“…be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the Lord your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you…” Deuteronomy 31:6 (NKJV)

When you find yourself surrounded by different situations that threaten to kill you, one of the things that cross your mind is; “Can God see this? Is God with still me? Has God abandoned me?” The truth is that God can see you, He knows all the challenges coming your way and He can’t forget or abandon you. It is not in God’s nature to abandon His child, He is unable to do that. One of the questions you should be asking instead is: “What does God want to use this situation for?” “What does God want me to learn from this?” And “where does God want to use this situation to take me?” The truth is, nothing happens to a Christian by chance, nothing takes a Christian by surprise without God being aware of it. He knew that the challenge was coming to you and what He also knows is that you can defeat it. So when you find yourself in a challenging situation, what God is saying is, that you should overcome it and not cower in the face of adversity. God wants you to be like Daniel who was kept in Lion’s den but became the commander in the den of lions (Scripture Reference: Daniel 6:16-19). God wants you to be confident like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego who were thrown in the furnace of fire and came out alive (Scripture Reference: Daniel 3:25-27)

Therefore, the Lord is saying to you today, possess the attitude of a winner and understand that He can never leave you or abandon you. Always understand that the affliction or challenges you are going through cannot kill you, it cannot drown you, and you are coming out the victor in Jesus name. Amen!


God cannot abandon His own, your challenges have in it what God desires to give you!


Dear Father, I thank you for opening my eyes to who I am and what you have given me. I declare that no situation can drown me, and no situation can kill me. I will always come out a winner because I have been made an overcomer in Christ Jesus. Halleluiah!

Categories: October 2018


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