Updated: Apr 28, 2020
By Pastor Shana Wise
Read a Samuel 17:23-51
Everyone will have a giant to face in their life, the question is, how will you respond to it?
God allows giants to come in our life to show us that it is not about us, but He is developing faith within us.
The story of David and Goliath will give us real life practical applications on how to not only face our giants, but be victorious over them.
1. List a giant that you are currently facing, and/or list a dream, vision, or goal that you have that is bigger than you.
2. Gather Information
Write down the information about the giant and/or research what it takes to achieve your dream, vision, or goal (1 Sam. 17:23-28).
3. Have an action plan
After you have done your research, what action are you going to take (1 Sam. 17:32)?
4. Recall private victories
Write down the “private victories” that God has done for you in the past (1 Sam. 34-37).
5. Recognize the hand of God over your life
Recognize the hand of God on your life. Write down the times that God has saved your life or rescued you from something (1 Sam. 17:37).
6. Use what works for you
What gifts, talents, abilities, or resources has God given you? How have they worked for you in the past and present (1 Sam. 17:38-40)?
7. Speak in faith
What scriptures are you believing God for as it relates to your giant? Write them out and speak to your giant with the Word of God (1 Sam. 17:45-47).
8. Move forward until you have the victory
Move forward until you have the victory! After you have conquered your giant, write it down for a future reference.
About the Author
Dr. Shana Wise is an ordained Pastor and CEO of Wise Choice Ministries (est. 2016). She is the founder of The Well Christian Women’s Network formally known as Christian Women Preachers United. Dr. Wise is the author of women’s devotional, Acts of Intercession, and The Impact of Your Election (available on Amazon). She received a doctor of divinity degree in 2019 from St. Thomas Christian University. Her passion is to teach and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, equip others to apply the Word to their lives, and demonstrate the Word through the power of the Holy Spirit. She is a televangelist that appears on social media outlets and television. Shana is married to Ron Wise and is the mother of four children.