DON’T LET THE THINGS OF GOD LOOK FOOLISH OR STUPID TO YOU - HEBREWS 11:6

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Let your attitude around the things of God be an attitude of faith and reverence. God is a God of faith and without faith, it is impossible to please Him (Heb. 11:6). You must walk in faith in order to obtain and have the fullness of the benefits of your relationship with God and have everything He has planned for you. 

However, the devil’s goal is to let God’s things look foolish and stupid to you. Beloved, the things of God don’t make sense many times, so trying to use sense and your brains will land you in error and in trouble, the things of God make faith. Let your attitude toward God’s word, God’s moves, God’s servants and the anointing be an attitude of reverence and faith. 

Having the wrong attitude will close the door on the flow of God around you. So beloved, don’t let the devil attack the things of God that should help you and benefit you. You just have to develop an attitude of faith towards it.

Many believers have been victims of satanic assaults, because the devil had planned or set them up for disaster and no intervention would work for them, only because the things of the anointing have become foolish, hence of no effect to them. Therefore, the power that should have been their deliverance can no longer work for them. 

Beloved, don’t tread on the ground of familiarity. Whenever you are involved in any spiritual exercise like praying and fasting, open up to God in faith. Don’t let the devil make the move of God seem foolish to you.

 

PRAYER: I judge every attack of hell to make the things of God look stupid to me. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 1 Chronicles 24:1-26:11, Romans 4:1-12, Psalm 13:1-6, Proverbs 19:15-16

 


 


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