Candace Cameron Bure informed her Facebook followers that her family has been under a spiritual attack from Satan.
The “Full House” alum has never shied away from conversations about faith and values. Bure reaffirmed her belief in Jesus while attributing the imbalance in her home life to direct attacks from evil forces. The 46-year-old mother of three shared some of those details as part of her recently posted Facebook video update.
“My house is usually really peaceful and happy. (But) everyone’s been irritable, including me,” Bure said in the video. “And everyone is just, like, at each other. And it’s been like three days now. And it finally hit me. I’m like, ‘Oh, there’s a spirit of irritability, there’s a spirit of crankiness, there’s a spirit of confusion, Oh, the enemy’s attacking.’”
She said some families “want to just blame one another” for issues when it’s really Satan doing the damage and creating disunity.
“(W)e forget that there’s a very real and powerful enemy at work every single day of our lives. That enemy is the devil,” Bure continued. “He’s real, and he’s at work, but the devil has no control or authority in my home.”
“Jesus has all authority, all power in my home, and He reigns in my home. And so, I call upon the Holy Spirit, I pray out any evil spirits that are in here. And I put on my worship music. It’s just filling my home. So my home is filled with Scripture and God’s Word, God’s power, God’s truth. And I just keep reminding myself of that,” she concluded.
The actress said she posted the video for fans who are also “going through a tough time” and can’t figure out why.
“And yet, [these problems] are explainable,” Bure told her fans. “It’s just sometimes we don’t see it. But let’s not forget what’s going on in the world around us.”
As usual, the “Aurora Teagarden” star got tons of support in the comments, with followers praising her raw assessment and saying it strengthened their faith as well.
“Yes! Amen. Definitely going through this and getting my worship on everyday. Reminding myself of what the Bible says and fighting on my knees. Keep sharing!” one person commented.
“Spiritual warfare is real. Thank you for being bold in your love of Christ,” another said.