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So Abraham rose early in the morning and saddled his donkey, and took two of his young men with him, and Isaac his son; and he split the wood for the burnt offering, and arose and went to the place of which God had told him. Genesis 22:3

Abraham would have to fulfill his mission. So why not start it early in the morning, when the dawn started to appear? May we depart before the rays of the new day come upon our ground, that they may find us in the way ordained of God. May sleep never make us waste a minute of our good time serving the Lord by doing our part.

God’s friend put the saddle on the donkey, getting ready to go to the appointed place. He was unaware of why he had to sacrifice his own son, but because he trusted the character of the Lord, he did not argue. Let me say: There never was and there won’t be a case like this. So if any voice tells you to slay someone, scold them, because it’s the devil trying to trick you. The perfect sacrifice has already been made: Jesus (Heb. 10:12).

He chose two of his servants who would serve as witnesses of what would happen on Mount Moriah. The Word says that with two or three witnesses the whole business will be established (Deuteronomy 19:15; Matt. 18:16). We should never leave to do the work without having at least two vivid promises, since in combat we need the tools that will give us the authority to act.

It was easier for Abraham to bring an ax to cut the wood – pieces of wood – that were everywhere. The promises made available to us need to be prepared beforehand so that we can use them at the right times. But here they represented only a shadow of what must accompany us today. The words of man are irrelevant; so consider only divine guidance.

After organizing everything, the patriarch began to walk. Like him, tune with the Lord by His Word and go to the appointed place. God’s servant would only know which mountain he had chosen when he got there. From this we learn that no matter where God sends a person to; if he has promised to accompany her, she will recognize the place of his blessing.

Abraham, the young men, and Isaac walked for three days. Where did they spend the two nights before they came to Moriah and what did they talk about? Did they pray, praise God? Probably so, but that was not revealed to us in the Bible. However, they followed the divine direction. How was Abraham’s heart knowing what the outcome would be? What would you say to Sara about what happened?

We have lost many blessings as we live far from God’s presence. We walked as if He did not take care of us. We don’t even know what to do, then we blame Him for everything that happens. Now if we lived before Him, the results would be different.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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God! How many lessons we learn from the command given to Abraham! He went to sacrifice his only son, born in old age, and was innocent of what would happen in that place, where the temple of Solomon would later be built!

You have loved us so wonderfully! Your foreknowledge saw that Abraham would be faithful to you until the last moment. Have you seen something similar in our lives to give us the holy ministry of reconciling millions with You?

We have two witnesses who help us believe in Your goodness: Your Word and Your good Spirit. We need to bear good witness, walking right to honor You!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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