It’s not a strange thing, even if it hurts, to feel under attack when being blessed by God. These interruptions of peace are designed to throw you off your spiritual game; yet in Him, we are assured that we are “more than conquerors,” (Romans 8:37). We have the overcoming ability to rise above troubles and to claim the peace God so freely gives.
God blesses. He’s the author of all that’s good and lovely. The enemy, on the other hand, opposes all the wonderfulness that God has in store for His people.
Have you ever noticed that God will bring you to a place of sanctuary in your life; a place to make things right, restore, and grant rest for the weary world traveler? Then, the enemy swoops in quickly to try to undo the blessedness of God.
FYI, that’s his job. He comes to “steal, kill, and destroy,” (John 10:10). The moment God brings you to a place of rejuvenation, a place where you feel you access grace and peace – the enemy deploys hatred, confusion, and anything it takes to disassemble what God has put together for us.
It’s not a strange thing, even if it hurts, to feel under attack when being blessed by God. These interruptions of peace are…
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