As long as we live, we will continue to be challenged by issues that will violate our conscience. Life is not fun and games; only serious minded people will be victorious. Remember, trouble needs no invitation before it comes but when it comes and when God allows it as a trial, you must not think it strange and doubt your Guard. The Bible makes us understand that the quality of faith is not measured by our attitude to God when things are good but when times are hard. I mean, when our fate seems to hang in the balance. It is in a critical situation like this, we know a man of faith because faith is not a product of reasoning faculties but of the recreated spirit. Faith is indeed a heart that believes God.
Moses was a man of faith. In the face of the Syrian army, he stood His ground without wavering. He was sure that the Lord would fight for him. Exodus 14:13-14, “Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the Lord will bring to you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still”. Whatever situation or trial you are passing through today, don’t see your trouble as a personal challenge but one against God Almighty – you and God are fighting the battle together. Who can battle with the Lord? He is greater than all the combined forces of hell and earth. He will definitely make a way, even where there seems to be no way. As children of the Most High God, you are winning the battle with the Lord for you are not alone. So, whom shall you fear? Nobody because the Lord will fight the battle for you today, in Jesus’ name.
Prayer: Lord Jesus, open the eyes of my faith that I may see the One fighting for me, in Jesus’ name.