“You may say to yourself, "My power and the strength of my hands have produced this wealth for me." But remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth.” Deuteronomy 8:17-18 (NIV) 
Remember. It is a theme that runs through the book of Deuteronomy. The children of Israel have been wandering around in the desert for forty years after failing to enter the Promised Land because of their unbelief. Now they are back where they started. Now they can take the land.
But Moses warns them. Remember. Remember all that God has done. Remember what God has said—His law, his commands. Remember what God has done—the deliverance from egypt. Remember God’s provision—the bread from heaven, the clothes that did not wear out. Remember God’s guidance—a pillar of fire by night and a cloud by day. Don’t forget. When you finally settle down, and life gets good and routine. When things become easier, don’t forget.
We still need to heed this message. Many like to think of spiritual warfare as demons and angels battling it out in the heavenlies to the clanking of swords and crashing of shields, and sometimes it may look that way. Many see spiritual warfare in every difficult circumstance and every frustrated plan. But sometimes the warfare is more subtle and therefore more dangerous. Sometimes the enemy just wants to lure us into complacency. Sometimes the voice of the enemy is not so much a temptation to some hideous sin as much as it is a sing-song voice that lures us into forgetfulness. We forget God’s faithfulness. We forget God’s goodness. We forget God’s provision. We forget that the life we have is not by our own making. Remember the Lord your God.
-Pastor Dino Griffin