To win, we must know who our enemies are.
The Bible says that the devil disguises himself as an angel of light seeking to devour, seeking to seduce, seeking to steal blessings.
He does not come as an oppressor, he comes as a friend, a confidant, a help to strip us and that is why he masks, he transforms himself, he puts on makeup to appear sweet and kind so that we can not not recognize it and fall into the trap of naivety.
He seeks every means to enslave us and influence us.
He does everything to make us believe that he is stronger so that we are afraid of God.
It is our daily life, we embrace our enemies, we lean on them and we find ourselves in the barriers that handicap us.
To know an enemy, we must ask the Lord for discernment and wisdom.
This morning, Jesus wants us to be more than conquerors and to rejoice in our blessings.
Today’s attachment is from Ephesians 6:12 – For we have not to fight against flesh and blood, but against the dominions, against the authorities, against the princes of this world of darkness, against the evil spirits in the heavenly places.
Ask the Lord to make you know who your enemies are.
We can not go to war without strategies, without weapons, without knowing with whom we will fight.
At each battle, his strategy, his plan of action …
Our number one enemy is the devil.
He has for partner the dominations, the authorities, the princes of this world of darkness, the demons …
The devil can use a human being to fight us, but it is not to him that we should rather think that he is manipulating.
The eternal wants us to learn to identify our opponents to lead the fight well.
The more important the stakes are, the harder the war and we will have to invoke the Lord of armies to intervene for us.
We must also know the word of God which is a means of reward, we must trust the Lord who never abandons us.
So let’s have the audacity to face our enemies.
Thank you Lord for the power and authority to have the victory.
We refuse to let ourselves be defeated by our enemies.
We give you thanks Father
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May our Lord do us good.
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