Again!!! I thought this story was incredibly interesting in light of what I have prophesied concerning Brexit — The fox in the hen house…!
The Eagles will rise as the Lion of Judah roars. While this story took place in France, I believe it is speaking powerfully and prophetically of how the spirit of Herod/ Fox is operating over the nations in this season of birthing,…!
Furthermore the word I shared about the “rising star being a sign of the birthing of a new era”… Is also powerfully reflective of the birth of jesus and how the Star of Bethlehem was a sign of his birth to the wise men, but it was a time of great danger for the new baby as Herod sought to kill and destroy him…!
As we look at the unfolding chaos in government our faith in god will be surely tried and tested, and our hope of freedom will be under relentless attack from the enemy.
Let us guard our hearts and minds against becoming weary, let us resist unbelief and fear, let us arise and decree thing and surely it will be established for us.
God stands over his word to perform it…!
Today I was reminded of the army of Gideon as I cried out for the destiny of our nation, in spite of being outnumbered they took the land and overcame their enemies…! God does not need a majority he only needs the agreement of one!
Its time to be brave and to be of good courage, The LORD has promised to deliver this nation from those that seek to destroy her.
Thank you Heather Peterson for sharing this story with me….!
Link to BBC Story: “Chickens ‘gang up’ to kill intruder fox on French farm.”
Extract from BBC Story:
Chickens ‘gang up’ to kill intruder fox on French farm
“Chickens in a school farm in north-western France are believed to have grouped and killed a juvenile fox.
The unusual incident in Brittany took place after the fox entered the coop with 3,000 hens through an automatic hatch door which closed immediately.
“There was a herd instinct and they attacked him with their beaks,” said Pascal Daniel, head of farming at the agricultural school Gros-Chêne.
The body of the small fox was found the following day in a corner of the coop.
“It had blows to its neck, blows from beaks,” Mr Daniel told AFP news agency.
The farm is home to up to 6,000 free-range chickens who are kept in a five-acre site.
The coop is kept open during day and most of the hens spend the daytime outside, AFP adds.
When the automatic door closed, the fox – thought to be around five or six months old – became trapped inside.
“A whole mass of hens can arrive together and the fox may have panicked in the face of such a big number” , Mr Daniel told the regional newspaper Ouest France (in French).
“They can be quite tenacious when they are in a pack”.” © bbc.co.uk
Blessings to you all.
~ by Veronika West