Prepared for the Battle From the radio series: The Battle After the Battle
Have you ever been surprised by your own inconsistency? One day youâ€™re walking in close fellowship with the Lord, and the next youâ€™re impatient and tense? Why are we like that? Well, it could be a battle. Our enemy is real and relentless. If he can keep you frustrated by your own up-and-down feelings, then heâ€™s pretty much got you where he wants you.
* God knows when to send the resources that you need to help you be victorious in the battle after the battle. * The relationship that Christ offers us with Himself is what will encourage us when we go out and face the enemies of this world. * You can't exalt God and yourself at the same time.
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Sooner or later you'll experience a crisis in your life, and how you meet it will determine your future happiness and success.
Since the beginning of time, everyone has been called upon to meet such a crisis.
A closer look will show you that most "crisis situations" are opportunities to either advance or stay where you are. In fact, most changes in your life will take place out of either "inspiration" or "desperation."
Whatever comes your way, give it meaning and transform it into something of value. Your personal growth is the process of responding positively to change.
A precious stone cannot be polished without friction, nor humanity perfected without trials.
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