Mark 2:3 “And they come unto him, bringing one sick of the palsy, which was borne of four.”

Our focal scripture didn’t just introduce to us the man that was taken with the palsy, it also silently introduces his friends. The paralysed man didn’t come to Jesus by himself, he was brought.

The names of these folks were not mentioned neither were they singled out for praises but that was not their concern, their only focus was to get the sick man to Jesus.

I call these men destiny helpers. These folks don’t focus on obstacles neither do they worry about their own wellbeing all they want is for you to get what you want in life and destiny. May you meet them!

God strategically position them on our path and our ability to recognise and cooperate with them goes a long way in the fulfilment of our dreams.

Beloved, I want you to do a serious audit of the closest people to you or in your life, how far do you think they can go for you? Can they bring down a roof in order for you to get well and get going in life?

Don’t gather friends like Job did. Job must have thought he had great friends and confidants. They dine and wine together, share business ideas and even go to church together.

But when the trials of life came, their true colours showed up. They castigated him and even attempted to turn him against God. They didn’t “carry” Job, they rather threw him down and worsened his predicament.

Don’t also gather “friends” like the prodigal son. When riches came, he gathered some friends who helped him to squander it and disappeared into thin air afterwards.

There are different types of people in the life of a man and you must know who and what they represent. Jesus himself gathered a crowd but after a test, the main reason why they gather around him came to the fore.

In John 6, the five thousand gathered around him and he fed them from a small boy’s lunch but what happened the next day was appalling.

To be continued…

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