Saturday, April 20, 2024

You Are God’s Strategy

Broadcast 4008
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Jeremiah 51:20 (KJV) reads, “Thou art my battle axe and weapons of war: for with thee will I break in pieces the nations, and with thee will I destroy kingdoms.”
A nation was ravaged for many years by enemy forces. After every effort by the citizens to secure the land and break free from their oppressors failed, they gave in to servitude while others sought refuge in caves and holes. Gideon was one of such who hid in caves. Being a courageous man, he visited the harvest field to hide some food before their enemies invaded. It was in one of such occasions that he had an angelic visitation; the Lord wanted to help them, and Gideon was his man. “The Lord is with thee, thou mighty man of valor,” said the angel. Gideon went on to deliver the land after the encounter.

God created the earth and gave its control to man (Genesis 1:26, 28; Psalm 115:16). Man afterward became God’s hands and feet on the earth. If God must act on the earth, it has to be through a man. If he cannot find a man, he cannot act on the earth. So, he is always seeking for men; he is still asking the question, “whom shall we send?” (Isaiah 6:8).

Just like the angel said to Gideon, God is saying, “I am with you, thou mighty man of valour.” If you will heed God’s instructions to you going forward, you also will become a deliverer.

Go into today knowing that God has hope in you; he needs you to be his man on earth so he can do great and mighty things through you.

Prayer: Lord Jesus, I avail myself for your use
—Dr. Emmanuel James

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