Weakness in the context used here means: giving in to a mindset of submission, not physical weakness or mental illness or economic strife that puts one in a position where oppression is experienced by others who exercise power in an abusive manner. The word “weakness” was used with this implication in mind, not from a position of ignorant privilege, and most certainly not implying ableism in any manner. I know how kind King Paimon is, and how great His empathy is with those who are oppressed or afflicted in any way, shape or form. I have also seen Him get angry at the way humans discriminate against and oppress one another.
This was also, in this context, meant to convey the refusal to submit to a mindset that many people seem to accept due to societal constructs, or other reasons that, ultimately, they do have the power to change.
He gave these messages to me, pertaining to my personal situation where the above mentioned contexts apply. I have shared what I thought could be generally useful, but this naturally means that not everyone can completely identify with everything that has been said here.
I’m glad you shared your perspective, and that you found the rest helpful.