ENEMIES AT HARVEST-2
2 Samuel 23: 11 “And after him was Shammah the son of Agee the Hararite. And the Philistines were gathered together into a troop, where was a piece of ground full of lentiles: and the people fled from the Philistines.”
Isaiah 65:23 “They shall not labour in vain, nor bring forth for trouble…”
God understood the strategy of the enemy and He decided to make a solemn pledge with Israel in the passage above. He promised them that He will not allow the enemy take over their labour.
I want you to know that if God made that promise to them several years ago, He is making same to us today. He has not changed His mind and never will!
In case you’re going through an attack of this nature at this point in time, then this piece is for you. This attack comes in different forms to different people, for example: You worked hard and transformed a business or made a dying business profitable only for them to dismiss you. Not being commended for hard work but rather despised or queried.
A top executive built a business from scratch only to be unceremoniously sent away in favour of young blood or fresh ideas. A man laboured hard on a farm only for him to get there at harvest to discover a thief had harvested before him.
A man laboured hard for an organization only for him to handover to a successor who dismantled all the structures he built and liquidate the business. This are demonic strategies to maim, ground and probably kill a man at his harvest season.
I recall how the legendary Steve Jobs was fired from Apple, a company he founded and built from scratch inside his family’s garage in 1976. The company went public in 1981 and was doing well. A power struggle however ensued with the board of directors and he was fired from Apple in 1985. Such is the reality of what we’re dealing with in this piece.
Steve Jobs ultimately resumed back his title of CEO and proceeded to bring the company back from the brink of bankruptcy to profitability after years.
To be continued…
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