I SAMUEL 17
- Satan uses intimidation because it doesn’t require anything of him (v.4-11).
- What response should believers have to giant problems? (Numbers 13:33; 14:6-8)
- What happens to us when we focus on intimidating problems?
- When David looked to the living God, intimidation lost its power (v.26, 36f).
- What power does intimidation have with a devoted worshiper of God?
- What assurance was available to David? (I Samuel 16:12-13)
- What assurance does God’s word give us?
- Satan has no power against a devoted worshiper of God (v.45).
- What will help us to look to God instead of looking to intimidating problems?
- What will motivate us to the practice of consistent, devoted worship?
- Jesus gave us reason and ability to overcome intimidation (Hebrews 2:14-15).
- How does it help us to know that Satan has lost his power over our lives?
- How consistently are you overcoming Satan’s attempts to intimidate you?
- We have been called to overcome (James 4:6-7).
- How do we have the added advantage of knowing that it is not a fair fight?
- Are you living with the assurance of knowing that it is not a fair fight?
Call to Action: To overcome intimidation with joyous assurance.