GOD IS NEVER LATE
King James Version (KJV)
25 And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed, and sang praises unto God: and the prisoners heard them. 26 And suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken: and immediately all the doors were opened, and every one’s bands were loosed
What will be the end of the young girls abducted in Chibok, Nigeria? The answer is, no evil will befall them because there is God as echoed by the first lady of that nation. She actually made a prophetic statement in the midst of what the public saw as a poor presentation of her intentions. Let us then take the whole issue from this premise; The God we serve is not dead nor in a stupor, He is powerful and able to deliver His own creation, He is watching over these young girls until that moment when His mighty hands will strike down all perpetrators of evil.
What should we do in the interim? Our assignment is not to be reactive but proactive, the enemy wants to distract us and drain our energy but we will resist his devices. Henceforth, we need to gather as families of God, churches and fellowships giving thanks daily on behalf of the captives. We will make bold confessions that we believe and know there is God! Our hope shall be built on nothing else but Christ the solid Rock; let us eschew fear and believe in the mighty God that answered Elijah with fire on mount Camel.
Christians of the world arise and offer praise to our God in Zion as Paul and Silas did when they were imprisoned, let the enemies of God hear our praise and be confused. Remember that the walls of Jericho came down at the sounds of trumpets cymbals and great shout out to Jehovah! Let us arise as the elects of God, in unity and faith, knowing that the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but yet mighty to pull down strongholds. We are not weak but strong through Yeshua our strength and salvation. No act of terrorism can take away our confidence in the mighty God of Zion, for we know that He has the whole world in His hands!