” Outlast The Devil “

Your enemy, Satan, may come against you, but when you fall, you will arise (see Micah 7:7,8)! Make a decision to endure whatever comes against you. That literally means you will outlast the devil. Greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world (see 1John 4:4). You are more than a conqueror through Jesus Christ (see Romans 8:37)

Even during times of intense trouble, believers should live with expectancy. Expect God to work something good out of your situation, and expect Him to bless you even in the presence of your enemies. David said in Psalm 23:5, ” You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my [brimming] cup runs over.” In the midst about the possibilities, not the problem.

Being positive is very important because it leads to progress or forward motion. We cannot go forward or overcome negative situations unless we choose to be positive. I believe there is something good in everything that happens to us; we just need to look for it. If you are stuck in traffic and in a hurry, you may become frustrated or angry, but the delay might have caused you to avoid being involved in an accident. God may have saved your life!

God hears us when we pray in faith. Put your confidence in Him and expect something good to happen to you. Expect your situation to change for the better, and know that in the meantime, God will use whatever you are going through to help you be a better person in the end. You can choose to let every trial you encounter make you bitter or better. Trials and tribulations are a part of life, and the way we handle them reveals our level of spiritual maturity. Be stable and do not let Satan intimidate you. This will be a sign to him of his impending destruction. Satan cannot do any harm to a person he cannot manipulate and control. God has a good plan for your life, and He ever changes His mind about it. Make a decision right now that you will never give up; once you have made that decision, your victory is sure. -Joyce Meyer-

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