Nitashindaje Vishawishi?

majaribu

Bwana Yesu asifiwe, naomba mnisaidie jinsi gani nitashinda vishawishi mbali mbali vinavyonisumbua.

Richard R

7 thoughts on “Nitashindaje Vishawishi?

  1. yesu alisema ombeni msije mkaiingia majaribun mathayo 26:41
    neno limsema watu wangu wanaangamiakwa kukosa maarifa hosea 4:6a maarifa n neno la mungu
    fanya ibada kila siku waebrinia 3:12 waebria 10:26
    mkiri yeye mbele za watu kuwa ni mwokozi
    HAYO NI BAADH YA MAMBO YATAKAYO KUSAIDIA

  2. Yesu alisema hivi jicho lako likikukosesha ling’oe au mkono wako mmoja ukikukosesha ung’oe. Mpendwa ng’oa vyote vinavyokukosesha.

  3. Ama kwa hakika watumishi mmeiva katika neno ila tukumbuke kuwa kuwa na neno bila kulitendea kazi ni kujidanganya nafsi zetu wenyewe. mbarikiwe sana nami nichangie kwa ufupi sana, kama ni vishawishi vya uzinzi na uasherati basi wasiliana na strictly Gospel watakupa kitabu changu soft copy bure, kwa vishawishi vingine soma neno la Mungu (Moyoni mwangu nimeliweka neno lako nisikutende dhambi Bwana, kumbuka marafiki wabaya huharibu tabia njema that is why tunatakiwa kujiepusha na mabaraza ya mizaha). Mungu akusaidie katika kutendea kazi hayo yote uliyoshauriwa,lakini usipoteze kamwe ushirika na Roho mtakatifu!

  4. Mimi nakupa njia tano. ukizitii hizi ni lazima utaisha, maana ni too practical.
    1. Omba sana kila siku ili Mungu akuepushe na vishawishi.
    2. Jipangie strict time table. Time table isiyokupa muda wa kupiga porojo na watu. Uwe busy kabisa muda wote. Kwa maneno mengine, heshimu ratiba yako hiyo ngumu inayokubakizia muda wa mchache wa kulala tu(hii ni kwa wasiooa hasa na wale waliooa/olewa).
    3. Chagua marafiki walio wazuri kiimani. Achana na marafiki wasiyo wa imani zako.
    4. Epuka outings na wasichana/wavulana wasiofaa. Wale wasio na hofu ya Mungu. Wenye mavazi ya jabuajabu.
    5. Omba kila baada ya wazo baya kukuijia mawazoni. Ni hakika utashinda. Fanya hivyo ndani ya wiki moja tu. then nirejee kwa feedback.
    ubarikiwe
    nzala

  5. James Part 3, Faith’s Lifestyle: How to conquer tests, trials, and temptations.

    James 1:2-8; James 1:12-18
    James told us that tests, temptations, and trials are common to every one of us. These tests and trials prove or give evidence to our faith. God wants us to live as overcomers when we face trials and temptations. Every time we conquer a trial, test, or temptation, we become more Christ like in our behavior, character and attitude. When we triumphantly go through the trials and tests of life, we become stronger and more steadfast. We become a dynamic witness to all who observe our lives. We are a demonstration of the living presence and power of Christ. We are proving and giving evidence that Christ is actually lives in our hearts and lives. We are more than conquerors with Christ.
    Have you ever prayed: “Lord, change me?”
    Have you ever said: “Lord, make me ready for your coming?”
    Do you pray: “Lord, bring me closer to you?”
    “Lord, show me your power and goodness.” God allows trials and test to prove us and make us stronger. He is stirring you up to make you more like Him.
    The Holy Spirit is provoking changes in your life.
    He is not satisfied with our being stagnant, static or immature.
    The Holy Spirit is in the process of transforming us into the image and likeness of the Lord Jesus Christ. We all need to know that the love and affection of Jesus for His Church is tremendous. There is no greater love, than the love He has for us. He loves us so much that He willingly laid down His live for us. There is no greater blessing than to be able to reciprocate that love to Him. God is going to stir us up so that we have to face the things that need to change in us. God will allow us to face uncomfortable situations that draw our attention to what needs to be changed. He wants us to face the test, temptations, and trials of life and conquer them. We have to face them head on and conquer them. By conquering them, we become more like Christ. It is through our victory that Christ is honored and glorified. Through our victory, we are perfected and strengthened. God wants to make us victorious and robust. He wants to make you stronger. He wants a powerful and holy Church. James said we would fall into all kinds of temptations and trials. In “Word Pictures in the New Testament” A.T. Robertson says: “It is the picture of being surrounded by trials.”(Word Pictures in the New Testament, Vol 6, p.11). The idea is that we will face many trials and temptations of different kinds.
    All sorts and kinds of tests, temptations, and trials will come.
    Since we will fall into tests, trials, and temptations, we must learn to fall forward.
    2 Corinthians 3:18 NLT So all of us who have had that veil removed can see and reflect the glory of the Lord. And the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us more and more like him as we are changed into his glorious image.
    Do you see that God wants to demonstrate His glory, through us, to the world?
    So, what is God doing?
    He is changing us.
    We did not have glory when He started working on us. But, He has exposed us to His power and His glory. He is encouraging us to come higher with Him. The Holy Spirit is in the process of changing us into the glorious image of Jesus Christ.
    How is He making this transformation?
    This is a change from one form or character into another.
    He is changing us.
    Do you remember what you were like before you were saved? What was your life like? Were you were carrying around a lot of excess and dirty baggage? Are you still carrying the same old stuff in your life?

