“…The weakness of God is stronger than man’s strength.”
I Corinthians 1:25b Last week’s post covered the first four steps to fighting our inner and outer battles.
1) Call out to God. 2) Let God know there’s no one like Him. 3) Ask God for help. 4) Declare your dependence upon God. These strategies as well as the final three are extracted from II Chronicles 14:11. “Then Asa called to the Lord his God and said, ‘LORD, there is no one like you to help the powerless against the
“And I must place no confidence in my own works but only in God. Trusting in my own mental understanding becomes a hindrance to complete trust in God.” Oswald Chambers We all come against giants in our life. In fact, as Joyce Meyer says, “Maybe you don’t just have one Goliath. Maybe you have his whole family!” The Old Testament story of David, a young shepherd boy fighting against Goliath, a 9’9″ champion and man of war, provides clues how to fight our own Goliaths. I’m prese