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Once You Decide To Live Holy; These Are The Things You Should Not Bother About

"For I, says the Lord, will surround her with a wall of fire, and I will be the glory in her midst." Zechariah 2:5

Read: Job 1: 8–10

Everyone in the world wishes to be safe. People are seeking security from every available source, and witchcraft is flourishing as a result. Unfortunately, seeking security from the forces of darkness means seeking security from the same person who wishes to harm you. The Lord Almighty provides safety to those who live a virtuous life. This is because God has erected a barrier between them and the rest of the world.

God had placed a hedge around Job and his household, according to Job 1: 9-10. Job was surrounded by a hedge because he served God. Job ended up in his dilemma because God intended to prove a point to Satan. There is an unseen wall that surrounds every holy child of God. Because this wall is composed of fire, Satan cannot pass through it. "For I, saith the Lord, will be unto her a wall of fire round about, and will be the brightness in the midst of her," Zechariah 2: 5 reads.

Satan is well aware that he will perish in the Lake of Fire. As a result, he is not eager to experience this fire just yet, so he keeps his distance from anyone who is surrounded by it.

To those who are holy, God has offered numerous promises. Classic examples of these promises can be found in Psalm 91. You can't stay in the Most High's secret realm unless you're holy. God's promises cannot be yours until you are holy. When the fire of the Almighty God surrounds you, the fire of this world will make room for you to pass. In Daniel 3:24-28, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are placed in the blazing furnace as an example. Their experience backs up what the Bible teaches about the holy in Isaiah 43:2:

"I will be with thee when thou passest through the floods; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee; and when thou walkst into the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee."

However, there is one thing that can lift the security blanket from your shoulders. This is a crime. Every time you sin, you put a barrier between yourself and God. It is thus perilous to sin, even if only once, because you may not be able to recover from the severe effects of the accompanying satanic attack during your backsliding. In Jesus' name, I hope that your fire does not go out.

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