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Romans 8:31-39

If God is for us (the believer), then who can come against us? The Bible tells us that the enemy will plot and plan against us, but these plots and plans will not prosper. We should not think it strange when trials and tribulations come in our lives. In spite of everything negative that happens, we must remember that we are more than conquerors in Christ. This means that we should allow nothing (not tribulations, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, peril, or even sword), separate us from the love of Christ. In the natural things may not look good. In fact, they may appear to be downright dismal. This is when we must put on our "spiritual lenses" and view the situation from the believer's vantage point. Our faith reminds us that whatever the circumstances may be it is already getting better because God is always working on our behalf. It does not matter if the situation is dealing with your marriage, children, career, finances, or even something internal because there is not anything that God cannot fix. Regardless of what the naysayers may say, think, or even feel, we (the believers) have already won because God is for us so nothing can win against us!