​The four lepers: Amplification 

​The four lepers: Amplification 

2 Kings 7:5 “And they rose up in the twilight, to go unto the camp of the Syrians: and when they were come to the uttermost part of the camp of Syria, behold, [there was] no man there.”

2 Kings 7:6 “For the Lord had made the host of the Syrians to hear a noise of chariots, and a noise of horses, [even] the noise of a great host…”

2 Kings 7:7 “Wherefore they arose and fled…”

Motion always put the enemy to flight. Until you rise up to confront your fears, it will keep staring you in the face. An unchallenged enemy gains momentum and becomes intimidating. 

These four lepers were caught in between the Syrian army and the locked gate of Israel, but fear kept them there for so long  small step was amplified by God. He caused the Syrians to hear the noise of chariots, horses and a great host, that’s what I call divine magnification or amplification.

An amplifier is a device used to make something (especially sound) larger or more intense. Science uses it nowadays to magnify human voice but God sure has the patent right. If you give Him your seed, He’ll give you an harvest.

Beloved, many a times when we want to carry out an assignment, project or a major task, we weigh it with the size of our pocket and we end up abandoning it because it’s far bigger than our resources and budget.

One thing we must however know is that our efforts can be amplified by God if only we make them.

When you study the amplification principle, you will discover that an amplifier is redundant until you give it a sound to work with. It operates on the premise of input, amplification and then output.

Same goes for spiritual things, our little steps are the inputs heaven works with. So friend, keep giving heaven raw materials. 

The amplifiers of heaven are waiting for your inputs, Selah!

Love you BiG

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