    The Holy Spirit wants to keep us before the Lord.
    He is changing our lives to be an example of God’s glory to this world. 2 Corinthians 4:17 NIV “For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.”
    Sometimes these are challenging words to us because of the nature of our momentary troubles.
    Hebrews 12:11 NIV “No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.”
    God really wants what is best for us.
    He wants to transform our lives.
    The transition is not just about changes in structure, style, and strategy. Transition is intended to conform us into the image and nature of Jesus. Moses had a transformation when he was on the mountain with God. God does not want us to be like Moses.
    When Moses came out from the presence of God, His countenance was changed.
    The glory of God was radiant in his face.
    The change was evident to all who saw him.
    So, Moses put a veil over his face, so people could not see the change that had occurred.
    God wants the veil removed so people can see the change that has occurred since Jesus Christ came in. 2 Corinthians 3 tells us that the people in the Old Covenant still had a veil that covered their hearts. But, those who turn to the Lord have the veil taken away. Once this happens, the Holy Spirit takes us into a new dimension of victory in Christ. He is in the process of bringing us into His glory. To demonstrate that change more fully, God allows all kinds of situations to come in our lives. God wants the testimony of Christ to remain constant in our lives regardless of the circumstances. We are free to reflect Jesus Christ in every situation.
    This happens when things are great and when they are sour.
    When life is fair and when the enemy comes in like a roaring lion.
    We are a reflection of the glory of God that resides within. He wants to fill us with His Spirit, power and glory. Our focus is usually on the smaller picture.
    When you read Job what is your opinion?
    Do you think God is concerned about Job’s life? Does God care about Job’s houses and lands? Does God care about Job’s children and finances? Does God care about Job’s possessions? Does God care about Job’s health? All of those questions have to do with the smaller picture. These things concern us tremendously. Yet, there is a more weighty matter.
    God looked at Job as a man that could make it through the test of his faith.
    It is not enough for Job to trust God.
    Can God trust Job?
    God told Satan: “Job’s faith will stand the test.”
    He was a man of integrity, faith, and strength. He was a man of righteousness. God knew what kind of man Job was. No one can state it better than Job did. Job 23:10 NIV “But He knows the way that I take; when He has tested me, I will come forth as gold.”
    Job had a concept of God’s ultimate care over his life.
    He trusted God.
    He was committed.
    “Though God slay me, yet, will I trust Him.”
    We don’t have to have all of the answers, all we need is faith in God. That person with faith in God will come out victoriously. If you are going to conquer trials and temptations, you must have some kind of understanding about God’s person and nature. You have to know that God is faithful, all the time. You have to know that God is almighty, all the time. You have to know that God is good, all the time. You have to know that God is worthy of your trust, all the time. You have to know God. You have to know. If we are going to have joy when we face trials and tests our attitude must change.
    Every one of us will have trials and tests.
    There are all kinds of them.
    They affect every aspect of life.
    Pain Death Hurt Immorality
    Sickness Greed Disease Separation
    Accidents Divorce Anger Disappointments
    Loss Loneliness Lust Lying
    Cheating Emptiness Weakness
    How do you change your attitude when all kinds of trials come? How do you change your attitude when the seductions of temptations and the torrent of tests come?
    None of these things move me!
    That I might win Christ!
    We must know something.
    James 1:5 (NLT) If you need wisdom—if you want to know what God wants you to do—ask Him, and He will gladly tell you. He will not resent your asking. Wisdom is not just a head full of facts. Wisdom understands the trials and temptations. Wisdom understands what to do with them. Wisdom takes action. Wisdom conquers. Wisdom gains the victory. We must know that God is working in us. We must know that God is in control. We must know that we are going to be stronger and better. We must know that all things work together for good to those who love the Lord. James 1:5 (NLT) If you need wisdom—if you want to know what God wants you to do—ask Him, and He will gladly tell you. He will not resent your asking. We have said this many times, but we need to hear it again.
    God loves us.
    In the heat of the test or temptation, you need to know that God still loves you. We need to repeat this to ourselves several times: God loves me.
    Since we know that God loves us we must do something.
    Then we must do something.
    We have a responsibility.
    We have to hold on to our faith in God.
    Don’t allow Satan to destroy your faith. When you are sifted and tried, you have to hold on. When you are tested you must persevere. When you are tempted you must hold on to God in faith. We must let patience work in us. When this thing is over you know that victory is coming. The reward is coming. 1 Corinthians 10:13 NLT The temptations in your life are no different from what others experience. And God is faithful. He will not allow the temptation to be more than you can stand. When you are tempted, he will show you a way out so that you can endure. James 1:12 (NKJV) Blessed is the man who endures temptation; for when he has been approved, he will receive the crown of life which the Lord has promised to those who love Him. James is NOT telling us that trials and temptations will come so we can see what we can get into. Proverbs 4:14 (NKJV) Do not enter the path of the wicked, And do not walk in the way of evil. Romans 6:13 (NKJV) Do not present your members as instruments of unrighteousness to sin, but present yourselves to God as being alive from the dead, and your members as instruments of righteousness to God. Paul told the Ephesian believers to prepare to fight a good fight. Ephesians 6:13 (NKJV) Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. When James tells you to let patience have her perfect work in you, he is not telling you to be careless and indifferent. We have to take an attitude of vigilance and faith. Face your test, trial or temptation with a true faith in God. In Luke 6:48Jesus gave a perfect illustration. Luke 6:48 (NKJV) He is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid the foundation on the rock. And when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently against that house, and could not shake it, for it was founded on the rock. The person who endures trials, tests, and temptations is the person who will be blessed and receive a crown of life. Confront your tests, trials, and temptations with the spirit of a conqueror. Through Jesus Christ we are going to win. Through Jesus Christ we shall wear a crown. Through Jesus Christ we are going to the next level of victory. Revelation 3:11 (NKJV) Behold, I am coming quickly! Hold fast what you have, that no one may take your crown. I am going to overcome this thing. I am going to win with Christ Jesus. I am going to be a conqueror.

