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The Nature of the Little Foxes that spoils

Catch the foxes for us, the little foxes that spoil the vineyards, for our vineyards are in blossom. Songs of Solomon 2:15

From the beginning, the nature of the fox was to create trouble. The challenge started from the Garden of Eden very early; the deceptive, crafty intent of the enemy began to naught the vine. The episode plunged humanity under the law of sin and death, changing the course of everything.

Naturally, the fox has mastermind energy, allowing them to succeed at anything they put their mind to with their intelligence, creativity, and flexibility. They are cunning creatures, making them expert manipulators, and can sometimes represent lies and deceit.

In our lives as believers, we can identify the foxes. Those elements desire to destroy us mentally, physically, and emotionally. The little foxes are many, and they do one thing, and that is to spoil. When something or someone gets spoiled, it will lose value, worth, taste, class, etc. The little fox intended to damage the marriages, relationships with children, our health, finances, and core values of our homes.

Only what is good can be spoiled. So now we see why the little foxes intend to break the vineyard: there is a great day of harvest, potential, victory, blessings, healing, etc. Why the foxes of our lives are determined to spoil us because of the purpose, God placed in all of us as believers.

Solomon didn’t say to run the foxes away but to catch them today. We who have experienced the attack of the little fox shall kill the fox.

John 10: 10; tells us that the thief comes only to steal, kill, and destroy. In the life of every Christian, there are things the devil targets and determines to rob you of.

Prayer point:

Lord, let my spiritual eyes and ears be wide open to detect the traps of the little fox.

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