Let Them Talk

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“No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.” Isaiah 54:17

In the world today, many seem to be obsessed with what others think and say about them. They will allow these comments to dictate their mood for the entire day and influence future decisions. This may be true for those in the world, but not so for the Daughter of the King. I say, let them talk. The scripture above explains what will happen to any tongue that rises against you in judgment. The person who uses their tongue in judgment against you will be proven wrong. As you go about your life living it for the LORD others will see and be inspired to follow your God. They will look at you and wonder how you can have so much peace surrounded by a stressed out world. Others will hide and wait to see if what you are believing God for will actually come to pass in your life. There may be some who will attempt to set traps of failure and defeat for you to fall into which will ultimately trap the one who set it. Regardless of what others do, your confidence is in God. You can live a fearless life free in Him with the revelation of the scripture above. So, do not be concerned with what others say or do not say. Do not be concerned with the number of “likes” your post or picture gets. Only be concerned with what Your Father thinks about you and know all of His thoughts toward you are good! (Jeremiah 29:11)

Prayer: Dear Heavenly Father, I repent for being overly concerned about what others say or think about me. I receive your promise that no weapon formed against me shall prosper and any tongue that rises against me shall be condemned. This promise is my heritage, I am your servant and my righteousness is of You. Thank you Lord I can live fearlessly in You! In Jesus’ Name I pray, Amen.

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