  6. Overcoming Trials and Temptations

    Read: 1 Pet. 1:6-7

    Being a Christian does not take away trials and temptations. In fact, Christians will face more trials and temptations than non-believers. James 1:13-14.

    The source of temptation is the devil, not God. Satan tempts us by playing with our own desires (James 1: 14). When we cherish in our hearts evil or ungodly desires, we give him a weapon to use against us. According to 1 John 2: 15-17, he uses:

    The lust of the flesh,
    The lust of the eyes,
    And the pride of life.
    Satan uses temptation to bring spiritual destruction. He does not want anyone to serve God, so he brings temptations to break our relationship with God and put us under bondage. He wants to cause disobedience in our hearts. If, on the other hand, we refuse to give in to temptation, we overcome Satan becoming stronger than we were before.

    Temptation allowed by God

    Read: James 1:2-3

    In the story of Job, God allowed Satan to tempt a man who was blameless and righteous. (Job 1:12; 2:6). However, God imposed boundaries. There was a limit to what Satan could do to Job. Job was faithful to the end. He overcame the plans of the enemy. As a result of this, he became more fruitful and closer to his Creator (Job 42:1-17).

    We, as believers, must keep in mind that God will never allow the enemy to tempt us beyond our ability to endure. 1 Cor 10: 13.

    God allows trials and temptations in our lives in order to:

    Make us teachable and disciplined. Deut 8:2-5;
    Reveal the quality of our foundation. 1 Cor 3:10-15;
    Refine and purify us. Ps 66: 1 0;
    Cause our faith to become strong. 1 Pet 1: 6-7;
    Reveal our weaknesses so that we can deal with them. Deut 8:2; 2 Chron 32:31;
    God wants to make us strong, and the only way to do this is to allow pressure and fire into our lives. When we overcome small trials, we are prepared to face bigger trials. These trials not only strengthen our spiritual muscles, but also give us a wonderful testimony to share with others. It makes us become a people of integrity.

    Overcoming Temptation

    We must always use God’s Word to fight against the enemy. This was the way Jesus dealt with the devil when He was tempted. Matt 4:1-11.
    We have to resist the devil and his plans. Do not give in to temptation. James 4:7.
    3. We must put on the spiritual armor Eph.6: 10-18

    God’s truth
    God‘s righteousness
    The Gospel of peace
    The Shield of faith
    The Helmet of salvation
    The Sword of the Spirit
    Prayer
    4. We must be watchful and prayerful Matt 6:13; Luke 22:40,46.

    5. We must seek help from the Lord and from other believers on whom we can depend.

    Heb 4:15; 2:18

    Remember, temptation is not sin. Sin occurs when we yield to the temptation. Jesus himself was tempted. He overcame every temptation by standing on God’s Word. Matt 4:1-11. We need to be obedient to the word of God and be overcomers.

    When facing temptation, we need to fully appreciate what we might be up against.2 Cor 2:11; Eph 6:12; 2 Cor 10:3-5

    Satan usually operates in the soulish realm. He operates through our mind, will, and emotions. This is why we must bring our mind under the subjection of Christ.2 Cor 1 1:3; 1 Cor 10:13; Jas 1:12;

    Rev 3:1 1.

    When We Fail

    What happens when we do yield to temptation?

    Our sin and weaknesses are revealed, but we should realize that our failure is not the end of everything. We should move on with life.

    Ask God’s forgiveness and correct mistakes. 1 Jn 1:9.
    We must not listen to Satan’s accusations and condemnation. He will always try to convince us to give up; he will try to hold us back.
    We must draw near to God (Jas.4:8.)We must keep our focus on Jesus, allow Him to cleanse our heart and mind. This will make us eager and enthusiastic about living a life filled with good deeds. Heb 9:14; Titus 2:14.

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