The life of an adult learner has its ups and its downs. The enemy has a tendency to attack one who is trying to advance themselves more than the average person, but we have tools to help us overcome. God’s word is always present and available to help us fight. This is why we must use his message, which is our double edged sword (Hebrews 4:12), to fight the enemy’s voice.
Here are 13 things the enemy may say to us, but God says:
The enemy says: You can figure it out.
God says: I’ll direct your steps.
The enemy says: You are too tired.
God says:I will give you rest.
The enemy says: It’s impossible.
God says: All things are possible.
The enemy says: Nobody loves you.
God says: I love you.
The enemy says: You can’t forgive yourself.
God says: I forgive you.
The enemy says: It’s not worth it.
God says: It will be worth it.
The enemy says: You are not smart enough.
God says: I will give you wisdom.
1 Corinthians 1:30
The enemy says: You are not able.
God says: You are able.
2 Corinthians 9:8
The enemy says: You can’t go on.
God says: My grace is sufficient.
2 Corinthians 12:9
The enemy says: You can’t do it.
God says: You can do all things.
The enemy says: You can’t manage.
God says: I will supply all your needs.
The enemy says: I’m afraid.
God says: I have not giving you fear.
2 Timothy 1:7
The enemy says: You are alone.
God says: I will never leave you.
Do not ever give up! Remember to use these scriptures as a weapon when the enemy tries to attack you.