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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Things God wants us to learn

    In 1Samuel 17, God's people faced a ferocious and savage army lead by a giant!  God chose a single young man who had an unbendable faith, and set him in front of the giant, and the next thing we know, the giant is dead, and the army is defeated!  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that incident?

    In 2Kings 6, the Syrian army sent swarms of soldiers to Dothan to arrest Elisha. The army surrounded the city. A young servant with Elisha became afraid.  Elisha told the young man, "Fear not, for they that be with us are more than they that be with them (2Kgs. 6:16).  The eyes of the young servant were opened and he beheld the mountains filled with chariots of fire surrounding and protecting Elisha (vs 17).  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that incident? (cp. Psalm 34:7).

    In 2Kings 19:35, one Angel slew 185,000 Assyrians because of the prayer of a single righteous man!  What do you suppose God expects us to learn from that incident?

    In Genesis 19, we read that God lead Lot and his daughters out of Sodom-Gomorrah and burned everyone else in those twin-cities to ashes.  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that incident?

    Because of sin, God saved eight people, and killed all the rest of the population of the earth! (Genesis 6-9).  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that incident?

    When a king ordered the death of God's infant Son (Matt. 2:16), God intervened and the king's plan was thwarted.  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that?

    When two preachers were arrested, bound in chains and thrown into prison (Acts 16:19-33), God caused an earthquake and set His preachers free, who also baptized the prison guard in the process!  What do you suppose God expects you and me to learn from that?

    When Jesus was betrayed and left standing alone in the Garden of Gethsemane, surrounded by His enemies, God sent an Angel to strengthen Him that He could endure the Cross (Luke 22:43).  Why do you suppose God wants us to know that?

 

--Toby Miller

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