You Don’t Have To Pray About It.

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Heavenian

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Jun 18, 2020
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As a Christian, you’re a Victor forever; therefore, never be concerned about who’s against you or the challenges that you face. That’s why I told you in one of the previous messages that some people think that they can cheat or defraud Children of GOD but they are totally deceiving themselves because no one can defraud a Child of GOD. Instead they are destroying their own selves.

For example, anyone who sets himself up as your adversary will of necessity stumble and fall. You don’t have to pray about it; the Word says so: “... When the wicked, even mine enemies and my foes, came upon me to eat up my flesh, they stumbled and fell (Psalm 27:1-2).”

Again listen to what the HOLY SPIRIT says, “And do not [for a moment] be frightened or intimidated in anything by your opponents and adversaries, for such [constancy and fearlessness] will be a clear sign [proof and seal] to them of [their impending] destruction, but [a sure token and evidence] of your deliverance and salvation, and that from GOD (Philippians 1:28).”

So you see, the adversaries and adversities that you face are not a factor.
Instead pray for them. Ask GOD to have mercy on them.
Thanks,
JESUS IS LORD.
 

Mark_L

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Thank you for this wisdom! I know this is a story brought up a lot, but this kind of reminds me when Peter was on the water. He wasn't rebuked for stepping out onto the water in faith. Instead, he was rebuked for turning his gaze away from our Lord and doubting.
 

Heavenian

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Jun 18, 2020
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Thank you for this wisdom! I know this is a story brought up a lot, but this kind of reminds me when Peter was on the water. He wasn't rebuked for stepping out onto the water in faith. Instead, he was rebuked for turning his gaze away from our Lord and doubting.
You are lovely welcome Mark.
Holy Greetings.
Praise GOD our Precious FATHER forever and ever. HE is Good and Faithful forever.