4 Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’
Today’s Inspiration: Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. Matthew 4:4. May His mercy and word triumph over every battle against carnality and flesh which is against the spirit of man. By His word and our act of worship we triumph over three words It is written. Therefore, we must think, act and speak like Jesus did.
You can only overcome every hurdle by faith. God is not a God of failure but a God of victory that leads you to success. Nothing is impossible for Him and He is able to turn every defeat to success. David used the power of His word to conquer every battle. He set an example for us to show us what we should do when we are faced with a giant. He did not argue with his adversaries neither quarrel with them but turned to God for strength. Many are the afflictions of the righteous but God delivers them out of their afflictions. Psalm 34:19. V18 the Lord is near to those who have a broken heart and saved those with a contrite spirit.
Being good and doing good was not enough for God. He wants our fellowship and our abiding relationship with Him. Job was rebuked for falsely judging God’s righteousness with regard to His trial. Job 42:1-5. Moses modeled a righteous attitude of a man of God when falsely confronted by his enemy rather than defend himself against the storms of life through prayer in repentance and allowing the Lord to judge his situation. In times like this, we must look to the Lord for strength and guidance rather than using his own strength to overcome the challenges. 1 Samuel 30:8. Magnify the Lord not the problems. Whatever concerns you concerns God. In times like this, learn to be still and hear His instructions. God be praised.
Prayer: Lord by your grace we are saved and by your grace we are called to eternal glory in Christ. It’s only You who can perfect Your plans for me and establish me. In Jesus’ name, Amen.