When you become an instrument in God’s hands as He transfers someone from the realm of darkness into the kingdom of His Son, you make a difference in the person’s eternal destiny. Not only that, but Satan also receives a devastating blow.
– Charles Stanley
The Lord is our Judge
See, “Against whom has the king of Israel come out? Who are you pursuing? A dead dog? A flea? May the Lord be our judge and decide between us. May he consider my cause and uphold it; may he vindicate me by delivering me from your hand.
1 Samuel 24:14-16
David did not want to kill Saul because he was appointed by God. He did not fear Saul and only feared God, so he boldly pointed out to Saul his wrongs. David made it clear to Saul that God was judge and can see all things, and nothing can be hidden from Him.
We should not be afraid to correct those whom God has appointed, because if they are humble they can learn from their mistakes and become more effective in building God’s kingdom.
The Lord is not only our judge, but will also vindicate us from the enemy. Can we learn from these truths and be like David when we encounter similar situations?
You are the Alpha and the Omega and I take cover under Your wings. Help me not to fear man but speak out the truth and encourage others to abide in You. Amen.
God bless you
Your obedient servants in Christ,
Theo and Manju