There is no death, no disease, no anger, no hate, no lying, cheating, quarreling and such in Heaven. So, we are praying against those things here, which are not of the nature of the kingdom coming. We speak life where there is death, in the Name of Yahshua. We have the authority to do this, because we were given dominion over this earth through Yahshua/Jesus, the manifested presence of Yahweh and He waits for us to use that authority through an intimate relationship with Him, here on earth. It is called spiritual warfare. If the church is silent, there is no warfare, only a horrible ride, down a slippery slope of perversion and evil, to the front door of Satan.
So, what is the spiritual entity attacking us through this virus? What does the word Pandemic mean? According to the dictionary, a pandemic is a global outbreak of disease. Pandemics happen when a new virus emerges to infect people and can spread between people sustainably. Because there is little to no pre-existing immunity against the new virus, it spreads worldwide. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a viral infection invading the bodies of people and spreading easily from person-to-person.
OK, that is what it does, but again, who is this pandemic? Pandemic comes from the Greek word, "pandemos" meaning, "of all the people". It is linked in ancient Greek as an epithet to the Greek goddess Aphrodite described as the goddess of "sensual pleasures".
Today, we find the definition of the word Pandemonium as a noun described as: 1 'we heard a massive bang and then there was complete pandemonium' SYNONYMS. bedlam, chaos, mayhem, uproar, madness, havoc, turmoil, tumult, commotion, confusion, disorder, anarchy, furore, frenzy, clamour, din, hubbub, hue and cry, babel, rumpus, fracas, hurly-burly, maelstrom.
Take a good look at all those words defining Pandemonium, they all belong to the kingdom known as Hell. They are enemies of our souls! Ponder on this.
The word "pandemonium" is associated with Pandemic and was "invented" by John Milton in his poem Paradise Lost, where a lot of false doctrines have evolved into Christianity. Pandemonium is one of those words we can trace back to a single person who spun it seemingly out of thin air. In his epic poem, Milton uses the Greek word Pandaemonium, as the "capital of Hell".
He combines the Greek prefix Pan, meaning all, with the Late Latin daemonium word meaning "evil spirit." (Daemonium itself traces back to the far more innocuous Greek word daimon, meaning "spirit, deity.)
So, pandemonium is literally the place of ALL demons and though the word pan-demonium is a relatively modern "invention," the word demonium, meaning abode of demons or hell, DID exist in classical Latin. Does anyone remember the name "Pan" from ancient Greek Mythology?