RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE FOUR MOVES ON THE EARTH, and you need to take heed to them as we go into the future.
- The move of God
- The move of hell
- The move of men
- Your move
Out of these four moves, the most important is your move. The move of God will be of no effect if your move is not aligned with it. Success and greatness come when the move you are taking in life aligns with the move of God.
Human moves can either be under the influence of the move of God or hell. When the emperor made a statement that everyone should go back to their home town and be numbered, and Joseph and Mary were 127 miles away, it was a move of God. When Potiphar’s wife was seducing Joseph, it was a move of hell. Thank God he didn’t respond to that move.
Ruth 1:1-5 revealed to us the move of Elimelech. That was a major move of hell, looking at the outcome of that move. He lost his life and his two sons to that move. He moved from Bethlehemjudah to the land of Moab because of famine, which was a temporary situation. That was simply moving from a blessing to a curse.
I have taught you that you must ensure in life that YOU DON’T MAKE A PERMANENT DECISION BASED ON A TEMPORARY SITUATION.
As far as the famine in Bethlehemjudah was concerned, it was going to be a temporary situation because Bethlehem is interpreted as a “house of bread”. Not so long after this move of hell, God visited their land again. Look at Ruth 1 verse 6 “Then she arose with her daughters in law, that she might return from the country of Moab: for she had heard in the land of Moab how that the LORD had visited his people in giving them bread.” KJV, I pray for you this today, 2021, you will not be involved in the move of hell.
The move of hell opens up a man’s life to destruction, reduction and losses. It makes his outcome to be far lesser than his input. It brings him under satanic assault.
Compare the move of Elimelech to the move of Isaac in Gen.26: 1-12.
The move of Isaac was the move of God. These two men experienced the same situation but handled it differently. As a matter of fact, both of them were descendants of Abraham. They had the same ancestry but different experiences and outcomes.
Look at Gen. 26 verse 2 “And the LORD appeared unto him, and said, Go not down into Egypt; dwell in the land which I shall tell thee of.” KJV, That was the move of God for Isaac.
The outcome of that move was revealed in verse 12 “Then Isaac sowed in that land and received in the same year an hundredfold: and the LORD blessed him.” KJV, My prayer for you this year is that your move will constantly be in alignment with the move of God.
Till next time, go and win with Jesus.
Rev. Olusola Areogun.