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Summary: It involves how God will deliver you from the snare of the fowler.

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Have you ever discovered walls in your life? Or, have you face an obstacle that you thought would never leave you? I also would like to know, is there anything in life that has ever stopped you from reaching to the place in life that you wanted to get too.

In this walk of life, we need to understand that the walls must come down. In defining walls, it leads me to understand that walls are signs of protection and they are signs of sheltering. It leads me to draw a picture of a house. In building a house, you must understand that the wall is a sign of privacy and it is a sign of protection. I have never seen a house without walls. For if we understand this walk of life, we will understand that in order to reach the places that God has called us to, we must not allow our walls to burden us down and lead us to places that the enemy wants us to be.

I want each of you to understand that walls can be a sign of the enemy keeping us from our wealth, our healthy living, and everything that God has promised us. I know that in this walk of life burden sometimes becomes hard to bear, but in the midst of the trouble and in the midst of the rain, I have come to understand that God will never leave me nor forsake me.-{Hebrews 13:5} Since I am confident that God will never leave me nor forsake me, I have the full assurance of the blessings of God. I am a glad that my daddy is rich and I don’t have to long for anything because he got all power in his hands.

If people will understand that no matter what come or not matter what come, God is right there besides you. If we go to our text today, we found that we are dealing with Rahab. Rahab was a harlot as well as a prostitute. Rahab hid spies in her house and she prostituted not because she wanted too, but she prostituted because she had to make a living. I want you to understant that in this walk of life, there are times when the enemy will have you so bound that you don’t know what to do.

I am so glad that the spirit of God has given me the understanding that I can walk in the middle of the storm and I can live and not die to declare the works of the lord. I am so glad that the devil can steal my toy but he can’t have my joy. I am so glad that the Lord has set me in high places and I don’t have to worry about my enemies. My enemies may be great, but I am so glad that in the midst of it all, I am more than a conquerous.-{Romans 8:37}

We found today that we are dealing with Jericho. Jericho was surrounded my a wall and the walls needed to come down. In Joshua 6, we found that in verse: 2, ] And the LORD said unto Joshua, See, I have given into thine hand Jericho, and the king thereof, and the mighty men of valour.

[3] And ye shall compass the city, all ye men of war, and go round about the city once. Thus shalt thou do six days.

[4] And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams’ horns: and the seventh day ye shall compass the city seven times, and the priests shall blow with the trumpets.

I want to stop here and have you to know, God already plans the ending from the beginning. I don’t know why people would gather the thought in there minds that God is an uncomplete God. It takes me to when God sent Abraham up to Mount Sinai in Genesis 19 to sacrifice his only son Isaac. Many had said different, I don’t believe God would have waited for Abraham to get up to the mountain and put the ram in the bush. I believe God had already put the ram in the bush from the beginning. If God had not put the ram in the bush, I feel the task of God would have been incomplete.


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