I’m not a war strategist, but it seems like in the movies the enemy always wants to take out the big guns on the high ground. That clears the way for easier advancement. That’s exactly what happens to us when we fall under enemy attack.
Have you noticed those times when you’re trying to get to church and everything blows up before you get there? If you do happen to make it, it’s usually a great experience. When you’re doing what you know to do and you run into resistance, it’s usually a sign that the enemy is scared. He doesn’t want you to have breakthrough because your growth in the Lord is mighty powerful.
Pay attention to the areas in your life where you fall down. Anger may flare up. Frustration under pressure can get ugly. (A recent experience of mine. I know.) Those are the areas of great strength when we allow God to mold us.
The enemy will always try to take out the big guns on high ground. Your area of greatest strength is targeted because it is the source of potential power. You don’t see it, but the enemy does. Don’t be discouraged by your weaknesses. Give them to God and let Him turn them to powerful weapons of offense.
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