The enemy tries awfully hard to convince us to disqualify ourselves.
I’ll be honest -the enemy tried that with me yesterday and it made me mad, and he also tried it with me in a big way a couple of months ago. So I decided the best, most positive thing I could possibly do is write about what I learned from it, and share about what my eyes were opened up to in a moment of temptation to believe the lies. Maybe I can backfire that attempt with a little bit of truth ?☀️
- to deprive of the required qualities, properties, or conditions : make unfit
- to deprive of a power, right, or privilege
- (of a feature or characteristic) make (someone) unsuitable for an office or activity.
- to make ineligible for a prize or for further competition because of violations of the rules
synonyms:ban, bar, debar, prohibit, forbid, interdict, block; exclude, declare ineligible, rule out, preclude, disentitle, unfit
Here’s a truth that I still have trouble wrapping my mind around: Do you know, that when you walk with Him, as His child, He enables you to do impossible things? ✨
That’s the truth.
But when we examine our own hearts, do we really feel this could be true?
It’s a hard one sometimes, isn’t it?
But I’m realizing that we have to trust Him above all “evidence” if we want to see it come to pass in our own lives.
Heavenly Father, thank You for always reminding me of who I am, just when I need to be reminded. I may not fully understand who I am yet, but I will proclaim the truth of Your word, and I trust that what You say about me is true. Let no attempt or illusion of the enemy deceive me, that I may have the discernment to see through the lies — seeing right into Your beautiful truth instead.
In Jesus name, Amen.