(Rosilind Jukic) I lay in the hospital bed and listened to the woman next to me cry out, “Why me?” A few days earlier they had found a lump on her breast, something every woman fears. She was still in a state of shock as she walked about the room crying and asking no one in particular: “Why me? Why must I have to be the one to suffer this way?” In order to be truly victorious in our lives, we must learn to recognize our real enemy. When you think God is against you, remember this!

This week we’ve read similar words as Job cries out: “Why me, God? Why must I suffer this way?” In the Job 19:21, we read: “Have pity upon me, have pity upon me, O you my friends, for the hand of God has struck me!” However, when we look back on chapter 1, we see that in fact it isn’t God who has struck Job but Satan. Satan had created a strategy to destroy Job and turn him against God. Although that strategy didn’t work, Job did not recognize his true enemy. READ MORE