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janackeh @ 05:53 pm: how long will you halt and limp between two opinions? (part 1)
this week, for my home group bible study we are reading chapter 11 from the book BATTLEFIELD OF THE MIND entitled : A Doubtful and Unbelieving Mind. This chapter made a whole lotta sense to me on why i struggle at times with pure misery.

1 kings 18.21 says "how long will you halt and limp between two opinions?". this scripture spoke to my spirit about how much unbelief i have at times when it comes to the manifestation of my ministry. i have wavered, in my opinion, when it comes to really being dedicated to "fine tuning" my ministry because i can't see the end result. thats where faith steps in. i MUST speak and act in faith, not doubt, when it comes to my ministry because all the devil wants is to crush the dreams and visions God has implanted in my spirit due to circumstances and situations.

joyce meyer tells a story in the book about a man who was sick and confessing the Word over his situation. after a hard time when he began to get discouraged, God gave him a vision and in that vision he saw a demon speaking lies over him telling him that he would never get well--but then, each time the man spoke the Word over his situation, light would come out of his mouth like a sword, causing the demon to cower and fall backward. the man then understood why it is so important to speak the Word. This story really hammered that point down for me that we MUST confess the Word over ourselves and our circumstances.

doubt and unbelief WILL come against us but if we can keep our minds FIXED on the things God has promised and spoken over us, we can't lose!

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