The phrase bind the strong man (or strongman) is a referring to a passage in the book of Mark, where Jesus is responding to some Jewish scribes who were accusing Him of being possessed by Beelzebul. Their argument was that “by the prince of demons he is driving out demons” (Mark 3:22). In other words, the reason the demons listened to Jesus was that they were in league with Him and recognized Him as their commanding officer, so to speak. Jesus teaches us in the Gospel of Mark 3 v 23-27 that we have to bind the strongman. So in prayers of Spiritual Warfare we have to bind the strongman, because it is the strongmen who are satan’s generals. The strongmen control the demons who create havoc in Believers’ lives.
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