We have all felt attacked at some point. We feel that we have been falsely accused, our motivations questioned, and worse yet our character defamed. Nothing hurts worse then when our closest relationships go on the attack, or we think they do. This week we explore the defensive weapons of our battle, the shield of faith. What is faith and how do we use it to protect ourselves from the enemies attacks that come from our relationships. The greatest weapon our enemy uses is fear. Fear, unless defended against causes us to overreact to accusations, hurt, bad news, and disappointment. We develop our shield of faith through positive assumptions about others motivations, learning to trust God’s ability to do miracles in our lives, and setting boundaries that keep negative relational habits away.