Crippling the Enemy, Winning the war

Victory is all about strategy. When winners win, the way that they get to be victorious matters. Leaders, warriors, kings and the likes have different ways to win, but God has his own ways as well. And we all know that God’s ways are always the best ways to go. Because God is a God of victory and He is also a God of war. In the book, “Spiritual Art of War”, Bishop Jordan writes about different strategies in order for you to get what you want, because you deserve it.

One of the many strategies taught in the book is to cripple the capacity of your adversary’s leaders to assert their influence. Why: a loss of leadership pushes your adversary toward disorganization and defeat. The central idea here is that if you cut off the head, the body will die. And not surprisingly, we find this concept in the Scripture’s account of kingdom warfare. In Zechariah 13:7, we read, “‘Strike the Shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered…’”(Zechariah 13:7b).The sheep without their shepherd are lost; they can’t take care of themselves, and they’re easy prey for wolves, lions, and bears.

In business there are many forces that can affect your company’s performance and how successful you are at capturing and holding market share vis-à-vis your competitors. But ultimately, all of the major decisions an organization is required to make are made by a centralized leadership comprising one or more people. How might you go about incapacitating such a leadership?

If you want your business to be successful, read the Spiritual Art of war and start making it happen. Click here to learn more about the art of winning.