Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Please Don’t Feed
The Demons
"Please don't feed the demons" is a little sign I made once after the Father gave me an insight into the effects of negative speech, gossip and backbiting. I thought of it this morning as I realized that my confidence is shaking.

Publication has always been a dream of mine. I am still grateful and giddy at the news that it's finally going to happen. Suddenly fear is cropping up. What?

 Now more than ever I need to trust in the Lord, trust His path for me, and believe His Word, not what the Enemy whispers. Our God is an awesome God. His mercies are new every morning. He blesses and adds no sorrow to it. He is faithful to complete the good work He has begun in me. Victory is mine. I will bless the Lord at all times, His praise shall continually be in my mouth.

The lying demons will just have to starve, because I'm not going to feed them with negative thoughts or words.

How do you defeat the voices in your head?


  1. That's such a difficult one, because our enemy knows our weaknesses and delights in making us believe his lies.I have to really call into being the constant, non-judgemental love of my heavenly Father,and keep saying it over and over sometimes outloud (I am sure many cars I pass are thinking I'm crazy)But it is funny, once you claim your relationship to God,those nagging voices calm and a peace falls onto your shoulders.We are in daily, hourly battle for our hearts and souls,but we have been given armour for the battle.What we must always remember is the enemy has already been defeated, he is in his last death rattle trying to make each second count.But Jesus won our battle for us on that third day.Hold onto it, Jody,the victory is already yours.

    1. Amen and Amen, Sister! Thanks, that really helped.

  2. By plodding forward with what I know God has called me to do. It's the only thing that brings me much happiness.

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