Everything visible and physical is preceded by something invisible and spiritual. The consequences we are dealing with in our lives, in our homes, in our culture, we are dealing with them because there is a gap between where God is and where we are.
If you want to address in the time of your attack the visible and physical, you need to do it from the perspective of the invisible and spiritual. He gives you the term that he uses throughout the book of Ephesians of “heavenly places.”
He says, during those times, you have to view things from the location of heavenly places or the spiritual realm if you’re going to be strong, to walk through, work through the times of those attacks, submit to God and live by the power of prayer.