Sometimes the challenges of life can appear overwhelming. For instance it might look as if everything is against you, you can’t seem to get a job, you lost money, you are going through family problems, and you feel as if you are being pressed on every side on the road to nowhere and wonder what you can do! All is not lost for it’s not about what you can do but what you can allow The Greater One inside you to do.
You have not been left alone to face life
You have been given the Holy Spirit who is inside you if you are believer and dwell within you to help you. Many times we ignore His presence inside of us and try to do many things on our own. We allow our minds to be taken over by many things especially the problems we are facing in this life that we do not acknowledge the Greater One inside us who can help us to overcome.
Someone said Pastor, ‘I am looking for my destiny helper’
And I say before you look to anyone, look to the Holy Spirit,
Be conscious of His presence in you to provide the solution and the strength in your life. The Holy Spirit is a Gentle person who will not force you to do anything but will gently nudge you in the right direction if you listen to Him.
Yield to your Destiny Helper
God has already declared you a winner in life because of Jesus. You are a winner, you’ve been given the ability to stand and win in life. The truth is there is no situation that comes against you that you cannot face and win with the Holy Spirit, your Destiny Helper, The Greater One.
He is greater than any attack, any problem, and will help to accomplish any task on your path to your destiny. So learn to yield to Him and the instructions and wisdom He gives you. Determine to do what the Holy Spirit says to your heart and in the word of God instead of yielding to the pressure that the enemy brings your way. You have not been left alone to face life. Yield to The Greater One in you. He is in you to help you do it, yield to His love, to His righteousness, to His peace, to the word do not yield to hate, lies, lust and all other evil works of the enemy.
Stand in your victory
The victory brought to us by our Destiny Helper is already established by God for our lives and destiny before we came to this earth. Therefore, we have to stand and resist anything that want to dictate a different destiny for our lives.
The bible says in 1 Peter 5:8-10 that believers should be sober and vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walk about seeking whom he may devour: whom resist stedfast in the faith, knowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are in the world.
That means we can resist a different destiny from what God had established for our lives, we can resist the devil and all his attacks. We can stand our ground and refuse to allow the enemy to ride roughshod over us and destroy our lives.
We resist the enemy by faith, we put our faith in the fact that The Holy Ghost will take hold with us against the enemy by faith, We stand on the word of God that tells us to resist the devil believing the outcome God has pronounced; the devil will flee! When we resist through the help of The Greater One in us God’s power will show up on our behalf.
Check your thought life
Resisting devil’s lies and attacks begin with your thought life. You see, what you think about is what you will act on. The bible says as a man thinks so is he, you need to allow your thought to be governed by the word of God always. That is your responsibility. The more you resist the devil in any particular area of your life, the more you have victory and strength in that area. The more you allow the enemy to take control of any area of your life, the less strength and defeat you have in that area. So study and meditate on the word of God daily, let His word control your thoughts every time.
Be steadfast and unyielding, be watchful and determined. You have what it takes by the Spirit of God to attain the destiny God has established resist the devil, when you do it, he will flee from you, and he doesn’t have a choice.
1 Peter 5:8-10; James 4:7; 2 Peter 3:17; 1 Thessalonians 5:5-6; 1 John 2:1-2; 1 John 1:9.