Rodney Howard Browne talks about how to win the battles in our lives. The battles of life regularly appear overpowering, leaving you with feelings of hopelessness and despair. It is reassuring at these times to read the account of David’s victory over Goliath to grasp that nothing is too large for God. David was a teen who already was soaked in the manners of the Lord because of many nights he invested closely looking for God while shepherding sheep. David’s ready, obedient servant’s angle positioned him for the victory that would catapult him into greatness : his pop wanted him to run an errand and take supplies to the battleground, and David obeyed. But, when David least anticipated it, God opened a monumental door for him.
Rodney Howard Browne points out to David’s story. Notice how David answered in one Samuel 17:45-47. He not only felt forced to battle for what he knew was right but was ardent. He seemed to make a positive religion confession in the face of frightening percentages, and he confirmed the right incentive. Eventually , David answered as we all should in our Goliath life struggles. He depended on the power of God and not on his very own strength. What’s the famous line that echoes from this story?
The battle is the Lord’s. Remember how it started. David had invested numerous hours in intimacy with the Lord. His inexhaustible religion and trust in the Lord came as the battle had long formerly been fought – on his knees.