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He will guard the feet of His saints, But the wicked shall be silent in darkness. 1 Samuel 2:9

The feet of God’s servants have much to do in the work. Symbolically, those of the Church are beautiful in sandals, as written in Song of Solomon 7:1, as well as of those who proclaim the Good News (Romans 10:15). Satan will soon be crushed under the feet of those who serve the Lord (Romans 16:20). At Simon’s house, a sinner kissed Jesus’ feet and wiped them with her hair (Luke 7.38).

From the day we accept the Lord and begin to serve Him with our strength, our feet are kept by Him. We don’t need to worry about the decisions we will have to make when carrying out the work, because wherever God sends us, He will instruct us to do the right things, protecting us and keeping us steadfast in what we know to be His will. In these cases, the feet mark the conquered land. You need to place them where the Lord shows you!

To Joshua, chosen as Moses’’ successor, God said: Every place that the sole of your foot will tread upon I have given you, as I said to Moses  (Josh 1.3). For us, today, this means taking on what the Lord is giving us through the Word and then praising Him for the blessings bestowed. We must travel the Promised Land from north to south, from east to west, taking hold of everything that is rightfully ours.

While God promises to keep our feet, ratifying the ground we have taken by faith, the wicked has no such promise. Perhaps he has some knowledge of  divine will, but he does not follow it. If he can, he will do anything to harm the preaching of the Gospel and the work of the Father. There are examples like Sanballat, Tobiah and others who tried to prevent the restoration of the Jerusalem wall (Neemiah 4―6). However, Nehemiah resisted!

These wretched wicked ones, instead of converting, don´t  know how badly they are afflicting the Church of Christ. They will be sentenced to be speechless in darkness. Some already see God’s hand weighing upon their lives, but, out of pride, they rather create problems for the Lord’s servants. But when they least expect, God will remove them, because He Himself says: He who works deceit shall not dwell within my house (Psalm 101:7). Mercy!

The person without roots in Christ does not see that when he rises up against God, he cannot resist Him, who is Almighty, nor the church that has the promise of Jesus: whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven”  (Matthew 16:19). Not a single man can prevail by his own strength. God is love!

We win in prayer, acting according to the Word, without using human arguments, except submission to the Father. Hannah understood that God would use the feet of His servants in a special way, keeping them from stumbling, being crushed or swerved by the enemy. Always trust in the Lord!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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God, Judge of all the Earth! We come to You to ask for mercy, forgiveness for the errors we have made and the necessary purification. Thus, we will live before You in love, pleasing and serving You. We accept the peace offered in Jesus´ blood.

We do not want stand in the foolish and harmful behavior of opposing You. We must be Your beloved servants and children. We must change our understanding, for we have seen what we shouldn't and done what doesn´t please You. Help us, Father!

Thunder over the darkness that has harmed us and doesn´t let us live in Your presence. Judge to the ends of the earth and where there is any evil, destroy it completely. We accept Your will for our life. Amen!


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