4 Ways the Enemy uses Assumptions to Keep Us in Warfare ~ Episode 167 with Somer Colbert

Feb 14, 2022 | assumptions, Lies, Podcast, Spiritual battle, Struggle

Don’t you just hate it when people assume things about you?

They don’t take the time to actually get to know you, and it is even worse when they spread their assumptions around.

Don’t we all do this at some point?

Think of that one person you do not connect with because you’re assuming they are “too much” of something. If we were honest with ourselves, most of us will confess that YES… we fall prey to the temptation of assumption.

My (spicy) guest, Somer Colbert, holds nothing back on today’s episode. The enemy would love nothing more than for all of us to disconnect and hold tightly to our hypothetical assumptions. It is time to roll up our sleeves ladies, and take back lost ground!

Here are 4 Ways The enemy uses assumptions: 

  • Deceive us 
  • Divide us, 
  • Derail us (from our mission) 
  • Destroy us


Listen to today’s episode and create a game plan to fight against the temptation of assumption.

Because God’s calling on our lives can’t be put on pause just because we are too busy holding onto assumptions!



Links mentioned in the episode:

Somer Colbert



My Guest appearance on Somer’s Show!



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Somer Colbert

Somer Colbert is a writer, international speaker and founder of Ahavah in Our Hearts Ministry. She is the host of the Love Where You Are Podcast. Somer is passionate about equipping others to grow in their relationship with Christ so they can share His love through serving and THRIVE in their calling as individuals and families!

She also writes for various platforms including ChristianParenting.org with one recent article reaching the top 10 list for 2020. She has spoken for various women’s events and conferences including the most recent 2020 Christian Women’s Self Care Conference and the 2021 Wives of Integrity Conference.


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