Set the Captives Free
Instead of complaining, wringing our hands, blaming and criticizing others when the enemy attacks, what would happen if we separated ourselves from the crowd and turned to God in prayer?
What would happen if we didn’t rely on programs or techniques but relied instead on God’s power to gain His perspective, to recognize His call to get involved, and then to pursue those held captive by the enemy? By their own sin? By their appetites and desires? By their habits and addictions?
Abraham, living under the oak trees of Mamre, was separated from the world around him when he received the news that his nephew Lot had been taken captive. He then pursued and overcame the enemy, setting Lot free. Psalm 20:7 says, “Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.”
Pray. Then trust in God to give you victory as you go into your world to set the captives free.
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