I feel the number one thing the enemy wants to steal from us is our worship because worship releases faith in our soul.
You see we have so much brokenness in this world and within our lives. It leaves us with confusion and a loss of joy. The devil likes to add onto the fire by pouring lies into our lives. The devil convinces us that things will not get better, that there is no hope, that we are not worthy of God’s grace, and that there will never be a light at the end of the tunnel.
When we begin to allow the lies of the devil to affect us within our very spiritual bodies, it rips our worshiping soul right out from within us. The faith we have in God begins to diminish and it leaves us empty, lost, and confused. And while our souls begin to crumble, the devil begins to feed on our souls like a snake coiling up its prey.
In Psalm 32: 3 it says, “For when I kept silent, my bones wasted away” and then in verse 7 it says, “You are a hiding place for me; you preserve me from trouble; you surround me with shouts of deliverance.”
I’ve realized after reflecting on many things in my life that even in the midst of question and not understanding, it is okay if I never understand because I want Jesus more than I want to understand.
So I am going to worship through my questions and I am going to worship through my disappointments.
When the Enemy sees us do that, he’s says, “Dangit… I don’t have her, I didn’t win.”
Be reminded to never let the enemy silence your worship.
God works in mysterious ways and he does turn broken things into beauty.
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