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Rock climbers amaze me. I watch as they scale a seemingly sheer cliff simply by finding small cracks and crevices to grab a toehold in the rock and inch their way to the top and conquest. The enemy is like that. He finds cracks in out armor that he uses to slowly conquer our attitudes and outlook on life. An inch here, a couple inches there and soon he has you. Your alarm doesn’t go off because the kids were playing with the clock again. You can’t burn your toast because you are out of bread. The traffic is horrible. If only your co-workers would do their jobs! Anger creeps in unless you focus on the power of God working through your life. Take heart. Nothing you encounter today is more than God can help you through. 

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