Keep your eyes on Jesus, not Satan's activities
are vulnerable, also knowing when you are tired, stressed or hungry you are more disposed to the deceptive mental attacks of Satan (2 Cor 10:5; Eph 4:27). In both the physical and spiritual realms a conflict is won by the most powerful or the one with the best strategic manoeuvres and tactics (1 Sam 17:45,49; Lk 11:21,22; Rev 12:11). We must choose to align ourselves with the “Greater who is in us, than he who is in the world” (1 Jn 4:4). We can’t resist or repel Satan in our own strength but we can, and are instructed to, in Christ’s name (Jas 4:7,8; 1 Pet 5:9). Rather than focusing on what may be originating with Satan, devote your time and efforts into living for Jesus.
Satan has various strategies of attack in the battle to try and gain control over us – David was not defeated by physical attack but moral compromise, Nebuchadnezzar by pride, with Ananias and Sapphira through money (1 Sam 18:11, 19:9; 2 Sam 11:1-4; Dan 4:37; Act 5:3). These attacks from the enemy of our souls either come from without (such as the visible physical or verbal assult from others) or inward (through subtle temptation or deception and sickness that assails our bodies). When under attack, fight back with divine resources; don't allow Satan to gain ground unopposed.
(1 Jn 3:8). Live in that reality so you too can confess, “The Lord is with me, He is my helper. I will look in triumph on my enemies” (Ps 118:7). Commit your life to God and enlist His help, relying on Him to fight for you, for it is His ability that overcomes the
Thank the Lord for His protection Psalm 124:1-8
enemy (2 Chr 14:11; Ps 22:11, 37:5, 70:5; Zech 4:6). Do not retaliate when your character is under attack, remember God is the ultimate judge and graciously respond instead in the opposite spirit of love (Prov 25:22; Rom 12:20; 1 Pet 2:23, 3:9). Although physical and verbal abuses are painful, and even if we are martyred for our faith in Christ, the Bible says, don’t fear mankind who can only destroy our body, but can’t touch our eternity destiny (Lk 12:5; 2 Tim 4:18; Heb 13:6).