Job 5: 20 -22
In famine he shall redeem thee from death: and in war from the power of the sword.Thou shalt be hid from the scourge of the tongue: neither shalt thou be afraid of destruction when it cometh. At destruction and famine thou shalt laugh: neither shalt thou be afraid of the beasts of the earth.
When we have walked with the Lord for a time and a season; our faith takes root in the living word, in prayer and in continual fellowship with our Lord. Proclaim it aloud ! Faith is not something of the mind; faith is an inner knowing; an inner understanding of our savior. Slowly but surely as we thirst and hunger for him and seek him with all our heart we will find him. And when we have found him we will not remain the same. We will be known by our fruits. And sometimes the Lord in order to furnish us with his spirit he will want our fruits to grow in different kinds of ground. When we have learnt, understood and practiced to lay down our flesh for moments and people we fight against. Lay it all down. Only when we have learnt to lay and give in to the Lord just as he gave his life for us; we will learn and understand his resurrection.
His resurrection was not anything to do with death. His resurrection was to do with life. Today the Lord does not want to save us only but he wants to resurrect us. This is not the death on a cross. But it is to learn to die to the ways of the world and the ways of the flesh. To being the human he designed and he loves.
And thereafter we shall know the power of his word. The power of his name and the power of his fellowship.
Finally in this power we will learn to walk.