Through every trial, temptation, and tribulation we face nowadays, it is has become difficult to resist the tricks of the enemy. The word instructs us to stand steadfast through it all, because God will always see us through. The word “steadfast” is used to suggest fixed in position, solid and firm, unshaken and resolute. The word “immovable” is used to indicate that a person or thing is unalterable, firmly secured, and not subject to change. It also signifies the quality of being unyielding and incapable of being diverted from one’s purpose. Thus, a person who is steadfast and immovable is solid, firm, resolute, firmly secured, and incapable of being diverted from a primary purpose or mission. This is what our heavenly father requires of us. We cannot fall for the tricks of the enemy, because we are assured of a way out. We know that He has said “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.” (1 Corinthians 10:13).
Many believer today are blessed with spiritual strength and courage equal to or greater than those who came before them. These gifts are to help them stand firm against the mocking and scorn of the world and live and defend principles of virtue, integrity, chastity, worthiness, and obedience. If we stand firm and steadfast, we will be able to come to that place of victory, deliverance and higher levels which Jesus paid the price for “it is finished”. A building or structure that is stable and immovable must be built upon a strong foundation. If you and I desire to become steadfast and immovable disciples of the Lord Jesus, we must build appropriately and effectively upon Him as our foundation. This can only come with the assurance that, our God will always find a way for us. We cannot fall for it! There’s a way out! Watch video below for more edification. God bless