Fortitude: Arise and Eat, the Journey is Too Great for Thee
There are assignments in The Kingdom that can only be entrusted to those who have “Fortitude”.
For Such kinds and level of assignments; money cannot be a deterrent; as there are Angels ready to work to deliver needed resources.
However; these kinds of assignments need more than financial provision; it takes Fortitude to blaze through such kinds of assignments.
Elijah having had enough of the warfares and troubles; he asked The LORD to call him home; in response to Elijah’s request; The LORD Sent an Angel to bring Elijah food. Elijah was awakened by the Angel who said to him; “Arise and eat, because the journey is too great for thee”.
Regarding Apostle Paul; The LORD told Ananias; “I will show him how great things he must suffer for my name sake”.
These kinds of assignments entrusted to people who must advance The Kingdom in the midst of great darkness can only be given to those who have Fortitude.
Resources will never be a problem; platforms will never be an issue; before they even ask for resources, it is given by The LORD.
Yet, with the certainty of provision; they must embark on a journey too great; they must come face to face with fiery darts and demonic wickedness of the highest kind to gain significant victories in and for The Kingdom.
These are those entrusted with the deepest secrets of The LORD because they are called to bear significantly weighty burdens in the Heart of The LORD.
The big question is; when all the financial needs are met; and provision is guaranteed and supplied by The LORD; will you have The Fortitude to be entrusted with The Kingdom’s fiercest battlegrounds?
~ by Abel Praise
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What a good question! We need to pray for fortitude