La idea de que las brujas y los satanistas se unan para lanzar maldiciones sobre el pueblo de Dios no es una idea nueva. En 1 Reyes 18: 17-40, la Biblia nos dice que 400 profetas de Baal se reunieron para liberar su poder demoníaco contra el profeta Elías.
Although Elijah stood physically alone on Mount Carmel that day, he single-handedly confronted the prophets of Baal with the power of God and subsequently witnessed their total destruction. These Old Testament Baal worshipers were the equivalent of today’s witches and Satanists. Yet these Old Testament devil worshipers, who genuinely did possess strong satanic powers, did not prevail over the power of God.
In light of this, we can joyfully declare that the outcome would be the same even if modern-day witches and Satanists try to repeat this same scenario again. Regardless of how many of them show up to cast curses upon a specific local church, a specific ministry, or the Body of Christ at large, they will fail miserably, just as the prophets of Baal in the Old Testament did.
Even with all the planning and scheming of evil men — even with their incontestable diabolical assistance from Satan — no evil force has ever prevailed over the power of God or the people of God, and none ever will!
Every world leader who has attempted to destroy the Church of Jesus Christ has himself been destroyed. Every dark period in the past 2,000 years of history has eventually succumbed and given way to the overwhelming, conquering light of Jesus Christ and His Church.
Satan has raged loudly like a ferocious beast on many occasions, but he has never devoured the Church.
And according to the Lord Jesus Christ, he never will. In Matthew 16:18, Jesus said in reference to the Church, “…and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”
In regard to the casting of curses upon believers, Proverbs 26:2 declares, “As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come.” What does this verse mean? Just as a bird might fly around without finding a place to build a nest, so a curse may flutter all around a believer but will not find a resting place in that person’s life. And just as a swallow migrates to another place when the season changes, so will the curse eventually return to those who sent it.
Witches and Satanists can cast curses, use potions, and recite incantations and magic spells until they are blue in the face. But no matter how hard they try, their power will never prevail over the people or the power of God!