This is the same ploy the enemy uses today. He appeals to what we want to hear in the moment. Like Judah wanted peace and provision, we, too, have needs and desires through which the enemy baits us to do his bidding. He promises fulfillment, happiness, love, and supply for our deepest yearnings and greatest fears. Yet, what he offers isn’t ours to hold. If we reach for it, we grasp air. His promises are empty and aren’t ours to attain. It’s HIS satisfaction, HIS delight, HIS purpose that is achieved. We, on the other hand, are but his prisoners, taken where we can be subjected to his gloating, enslaved to His will.
So what is his will?
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