27 March 2024: THE COVENANT – OUR SOURCE OF CONFIDENCE (2) – Philippians 1:28

Your stance of confidence is a signal to the enemy that you are not afraid, otherwise, you are in trouble. If you are not afraid and refuse to be afraid, the enemy is in trouble. The enemy needs you to be afraid for him to move against you. And he can smell your fear. The God we serve expects you not to fear the enemy. As a matter of fact, He dares the enemy to touch you.

Psalms 23:5, “Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies….”

He doesn’t set a table for you in the midst of your friends, NO! God must be looking for the enemies’ trouble because He deliberately set a table for you in the presence of your enemies and not your friends. He dares the enemy, He provokes the enemy to make a move against you so that He can find a reason, an occasion to judge your enemy. The table set for you in the midst of your enemies is God’s bait for the enemy.

So, you have got a choice, to either eat the food prepared for you by God and focus on your God or look at the enemy and be terrified.

But if you are not conscious of God’s covenant with you, instead of watching the enemy fall into God’s trap, you allow the presence of the enemy to terrify you and disappoint God. Decide today that you will not be terrified of the adversary.

PRAYER: Lord Jesus, I am aware of and focused on your covenant with me. I am not terrified of the enemy, rather, my God has set up the enemy for judgment.

Deuteronomy 7:1-8:20, Luke 7:36-8:3, Psalm 69:1-18, Proverbs 12:1


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