WOTD: Who Is Your Real Enemy? – Joyce Meyer

Are you facing challenging circumstances? Are you in need of provision in some area and not sure where it’s going to come from? Many Christians today are dealing with serious hardships. Some have lost their jobs and benefits. Others struggle with critical health problems and live with constant concern about how to cover the cost of medicine and doctor visits in addition to simple necessities such as shelter, food and clothing.

There are many things in the world that threaten us. But our biggest enemy, fear, is not “out there.”

Ephesians 6:12 reminds us that we are at war not with flesh and blood, but with the enemy of our souls. We must not be confused about the identity of the enemy in our battles.

Thankfully, our unseen God is more than capable of dealing with our unseen enemy. When we come to a deep understanding of God’s unconditional love for us, we realize He will always take care of everything that concerns us.

You don’t have to be afraid of your unseen enemy. Trust in God, the only One who can defeat the spiritual forces of darkness.

Prayer Starter: Lord, don’t let me forget who my real enemy is, and don’t let me forget that You are all-powerful. I know I can’t handle everything the enemy throws my way, but You can.

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4 Responses to WOTD: Who Is Your Real Enemy? – Joyce Meyer

  1. modrnmaclara says:

    This is a wonderful post. 🙂

  2. modrnmaclara says:

    Reblogged this on Learning to Re-Love Yourself and commented:
    Whenever I’m going through difficult times, I’ll try to keep these words in mind. I know it’ll be difficult. But I’ll do my best.

  3. The Writer's Head says:

    Reblogged this on Poetic Alyssa and commented:
    Joyce Meyer, you are awesome. Preach it!

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