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People of God, don't worry about your foes. God will deal with them. You see, the devil will show you the many people who are against you, but he won't tell you that you have numerous angels of God encamped around you.
King David cried out to God concerning his enemies (in Psalm 3). While reading that Psalm, you will see that he did not go to people complaining about his foes.
Instead, David said, “Lord, how many are my foes! How many rise up against me!” Then David reminded himself that God is “a shield around” him, and that God is his glory as well as the one who lifts his head high (verse 3).
As he continued refocusing on the Lord, David began to remind himself that God answered him from His holy mountain when he called out to God.
David also remembered that God gave him sleep and caused him to wake up because the Lord sustained (kept him safe) him.
With his mind on God, David further strengthened himself by saying, “6 I will not fear though tens of thousands assail [attack] me on every side.”
Finally, instead of fighting his enemies himself, David asked God to fight for him. He cried out, "7 Arise, Lord! Deliver me, my God! Strike all my enemies on the jaw; break the teeth of the wicked. 8 From the Lord comes deliverance. May your blessing be on your people.”
Saints, focus on God, not your enemies. Allow the Lord to fight for you. Now, as you do that, you are able to focus more on your purpose, which is to honor and worship the Lord with your life.
Pray now! These are critical times!
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