Deuteronomy 20:4
For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.

Let me remind you as I remind myself. In any Christian’s warfare God, The Divine will be the only confidence. For many are praying today who have serious battles to fight for health, relationships, battle for a job, some are struggling to convince a wayward child to come back home, and some are struggling with disappointment, discouragement, and failure of a dream. Lord, remind them that you are their God. Remind them that you are with them. Just know that Christianity life requires us to recognize that what we see is not the only reality. We must acknowledge the natural, and the supernatural, to survive in both realms by being strong in the Lord and his mighty power.

We are on a never-ending quest for an eternal life of ease, and we’re trying everything possible to have it. We find it easy to pass laws than to demand personal responsibility for people’s safety. We have also discovered that it takes a lot of work to teach our children self-discipline. In spite of all our efforts, to educate, people are less prepared to overcome trials and tribulations.

In the natural, we recognize our enemies, and we eliminate them. But in the supernatural, we have an enemy that won’t go away “The Devil”. I have seen my enemy knock off a few of my brothers and sisters, some close friends, and even some of my acquaintances too. If I don’t know how to be strong, I will be next.

Paul tells us that living on another level means giving all glory to God for He is the light to live a life of love for Christ. BUT “The Devil” is against that. The invitation to abundant life will only be a passing dream if you will not learn to be strong in Christ.

I Pray:
Dear Holy Spirit, I thrive to be a child of GOD, and I want all that You have to give to me. I will open my heart and mind to receive and obey to share the GOOD NEWS among non-believers. Help me to see the small victories that occur every day and forgive me for complaining and taking for granted Your many blessing you have given me in my life and for your supernatural present. AMEN

“Life Is Only What You Make It”

Mrs. Vernessie M. Joseph-Burbank

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