to heal, comfort, and protect...
still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among
the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."
thought I was doing every thing right. I was walking
in obedience to Christ while ministering to others.
My heart was filled with the desire to reach people
through the music he had given me, and I was excited
and joy filled at the prospect of it.
of a sudden, everything went haywire. I felt as
though I was caught up in some kind of spiritual battle
mayhem, and I didn’t know what to do about it. Oh,
I prayed, and prayed some more, and then I found out
what putting on the full amour of God really meant.
It seemed that Satan was unleashing his fury and
using everything he could to stop me. Nothing
I could do seemed to be right and no good deed went
unpunished. I cried out to the Lord…”Why oh Why”
and He said… “Be Still and know that I am God” and the
music flowed. This was not necessarily a passage
of scripture that I had dwelled on in the past. I
what we think are misfortunes, are actually blessings.
Spiritual attack usually means that you’re doing
something right, not wrong, and God is always in control…not
us. We need to allow Him to protect us, and we need
to let go in order to do so. There are four verses
that come to mind when I think of all of the things
I witnessed, and the final one led me on to where I
could rest in Him, and then, work for Him.
Peter 4:13…"But rejoice that you participate in
the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed
when His Glory is revealed."
92:9…"If you make the most High your dwelling-
even the Lord, who is my refuge- then no harm will
befall you, no disaster will come near your tent."
21:30…"There is no wisdom, no insight, no plan
that can succeed against the Lord."
Peter 4:19…"So then, those who suffer according
to God’s will should commit
to their faithful Creator and continue to do good."