Breaking Bread For 8.14.22

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Seek Him

Today’s message comes from Day 166 in my book, Seek Him, Volume 2: Going Beyond Your Spiritual Comfort Zone. The theme is “Fight the “Liar.” It has been reformatted to align with this blog.


You are not the kind of God who is pleased with evil. Sinners can’t stay with you. No one who boasts can stand in your presence, Lord, and you hate evil people. You destroy every liar, and you despise violence and deceit. You do what is right, and I ask you to guide me. Make your teaching clear because of my enemies. Nothing they say is true! They just want to destroy. Their words are deceitful like a hidden pit, and their tongues are good only for telling lies.

—Psalm 5:4-6,8-9 CEV

This message is for those of you who are under attack by people who can’t make it through their day without trying to harm you and your relationship with God. This message is for those of us who are constantly under attack by the “liar”. The spiritual enemy, the father of lies, who tries to convince us that we are not worthy of God’s blessings. The lies that say that we can’t do the things we are attempting and desiring in our lives; that we can’t have the very things that we are working so hard to get. The “liar” will whisper words of fear, doubt, and hate into your ears. It will try to convince you to envy (or covet) others. It tries to convince you to doubt yourself. It wants you to be insecure with your appearance, mental ability, and spiritual connectedness to God. You must fight the “liar” and your human enemy the same way, each and every day—through and with God! We must pray to Him for guidance, clarity, strength, protection, discernment, and the voice to say to our enemies, “No. You are a liar. I will not listen to you or sink down to your level. God is my Light, Strength, Comforter, and Salvation, and I will leave this between you and Him!” Then we must step back and let God deal with the transgressions of our enemies.

We must never sink down to the level of our enemy, who is possibly at the lowest depths that one can live. As my mom always said to me when I was growing up, “Don’t fight in someone else’s yard. They always have the advantage“. Know who you are and what you are—God’s child—and walk upright in His glory and countless blessings. Walk in the knowledge that God’s arms encircle you. Your enemy can only harm you when you let them in, and stop relying on God to be your security gates!


I am thanking You now Father, for keeping my eyes on You; for guiding me to where I need to be—despite the attempts of the “liar” and those influenced by evil, to steer my mind and heart away from You. Thank You for helping me rise above pettiness, jealousy, envy, anger, fear, hatred, and a desire to retaliate against those who attack me. In and through You I know the Truth. No matter what anyone else says or does, I know that You will always prevail and reveal Your Truth to all. Thank You, Father, for Your constant love. Amen.


When I See Myself I See…

When I Think About Myself I Think Of…

I Feel…

I Want To Improve My…

I Fear…

I Want to Overcome This Fear Because…

I Will Show My Support Of God Today By…

Today, I Tell The Enemy…

I Am…

I Thank God For…


It’s time to Go Deeper. Turn to today’s lesson/exercise in Seek Him Workbook 2.

Copyright 2021-2022. Natasha L. Foreman. All Rights Reserved.

Music: Quiescent In Time by Shane Ivers –

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