So give yourselves humbly to Jehovah. Resist Satan the Devil and he will flee from you.

(James 4:7, TLB)
Today’s Scripture tells us to resist the enemy. To resist means to not agree with what he’s telling you, but rather to believe what Jehovah says about you. When you hear him whisper, “You’re all washed up. You’ve made too many mistakes,” the way you resist it is to answer, “No, thanks. Get behind me Satan! Jehovah’s mercy is bigger than any mistake. My best days are still in front of me.” Don’t assist the enemy; resist him. When he tells you, “You don’t deserve to be blessed. Look what you’ve done,” resist him by declaring,” I am the righteousness of God. I am forgiven. I am redeemed.” When the enemy says, “Well, you blew it. You knew better, and now you’re guilty,” tell him, “There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. I asked Jehovah for forgiveness, and He not only forgave me, but He doesn’t remember it. I’m going to live confidently, securely, holy, blamelessly, righteously, and honorably in Jesus’ Name.”

“Father, thank You that when the accuser tries to dump a load of guilt on me, I can say with authority, ‘Condemnation is not acceptable here. Jesus paid the price.’ I am far from perfect, but I will not drag yesterday’s failures into today. I am forgiven. In Christ Jesus’ Name, Amen.” Have the greatest week. @chrisstokes1969#chrisstokes 🙏🏾

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