Be an overcomer. It has never been the case that there are not going to be challenges in life. Obstacles are a standard part of our life journey. It is not surprising that they arise nor is it amazing when they pass. The real question to be answered is what do you do with your challenges when they come? God is the Beginning and the End, the Author and the Finisher of all things so a good place to start would be to seek out first what is His Will for your challenge. To start anywhere else is a recipe for disaster. When your search begins with God you will discover that His Word says that we are more than conquerors in Jesus Christ which means that we are, not shall be, not gonna be, but we are overcomers!
Will you answer when He calls your name? Are you passionate about what you are doing for God, right now? Many people are not passionate about what they already have and then expect themselves to be able to meet any challenge. They have not strengthened themselves spiritually as they go along, so when their faith is tested they are more likely to face defeat at the hands of the devil. God showed Moses that He had the power to take something as simple as the staff in his hand and do miraculous things with it. When Moses saw how much power he already had available to him it changed the life of a nation of people from bondage to freedom. Will you answer when He calls your name? Be passionate about what He has already given you, don’t wait for what is next!
Sin is bold. It does not care what you believe. It does not care what you think. It does not care what you have. It does not care where you are from. It does not care what you are going through. Sin only cares about itself. Sin is contagious and is willing to reside with whoever it comes in contact with. The remedy for sin is faith in God. Your faith will give you the fuel and ammunition to overcome the many assaults that come upon you from sin. Romans 14 states that whatever is not of faith is sin, therefore, the question that lingers for what you are about to do is, “What is your motivation”?