Put Your Confidence In Your God

32b Let no man’s heart fail because of him. Your servant will go and fight with this Philistine. ~ 1 Samuel 17:32b

After 40 mornings and 40 evenings of being:

    • Ridiculed
    • Threatened
    • Harassed
    • Provoked
    • Intimidated
    • Terrified

This vast Israelite army was about to get a reprieve at the hands of a young boy. A young boy who remembered his quiet times of prayer, worship, and faithfulness and how God was faithful to him in return. He did not fear. He did not cower. He did not shrink back, but rather he knew what God did for him in the past, and he was sure God would do it for him again.

When king Saul insisted, he was too young and too inexperienced to go and fight this monster of a man, David remained confident.

‘I know he is big and bad; I know he is a giant; I know all the other men in the army are running in fear, I know he has four other brothers just as big as he, but I am not afraid.’ So, what was David’s confidence? In his God. David knew who His God was. The moment that you realize who your God is, is the moment fear will lose its hold on you. Your confidence is no longer in yourself; it’s now in your God. And our God is greater than all others.

Peace. Love. Go Forth and Put Your Confidence In Your God.

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