Your daily devotional by Dag Heward-Mills (29th May, 2016)

Posted: May 29, 2016 in Bible, Career, Christianity, Devotional, Quiet Time, Religion
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Dag Heward-Mills
READ: Numbers 12:1-16

…wherefore then were ye not afraid to speak against my servant Moses?

Numbers 12:8

I once had a vision in which I found myself walking down a long lonely with two other pastors. At a point, I made a comment about a great man of God, criticizing this man for something he had done.

Immediately, I noticed a creature like a hog begin to walk in my direction. It was miles away and behind us but I noticed that it had begun to make its way towards me as soon as I made the remark. Somehow, the complaint was the signal for it to start moving towards me. Initially, I thought the movement of that animal had nothing to do with me, but I felt uneasy and kept turning to see where it was. To my dismay, it kept coming towards me. I realized that I was in danger and I turned round with my friends to face the creature as it walked rapidly and determinedly toward us. Finally, the creature caught up with us. To my surprise, the hog ignored my friends and leapt towards me, heading straight for my chest. I screamed as it entered my chest and then I woke up.

The Lord said to me, “Any time you criticize my servants, you attract evil spirits to your life.”

These evil spirits bring sickness, disease and other plagues into your life. I realized that it was a very dangerous thing to speak against any of God’s servants. I was truly terrified by that vision. Any spiritual person will be hesitant to speak against God’s anointed. Miriam felt she had a good reason to speak against Moses and she was struck with leprosy.

Credit: Dag Heward-Mills


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