The question that came to my mind as I was reading the verse above was, “How would your attitude toward your problems change, if you really believed this?”
Would I worry so much about my future, if I really believed the LORD Himself was already there preparing a solution?
Would I be so susceptible to fear and discouragement, if I really believed God was with me constantly and had NO PLAN to forsake me?
Of course, we would desire to have the kind of faith Deut. 31:8 makes reference to. So, why is it we succumb so easily to the fiery dart that this kind of faith is impossible for us? Why is it we believe Satan’s lies before we believe God’s Truths?
If Satan can deceive us into discounting the power of a fiery dart, and then add to that our unfamiliarity with God’s Word (caused by a lack of realization of its power), is it any wonder why we fall prey to fiery darts … p. 40 FD’s 3rd edition
Satan doesn’t want us to believe God. Therefore, if we aren’t familiar enough with the Truth’s found in Scripture, then Satan’s trap is set. He will be able to manipulate us into believing the lies of fiery darts. We have a choice to make dear readers.
Are we going to believe Satan?
Are we going to believe GOD?