The parach was discussed on July 13,2019 amongst Pastor Donota, Layton and William Kaolonga. The scripture for the day is from Song of Solomon is 2:15. It says: Catch the foxes for us, the little foxes that spoil the vineyards, for our vineyards are in blossom.”
There are little foxes in each one of the lives that distract us to attain or reach our destiny. These small foxes are the ones who eat away the grapes that are tendered in our lives.
These little foxes could be anger, disappointment, loneliness, unforgiveness nature and resentment. These have to be killed in order for us to move forward and attain the fruitful blessings in our life. In order to receive blessings, one must start recognizing those little demons that haunt us. We should cast them out of our lives in order to enjoy the fruit of our labour in our lives.
Conclusion: The action point for the viewers and all believers is asking God what the little foxes could be in our lives, asking him how they could be removed and casting them out of our lives with the help of God
These little foxes haunt us, pull us down, our faith and distance us far from God. If we must enjoy the fruit of our hands and labour, we must inculcate the habit of pulling off the little foxes that are intoxicating and poisoning the little beautiful life God has given us.