The Daily Dose with Dr. Daryl L. Williams

A Word every day to get you on your way!

Here is the Daily Dose for Friday, February 14, 2020.

I will not fear though tens of thousands assail me on every side. Psalm 3:6

Bring It On!

Have you ever been in a season where things just kept going wrong? It would be OK if one thing went wrong, but things keep happening one after the other. It is almost as if enemies, problems, and issues have gotten together, formed a line and just keep coming to ruin your day. Day after day, challenge after challenge it seems like it will never end. That is when you look up and see that your enemies are not actually in a line, they have gotten together and surrounded you. Everywhere you look there seems to be something else to battle and nowhere to go. It is in that moment that you have to simply say, BRING IT ON!

I know that sounds counterintuitive, but that is exactly why you have to do it. What we often miss is that the enemy’s plans are typically the same, to attack, frustrate and frighten us into not being who God has called us to be. The enemy wants you to give up before the fight, so he can move on to something else, but when you yell BRING IT ON, it confuses the enemy. When you yell, “BRING IT ON,” it is a statement of faith in God. It is a statement that proclaims, no matter what I will trust God and I will not be afraid. It is a statement that puts the enemy on notice that you can’t bring enough to make me scared or to give up.

Friends, as believers we fight our battles differently than other people. We don’t get scared, we don’t worry, we get down on our knees and believe in a God who promised to fight on our behalf. We don’t have to worry if we are surrounded, assailed, or outmatched because the battle is not ours to fight. The battle belongs to our all-knowing, all-powerful, undefeated God. So when the enemy sends all that he has, you can yell bring it on, because you know who has your back.

Be Blessed,

Rev

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