the second bullock of seven years old, and throw down the altar of Baal that thy father hath, and cut down the grove that is by it:
And build an altar unto the Lord thy God upon the top of this rock, in the ordered place, and take the second bullock, and offer a burnt sacrifice with the wood of the grove which thou shalt cut down.
Like Gideon, as long as the evil altars in his father’s house were intact, he was incapacitated, not until God instructed him, saying, “throw down the altar of Baal that thy father hath”.
In the place that the altar of Baal was thrown down, Gideon was asked to build an altar unto the Lord thy God upon the top of this rock. In the ordered place, and take the second bullock, and offer a burnt sacrifice with the wood of the grove which thou shalt cut down.
What I am trying to bring out is that the strongman derives their power from evil alters that may be in their father’s house. As long as that evil altar exists, the strongman may never allow them to get married.
The only way to enforce their covenant right to get married is to ensure that the evil alters that empower the strong man is thrown down, and it places a godly altar to the Lord is built.
Obviously, ladies can never do this on their own, meaning that they must necessarily need the services of a priest of God in the position to erect a godly altar.
I wish also to point out that some ladies, in addition to the evil altars from their fathers, have evil alters enacted on their behalf. That is some ladies on their own visited fetish doctors who erected altars for them.
It is when those ladies, observed that such altars were not working, that they decided to run to men of God. As well, the godly altars from men of God will equally not work unless the first evil altars were thrown down, as the two altars cannot co-exist.
Secondly, another thing that empowers the strong man is vows and covenants. Some parents made vows and covenants before certain shrines and deities that are binding on their daughters.
Not only vows and covenants entered into by their parents, some ladies ignorantly equally on their own made vows and entered into covenants directly and indirectly. Such vows and covenants need to be discovered and broken if such ladies expect to be in a position to enforce their covenant rights to be married.
This is the end of part one. Watch out for part two of our discussion next. Shalom!