The symbol of salt refers to cleansing, the removal of what is corrupt and is in itself an agent for addressing what is toxic. Reference to this is found in Scripture (2 Kings 2:19-22) in which water is healed and made pure once the salt was released into it – as well as Jesus Himself making reference to salt in Luke 14:34-35.
Meanwhile water is a symbol of satisfying thirst (Mark 9:41) and is also used in cleansing. It is even used as a metaphor of Jesus Himself when referring to the living water in His conversation with the Samaritan woman in John 4:9-14. It satisfies, refreshes, and can symbolise the release of new life.
There are many references to water in the Bible. In Early Church days there was a developing practice of using salt and water as a visual means of addressing corruption and releasing new life. The use of oil in Scripture is multi-faceted and involves anointing – releasing – and healing. Our custodianship as stewards of God’s land can at times involve using all these elements as a visual indication of what we are praying through in our areas of responsibility.
When combined with proper protocol with an understanding of land from God’s perspective which can be redeemed and healed (c.f. Leviticus 25:23-24; 2 Chronicles 7:14) – the results we have personally witnessed are profound!
HOW TO PRAY WITH SALT
1 Take some warm water and put it in Basin
2 Add some salt into the water
- Pray for the water and salt. Tell God you want to use it as prophetic tool and through it, ask God to cleanse you other needs you may have. Ask God to destroy every work of enemy using the same
You can take a shower without using soap.
NOTE: Salt and water can be used as prophetic tools for christians and CANNOT be substituted as small gods. It is God who works and heals not water or salt
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