Sunday, 21 April 2019

B Blog

Reflections - Brook Besor

Text: 1Samuel 30:9-18. 

“So David and his 600 men set out, and they came to the brook Besor. But 200 of the men were too exhausted to cross the brook, so David continued the pursuit with 400 men.” (1 Samuel 30:9-10 NLT) 

They all left Ziglak for one mission, to pursue the enemy and recover all. On getting to Brook Besor, 200 men lost focus, vision, strength and grace. They retire, were exhausted. Whatever motivated them to start the journey was taken from them and they were forced to remain at Brook Besor while others moved forward. You will not retire, you will re-fire. In Jesus' name. 

Where are you stuck ?

What stopped you? 

What sapped your strength & grace ?

What represent Brook Besor to you?

You have come a long way to now stop at Brook Besor, the Lord that has taken you from the beginning is still very much available, He is never on holiday, He will help you to the very end. Arise, gather your loins and move forward, keep pushing, as long as you keep going you will get there and recover all. 

David and the remaining 400 men kept going until they met a helper that helped them to recover all. You are very close to victory, your helpers are just there waiting for you. A little more push will make the difference. 

God will never abandon you, as long as you remain with Him. Don't allow fear or anything stop you . 

His word says: 

“So be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid and do not panic before them. For the LORD your God will personally go ahead of you. He will neither fail you nor abandon you.””Deut 31:6

I decree this morning that you will not be stuck, the power that keeps people at Brook Besor, will not over power or hinder you. In Jesus' name. 

200 men of David became weary and could not go forward but remained at Brook Besor; the enemy filled them with weariness, sap their strength, zeal, faith, hope and courage.  

In Jesus' name, all the weapons we have lost to the enemies, we recover them right now in Jesus' name. Power to move forward receive in Jesus name. Amen.

Author -  Wunmi Adeleye