What kind of feelings and thoughts do you have when an enemy attacks you? Pastor Foley says that the Bible points to the fact that your feelings about your enemies are actually irrelevant. Instead, when our enemies attack us, we must understand it to be either one of two things. First, God could be giving you an opportunity to grow in him. Second, God could be allowing you to suffer for His name’s sake.
Taking the example of King David in 2 Samuel 16:5-14, we see David responding to an enemy’s attack by recognizing God’s presence and sovereignty in a less than desirable situation.
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