The Good Word

Anxiety in the heart of man causes depression, But a good word makes it glad. Proverbs 12:25 (NKJV)

Anxiety and depression are probably two of the biggest enemies that are destroying the human race today. What makes these enemies so difficult to combat is they are internal and invisible enemies. No matter who you are, you have probably dealt with a battle of depression or anxiety. The human mind is a battle field, and this is where Satan looks to attack people.

The KJV version says “Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it stoop” , the heaviness of anxiety and depression can be overwhelming. With the world living in turmoil today , these enemies can easily make their way into our minds and hearts, and almost crush us. Don’t think that Satan isn’t using these times right now to accomplish his agenda

When we see the evilness in this world, its all part of Satans agenda to destroy the human race. By peoples sinful nature they are actually doing Satans work, destroying, stealing, and killing (John 10:10) This is what Jesus said Satan came to do, and hes doing it right before our eyes. See there is a spiritual war for your soul, Jesus wants to save it but Satan wants to destroy it. Which side of the battle do you fall on? Are you a soldier of Christ or another victim of Satan?

The scripture says then “A good word makes it glad” God has given us promises of his victory and defeat over Satan and the world. Jesus has given us promises of eternal life and a New Kingdom because of his victory at the cross. These are words to meditate on and not the issues of this world

Jesus said “I have told you these things so you would have peace, In the world you will have tribulation, but take heart or be of good cheer, because I have overcome the world” (John 16:33) Meditate on these words! Rebuke Anxiety , Rebuke Depression, Rebuke Racism, Rebuke Violence, Rebuke Immorality in Jesus Name Amen!

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