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Day Eight: Peace Requires Violence (21 Days of Gratitude)

Updated: Nov 18, 2020

"Peace requires violence", seems a little aggressive doesn't it? Nevertheless, it is important to understand our Good Day Enemies have to be handled with soberness. This mindset is necessary if we ever intend to have God's Kingdom established in our life

Do you want to experience righteousness, joy, and peace?

If so, you have to get 'violent' with the enemies in your life. Yes, even our "Good Day Enemies" - complaining, disputing, fear, and worry. These 'go to tactics' are not your friends. The sooner you perceive that they are killing, stealing, and destroying your life you will have the courage not to give them an opportunity to work.

Matthew 11:12 says, "From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force."

Your destiny, your breakthrough, and possibly your miracles are waiting for you to take back what the enemy has stolen. He has stolen your peace, joy, love, power, and your sound mind. It is time to walk in the life Christ provided for you.

You are going to face setbacks, trials, troubles, attacks, and injustices. This is part of the journey. Being unhackable doesn't mean being unattackable. But it does mean that "no weapon formed against you shall prosper." Yes, you have to fight but remember you are promised a victory. So today, look for your victory. Don't buddy up with your enemies. Push them out. Kick them out. Get 'violent' with them. And go live life to the full!

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