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Fire Walkers!

  • The devil is no longer hiding in the closet, he is in your face with every ungodly thing you can imagine. We cannot be neutral, we must contend for the miraculous, for power and the glory of God in our midst. We must have a fresh fire.



    One of my favorite accounts is where Samson retaliates against the Philistines, he goes and catches 300 foxes, ties them together in pairs. He then puts a firebrand between their tales and turns them loose into the standing corn of the Philistines.I don’t think he had to try to motivate them to run. That is obvious because when your tail is on fire, nobody has to ask you to move. You are a firebrand for God. Until those foxes come into contact with the fire, they were no threat to the enemy, but once they made contact, they caused mass destruction leaving a trail of fire behind them. Remember you are going through because you are going to! The flames may be leaping all around you, but you keep on walking. 



    When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee. (Isaiah 43:2).



    I know that I am talking to some Fire walkers today! Somebody just has one more step, just one more thank you Jesus, Just one more tear and you are coming out. You are coming out stronger, you are coming out with a bolder faith, with a stronger testimony. with a fresh fire.You went in sick, but your coming out healed. You went in crying, but you are coming out with joy unspeakable. You went in broken, but you are coming out bold. Remember this: The revelation is in the middle. Don’t miss the revelation in the middle of that fire you are in. Many times we are in such a hurry to get through and out of the fire that we miss the revelation in the middle. We know that the 3 Hebrew boys did not miss the revelation. They did not want to come out, they had to be called out. They were walking with the fourth man and the fire was not even touching them. You can reach a place in God where in the midst of your fire, your fellowship with God becomes so real and so deep, that you don’t want anything to disturb it. He will hold and sustain you! He will lift you above the power of the flames. His word will enable you to stand where it is humanly impossible to stand. 



    You reach that place where the only reason you come out at all is so they will know you really are alive, you really are the same one that was thrown into the fire and everything that came to destroy has in the end only served to loose you into a greater power with God. You are not a fire less fox, but a Fire Walker and you are going to set the devils fields on fire.


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