Rev. Willis describes longsuffering as the “Spirit of Christ” that encompasses lasting calmness, endurance, courage, forgiveness, and continues throughout maturing as a Christian. Because of God’s love for his people, Satin hates us and tries to disturb God’s plan for us by creating problems and creating problems with people. As part of God’s plan, longsuffering is divine provision for believers to walk in victory as we live out our lives here on Earth. Satin tries to get believers to get into unforgiveness so that our prayers are blocked. Also Rev. Willis encourages believers to never give up, even if we fail at times. He wants believers to know that they never fail enunless they stop trying.