Don’t Fall in the Devil’s TRAP
Aug 28, 2007, I went home this weekend. I don’t know I guess it was the leading of the Holy Spirit. I found my daughter was not feeling well. She was not doing good. She was stressed about her job, my diagnosis, and their selling the house. I continued to walk by faith knowing that she too was healed by the power of the Almighty. At some point, I begin to wonder why the enemy which comes to kill, steal and destroy was so determined to break me.
This may not even be about me. I am beginning to take it personal. But today, I still stand on his word. I will not be moved. Seems like the more the enemy comes, the more I know God is there protecting me. Things I use to respond to I don’t anymore. I realize it is a trick of the enemy to get my focus off God. He is still my provider, my healer, in him I put all my trust.
I Love him and know that he is Good.
In Gloria Copeland’s daily guide she writes that you need to keep your union with the Lord particularly when the storms of life come. Whether the storm is a sickness in your body, finances or family strife, the temptation will be to settle your attention and your mind on that problem. You won’t even want to think about anything else. That’s what the devil planned on. It is to distract you from fellowshipping with God. Don’t fall in the devil’s trap. Keep your thoughts and affections trained on the Lord.