How to Fight for your Job with Bible Verses

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Regardless of whether your job is threatened by an unreasonable boss or envious co-workers or demanding hours, you have to combine spiritual and physical interventions to form your own holistic deliverance ministry to Fight for your Job with Bible and deliver yourself from being sacked.

The first spiritual intervention step is pray about the situation. Pray every morning before you leave for your workplace and every time you face a challenge at work. Learn from Jacob who knew that God was the only one who could protect him when he was working for his crooked father-in-law Laban for he said to his wives, “Your father has deceived me and changed my wages ten times but God did not allow him to hurt me.” (Genesis 31:6)

Therefore, seek God’s help through prayer regardless of your the specific  causes of workplace stress so that you can learn what course of action you should take to Fight for your Job with Bible.

As you pray, use Scriptures since Bible verses are the foundation of any deliverance ministry and Christian spiritual warfare because the Word of God is the Sword of the Spirit that God has given us to fight with. (Ephesians 6:17) Therefore, we will call the Scriptures that we will use to fight for your job SWORD WORDS.

SWORD WORDS that you can use as personal deliverance prayers for your job include:
1. Let Your work appear to Your servant, and Your glory to my children. And let the beauty of the Lord my God be upon me, and establish the work of our hands for me; yes, establish the work of my hands for me. (Adapted Psalm 90:16-17)

2. Lord, may You grant me according to my heart's desire and fulfill all my purpose. (Adapted Psalm 20:4)

3. Lord please bless all the work of my hands. (Adapted Deuteronomy 28:12)

In addition to praying for yourself, ask your Pastor to pray for your job and attend Deliverance services so that you can learn different spiritual warfare prayers and receive deliverance from being sacked and unemployed.  

After praying, put on the helmet of salvation since it is one of the weapons of our warfare being part of the armor of God that we need to put on to fight our spiritual battles. (Ephesians 6:14-17)

All you need to put on this helmet of salvation is to say with your mouth that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead when He died for our sins and you will be saved. (Romans 10:9)

After letting Jesus into you heart and life, you have to trust Him completely and believe that your life and future are in His hands and not in your bosses’ hands so that you are not happy one day and hapless the next depending on what happened at your place of work.

The next spiritual step is to remove all negative thoughts about your job from your mind so that you can Be renewed in the spirit of your mind. (Ephesians 4:23) To do this, set specific meditation session during the day when you can meditate on the following spiritual warfare scriptures:
1. Refrain your voice from weeping and your eyes from crying because your work shall be rewarded, says the Lord. (Jeremiah 31:16)

2. Surely my just reward is with God and my work with my Lord. (Isaiah 49:4)

Meditate on these Scriptures and decide to believe them whenever doubts enter your mind trying to convince you of the contrary. Believe these Scriptures because having faith in God and in His Word is how you hold up your shield of faith which is another of our spiritual weapons and the weapon that is able to quench all the fiery darts of the enemy. (Ephesians 6:16)

Ensure also that you read at least one chapter of the Bible everyday because the Gospel is another of our warfare weapons and also so that you can learn more Scriptures to meditate on.

Combine reading the Word of God with speaking the Word of God over your job because it is the sword of the Spirit that we are to wield to fight our spiritual battles. Positive scriptural affirmations that you can confess over your job include:
1. Promotion comes neither from the east nor from the west nor from the south. Because God is the Judge: He puts down one and exalts another. (Psalm 75:6-7)

2. The righteous and the wise and their works are in the hand of God. (Ecclesiastes 9:1)

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