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TOPIC: The Little Foxes

TEXT: Songs of Solomon 2:8-17(NKJV)


In our reading today, the lovers we read about yesterday go on to express their love which was already blooming. They could not do without seeing each other’s faces and hearing each other’s voices. However, they were quick to point out that the foxes could destroy what they cherished most.

Our souls ought to be consumed with love for our master, to the extent that we cannot do without seeing His face – His blazing countenance at the place of prayer; and hearing Him speak to us as a friend to friends. However, we must https://ezoic.com/?tap_a=6182-5778c2&tap_s=2676561-d09765 beware of the little foxes that come at the bloom of our vineyard.

The foxes do not only feed on the grapes, they gnaw on the trunk, dig holes around it and expose the roots – they destroy the entire vine. The little foxes of pride, envy, prayerlessness and contempt dig holes around the trunk of our relationship with Jesus and destroy the once-blooming encounter, if not checked.

PRAYER: Dear Lord, as I grow in my intimacy with you, help me to be mindful of the little foxes and destroy them before they destroy the love we share.

Daily Fountain Quote of the Day
God says: You can trust in Me, for I am your strength and your song. Isaiah 12:2

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 19 April 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.


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Joy Chinonyerem

Joy Chinonyerem is an ardent follower of Christ who believes in Living the Christian Life according to the tenets set by Christ himself. She is passionate about Walking by Faith, as commanded by the scriptures and uses her blog, Walking By Faith Blog, to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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