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1 Samuel 17:26 And David spake to the men that stood by him, saying, What shall be done to the man that killeth this Philistine, and taketh away the reproach from Israel? for who is this uncircumcised Philistine, that he should defy the armies of the living God?

While every one else was saying "Goliath is so big and powerful! While everyone was saying I am nothing! David had an entirely different attitude. While other evaluated Goliath based on his height, size of weapon, weight of his armour, David saw a man that was bankrupt and powerless having nothing. He refused to be intimidated BY Goliath.

Hear this: Unbelief, doubt and negativity pull on us constantly as such we need to be so dominated by God's word that we do not let other people's opinion and what they think in physical realm dominate us.

It doesn't matter how big your problem (Goliath) is or are, if you would evaluate things as David did ( That is; looking at God's word and evaluating your enemy, circumstances and challenge) you would recognize that you are the one with the promises. You are the one with an edge on any enemy you face.

Hear this: The bigger or greater the problem or Goliath the greater the opportunity you have to do an exploit for God, the greater opportunity you have to see God come through and to have a better testimony. 

We never would have would have heard of David if he had killed a dwarf. But Goliath was a giant meaning David had a tremendous opportunity for the Lord to come through with an awesome VICTORY. 

MY COUNSEL: instead of looking at how big our problems are, we should think of how great a testimony ot will be be when the Lord gives us Victory.

I pray for you may God deliver you from every totally impossible situation and give you victory over every battle you are currently facing in Jesus name.


Your Brother 

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