Problems in High Places-10

Problems in High Places-10
1 Samuel 16:14 “But the Spirit of the LORD departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the LORD troubled him.”
1 Samuel 16:15 “And Saul’s servants said unto him, Behold now, an evil spirit from God troubleth thee.”
…From yesterday…
When God met Joshua after the death of Moses, he couldn’t do much with him until He pumped courage into him. A timid man will always run away from challenges. Fathering and skills were key components that took David to the palace, but I can assure you that courage kept him there.
Can you imagine a shepherd boy brought from the bush into the palace but didn’t faint? That is courage for you. He came right from the bush into one of the most beautiful places on earth then, yet, he didn’t develop stage fright. What a boy!
Friend, check your life, the missing component in your journey to greatness might just be courage; and I want you to know that the best place to develop courage is in the word of God.
How do you feel reading about David killing the lion and the bear? How do you feel reading about Jesus walking on water? How do you feel knowing you are seated in heavenly places, far above principalities and powers?
How do you feel knowing you can walk upon snakes and scorpions and all the powers of the enemy? How do you feel knowing if you drink any deadly thing it will not hurt you? How do you feel knowing that God the Creator of heaven and earth says He is your defence and hiding place?
Friend, those words are not in the bible for decoration; they are there to pump courage into you and let you know you are unstoppable! God, via His Spirit, put those words together to give you the courage to step out in faith and be the best version of you. God wants you to know the world stage is for your taking.
Beloved, let courage rise in you. Nothing can stop you!
To be continued…
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