What Did You Give To This Generation
Don’t Come Down
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The King hath said, come down (II kings 1:7-9)
The Scripture text before us was an encounter between prophet Elijah the man of God, the messengers of king Ahaziah the son of Ahab whom he sent to Ekron to inquire of Baal-Zebub the god of Ekron whether he shall recover of his disease and a captain of fifty soldiers with his fifty whom the king sent to arrest Elijah. The Israelite’s by this time were yet to recover from the ruins, destruction and devastation brought about by the evil reign of king Ahab and his enfant terrible wife Jezebel who introduced the worship of Baal in Israel of God and influenced her husband king Ahab to do all manner of evil. Israelite under Ahab and Jezebel chose Baal For God, except Elijah brought a revival and reawakening to His people who in repentance shifted their allegiance Baal back to God saying:
The Lord, He is the God
the Lord, He is the God
(II kings. 18:39)
But soon after the death of King Ahab, his so king Ahaziah, who reigned in his stead had an accident by falling down through a lattice in his upper chamber that was in Samaria. Rather than go to God for healing for the wound and injures sustained from the accident thereby correcting the mistake made by his late father Ahab, Ahaziah like Beltshazzar the son of Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon went further to do more evil than his father through he knew what happened ton his father for disobeying God. Ahab worshiped Baal who God used Elijah the prophet to destroy, but Ahaziah his son then went to Baal-Zebub, A higher idol to be introduced to Israel again. God who wouldn’t take chance had His servant Elijah at hand to stop the evil move by Ahaziah to save His people Israel from another circle of destruction, suffering and pain witnessed during the reign of Ahab. Ahaziah who was bent on following the evil steps and ways of his parents then decided to arrest and possibly kill Elijah to avoid what his father suffered in the hands of the prophet. What concerns us in this little pamphlet is not how the battle ended between God and King Ahaziah, the son of Ahab, but the command the king gave to Elijah through a captain of his fifty.
Thous man of God, the King hath said, Come down.
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Temptation is common to men, but overcoming temptation is uncommon to men. only few trust God to give them the way of escae and agree with him to help them temptation. Several people in the Christian faith do not believe that they can overcome temptation. They easily succumb to temptation and embrace the doctrine of fatalism when it comes to temptation. many confess that they are like fishes in the water therefore cannot deny water when it comes to sin and temptation.
But Jesus invitation to Simon Peter proves otherwise. “Fellow me and I will make you fisher of men” (mtt. 4:19). you can be fished out of the waters of sin and temptation. it is what this book teaches.
Eagle And Vulture Christian
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The chips are down. And two types of believers and Christians are now very obvious. It is no longer hidden. By Their fruits, they are known and seen. They are among us, but not with us, neither for us nor for the lord, bit for themselves. While rivers of living water, is flowing from true and genuine bellies, they are pot bellied as a result of making their their god. They mind earthly things, come for earthly things, struggle and fight for making money and gain. They are proud of what they should be ashamed of.
But it pleased the lord that both of them should grow together and co-exist, the wheat and the tares, the sheep and the goat, the active and the passive , the EAGLE AND THE VULTURE CHRISTIANS (An allegory), till the day of harvest and divine separation when every one will go to his or her own place t spend eternity there. In these last days, when the Christians faith demands the highest consecration commitment and sacrifice, the vultures have dominated the scene, superimposing themselves in all nook and crannies of the faith, The faith therefore is in dire need and want of the eagles.
So, For the purpose of identification, understanding , encouragement, doctrine, teaching and instruction in righteousness, this small book is written. Not to despise, embarrass nor judge anybody, but to at least know who is who when lives are exhibited and characters showcased. This will help one to be ware watchful and careful that in nothing, should you and me, be offended.