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The Only Place a Person Can Achieve This Change Is on the Altar.
What Can We Learn From Gideon’s Story?
The people of Israel’s misery was because they had done what was evil in the eyes of the Lord. Therefore, the more we make mistakes before God, the more problems we will have. The enemy (devil) prevails just like the Midianites and other nations prevailed against Israel. They devastated, stole, and forced the people to live in miserable ways like caves.
Gideon did not accept this miserable situation in which Israel and his people lived. He improvised by going to threshing the wheat inside the winepress. When a person does not accept the situation he is experiencing, he improvises and does not stand still.
Gideon’s question has been asked by many today.
“O my Lord, if the Lord is with us, then why has all this happened to us? Where are all His miracles that our fathers told us about?… “(Judges 6:13)
GIDEON had a spirit of rebellion, he revolted against the situation, yet he was afraid of it and therefore reduced himself, just as today, many are revolted with their situation, but they’re scared to face them.
Remember this: NOTHING IS GREATER THAN GOD
IT’S TIME TO CHANGE YOUR SPIRIT
WHO HAS THE HOLY SPIRIT DOESN’T WANT TO HEAR STORIES.
THEY WANT TO MAKE THESE STORIES HAPPEN
The only place a person can achieve this change is on the Altar. Choose to go to the Altar, and you will see your change come. That’s what we can learn from Gideon’s story.
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