Posted by: Pure Glory | 01/03/2021

Catch The Little Foxes

selective focus photography of brown fox on grass

by Hazel Straub

You must catch the troubling foxes,
those sly little foxes that hinder our relationship. For they raid our budding vineyard of love to ruin what I’ve planted within you. Will you catch them and remove them for me? We will do it together. (Song of Songs 2:15 TPT)

Jesus is the true vine and we are the branches, Little foxes spoil the vine and include our thought life, what comes out of our mouth, and sins we commit that are obvious to all.

Take every thought captive through Christ Jesus. When you rehearse small offenses, not recognizing their toxicity, it will spoil your relationships within the body of Christ (the vine) and with God. Cast down every negative thought, when it intrudes on your mind or it will lodge in your heart. Soon the heart hardens, due to the trampling of many footprints of offense that walk over your mind, will and emotions (the heart).

Abba God, thank you for your Spirit living inside of me. Search my heart and see if there is any wicked way in me and lead me in your everlasting way. I work with you to capture and remove the toxic sinful thoughts, as I take every thought captive through Christ. I turn from sin and negativity to you, forgiving and releasing all who offend me, including myself. Purify and change my heart, until it is pliable and tender. Teach me to love like you love, forgive, as you forgive and release offenders and all offenses. Give me a hunger for your Word, so I will transform my mind by meditating on it.

Abba God, I put on the mind of the Anointed One. Grant your eyesight for vision to see through filters of your love, mercy and compassion. Every thought captivated in Abba God, as I crucify my flesh.  The dunamis, resurrection power, filling and making me, excellent of soul. Thank you, Lord, for a fresh start today.

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  1. Amen!

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  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:

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  3. Our thoughts and feelings sometimes catch us by surprise. This is why we must take them captive, like Paul said. Temptation is not sin; it is the yielding to it that takes us down the wrong path. Blessings.

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    • Very true, David. God wants us to work with him to take every thought captive through Christ.


  4. Sometimes those foxes get pretty comfortable in our life, but the longer we’re in Christ the sooner we are able to recognize them before they cause too much havoc. This makes me think of how satan can turn into an angel of light……… Foxes are so cute,but are up to no good many times. Very good lesson here. Be Blessed.

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    • Yes, we don’t want the little foxes to destroy the good fruit. Abundant blessings, Julia!


  5. Little foxes spoil the vine and include our thought life,…so true. Blessings always.

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    • Abundant blessings for taking every thought captive through Jesus our Lord!


  6. Cute little feller.

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    • Very dangerous and destroys our good fruit. Must get it out of our vineyard.


  7. Reblogged this on thehouseofprayers.

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  8. I find the best way to catch the little foxes is to leave as little room for them as possible. Filling my mind with Christ keeps the little foxes away.

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  9. Amen!! Yes Lord!!


  10. This is such powerful insight & very timely for me. Thank you…

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    • Esters, you are welcome! Praise the Lord!


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