Eating The Bread of Opposition

By Carter Conlon

May 15, 2011

May 15, 2011 – What exactly did Joshua mean when He said, “don’t be afraid of the opposition they are bread for us?” In this message we learn that opposition nourishes and sustains us. Without opposition the church gets lazy, turns inward and seeks power without purpose which is a formula for spiritual delusion. Opposition causes us to turn to God and that is where we get fed. Opposition will ignite prayer meetings again and the church will be moved to divine compassion. Our enemies are bread for us because as we turn to God we will be nourished and sustained with the power and the provision of the Cross. There will be a church in this generation that will know the power of God because of the opposition it faces.

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