“The Lord hears the needy and does not despise his captive people.” Psalm 69:33.
I want to always please God.
It’s not always going to happen, so I need Someone to point out my shortcomings.
God is a loving God, so I do not resent His enlightenings.
Satan hates me. His advice is devious. His favorite words to me are, “Don’t worry about it.”
I do something I shouldn’t. My God-conscience kicks in: “What you just did is wrong.” The voice of the evil one kicks in too: “Don’t worry about it. It was minor.”
I must discern the origin of each “voice.” How will I do that? By staying close to God. He not only instructs, He also warns.
I am destined for trouble when I underestimate the evil one. He is a worthy foe. He won’t be easily dissuaded. He is relentless.
I am indeed needy of Him 24/7. I must never drift away from Him because that action sends me into the waiting arms of the evil one.
Conclusion: I identify myself as needing God 24/7 and determined to act accordingly.