TOPIC: THE FIGHT FOR SUCCESS
Scripture: And David said unto Saul, Thy servant kept his father’s sheep, and there came a lion, and a bear, and took a lamb out of the flock: And I went out after him, and smote him…1 Samuel 17:34-35
Thought For The Day: It takes discovery to attain recovery.
It has been confirmed that success in life is a product of responsibility; a sense of duty on your assignment is the pathway to greatness in life. You need a sense of purpose in order not to leave this world as a failure. You must determine that whatever it takes to succeed, you will give it.
You must understand that it takes a warring spirit to succeed in life. No one will fight your battles for you; you must war with the devil to secure your destiny. If a strange woman is after your husband, for instance, you must fight the battle on your knees and take back your husband. It is a better way to fight than confronting her physically.
It takes discovery to attain recovery. Discover the purpose for which you are alive; discover your strength and you will recover that which the enemy has stolen from you. David discovered his strength (lion and bear killing) and that helped him put away the shame before Israel, by killing Goliath.
Every human being has a certain strength. Discovering yours will strengthen you to war against the devil more efficiently and effectively.
Remember this: It takes discovery to attain recovery.
1. Always remember that the devil is a defeated foe waiting to be bound in hell. So, fight from a victory point of view.
2. Before confronting the devil, take time to know your victory promises in God from the Scriptures.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: IMPACT DESPITE SETBACK.
Prayer: O Lord, by Your grace, I proceed through life with a warring spirit and with a sense of responsibility. I receive help to do so, Lord, in Jesus’ Name.
Daily Reading: Exodus 13:17 to 15:18, Matthew 21:23 to 46, Psalm 26:1 to 12, Proverbs 6:16 to 19.
Amazing Fact: The human feet have 500,000 sweat glands and can produce more than a pint of sweat a day.
Today In History: 01/02/1884 – The first portion, or fascicle, of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), considered the most comprehensive and accurate dictionary of the English language was published.
Quote: Do not get to a point where there is a problem that makes you turn your back. Culled from WISDOM WAYS by Dr Paul Enenche.