This is what the LORD requires of every man; to do justice, to love mercy and to humbly work with God.
Don’t make peace with the sin in your life.
Rebecca, we live in a world where darkness seems, in the minds of many, something banished to the world of fairy tales and superhero movies. How surprising it then becomes-even for those of us who believe otherwise-that it may appear in our own lives, in our own battles. To face an opponent that is more than the average ‘jerk,’ who has made a deadly choice, is, let us admit it, nothing that we expect to experience.
When one of my friends becomes a Christian, which happens about every 10 years because I am a sheep about sharing my faith, the experience is euphoric. I see in their eyes the trueness of the story.
The battle belongs to the Lord, and we already know that He wins the war.
a burning light(light having oil) will burn to a glowing light which will grow into a shining light to become an illuminator
I heard her scream one night while she was sleeping.
Heard but didn’t see.
When I turned, there was nothing.
But I know what I heard.
Temptation is not his (Satan’s) strongest weapon. Despair is.
What we are taught to seek or shun in prayer, we should equally pursue or avoid in action. Very earnestly, therefore, should we avoid temptation, seeking to walk so guardedly in the path of obedience, that we may never tempt the devil to tempt us.
Don’t attempt to fight the enemy in your own strength. You will experience burnout, and you will fail. Don’t even think about it! The key is to engage in spiritual warfare God’s way. And that is by resting in him and fighting from victory, not for victory!