When The Enemies of
Sickness, Disease, and Evil Spirits Come to Attack

3 buzzards in a row ... don't be deceived.
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Please follow the three steps:
1. Read (preferably aloud) II Chronicles 20:1-30.
3. Listen to the Real Audio teaching and fill in the study.

I. Introduction:
A. Who are the children of  Moab? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________

B. Who are the children of Ammon? _____________________________________ _________________________________________________________________

C. "And with them other beside the Ammorites" _____________________________ __________________________________________________________________

1. The Horites were known as " ________ dwellers.
a. "Emims" (Deuteronomy 2:1-20) means "___________".
b. The land was known as "the land of the _________".
c. "Zamzummims" means "murderers" to the ___________.
2. Esau was the son of  ________.  He first married two _________ women.  He was the descend of _________.
(Gen. 26:34).  Later he married two other women, the daughters of ___________ the son of ________.
D. Jehoshaphat was king of _____________ and lived in the fortified city of ______________.  He became surrounded by the children of ___________, the children of __________, and those of mount ___________ (the ____________ and possibly others: ___________________.)

E. We should fortify our ___________ against the invasion of disease.  The immune system helps protects us from the attack of _________ infections, ________ infections, __________ invasion, and carcinogens that may produce _________.    We do this through obeying the ________ laws and the __________ or ____________ laws of the Bible, through proper ____________, diet, __________, _________ and __________.
Scripture for presenting our bodies a living sacrifice is ____________.

F.  The attack of the enemy may naturally produce _______.

II. What should you do when the enemy surrounds you?
A. We should set ourselves to _____________________ and not ___________ first. Scripture: __________, __________.   We may need to do a food fast, a _________-fast, or _____________-fast.

B. We are to ________ the LORD for help.

1. We should recognize that our __________ are not enough.

2. We must come to ____________ upon God.

C. We are to __________.
1. Acknowledge that God is _____________.

2. He rules over _____ the kingdoms of heaven.

3. He has all power and __________.

4. _____________ can withstand Him.

D. We are to acknowledge that God gave us our _____________.
1. He drove the _____________ out of the land.

2. He gave it to the seed of Abraham (____________).

3. He is a ____________  ___________ God.

4. We have built a sanctuary in His name.  What is it? __________________.  Scripture: ____________

E. When evil comes upon us.
1. _______________

2. _______________

3. ________________


5. Then we are to stand.

a. Before the ___________
b. In God's presence.  (The ________   _________ lives inside of us.)
F. We are to declare the _____________ agreement.
1. We are to ______ _____ _______ in our affliction.

2. God will _________ and ________.

G. We are to understand the situation.
1. God had _______ permitted Israel to destroy all the enemy.

2. Application: Neither has God permitted science to destroy all _____________.

H. We are to ____________ God of His ____________.
1. The enemy has come to cast us out of our ___________ that God has given us.

2. Our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, which has been purchased by ______________________.   Scripture: ___________________

I . We are to hold God to His _________ (verse 12).
III.  What was God's response?
A. Be not ___________ because of the multitude.

B. For the battle is ______ yours, but God's.

C. You do not need to _______ this battle.   (People wear themselves out trying to fight _______________.)

D. Stand still (don't be ___________ and act ___________.

E. See the _____________ of the LORD.

F. _________  ______.

G. Be not _________________.

H. Tomorrow, go out against them. ( Neither be __________.)

IV. What was Judah's response? ______________________.

V. Further instructions to us.

A. Believe in the LORD your God, so shall you be ______________.

B. Believe in his prophets, so shall ye ___________.

C. Jehoshaphat appointed  ________ unto the LORD.

1. That should praise the beauty of _____________.

2. Say, "Praise the LORD, for his mercy endureth ____________."

VI. Results:
A. When they began to sing who set ambushments? _____________.

B. They ____________ one another.

C. Judah came only to pick up the _________.

D. The battlefield came to be known as "the valley of Berachad" or "the valley of  __________."

E. Judah returned to Jerusalem to ___________ the victory.

F.  When the surrounding countries heard of the victory, they experienced the _______ of the _________.

G. The LORD gave Judah a season of ________ and rest.

VII.  God may use a little different approach with us.
A. This study is meant to be an __________, not a formula.

B. The key is to ________ of God.

C. God told David to wait until he heard the sound in the top of the ____________ trees before he entered into battle.  Scripture: _____________.

D. He told Naaman, the leper, to go bath himself seven times in the _________ river.  Scripture: _______________.

E. What is God telling you? ___________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________

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