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2 enemies you must overcome to fulfill great destiny

Some things can be used by the devil to thwart a man's destiny. And, as you work to fulfill your purpose, you must be vigilant to avoid falling into the devil's trap, as his goal is to weaken your purpose and prevent you from fulfilling your destiny.

The following are the two (2) enemies you must overcome to fulfill your great destiny:

1. Sin: Sin can limit God's grace in one's life; it devalues God's grace in one's life. You cannot attain tremendous destiny without God's grace. That is why, in order for the devil to drag a Christian down, he must first ruin his relationship with God by causing him to sin. And as sin accumulates in a Christian's life, God's grace in his life decreases.

The devil knew the wonderful things God wished to do with Jesus Christ, so he devised a plan to distort God's plan by luring Jesus Christ to sin in order to thwart God's plan. But our Lord Jesus Christ defeated him, and God's plan came to fruition.

The devil is so cunning that even if you give him a small opening, he will use it to wreck your life and destiny. That is why the Bible warns us to "resist the devil and he will flee from you."

2. Faithlessness: Many Christians fall into the devil's hands because of their lack of faith. Many people fail to fulfill their tremendous destiny because they do not trust in themselves or have faith in God. The devil will do all in his power to make you doubt God's word and promises. The devil will constantly try to make you fearful or doubtful, but he will also try to lead you away from God's values by making you seek solutions in the wrong way.

Fear and doubt are aspects of disbelief, but they are also adversaries of tremendous destiny. You must exorcise every spirit of fear and doubt if you want to accomplish a great destiny in life; you must be hopeful and activate strong confidence in God.

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