Alger fancies herself a prophet but she is not. She traffics in the realm of false prophets. This schtick works by the false prophet "speaking something over you" that is intentionally vague and always positive. The Charismaniac then proceeds to seek out chance and happenstance to "confirm" the spoken word. Our internal and confirmation bias takes over and lo and behold we find confirmation everywhere! If not, we file it away as simply not materializing yet. Take hold of the written word and stop listening to hucksters and charlatans!
"Worship and build up your spirit so that your spirit-man remains immovable in the face of adversity."
From a false religion that views worship as being for us, this makes sense. True worship is for God beloved. It can build our faith in who He is. This is a very self-centered narcissistic theology.
"Nothing is impossible with God. His Kingdom will never end, and it will be established. The enemy may think he is taking ground through his threats and manipulating schemes, but little does he realize how it is stirring up a zeal of the Lord within the saints to secure our inheritance and take the victor's spoils. It's time to evict the devil from our homes, our communities and this nation and claim ownership for the King's domain. Regardless of how he came in, he is trespassing, and it's up to us to throw him out the door." -- Wanda Alger
Says no biblical passage anywhere. I know this is meant as a rah-rah speech but it sets people up to fail and believe in the wrong things. She was fine when citing scripture and speaking about God but like all NAR adherents she just can't help pretending it is about her. She openly admits that she is in this for the victor's spoils and this vague notion of an inheritance. Hear me very clearly. The bible says to resist the devil. It does not say to evict him or throw him out the door. Get over yourself. Don't fall for signs and wonders that are outside of the biblical realm. They are not from God.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- December 13, 2019