For a long time, I was torn between wanting to know everything going on in this world and the struggle to protect my inner peace.
“Shouldn’t we know what’s really going on so we can make sound decisions for our families?” I always give this answer when my hubby reminds me that I have been spending way too much time on the internet.
That answer is true, by the way. Because God gives us the precious gift of discernment, and it’s so crucial to use it in these uncertain times.
But knowing too much often times will rock my boat also, with the feeling of the rug being pulled out from under my feet. Those things that have made me feel secure have not been so secure.
Take heart; the Bible has told us a million times, that “we are against the rulers, the authorities, the dark prince of this world.”
In these days, If you can’t see that spiritual warfare exists in the unseen realms, then nothing will make you see.
So what shall we do—-
When we feel the end game is near, shouldn’t we also rejoice in the fact that we are closer to seeing Jesus face to face?
Shouldn’t we have that much more courage to proclaim His name—louder and bolder?
Shouldn’t we have that much more faith in the teaching we’ve received, and realize that the more real we see the existence of evil, the more real we shall see the existence of God?
“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain, where our forerunner, Jesus, has entered on our behalf.” Hebrews 7:19
Thus, I want to encourage myself and all of you who are reading this, protect our inner sanctuary at all costs. So we can keep our joy and peace. And nothing possesses more power of persuasion than a Christian who could exhibit their joy and peace in a world that seems to be spinning out of control.
Don’t be shook up friends, we know which side has already won the end game