THE DISGUISED VISITOR
Text: Hebrews 13:1-2
“Let brotherly love continue. Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.”
Being sensitive is paramount in our walk with God. Sometime, I imagine how Abraham managed to know he needed to entertain the three visitors he saw while sitting at his tent’s door. But the answer is not farfetched – he was sensitive and able to tap into their blessing for his family’s good.
There was a time God spoke to my family that a man of the spirit would visit our home and when he comes, He told us what to entertain him with and while going, what we must give him. It took the Holy Spirit to help us identify him when he actually came because it was someone we never expected to be.
God can show up using any form to visit, pass a message across or deliver a blessing to you but how sensitive are you to identify Him when He does? His appearance may not be what you want to identify with, yet that’s who has the answer to your prayers. This is why you must be careful in your dealings with people.
REFLECTION FOR TODAY:
God often gives an unannounced visit but it takes being sensitive to know when He shows up.
Father, please help me to know when my angel of goodness comes and how to tap into his blessing for me in Jesus’ name.