By: Jilda N. Jehu-Appiah (a.ka. Kwame Jilda)

GodIt?s a wonderful day to be a child of God. Have you ever fallen for a person because they told you they were someone they?re really not? Have you ever gone places you thought God sent you? Are you currently somewhere you thought God sent you? Are you currently with someone you thought you could not live without? So often in our lives, we find ourselves engaged in activities that are ungodly. You thought you were doing the right thing, but to your surprise you are not. You had good intentions, but made the wrong decisions. Your emotions were heavily involved. Have you been there? Are you there now?

Today, I have been commissioned to come and minister to you. My friend, Do not be deceived by the enemy! The Bible declares in Galatians 6:7 – Be not deceived; God is not mocked: ?The Lord receives no glory when you are tempted or deceived. God loves you too much to play games with you or your life. The Bible declares in James?1:13?- Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth He any man: The enemy is out to ruin you. The enemy desires to destroy everything God has invested within you. Your life?s purpose is under attack by the enemy?s camp. You must be careful and prayerful. You must not allow your emotions to control your behavior. You have to be spirit led, not emotionally led. The enemy will work off of your emotions. When you display an interest in something or someone, the enemy will attempt to use that to weaken you. Do not be deceived by the enemy!

My brother, my sister, your life is important. God has formed and created you for His glory. Do not allow the enemy to steal your faith, kill your dreams or destroy your anointing. The Bible declares in John?10:10?- The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. Do not be deceived by the enemy! When you get sick, he wants you to think you will die. When you lose your job, he wants you to worry about your bills. When you experience marital difficulties, he wants you to contemplate divorce. When you preach, teach, or sing well, he wants you to become arrogant. Sometimes, he will use people to sing your praises. Do not be deceived by the enemy!

Thought to Remember: The devil is a defeated foe.

Kwame Jilda

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