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In “The Little Foxes” series, we discover what the ‘little foxes’ that tend to stand in the way of our relationship with God are and how to overcome them. This series will speak to your insides and challenge you to become the best you can be. Some of the ‘little foxes’ that could be wandering around in your life are: sinful speech, spiritual apathy, double-mindedness, sloth, envy, or even fear. These are things to worry about, but not to be overwhelmed by, because we are shown through scripture that there is a way to defeat the enemy in any way he chooses to attack us.
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Every person has a vineyard. We may not perceive that we are keepers of vineyards but there are responsibilities that we all have for our vineyards. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
Idle words are those words that come from pride and deceit. The proud words are those that are perceived as boastings of a vain fellow. The deceitful words are those cunning words that work toward deceiving someone so that an ill-gotten gain may be enjoyed. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
Spiritual apathy often starts in a subtle manner. We are converted and it seems like we cannot get enough of the Word, positive spiritual fellowship, and corporate worship at church. Our life seems to revolve around God and His house. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
Another of the little foxes that can come in and destroy our effectiveness for the Kingdom of God is double-mindedness. Double-mindedness speaks of instability, doubting, hesitating, wishy-washy, wavering, or uncertain. A double-minded man is being pulled by two worlds and two different masters. In fact, he is a man who looks forward to plow the harvest of the future, but he also looks back in consideration of the past. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
Most people would hardly be willing to even consider the idea of slothfulness or laziness to be a characteristic of their life. In fact, if the accusation were leveled at them of slothfulness it might invoke a heated argument and maybe even come to blows. There is something repulsive to all of us about the idea of laziness. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
We now come to another little fox that might be scoffed at along with some of the others. The little fox of envy can be very destructive for our souls if it is allowed to run free in our lives. Whether we are honest enough to admit it or we are careful enough to cover it, envy will at some point work to wreck your soul. [ read more...]Song of Solomon 2:15-15
The little fox of fear will continue to run rampant through our lives unless we are willing to take control and authority over fear. [ read more...]
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