Ever wonder what God thinks when He sees how we respond or react to certain situations—especially when it comes to standing against the devil and not walking in fear? Something tragic happens, like a hurricane or a tsunami, or the coronavirus pandemic, and the first thing we do is get into fear. We cry out to God for answers and plead for His protection—never once considering our position and authority as children of the Most High God. How do you suppose that makes Him feel? Not good, I’m sure, especially when He has spent so much time assuring us of His love and compassion. And particularly when He has promised, “I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee” (Hebrews 13:5). What would we think or how would we feel if God didn’t respond to us at all, or if He stepped back, took a long look at us, and said something like: “How many times do I have to tell you that I’m with you, and that you have nothing to fear? How long will it be before you finally get it? I’m on your side. You are more than a conqueror. The devil has nothing on you, so get over it!” Is God asking you those questions today? If so, how will you answer Him?