2 Chronicles 20:12 “O our God, will you not judge them? For we have no power against this great multitude that is coming against us, nor do we know what to do, but our eyes are upon you”.
With the help of God, King Jehoshaphat overcame not just one army, but three in just a day. His victory teaches how the believer can win life’s battles. You should never forget that, until Jesus comes in His glory or you are called home, you are in constant battle against the enemy. In order to win life’s battles, you must first identify the enemy. Most Christians are fighting battles they have no clue as to whom the enemy is. You might think that the enemy is that person interested in taking your job, business, position or money. But many times, your attitude is your own enemy. It is not so much what is happening that gets you down, it is your response to the situation which does. Before you can win on a personal level, you must identify your enemy. Note how Jehoshaphat reacted when he heard that three armies had teamed up to fight him. Initially, he was alarmed, which is normal with any human being. Most at times, some problems can compel you to panic, become fearful and wonder what is going to happen. You must use such situations to drive you closer to God and not allow your fear or challenges to overawe you. What you should know is that God will only respond to your faith and not to your fear. Place your faith on His unshakable word and stand on His promise. You cannot win life’s battles by allowing fear to take over your heart. Your reaction to the problem is key in winning the battle. Let your trust be unshakable in the word of God and in His promises and you will surely win your life’s battles.
Confession for Today
I decree and declare to let my trust be unshakable in the word of God and in His promises in order to win life’s battles at all times in the mighty name of Jesus.