And the Lord shall help them, and deliver them: He shall deliver them from the wicked, and save them because they trust in Him – Psalm 37:40.
Life can be challenging; trying to stay in faith, you pray, you read your Bible, you speak the Word of God, and it appears whether than things are getting better, they are getting worse.
These are times you will question whether you are saved or have sinned against God. As you question yourself, Satan will give you an answer; he wants you to question your faith, and he wants you to feel as though you have sinned against God.
Wicked ones aren’t always people; they are wicked spirits that have been assigned to you because of your faith in God. Yea, I know many don’t believe in Satan or his co-host, and this is why you’re in a state of despair because you’re not fighting against the wicked ones.
Whether you’re a Christian or a non-believer, Satan has assigned his co-host to you and sometimes your family. This is why it is so important to pray and have a connection with God when trouble arises; you will know whatever comes, you have someone fighting for you as you fight.
God does not put bad things in your life, but He will allow them to come into your life to strengthen your faith or because of sin. Nothing that comes against you will be void; God will use it to work together for your good.
You will never grow if you never be in a battle; you will never know how to fight if you have never fought. But when you get tired of Satan and his co-host, believe me, you will learn how to fight, and you will begin to fight!
As Christians, we must learn how to fight with the Word of God. You have to use the Word of God against the attack of the enemy, and sometimes it may take days and months to get your freedom from the clamps of the wicked ones.
Keep in mind as you fight, no weapon formed against you shall prosper; that’s the Word of God, and it will not return to Him void. Fight the good fight of faith, continue to pray, continue to read the Bible, and continue to speak God’s Word against your circumstances.
Don’t stop; this is what Satan wants you to do! Lift up your head, dust, shake yourself, and let Satan and his co-host know it’s not over; I’m in for the win! As you begin to fight, you will find your strength returning; you will feel your faith returning, and the spirit of despair will leave you.