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- The Enemy says: Things will never change. You are hopeless.
- God says: This is only temporary. My plans for you are full of hope. (2 Corinthians. 4:16-18, Jeremiah 29:11)
- The Enemy says: You make terrible decisions. Your mind is a mess.
- God says: I have given you a clear, sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7)
- The Enemy says: You are not enough.
- God says: You are complete in me. (Colossians 2:9-10)
- The Enemy says: You have always been this way, and you always will be.
- God says: The old you is gone. I have made you new. (2 Corinthians 5:17)
- The Enemy says: You can’t do this, so don’t even try.
- God says: You can do all things I ask you to do through my power. (Philippians 4:13)
- The Enemy says: Being you is way too hard. You must feel very overwhelmed.
- God says: I have given you overwhelming victory because I love you. (Romans 8:37)
- The Enemy says: You messed up. Again
- God says: It is a new day. Welcome to my mercies. (Lamentations 3:22-23)
- The Enemy says: What will others think?
- God says: You are mine now, I am working that into good. (Romans 8:28)
- The Enemy says: You are alone.
- God says: You belong to me. I am holding our hand. I want to guide you. (Psalm 73:23-24)
The writer of the above list is Nan Elsik. She read this at the CBC MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group. It was too powerful not to share. Nan speaks godly wisdom from a funny and genuine heart. She’s one of those people who never pretends to be better or more than who she is. What you see is what you get: Her faith and faults lived out for God’s glory.