Did God really say?

This phrase is the slip stitch woven into the fabric of all man kinds existence. The invasion of doubt that Satan introduced is the virus infecting the hearts and minds of people in every area of life. It plays out in every decision that hangs in the balance of whether or not to obey Christ.

Did God really say is subtle yet a highly destructive question? I see it linger in childish hearts that lean to it and disobey parents. I see it in the easily deceived theologians that try to explain away the yes and no’s of the scriptures. We, the created need to humble ourselves and denounce pride and ask the Lord God the creator of all things created to guard our hearts through Christ Jesus, for He cares for us.

And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:7 ESV

God is faithful, and He has been and will always and be faithful. We, mankind has broken the heart of God, yet He loves us and gave His only son for us. Let’s take responsibility of where we’ve purchased that lie from Satan and be the true body of Christ. We need to be holding others accountable, teaching, and admonishing other women to know Jesus. We should stand in support of our men of God instead of being modern-day Delilah’s or Jezebels.

What does say to the world when we mirror their failures? What is a benefit us to have the title of Christian but live identical to the world? We then package up our God-given power and authority and hand it to the world to abuse?

The prayer is that we as believers of God will bind together and be force to be reckoned with! Remember always to Trust God Cry Repeat God bless you.

Also don’t forget that I have a new book out Did God Really Say? Exposing the Toxic Grip of Feminism on Christian women will be available on August 21, 2021. There will be a link on the main page to click to purchase your copy. You don’t want to miss this one!

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