As the Syrian army encompassed the town of Dothan to capture the prophet Elisha, his servant became afraid. Elisha was not because he saw a host of angels surrounding the army, more than any man could count. Elisha prayed to ask the Lord to open his servant’s eyes. They opened and he saw what Elisha saw. Later, Elisha prayed for his enemy and showed them kindness.
Seeing in the natural and seeing in the spiritual are two different things. Like Elisha and the servant, God is revealing things to us for such a time as this. Bishop Hargrove shows us areas where God is doing a work in our lives and is calling us to relax and embrace His handiwork.
By Bishop D. G. Hargrove
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