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Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – part 127

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 13:38


Ps. 55:2
Attend unto me, and hear me …


God always hears us.

Too often we make the prayer answers become proof that God hears us, and vice versa, lack of visible changes in our circumstances make us think that He doesn’t hear us. The truth is, God hears our prayers. Always!

Before we pray, even before we understand that we need to pray, God has seen our problem and already has a solution for it. So when we pray, God is not the problem. The problem is that we have an enemy, and unless we act to stop him, he will steal the answer from us.

Why do we think God doesn’t hear us when we don’t see the answer to our prayer? We may be focusing on the problem instead of GOD. Looking at the problem doesn’t give us faith. On the contrary, it decreases our faith. But when we look at God, and remind ourselves that nothing is impossible for Him, our faith grows.

Another reason why we think God doesn’t hear us is, the enemy is sending thought darts against us. The evil spirits want to damage our relationship with God, and so they blame God when it’s they who are our problem. A preacher once said, “We should not allow the enemy to use an attack twice”. First the enemy attacks us, and then he uses the attack for making us hold that against God.

You can be assured that God hears you. He loves you, and wants the best for you. Based on that truth, you will be much more armed to stand against the enemy when he wants to deceive you.



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