They will fight against you, but not prevail over you, for I am with you to deliver you, says the LORD. Jeremiah 1:19
You want out.
You want to quit.
The boss was too demanding. He corrects you publicly. He treats you like you are a machine. He sees your mistakes, he ignores your effort. Unreasonable most of the time, he tells you he told you this and that, and when you look at your notes, none of those are present. He cites his sacrifices, your own forfeits — none sense.
So, you want to jump ship. You visit your resume. You browse the careers section.
If you think you are quitting on him, you’re mistaken (again!).
You are quitting on yourself. You are quitting on God.
The LORD encouraged Jeremiah in his time, “They will fight against you, but not prevail over you, for I am with you to deliver you, says the LORD.” Jeremiah 1:19. Find courage from those words. Find comfort from that sentence. Find strength from that verse. Losing is not in God’s dictionary. You will battle gigantic opposition yet those will not prevail, will not win. You will be, for God is your deliverer.
No, people are not your opposition, challenges are. Challenges at work, at home or in church. Difficulties working with different people. Problems of living with family who doesn’t share your beliefs or opinions. Or health problems remains a big problem after all these years. Trials still test you for all your life.
These things will fight you. These things will go against you. They will try to overcome you. They will try to bring you down. But they will not prevail. They will not win. They will not succeed. They will not topple you.
God is with you always. God will deliver you to victory each time. Just fight. Just be there at the battle field.
When the smoke clears, you are the winner.