The Lord did not allow David to fail, no matter how many times Saul tried to kill him or how many battles he fought, David was victorious because he was God’s man.
The Lord did not allow Esther to fail, regardless of the attacks on her uncle’s life or the fact she could have died when she went before the King, she was God’s woman.
When Daniel was lowered into the den of lions, it didn’t matter how hungry they were or how aggressive they had become, nothing was going to take Daniel out because he was there as God’s servant and warrior.
When Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego walked into that fire, it didn’t matter how hot the flames were heated, God was waiting for them inside to escort them to the other side because they wouldn’t bow when everyone else fell to their knees.
The Lord walked with Moses right into victory, despite Pharaoh, the Moabites, Amalekites, Canaanites, and his own people. Moses was chosen by God, therefore it didn’t matter how many attacks he had come against him, he was victorious because he was God’s chosen and God protects those He elevates.
From the moment of conception, Jesus had attack, after attack, after attack on His life, but none of it made a difference. He had a purpose that could not fail, therefore all of Satan’s plans fell short. Little did the devil know that what he though would be his greatest victory actually became his greatest disaster, conquering him for all eternity.
It doesn’t matter what is going on around us, the anger we see, the hate that has become tangible or the lies that are spoken as truth. This is not the first time God’s people have been the underdogs, God has been in this position many, many times.
This country, these people, you and your family, belong not to the enemy, but to the Lord. We CANNOT afford to look at anything other than the truth: Nobody and nothing can stand against you for you have been chosen by the King of kings, Lord of lords, name above every name, and the Creator of the Universe.
God defends His people and His plans come to pass.
“What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?” -Romans 8:31