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Peace is with You

"When the Lord takes pleasure in anyone’s ways, he causes their enemies to make peace with them" (Proverbs 16:7). 

Have you ever hear of that verse? Well, whether you have or haven't, we should get used to hearing it. That way, when God blesses us and our endeavors, even the people who mean us no good will find themselves helping us. It may surprise you and that person, but it is no surprise to God, because He set it up that way. 

In other words, there is no need to get distracted by the obstacles and roadblocks that may come your way. There is no need to be bothered by the people who hate on you even though you did nothing wrong. There is no need to pay any attention to the negativity that may try (operative word) to penetrate your progress. Don't let none of it rattle you, because those are enemy spirits that have come to steal, kill, and destroy your joy and happiness. Not so, says the Lord. Such a spirit will not take root or take hold. You have come too far and you will go much further. The enemy will have no choice but to make peace with you and your endeavors, because God is in charge of it all. 

You can rest easy in knowing that no weapon formed against you will ever win or prosper (Isaiah 54:17). It will never magnify. It will fall to the ground and wither like the little coward spirit from whence it came. 

Stay focused, because peace is with you wherever you go.
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