Break the huddle

« Break the huddle »

Imagine someone going to the Super Bowl game. Tickets sell for thousands of dollars each ($ 3,500 to $ 13,500). Someone who is going to get them will sacrifice a lot to get those tickets.

Someone who pays such a big price will be eager to watch the game!

Imagine the atmosphere that prevails in such a sporting finale. The stands are full to bursting, the fans are delirious, there is noise as never, there is music, a fanfare, pyrotechnics, fighter jets that overhang the top of the stadium ... but this will not be complete as long as the game does not start ....

As long as players do not play in the field, the ticket holder will feel that he has paid for something incomplete.

Then the players make their entry! Everyone shouts! The partisans are unleashed!

Then the players go towards the center of the field, regroup together and motivate each other. And it lasts for 15 minutes, then 30 minutes then 45 minutes then after an hour to be encouraged they clap their hands and then go back to the locker room .......

Whoever pays for his tickets will be inevitably disappointed with the result ...... As long as the players do not separate to play the game, as long as they do not break the "huddle", the ticket holder will be disappointed…

The Bible tells us that God paid the big price by sending his only son to die on the cross. However, when God comes to see a game, all he sees are players who arrive at the church in a disproportionate atmosphere and who only motivate each other for an hour and then clap in their hands and leave at home ...

God sees people coming to church, people praying for each other, people gathering in small groups but it is not enough. God wants to see a match on the pitch!

God wants to see the players being audacious and taking the front by breaking the huddle and going to play the game. If we do not break the huddle, if we do not play our game, if we do not go to our position we will never win.

Luke 10; 19 says, "I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you. "

This verse should create in us a hunger, a thirst for impossible things to become possible. God is not looking for someone to do everything. God is not looking for someone capable of accomplishing everything. God already has victory and He only seeks someone to give it to!

Joshua 1; 3 says, "I will give you every place where you set your foot, as I promised Moses." The city where we work belongs to us. The house where we go to answer a call belongs to us as long as we are inside. Wherever our feet arise, it is a spiritual territory that belongs to us. So I encourage you to have a bold faith and live your faith boldly!