Posted by: Pure Glory | 06/12/2014

Can’t Stay Must Move Forward

imagesby Hazel Straub

The city of Samaria was under siege from their enemies who surrounded the city and the people were starving. They were even selling dove dung for a high price and eating it.

Four lepers had a flash of great insight.They were outside the city gate and said if they went into the city they would die. If they stayed where they were they would die. If they moved and went to the enemy camp they had a chance to live. They could not go back to the past, nor stay where they were but needed to go forward.

Taking a risk the lepers went forward, found the camp of the enemy deserted. Yahweh had made the enemy hear the sound of horses and chariots. They thought another army was coming to attack them and so they fled leaving everything behind them.. The risk taking lepers found ample food, clothing and riches. The famine ended. (See 2 Kings 7:3-20)

Remember, you can’t go back, can’t stay where you are bu must go forward. Take a risk, have faith and find unexpected provision and abundant life that comes from Yahweh’s hand.

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