"When men are cast down, then thou shalt say, There is lifting up; and he shall save the humble person." (Job 22:29)
Christianity is a life of champions. We’re not of them that fail. No matter what happens in your life, failure isn’t a possibility, until and unless you let it. As long as you choose to win; as long as you choose to succeed; as long as you choose victory, that’s what you’ll have.
What you need is to set your focus on the Lord and His eternal Word. Learn to see God and God alone. See the invisible, and you’ll do the impossible! When your focus is on Him and His Word, you don’t see shadows. You see and hear Him only, and nothing else matters.
With the Word in you, you just know you’re different, and that circumstances and situations will always turn out in your favor. That’s because you’re peculiar. You’re not of this world. You’re not from the lineage of the fallen man, the “earthly” man; you’re a new “creature,” a new kind of man (2 Corinthians 5:17); an associate of the God-kind. But if you don’t know it, you’ll suffer what mere men suffer, and live like a servant, whereas you’re a king-priest, and a prince of power with God.
When you know the Word, you’re able to walk in your inheritance, rights and privileges in Christ. You enjoy the greater glories and treasures of Christ. What has kept many bound and hindered them from walking in the riches of the glory of their inheritance in Christ is ignorance.
Refuse to be ignorant. Know the Scriptures for yourself. Study and meditate until the Word gains the ascendancy in you, instilling in you a new mind-set. That way, irrespective of the challenges and adversities, you’ll respond with the Word. And when you respond with the Word, you win! That’s how God’s champions live; they live in and by the Word. We reign and rule by the Word. Hallelujah!
Thanks be unto God who leads me in glory and eternal triumph over the circumstances of life in and by the Word. I'm prosperous and victorious in Christ, now and evermore. Amen.
Further Study: Ephesians 2:10 AMP; 1 John 4:4; 2 Corinthians 2:14