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By Brenda Kunneman
 
 
 

Fiery Darts Extinguished!

[Friday, August 26]

“Raise up your faith shield this day and know that your enemy, the devil, fears your stand against him. Even when he tries to shoot arrows all around your dwelling, every fiery dart shall be extinguished by your faith.”



Prophetic Scripture:

Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked (Ephesians 6:16).

According to Ephesians 6:16, the best way to stand up against the fiery darts of the devil is by putting up a shield. A shield is bigger than a dart and its job is to make arrows bounce off so that you don’t even feel them. The way the shield of faith works against the devil’s arrows is to render them completely ineffective. It’s as if they aren’t even in your vicinity! The Bible describes Satan’s arrows as fiery, that they come at us looking like a serious threat. Yet the shield of faith makes it so that they have no effect on you.

Look at whatever flaming arrows seem to be coming against your life today. Take a moment to sit back and picture yourself holding a great big body-sized shield. See the devil’s arrows shooting at it while you sit safely behind the shield unharmed and untouched. Often, the reason the darts of the enemy get through to us is because we see them getting through. Remember, faith is being assured and convinced (see Heb. 11:1). Tell yourself today that you are assured by faith in God’s protection and the devil’s fiery darts are all being extinguished!


Prayer:

Father, I have faith that You are protecting me from every fiery dart of the enemy. I lift the shield of faith today and expect every arrow to be extinguished and none of them shall have any effect on me. In Jesus’ Name, amen.

 

 

Taken from The Daily Prophecy devotional book published by Destiny Image. For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman's daily prophecies, click here to order The Daily Prophecy.


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