Daily Devotions

Warfare And Tipping Points

Warfare And Tipping Points (Kathy)

      In the old western movies, when the town was too conditioned to the reign of an old foe, the lone sheriff (governmental agent) had to fight him alone. The governmental agent, (the God-appointee to the situation), moved forward and equipped them through example, inspiration and direction.  Then “the few” stepped up to unify and finally brought the tipping point. The eventual key to victory was when enough of the townspeople and landowners decided to defy evil and stood together.

However, realistically, the tipping point can take a long time to develop because victims are so conditioned to corruption or fear of bucking it.  During the time it takes to unify a corporate tipping point, unfortunately, the government agent more often than not becomes the target of rulers of darkness who hold tenure.  While being targeted by the enemy, there will be attacks on relationships, circumstances and health to the point that it can seem like the real challenge is keeping the governmental agents ALIVE for the mandate! 

How in the cat-hair do we fight for a corporate cause when we are fighting to survive individually?  First, we must take hope that God has positioned gifts and strengths geographically and relationally for corporate wars ahead of time, and we must believe corporate agreement will defeat customized weapons as well as enemies with tenure that are attempting to protect ungodly strongholds.  Secondly, we have to be confident that being the target does not mean we have to just take a right hook and then wait helplessly for a left jab every time the enemy gets upset.  We are not a victim nor a God-authorized target.  Once that is settled in us we can fight with confidence and win through time and perseverance.  (Mt.24:13;Heb.3:14)
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