Fight For It

Do you ever have days where you are just in a “funk”?

Days when you question your decisions….

Days when you ponder your future choices…

Days when you are constantly battling that negative voice…

I do.

Those days are the hardest.

Those days are when I have to fight..fight..fight..the enemy. Fight myself even…

My GOD has already won. But..that doesn’t mean that the enemy won’t try to attack me..or you..

That is why putting on SPIRITUAL ARMOR is so important.

Ephesians 6:11 (NLT) ~ Put on all of God’s armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil.

Truth is…those days usually occur when I haven’t BEGAN my day with my normal and regular “quiet time”.

My QUIET TIME is part of my SPIRITUAL ARMOR. If and when I neglect to “put it on”... I am less prepared to fight the negativity that may pop up during the day.

Make sense?

IT IS MY FAULT, if and when I neglect my Jesus. HE never neglects me.

Do you have a daily quiet time? (being still, praying, and also studying the Bible)

Do you notice a difference in your day on days that you neglect that time with God?

Do you realize the importance of a DAILY time with Jesus?

If you don’t currently have a daily quiet time with Jesus, will you commit to at the very least…10 minutes a begin with?

(If you have decided to commit to a daily quiet time, I’d love to hear back from you after 3 consecutive days, of how you have noticed a difference in your day.)


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2 Replies to “Fight For It”

  1. Your message is so true. We often don’t remember we are born into a world at war. Although we make the world a better place by bringing the Kingdom we still have an enemy that hates us. Hoping to play the “spoiler” in our Salvation. The truth is we cannot lose our salvation, but with free will available you can choose not to follow God. That’s the devils game. To get you to choose other things besides God.
    Ephesians 6:10-19 is a daily thing for me. One of my favorite truths in scripture. I thank you for writing what you have today as it strengthens me and encourages me to be diligent even when I don’t feel like it. Especially when I don’t feel like it. Thanks Heather.


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