For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
According to David, the key to winning “The Fight Within” is not to rely on your on strength but to trust God in every situation. We must always bring back to remembrance God’s word, which says, “I can do all things through Christ, which strengthens me.” (Philippians 4:13)
The storms of life are part of our journey no matter how much we try to dodge; they cannot be avoided. However, God has a purpose in every Fight we go through in life. None of it catches Him by surprise, and Jesus makes all the difference in our “Fight Within.” (1Cor. 10:13)
Are you thinking of quitting? Do take some time to meditate on these great words I found:
“Stay on track, don’t look back. You have come too far not to finish what you started. You can improve, you can change, you can progress, you can make a difference. You can do it, if you stay on track.” ― Germany Kent
Me, my heart and my soul will always be a fighter. I’m not comfortable with saying, ‘I’m done. I quit. I give up.’ That’s the way I am, and that’s the way I always will be. From the day I was born to the day I die, I am a fighter! – Ken Shamrock
Don’t quit, keep going, and don’t abort the process or the season you are in, God makes all things beautiful in His time (Ecclesiastes 3:11). If we put our trust in God, whatever the circumstance or situation; either it’s a valley experience, bad times or in good times, always remember that God will sustain us.
I encourage you to continue to “Fight the good fight of Faith” because God’s desire for us is to be victorious. You must, therefore, “keep the faith” as you go through life’s different trials and also engage in “The Fight within.”